How big was the earthquake in Syria and Egypt in 1201?
According to the "Earthquake Newspaper Archive" link, below, the 1201 earthquake killed 1.1 million people in the Egypt and Syria region.
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If you want an answer you will need to say what you want to knowand what period.
Syria has an area of 185,180 sq km (71,498 sq mi). 185,180 sq km
yes kinda it is the biggest out of the cham countries Well the land of Syria that you see today isn't actually it. Its name is actually The Great Syria or "blad alsham" an…d it original borders are actually Lebanon, Jordan, and Palestine. Add all those nations together and you well get The real Syria.
About 185,180 square kilometres, or about 71,479 square miles.
It is important to note that the Mamluks never controlled all of the territory in modern-day Egypt or modern-day Syria. However, the Mamluks controlled Cairo and Damascus by t…he beginning of the 13th century.
United Arab Republic
most of the upper half of Egypt was destoyed
i don't believe there are earthquakes in egypt....... unless maybe a shockwave is felt from an earthquake somewhere else
Yes, very rarely but yes.
There were several. However, the only war that featured all threeand only these three was the Arab-Israeli War of 1973 also known asthe Yom Kippur War, the Ramadan War, and th…e October War.
All these countries are Mediterranean countries.
Not at the moment, but it used to be in the past.