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In this photo taken June 23, 2011, an archaeologist working along the flanks of Mount Tambora shows unearthed remnants of villages that were buried beneath up to 3 meters of ash. This artifact, used to grind spices, was found beneath an area that has since been turned into a coffee plantation. (AP Photo/KOMPAS Images, Fikria Hidayat) EDITORIAL USE ONLY

In this photo taken June 23, 2011, an archaeologist working along the flanks of Mount Tambora shows unearthed remnants of villages that were buried beneath up to 3 meters of ash. This artifact, used to grind spices, was found beneath an area that has since been turned into a coffee plantation. (AP Photo/KOMPAS Images, Fikria Hidayat) EDITORIAL USE ONLY

Farmers flee as world's deadliest volcano rumbles

Bold farmers in Indonesia routinely ignore orders to evacuate the slopes of live volcanoes, but those living on Tambora took no chances when history's deadliest mountain rumbled ominously this month. (AP)