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A history of Persian earthquakes
Preface Acknowledgements Definitions Transliteration Chronology 1. Macroseismic data from historical sources 2. Macroseismic data from field studies 3. Case histories 4. Instrumental data 5.… Expand
The Seismicity of Egypt, Arabia and the Red Sea: A Historical Review
Preface A note on transliteration A note on chronology Acknowledgements 1. Introduction 2. Macroseismic information 3. Instrumental information 4. Conclusions References Index.
The Seismicity of Egypt, Arabia and the Red Sea
Seismicity of Yemen
The Arabian Peninsula often appears totally aseismic on maps of world seismicity, reflecting the apparent absence of earthquakes during the twentieth century and particularly since the improvement of… Expand
Historical evidence of faulting in Eastern Anatolia and Northern Syria
Historical data show that like the North Anatolian fault zone, which was delineated by a series of earthquakes during this century from east to west, so was the conjugate Eastern Anatolian fault zone… Expand
45 – Historical Seismicity and Tectonics: The Case of the Eastern Mediterranean and the Middle East
This chapter explores how historical evidences can be used to address some fundamental questions about earthquakes and understanding of their activity. It mainly considers studies of the seismicity… Expand
Evidence for intraplate earthquakes in northwest Arabia
Anatolia under the Mongols
- C. Melville
- 1 March 2009
The period of Mongol rule in Anatolia, that is, roughly the century between the battle of Kosedag in 1243 and the collapse of the Ilkhanid regime in the 1340s, if mentioned at all, is generally… Expand
Historical Monuments and Earthquakes in Tabriz
- C. Melville
En 1780, un tremblement de terre particulierement puissant detruisait Tabriz presque completement. L'A. se propose de faire l'inventaire des monuments islamiques anciens qui disparurent ainsi.