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The probabilistic estimation of the magnitude of historical earthquakes requires the analysis of actual building structures affected by those earthquakes. The analysis complicates because most of these buildings no longer exist or were greatly modified, present a great variety of features and the number of analysis for probabilistic assessment is high. As it is not practical to analyze all structures, an alternative is to use structural archetypes representing the affected buildings. This paper presents an approach to develop a quantitative framework for the generation of historical archetypes. The method is illustrated via the definition of a specific archetype for the study and assessment of the effects of the 1763 Komárom earthquake. The historical survey of Tata, Hungary, is assumed as representative of the region and one historical building is utilized to illustrate the archetypes evaluation process.

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