The historical activity of Mt. Etna is well documented by a large amount of sources that have reported the seismic and volcanic phenomena occurring on the volcano since the late 1600s (Azzaro et al. 2000; Branca and Del Carlo 2005). Such a large dataset of historical information is not common and is comparable, in Italy, to that of Vesuvius (Giudicepietro et al. 2010). As for long-term seismicity known through macroseismic data, the first release of the historical catalog of Mt. Etna earthquakes from 1832 to 1998 was published ten years ago (hereinafter CMTE catalog) and...

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