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[1] Archaeoseismological research in salachik, the ancient capital of crimean khans / A. M. Korzhenkov, D. A. Moiseev, A. N. Ovsyuchenko et al. // Seismic Instruments. — 2017. — Vol. 53, no. 3. — P. 244–259. Archaeological, archaeoseismological, and seismotectonic studies were carried out in Salachik, the ancient capital of the Crimean Khans, on the outskirts of the modern city of Bakhchysarai, Crimea. The following damage and deformations of medieval buildings were observed: leaning building walls, protruding elements of building structures, rotation of fragments of walls and building blocks around the vertical axis, considerable deformations of arch structures, and cracks running through several rows of building blocks. These deformations are of a seismogenic nature. Traces of at least two strong ancient earthquakes were revealed in the medieval monuments of Salachik. Based on analysis of kinematic indicators, it is found that the maximum seismic intensity (VIII ≤ I0 ≤ IX points) was due to an earthquake occurred in the west. Based on historical seismologic data, one of the two earthquakes is dated April 30, 1698. Also, structural damage to buildings in Salachik was caused by Crimean earthquakes in 1927. The findings can be used for a comprehensive assessment of seismic hazards on the Crimean Peninsula. [ DOI ]

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