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[Corinth Monument] Gonia

Plateau, 350x250m or 160x410m, 2km north of Examilia. Blegen excavated 23 trenches here for 18 days in August 1916. Houses of all periods of the BA were located. There were no Neolithic architectural ...

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[Corinth Monument] Grava

Roman Kiln located in the area of Kokkinovrysi. Excavated by Gladys Weinberg.

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[Agora Monument] Great Drain and Its Branches

Hydraulic Unknown Limestone (Polygonal Masonry) Good, long stretches preserved ... Ca. 500 B.C.

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[Corinth Monument] Gymnasium

The Gymnasium mentioned by Pausanias was thought to lie at the northern edge of the city where several inscriptions dealing with athletes and athletics have been found. Excavations during the 1960s and ...

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[Corinth Monument] Gymnasium Fountain of Lamps

To the west of the Gymnasium a bath-and-fountain complex was built in a natural valley artificially enlarged in antiquity. In its earliest phase the supply of spring water was enhanced by tunneling horizontally ...

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[Corinth Monument] Hadji Mustafa

Hadji Mustafa is the popular name of a fountain at the base of Acrocorinth. The fountain consists of a cistern for collecting water from the nearby spring and an arched facade built of limestone and reused ...

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[Corinth Monument] Haghia Paraskeue

One of the burial chapels of Ancient Corinth. Rescue excavations were undertaken nearby.

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[Agora Monument] House of Simon the Cobbler

Domestic, Workshop Unknown Stone Poor, minimal superstructure. Inscribed marble posts were used to mark the entrances to the Agora wherever a street led into the open square. Two have been found in situ, ... 5th B.C.

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[Corinth Monument] Ioannou Bath east of Great Bath

In 1998, a small rescue excavation by the ΛΖ ΕΠΚΑ was undertaken across the street from the Great Bath excavation. Several apsidal plunges around a circular room were uncovered.

[Corinth Monument] Irrigation Channel Excavations

An irrigation channel was built to carry water from Lake Stymphalus to the Isthmus of Corinth in the mid 1960’s. In the course of excavating the channel several Roman tombs were found at the edge of the ...

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[Corinth Monument] Julian Basilica

The Julian Basilica closes the east end of the Roman forum. It was a two story structure with cryptoporticus below and a peristyle hall above. The basilica was built in the early years of the 1st century ...

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[Corinth Monument] Justinian's Wall

In 146 B.C. the Roman general Mummius reduced the walls of Corinth to make them unusable for defensive purposes. No wall was considered necessary until the Late Roman period when a shorter circuit was ...

[Corinth Monument] Kokkinovrysi

Literally “Red Spring”, Kokkinovrysi is located at the west end of the lower terrace on which the city of Ancient Corinth stood. The spring is just outside the line of the ancient wall beside a road running ...

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[Corinth Monument] Korakou

Korakou is a hill (260x115m) 35m above sea level overlooking the Corinthian Gulf at the western end of the city of New Corinth. Blegen excavated here in the summers of 1915 and 1916. He used the results ...

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[Corinth Monument] Kraneion

This ancient suburb of Corinth lay to the east of the city near the line of the city wall. Here Pausanias saw the tomb of Diogenes the Cynic of Sinope. Nearby, the grave of the famous courtesan Lais was ...

[Corinth Monument] Kraneion Basilica

The Kraneion Basilica resembles the Lechaion Basilica but at a much smaller scale. It lacks an atrium but does have a baptistery on its north side. It is a cemetery church with ample evidence of vaulted ...

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[Agora Monument] Late Roman Building

Unknown Unknown Concrete, Rubble Fair, lower parts of walls ... 5th A.D.

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[Agora Monument] Late Roman Complex

Administrative Unknown Concrete Rubble, Limestone, Marble Good, foundations and walls up to one meter high ... 5th A.D.

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[Agora Monument] Late Roman House

Domestic Unknown Concrete Rubble, Marble Excellent, walls up to two meters high ... 4th to 6th A.D.

