Proof and Truth Of Matthew- blog 20

Proof and Truth Of Matthew- blog 20

Other earthquakes not listed by the USGS

Date Site Deaths Magnitude or intensity* Comments
464 BC Sparta, Greece ? – Led to a helot uprising and strained relations with Athens, one of the factors that led to the Peloponnesian War
226 BC Rhodes, Greece ? – Destroyed Colossus of Rhodes and city of Kameiros
365 Knossos, Crete (Greece) 50,000 XI

365 Cyrene, Libya ? –

May 20, 526 Antiochia, Syria 250,000 –

844 Damascus, Syria 50,000 VIII

847 Mosul, Iraq 50,000 –

847 Damascus, Syria 70,000 X

856 Qumis, Damghan, Iran 200,000 –

856 Corinth, Greece 45,000 –

893 Caucasus 82,000 –

893 Daipur, India 180,000 –

893 Ardabil, Iran 150,000 –

1036 Shanxi, China 23,000 –

1042 Palmyra, Baalbek, Syria 50,000 X

1057 Chihli (Hopeh), China 25,000 –

1138 Ganzah, Aleppo, Syria 230,000 XI

1156-1157 Syria ? –
1170 Sicily 15,000 –

July 5, 1201 Upper Egypt or Syria 1,100,000 IX

1268 Cilicia, Anatolia (Turkey) 60,000 –

September 27, 1290 Chihli (Hopeh), China 100,000 6.7

May 26, 1293 Kamakura, Japan 30,000 –

October 18, 1356 Basel, Switzerland 1,000 6.5

January 26, 1531 Lisbon, Portugal 30,000 –

November 25, 1667 Shemakha, Azerbaijan 80,000 XII

June 7, 1692 Port Royal, Jamaica 30,000 –

January 11, 1693 Catania Province, Sicily 60,000 –

1693 Naples, Italy 93,000 –

1707 Japan (seismic wave) 30,000 –

December 30, 1730 Hokkaidō, Japan 137,000 –

1731 Beijing, China 100,000 –

October 11, 1737 Calcutta, India 300,000 – See 1737 Calcutta cyclone
October 16, 1737 Kamchatka, Russia 9.3 See Kamchatka earthquakes
June 7, 1755 Northern Persia 40,000 –

November 18, 1755 Boston, Massachusetts 0 –

February 28, 1780 Iran 200,000 – Latitude: 38, longitude: 46.2
February 4—5, March 28, 1783 Calabria, Italy 35,000 –

February 4, 1797 Quito, Ecuador & Cuzco, Peru 41,000 –

February 10, 1797 Sumatra, East Indies (now Indonesia) 300 8.4

December 8, 1812 at 9:45 Wrightwood, California, USA (lat. 34.22, long. 117.39) 40 ~7 Destroys church of Mission San Juan Capistrano
November 24, 1833 Sumatra, East Indies (now Indonesia) 8.7

January 23, 1855 21:11 local time Wairarapa, New Zealand 4 ~8.0 Raised sections of Wellington coastline by 2 metres
February 16, 1861 Sumatra, East Indies (now Indonesia) 8.5

