Eruption of Vesuvius
Unknown artist

Sir William Hamilton was a British Envoy in Naples, and spent many years reporting

on the activity of Vesuvius. The dramatic eruption of 9 August 1779 was drawn by

Pietro Fabris, and captures the plume of ash rising above the vent.

Hamilton, W., Supplement to the Campi Phlegraei, Naples, 1779.

Vet. F5 b.2, Tavola III


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