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==Precursors and foreshocks==
 
==Precursors and foreshocks==
 
The 79 AD eruption was preceded by a powerful [[earthquake]]
 
The 79 AD eruption was preceded by a powerful [[earthquake]]
seventeen years beforehand on [[62 Pompeii earthquake|5 February, AD 62]], which caused widespread destruction around the Bay of Naples, and particularly to Pompeii.<ref>{{Cite book |last=Martini |first=Kirk |title=Patterns of Reconstruction at Pompeii |accessdate=26 May 2010 |year=1998 |month=September |publisher=Pompeii Forum Project, Institute for Advanced Technology in the Humanities (IATH), University of Virginia |chapter=Chapter 2: Identifying Potential Damage Events |chapterurl=http://www2.iath.virginia.edu/struct/pompeii/patterns/sec-02.html |ref=harv |postscript=<!--None-->}}</ref> Some of the damage had still not been repaired when the volcano erupted.<ref name=VisitingPompeii /> The deaths of 600 sheep from "tainted air" in the vicinity of Pompeii reported by [[Seneca the Younger]] leads [[Haraldur Sigurdsson]] to compare them to similar deaths of sheep in Iceland from pools of volcanic [[carbon dioxide]] and to speculate that the earthquake of 62 was related to new activity by Vesuvius.<ref>{{harvnb|Sigurdsson|2002|p=35}} on Seneca the Younger, ''Natural Questions'', 6.1, 6.27.</ref>
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Humanities (IATH), University of Virginia |chapter=Chapter 2: Identifying Potential Damage Events |chapterurl=http://www2.iath.virginia.edu/struct/pompeii/patterns/sec-02.html |ref=harv |postscript=<!--None-->}}</ref> Some of the damage had still not been repaired when the volcano erupted.<ref name=VisitingPompeii /> The deaths of 600 sheep from "tainted air" in the vicinity of Pompeii reported by [[Seneca the Younger]] leads [[Haraldur Sigurdsson]] to compare them to similar deaths of sheep in Iceland from pools of volcanic [[carbon dioxide]] and to speculate that the earthquake of 62 was related to new activity by Vesuvius.<ref>{{harvnb|Sigurdsson|2002|p=35}} on Seneca the Younger, ''Natural Questions'', 6.1, 6.27.</ref>
   
 
Another smaller earthquake took place in 64 AD; it was recorded by [[Lives of the Twelve Caesars|Suetonius]] in his biography of [[Nero]],<ref>{{cite book|url=http://penelope.uchicago.edu/Thayer/E/Roman/Texts/Suetonius/12Caesars/Nero*.html#20 |title=The Life of Nero |last=Suetonius |first=C. Tranquillus |authorlink=Suetonius |series= The Lives of the Caesars |chapter=20 |publisher=Loeb Classical Library, William P. Thayer |year=1914|origyear=121}}</ref> and by [[Tacitus]] in ''[[Annals (Tacitus)|Annales]]'' because it took place while Nero was in Naples performing for the first time in a public [[theatre]].<ref>{{cite book|first=Publius Cornelius | last=Tacitus | authorlink=Tacitus| date=1864-1877 |origyear=117 | title=The Annals | publisher=Modern Library, The Internet Sacred Text Archive | chapter=Book 15.22 | url=http://www.sacred-texts.com/cla/tac/a15020.htm}}</ref> Suetonius recorded that the emperor continued singing through the earthquake until he had finished his song, while Tacitus wrote that the theatre collapsed shortly after being evacuated.
 
Another smaller earthquake took place in 64 AD; it was recorded by [[Lives of the Twelve Caesars|Suetonius]] in his biography of [[Nero]],<ref>{{cite book|url=http://penelope.uchicago.edu/Thayer/E/Roman/Texts/Suetonius/12Caesars/Nero*.html#20 |title=The Life of Nero |last=Suetonius |first=C. Tranquillus |authorlink=Suetonius |series= The Lives of the Caesars |chapter=20 |publisher=Loeb Classical Library, William P. Thayer |year=1914|origyear=121}}</ref> and by [[Tacitus]] in ''[[Annals (Tacitus)|Annales]]'' because it took place while Nero was in Naples performing for the first time in a public [[theatre]].<ref>{{cite book|first=Publius Cornelius | last=Tacitus | authorlink=Tacitus| date=1864-1877 |origyear=117 | title=The Annals | publisher=Modern Library, The Internet Sacred Text Archive | chapter=Book 15.22 | url=http://www.sacred-texts.com/cla/tac/a15020.htm}}</ref> Suetonius recorded that the emperor continued singing through the earthquake until he had finished his song, while Tacitus wrote that the theatre collapsed shortly after being evacuated.
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