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By Holger Sonnabend

Weltweit steigt die Zahl der Naturkatastrophen. 1998 registrierten die Experten mit ca. 50.000 Todesopfern und Sachschäden in Höhe von ninety Milliarden greenback traurige Rekordwerte. Entsprechend exakte Daten gibt es für die Antike nicht. Viele Zeugnisse beweisen aber, daß Erdbeben, Vulkanausbrüche, Flutwellen, Überschwemmungen und andere Katastrophen speedy zum Alltag der Menschen in der Antike gehörten.

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