Mediterranean's Largest Quake Wasn't What We Thought

Mediterranean's Largest Quake Wasn't What We Thought
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History tells us that in the year 365 CE, the Mediterranean region was rocked by a thunderous earthquake estimated as a magnitude 8.0 or higher. The quake and subsequent tsunami killed tens of thousands of people, destroying Alexandria in Egypt and several other cities.

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