February 3, 1931, 10:47 local time Napier, New Zealand
see Napier earthquake 258 7.9 Much of city destroyed; 40 km² of seabed raised to become dry land
December 25, 1932, Gansu, China 70,000 7.6
April 21, 1935, 6:02 local time Hsinchu-Taichung, Taiwan 3,279 7.1
December 20, 1942, Turkey
see NAFZ 6.9
November 26, 1943, Turkey
see NAFZ 7.7
January 15, 1944, 20:50 GTM-3 San Juan, Argentina 8,000 ~ 10,000 IX (7.8) The 30 second long earthquake destroyed 95% of the city, located 30 km form the epicentre.
February 1, 1944, Turkey
see NAFZ 7.5
August 17, 1949, Turkey
see NAFZ 7.1
August 13, 1951, Turkey
see NAFZ 6.8
August 8-August 12, 1953 Kefalonia, Greece 476 7.2 113 tremors over five days
May 26, 1957, Turkey
see NAFZ 6.8
August 19, 1966, Turkey
see NAFZ 6.6
July 22, 1967, Turkey
see NAFZ 7.0
May 22, 1971, Turkey
see NAFZ 6.8
December 23, 1972 Managua, Nicaragua 5,000 – 20,000 6.3 Somoza mishandling of earthquake aid has been cited as a contributing factor to the Sandinista revolution; devastated largest city in Nicaragua (Managua)
June 30, 1975 Norris Junction, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, USA 0 6.1 Largest earthquake in Yellowstone Caldera since 1959 Hebgen Lake event
March 4, 1977 Bucharest, Romania
see 1977 Bucharest Earthquake 1500 7.5 Lasted ~5 minutes and left the capital devastated.
June 21, 1990 Northwestern Iran 35000 7.7 Called Manjil-Rudbar Earthquake
March 13, 1992, Turkey
see NAFZ 6.5

Note: Magnitudes are generally estimations from intensity data. When no magnitude was available, the maximum intensity, written as a Roman numeral from I to XII, is given.
Recent earthquakes not listed above

Date Time‡ Place Lat. Long. Fatalities Comments Magnitude
September 5, 2004 19:07 and 23:57 Japan Time Off central Tōkai region, western Japan 0 20+ injured, tsunami and flooding 6.9 and 7.4
October 8, 2004 15:35 Mindoro, Philippines 13.21 121.65 — Sporadic blackouts 6.6
October 9, 2004 22:26 80 kilometres southwest of Managua, Nicaragua 12 86 0 Minimal damage 6.9
October 23, 2004 17:56 Ojiya, Japan
see 2004 Chuetsu Earthquake 37.3 138.8 46 4801 injured; 103,000+ displaced 6.9
October 27, 2004 18:34 Vrancea, Romania 0 Telephone service interrupted; felt also in Bulgaria, Ukraine, Moldova and Turkey 5.8 (Istanbul’s Kandilli Observatory reported 6.5)
November 10, 2004 22:58 Solomon Islands 9 159 0 No injuries nor damage 6.9
November 11, 2004 21:36 96 kilometres west-northwest of Dili, East Timor 6 21 injured 7.3
November 15, 2004 around 9:00 off coast of Chocó, Colombia 0 11+ injured, 18 homes destroyed, half near Buenaventura 6.7
November 21, 2004 45 kilometres north-northwest of Dominica 1 Half-dozen injured, damage also in Guadeloupe 6.0
November 21, 2004 48 kilometres south-southwest of San José, Costa Rica 8 Half-dozen injured 6.2
November 28, 2004 18:32 900 kilometres northwest of Tokyo, Japan, 50 km below sea level 0 8 injured, utility services interrupted in hundreds of homes 7.1
December 23, 2004 14:59 495 kilometres north of Macquarie Island, SW of New Zealand 50.24°S 160.13°E 0 Minimal damage reported in southern New Zealand 8.1
February 11, 2005 21:00:23.9 114 kilometres southwest of Haines Junction, Yukon, Canada 60.21°N 139.50°W 0 No damage nor injuries 5.5
February 22, 2005 02:25:21 UTC, 05:55:21 Local Time Zarand, Iran
see 2005 Zarand earthquake 30.726°N 56.817°E At least 790 Hundreds injured, damage in some 40 villages, centered 150 miles from Bam, Iran 6.4
March 6, 2005 19:06:52 UTC, 3:06:52 AM Local Time Near Sua-ho, Taiwan 24.607°N 121.859°E 0 See below 5.7
March 6, 2005 19:08:00 UTC, 3:08:00 AM Local Time Near Sua-ho, Taiwan 24.650°N 121.855°E 0 Occurred within minutes of a previous earthquake of magnitude 5.7 centered in the same area; no major injuries or damage reported from either earthquake 5.4

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