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The Bolonia Bay, close to the Strait of Gibraltar, hosts the Roman ruins of Baelo Claudia. In the first and third century A.D., this ancient town was affected by two earthquakes. Several earthquake-related damages can be found inside the ruins, and the adjacent mountain ranges show features of Quaternary activity. Extensive paleoseismological and archaeoseismological investigations have been conducted at the archaeological site and in its environs. The first 14C dating results from damaged infrastructure are presented in this paper, together with the preliminary results of fault-trenching on one of the closest suspect seismogenic faults near the archaeological site. The...

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