This is an incomplete list of earthquakes in Armenia.

Date Region Time Mag. MMI Epicenter Depth (km) Fatalities Injuries Ref
2022-02-13 Metsavan 18:25 UTC 5.3 VI 41°09′36″N 44°00′04″E / 41.160°N 44.001°E / 41.160; 44.001 10.0 2 [1]
2021-02-13 Hovtashen 11:29 UTC 4.9 VI 40°01′52″N 44°27′07″E / 40.031°N 44.452°E / 40.031; 44.452 10.0 3 [2]
1992-12-09 Madina, Gegharkunik 20:29 UTC 4.8 VII 40°03′29″N 45°18′43″E / 40.058°N 45.312°E / 40.058; 45.312 15.8 [3]
1988-12-07 Spitak , Leninakan 07:41 UTC 6.8 Ms X 40°59′13″N 44°11′06″E / 40.987°N 44.185°E / 40.987; 44.185 5.4 25,000–50,000 [4]
1931-04-27 Hatsavan , Zangezur 16:50 UTC 6.4 VIII–IX 39°17′28″N 45°57′00″E / 39.291°N 45.950°E / 39.291; 45.950 15.0 300–2,890 [5][6]
1926-10-22 Turkey-Soviet Armenia border 21:59 local time 40°42′N 43°42′E / 40.7°N 43.7°E / 40.7; 43.7 7 km (4.3 mi) 360
1840 Mount Ararat 16:00 local time 7.4 IX 39°36′0″N,44°6′0″E N/A 10,000 [7]
1679 Garni, Erivan, Kanaker Unknown 7.0 VIII 40°12′0″N, 44°42′0″E N/A 7,600+
1268 Ilkhanate, Antioch[8] Unknown 7.0 VIII 37°30′0″N,35°30′0″E N/A 60,000+
1139 Ganja, Azerbaijan, Seljuk Empire Unknown 7.7 XI 40°18′0″N, 46°12′0″E N/A 230,000–300,000
893-12-27 Dvin, Artashat midnight 5.3–7 IX–X 40°0′0″N,44°24′0″E 30,000
Note: The inclusion criteria for adding events are based on WikiProject Earthquakes' notability guideline that was developed for stand alone articles. The principles described also apply to lists. In summary, only damaging, injurious, or deadly events should be recorded.

See also

References

  1. ^ "USGS Earthquake Hazards Program".
  2. ^ "USGS Earthquake Hazards Program".
  3. ^ "M 4.8 - 5 km ESE of Madina, Armenia".
  4. ^ "USGS Earthquake Hazards Program".
  5. ^ "USGS Earthquake Hazards Program".
  6. ^ Utsu, T.R. (2002), "A List of Deadly Earthquakes in the World: 1500–2000", International Handbook of Earthquake & Engineering Seismology, Part A, Volume 81A (First ed.), Academic Press, p. 705, ISBN 978-0124406520
  7. ^ Haroutiunian, R. A. (2005). "Катастрофическое извержение вулкана Арарат 2 июля 1840 года" [Catastrophic eruption of volcano Ararat on 2 july, 1840]]. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Armenia: Earth Sciences (in Russian). 58 (1): 27–35. ISSN 0515-961X. Archived from the original on 2015-12-07. Retrieved 2015-11-26.
  8. ^ Principality of Antioch, at the time under Armenian rule.