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y.186 Taupo New Zealand |
y.540 Rabaul (1.erupce y.536, Annus Horribilis) |
y.1763 Etna Sicily |
y.1772 Papandayan Java |
y.1951 Lamington New Guinea |

y.1535 El Chichón Mexiko y.1538 Monte Nuovo Phlegrean Fields |
y.1694 Vesuvius Italy |
y.1902 Mont Pelé Martinik |
y.1991 Pinatubo |

In this paragraph there are only some eruptions of Mount Vesuvius, more will be listed later. We have also included potential ones below eruption in 1347 (because it fits into the schemes followed here...)

Vesuvius y.172 |
Vesuvius y.472 |
Vesuvius y.787 |
Vesuvius y.968 |

Vesuvius y.1037 |
Vesuvius y.1347 |

Among the largest earthquakes of the 20th century are the following (with an interval of approximately 27-30 years):

y.1906 San Francisco |
y.1931 Napier y.1933 |
22.5.1960 Valdivia, Chile 27.3.1964 Alaska, USA |

(The 1931 Napier earthquake occurred during a full moon and the moon passing perihelion, earthquake 10.3.1933 Los Angeles, Long Beach during the full moon).

y.1096 Japan |
y.1703 Jeddo Japan |

y.115 Antiochie |
y.365 Crete, Eastern Mediterranean |
y.1038 gulf, China |
y.1157 Syria |
y.1822 Halep Syria |
y.1939 Peru Turkey |
y.1950 Himalayas and Tibet |

Seismicity gradually increased before 1755 (approx. 1749-1755), 1755 also an earthquake in northern Iran.

y.1384 Lesbos Aegean Sea |
y.1456 Brindisi Neapol |
y.1653 Izmir |
y.1693 Sicily (+Stromboli) |
y.1755 Lisabon |

The earthquake of 1348 also affected Bohemia, where a number of demolished castles, towns and villages were left behind.

y.1227 Provence France |
y.1348 Vienna Austria |
y.1356 Basel Switzerland |
y.1596 Japan |

y.1287 St.Lucia floods, England, Netherlands |
y.1931 floods in China |
y.1940 the first larger floods in Bohemia in the 20th century |
Floods in Bohemia 1997 2002 |