1428 Catalonia earthquake – Wikipedia

fifteenth century earthquake

1428 Catalonia earthquake
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Local date February 2, 1428 (

1428-02-02

)

Local time 08:00 to 09:00[1]
Magnitude 6.7 Magnitude Me
Epicenter Coordinates: [2]
Areas affected Catalonia
Casualties Hundreds

The Catalan earthquake of 2 February 1428, known in Catalan as the terratrèmol de la candelera because it took place during Candlemas, struck the region of Catalonia, particularly Roussillon, with an epicenter near Camprodon. The earthquake was one of a series of associate seismic events that shook Catalonia in a single class. Beginning on 23 February 1427, tremors were felt in March, April, 15 May at Olot, [ 3 ] June, and December. They caused relatively minor visible damage to property, notably to the monastery of Amer ; but they probably caused austere weakening of building infrastructure. This would account for the massive and widespread end that accompanied the subsequent 1428 earthquake.

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modern estimates of the intensity are VIII ( Damaging ) or IX ( Destructive ) on the Medvedev–Sponheuer–Karnik scale. [ 1 ] The ramparts of Prats-de-Mollo-la-Preste were destroyed. The clocktower of Arles-sur-Tech collapsed. The monastery of Fontclara at Banyuls-dels-Aspres was devastated. The damage sustained by the monastery of Saint-Martin-du-Canigou marked the beginning of its decline. The belltower and lantern loom of Sant Joan de les Abadesses fell down. The chapel service at Núria was destroyed. The villages of Tortellà and Queralbs were wholly destroyed. Among the damaged structures were Santa Maria de Ripoll and Sant Llorenç prop up Bagà. As army for the liberation of rwanda away as Perpignan and Barcelona the populace was gripped by panic. In the latter, the saturation was estimated at VI ( Strong ) or VII ( Very strong ). The rose window of the Gothic church of Santa Maria del Mar was destroyed. Robin de Molhet, lord of Peyrepertuse, who was travelling in his domains when the earthquake struck, promptly came to the aid of victims, which earned the recognition of Alfonso V of Aragon, who was away in Valencia at the time of the tremors. He was informed by the President of the Generalitat de Catalunya, Felip de Malla, in a letter. [ 4 ] It is estimated that hundreds of people were killed in the catastrophe : two hundred are estimated at Camprodon, one to three hundred at Puigcerdà ( due to the collapse of the church ), twenty to thirty at Barcelona ( in Santa Maria del Mar ), and about the entire population of Queralbs. The fallout lasted well over a year. The earthquake was credibly the worst in the history of the Pyrenees, [ citation needed ] though the first recorded only occurred in 1373. It remains to this day a point of reference for the survey of seismic gamble .

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