Read the passage. In 79 CE, Mount Vesuvius erupted, burying the city of Pompeii in mud and ash. After investigating, historians found that the volcano was part of a series of events that people had ignored. In 62 CE, Pompeii experienced a large earthquake. After this earthquake, many smaller earthquakes occurred. Based on this, the people of Pompeii should have known that another serious natural event was likely to happen. Even as the volcano started to erupt, people stayed to clean up the falling ash. The eruption completely destroyed the city and killed many people. What caused historians to think that the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 CE was not the only reason why the residents of Pompeii died? Sources from that period explain that residents fell ill and died from the volcanic mud. Newly discovered accounts explained that most residents died instantly from fires after the eruption. Sources from that period show that residents did not take the threat of eruption seriously and stayed in the city. Recent scientific advances proved that polluted water from the volcano most likely killed any residents who drank it.
the correct answer is d because i don't know
A is unprofessional and does not make a wise opening statement B isnt the topic of the story and D is off target but if i get it wrong sorry
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Option: C. Sources from that period show that residents did not take the threat of eruption seriously and stayed in the city.
The cities Pompeii and Herculaneum were part of the Roman Empire until the Volcano eruption of Mt. Vesuvius in 79 AD. The eruption lasted 18 hours which buried Pompeii and Herculaneum with ash, volcano rocks, and gases which killing thousands of people. The volcanic eruption of Vesuvius caught the local population utterly unprepared even though they got warnings of frequent earthquakes. They did not take the alarm seriously and continued in getting on with their busy lives. The ash and gases were not the primary causes of death in the region but, was the heat that killed most people because of extreme thermal shock that led to the pyroclastic surge.
the correct answer to this question is c
There were temples in the city of Pompeii.