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    The May 10 1556 Istanbul (Constantinople) earthquake | hand colored woodcut depicting damage in Istanbul from the May 10, 1556 earthquake. Hagia Sophia dome and other buildings were heavily damaged, with many fatalities. A comet was sighted on March 5, 1556 and seen for 12 days | printed by Herman Gall in Nuremberg (1556)

  • Tektonten Papercraft

    "Frightening signs of wonder before the terrible earthquake which happened in the cities of Rossanna and Constantinople", hand colored woodcut by the German Hermann Gall displaying the 1566 Constantinople earthquake.

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