Columns toppled by a massive earthquake on January 18, 749 CE in the ancient Roman city of Beit She'an (Scythopolis), Israel.  Evidence of this earthquake includes dozens of massive columns that toppled over in the same direction.  The street is paved with basalt (volcanic rock).
Columns toppled by a massive earthquake on January 18, 749 CE in the ancient Roman city of Beit She'an (Scythopolis), Israel. Evidence of this earthquake includes dozens of massive columns that toppled over in the same direction. The street is paved with basalt (volcanic rock).