Ercolano


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Ercolano

(ĕr'kōlä`nō), formerly

Resina

(rāzē`nə), city (1991 pop. 61,233), Campania, S Italy, on the Bay of Naples. Situated on the site of ancient HerculaneumHerculaneum
, ancient city of S Italy, on the gulf of Naples at the foot of Mt. Vesuvius. Damaged by an earthquake in A.D. 63, it was completely buried, along with Pompeii, by the volcanic eruption of Mt. Vesuvius in A.D. 79.
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, it has fine villas and gardens and produces leather goods, buttons, and glass.
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Today the Villa dei Papiri, as it is known, is a partially excavated site, the remainder of which lies hidden beneath the modern town of Ercolano. To experience something of how it might have been in the first century BC, you have to go to the Getty Villa near Malibu, a 20th-century reconstruction by a man of comparable wealth and influence to the owner of the original.
(21.) Ercolano M, Drnovsek M, Croome M, Moos M, Fuentes AM, Viale F, Feldt-Rasmussen U, et al.
1997 Nuove testimonianze su Marco Nonio Balbo ad Ercolano. Mitteilungen des Deutschen Archaologischen Instituts, Romische Abteilung (Bullettino dell'Istituto Archeologico Germanico, Sezione Romano) 104:417-428.
(2010): Pesca e Garum a Pompei ed Ercolano. Primi risultati di un progetto di ricerca interdisciplinare sullo sfruttamento delle risorse del mare in area vesubiana, Scienze Naturali e Archeologia.
(12.) McCorkle R, Ercolano E, Lazenby M, Schulman-Green D, Schilling LS, Lorig K.
Most of it is still under the modern city of Ercolano. It's eerie looking at part of a temple cut off by the wall of a modern family home.
Most of it is still under the modern city of Ercolano. It's very eerie looking at part of a temple cut off by the overhead wall of a modern family home.
Ercolano, "Genome-editing technologies for enhancing plant disease resistance," Frontiers in Plant Science, vol.