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Since the advent of mankind many human societies have lived in volcanically active zones. The geological, archaeological and historical records provide a rich and diverse source of evidence for both archaeology and volcanology concerning the nature of volcanic processes and the effects of volcanism on the environment and on human society. To achieve a balanced understanding of the effects of volcanism on past cultures, it is important to consider the attractions as well as the hazards of life in an actively volcanic zone. This paper gives an overview of some of the ways in which a wide range of...

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