Historical evidence of faulting in Eastern Anatolia and Northern Syria

@article{Ambraseys1995HistoricalEO,
  title={Historical evidence of faulting in Eastern Anatolia and Northern Syria},
  author={N. Ambraseys and C. Melville},
  journal={Annals of Geophysics},
  year={1995},
  volume={38}
}
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 delineated from the northeast to the southwest by a succession of large earthquakes in earlier times, with a major event at its junction with the Dead Sea fault system. This event was associated with surface faulting and occurred in a region seismically quiescent for nearly two centuries. 
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