Ancient oral tradition describes volcano–earthquake interaction at merapi volcano, indonesia

@article{Troll2014AncientOT,
  title={Ancient oral tradition describes volcano–earthquake interaction at merapi volcano, indonesia},
  author={Valentin R. Troll and Frances M Deegan and Ester M. Jolis and David A. Budd and B{\"o}rje Dahr{\'e}n and Lothar M. Schwarzkopf},
  journal={Geografiska Annaler: Series A, Physical Geography},
  year={2014},
  volume={97},
  pages={137 - 166}
}
Abstract erapi volcano is among the most hazardous volcanoes on the planet. Ancient avanese folklore describes erapi's activity as the interaction between the pirit Kings that inhabit the volcano and the ueen of the South ea, who resides at arangtritis beach, 50 km of erapi. The royal palace in ogyakarta is located half‐way along the hypothetical line between erapi and arangtritis (the erapi–raton–outh ea axis) to bring balance between these mystical forces. In 2006 and 2010, erapi erupted… Expand
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