We thank the authors of the comment for an opportunity to explain our reasoning more at length than we thought fitting to do in an article meant for a scientific journal. SRL readers should beware: what follows is historical seismologists’ shop talk with a strong stress on “historical.”

First of all, we wish to acknowledge a gross blunder, which we failed to spot in the final proof‐checking of our reference list: the Chronicon Mutinense (Giovanni da Bazzano, 14th century) is written in Latin, not in Italian. We were also wrong in asserting that MS Cl.I.534 does not mention...

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