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By John Grattan

Human cultures were interacting with common dangers because the sunrise of time. This ebook explores those interactions intimately and revisits a few well-known catastrophes together with the eruptions of Thera and Vesuvius. those experiences exhibit that various human cultures had well-developed thoughts which facilitated their reaction to severe typical events.

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