Comment on Analyses of Seismic Deformation at the Kibyra Roman Stadium, Southwest Turkey by Volkan Karabacak, Önder Yönlü, Eray Dökü, Nafiye Günenç Kiyak, Erhan Altunel, Şükrü Özüdoǧru, Cahit Çaǧlar Yalçiner, and Hüsnü Serdar Akyüz

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The ancient city of Kibyra, which has been damaged by ancient earthquakes, is located on the middle part of Burdur-Fethiye Fault Zone (SW Turkey). The existence of an active NNE-SSW-trending left-lateral fault cutting the stadium of Kibyra has been previously discussed in many publications (Akyüz and Altunel, ; Karabacak, ). Karabacak et al. () also adhere to this view and restate it in the recent article published in Geoarchaeology. However, there is no evidence directly indicating a fault cutting the stadium and the earthquake damage to the stadium was most likely caused by ground shaking. In conclusion, the arguments, observations and interpretations presented by Karabacak et al. () are misleading in key respects and must be reviewed.

Orijinal dilİngilizce
Sayfa (başlangıç-bitiş)349-352
Sayfa sayısı4
DergiGeoarchaeology - An International Journal
Hacim29
Basın numarası4
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Yayın durumuYayınlandı - 2014

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