The “Great 1117 Veronese Earthquake” was one of the strongest events that hit Northern Italy in historical times. Many aspects of this earthquake are still debated, but archaeological sources, historical archives, and geological records can help to better understand what had happened near Verona 900 years ago. On 20 January, 2017, a conference on the 1117 Veronese Earthquake took place in Venice, bringing together archaeologists, historians and earth scientists. The presentations were given in Italian, but Paolo Forlin from the Armedea project provides an English summary of the meeting. Read his highly interesting article here. Also, the presentations are available on YouTube, so you can understand at least the slides:
Thanks Paolo for that article!
Guidoboni, E., Comastri, A., & Boschi, E. (2005). The “exceptional” earthquake of 3 January 1117 in the Verona area (northern Italy): A critical time review and detection of two lost earthquakes (lower Germany and Tuscany). Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth, 110(B12).
Galli, P. (2005). I terremoti del Gennaio 1117. Ipotesi di un epicentro nel cremonese. Il quaternario, 18, 87-100.
Galadini, F., Galli, P., Molin, D., & Ciurletti, G. (2001). Searching for the source of the 1117 earthquake in northern Italy: a multidisciplinary approach. In The Use of Historical Data in Natural Hazard Assessments (pp. 3-27). Springer Netherlands.