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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Most of it is still under the modern city of Ercolano.
Ma se esiste un leitmotiv ricorrente in tutte le rappresentazioni di Napoli, il Vesuvio sicuramente occupa un posto di eccezione, non solo dovuto alia sua morfologia geofisica e alie sue corrispondenti caratteristiche botaniche, di grande bellezza e fertilita, ma soprattutto in ragione della minaccia costante che il vulcano ha esercitato sulle diverse popolazione napoletane, sepolte sotto la sua lava: Ercolano, Stabia e Pompei, o come lo stesso capoluogo campano, sempre a rischio di essere sotterrate, se non distrutte.
The aim of the study by Ercolano and coworkers was to determine bone mineral density (BMD) in pre-and postmenopausal euthyroid women, as well as in those with previous hyperthyroidism caused by Graves' disease [27].
Don Agustin Ercolano contra dona Julieta Lanteri Renshaw, sobre consignacion.
McCorkle R, Ercolano E, Lazenby, M, Schulman D, Schilling LS, Lorig K, et al.
com/4062017/sicilian-mafia-hitman/) currently  serving life in prison for 43 murders and 40 robberies, said his godfather, Aldo Ercolano, told him Cuomo would be a great target for them, after the governor's trip was announced.
The impact of the EOL workshop was assessed primarily using the EPCS (Lazenby, Ercolano, Schulman-Green, & McCorkle, 2012), a 28-item Likert scale (see Figure 1).
Le Pitture delle Antichita di Ercolano nelle Gemme del XVHI e XIX Secolo.
The exhibition 'Pompeii and Europe: 1748-1943', organised by the Soprintendenza Speciale per Pompei, Ercolano e Stabia and currently on view at the Museo Archeologico Nazionale in Naples (with accompanying displays of casts and photographs at the Amphitheatre of Pompeii), is a serious and worthy enterprise that explores the history of the city long after its destruction.
McCorkle R, Ercolano E, Lazenby M, Schulman-Green D, Schilling LS, Lorig K & Wagner EH.
Research has shown, however, that the higher the degree of personal injury and more uncertain the risk, the more individuals believe that the government should act to mitigate that risk (Dixon, Hendrickson, Ercolano, Quackenbush & Dixon, 2009; WHO, 2002).