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[Agora Monument] Late Roman Round Building

Unknown Unknown Concrete Poor, foundations only ... 5th A.D.

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[Corinth Monument] Lechaion Harbor Basilica

The basilica is built on a sand spit separating the inner basins of Lechaion harbor from the sea. It consists of a three aisled structure with two atria at the west end and a transept and single apse at ...

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[Corinth Monument] Lechaion Road

The main north-south artery (cardo maximus) of the Roman city ultimately linked the Agora of Corinth with the harbor of Lechaion on the Corinthian gulf 3 kilometers to the north. In the time of Augustus, ...

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[Agora Monument] Library of Pantainos

Library Pantainos Concrete, Marble Fair, lower parts of walls preserved. Lying partially under and behind the Late Roman wall are the remains of a building identified by its inscribed marble lintel block ... 100 A.D.

[Agora Monument] Lower Sanctuary

Religious Unknown Conglomerate Poor ... Hellenistic

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[Agora Monument] Metroon

Archive, Temple Unknown Limestone, Marble, Conglomerate Fair, foundations and minimal superstructure. The Metroon served two functions; it was both a sanctuary of the Mother of the Gods and the archive ... 2nd B.C.

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[Agora Monument] Middle Stoa

Commercial Unknown Conglomerate, Limestone Fair, foundations and east stylobate with column drums. The appearance of the south side of the Agora was radically changed during the 2nd century B.C. with the ... Mid 2nd B.C.

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[Corinth Monument] Minor Projects

Short term smaller excavations in various locations about the village of Ancient Corinth.

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[Agora Monument] Mint

Commercial, Civic Unknown Limestone Poor, partial foundations only. Just east of the fountain house lie the miserable remains of a large square building with several rooms; the northern half lies under ... Late 5th B.C.

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[Agora Monument] Monopteros

Unknown Unknown Imported Green and Pentelic Marble Fair, traces of foundations and fragments of superstructure ... 2nd A.D.

[Agora Monument] Monument Bases East of the Odeion

Statue Bases Unknown Marble Fair, statues missing ... Hellenistic 2nd to 3rd A.D.

[Agora Monument] Monument Bases Near the Metroon

Statue Bases Unknown Stone Fair, statues missing ... Hellenistic

[Agora Monument] Monument of Quintus Trebellius Rufus

Statue Base Unknown Pentelic Marble Good, Reconstructed from fragments ... 1st A.D.

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[Corinth Monument] Museum

Excavations carried out before contruction of the new museum yielded neolithic inhabitation levels. The soils were thin here and excavators reached bedrock quickly.

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[Corinth Monument] New Apotheke: D. Kokolopoulos and E. Lambraki Field

Rescue excavations in 2015 and 2016 that uncovered three Byzantine houses.

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[Corinth Monument] Nezi Field

Excavations renewed south of the South Stoa in 2007 in an area where in the 1960s Henry Robinson uncovered several Byzantine buildings and and Early Modern/Ottoman Era house. These structures were further ...

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[Corinth Monument] North Cemetery

The north cemetery is actually part of a much larger funerary area which extends along the plain below the lower terrace on which Corinth stands. Excavations in 1915 to 1918 and 1928 to 1930 revealed ...

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[Corinth Monument] North Market

The southern half of a Roman market square surrounded by a colonnade was excavated on the North side of Temple Hill. Parts of the marble paving of the square and the gutter surrounding it were preserved ...

[Agora Monument] Northeast Complex

Domestic Unknown Miscellaneous Poor, foundations only ... Roman

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[Corinth Monument] Northeast of Theater

In 2018 Chris Pfaff initiated excavations in a field directly adjacent and west of the old excavation dump and north of the Theater.

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[Agora Monument] Northeast Stoa

Unknown Unknown Miscellaneous Reused Material Poor, foundations only ... 1st A.D.

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[Agora Monument] Northwest Corner and the Hermes

Religious Unknown Marble Fair, numerous fragments and some bases. The area of the northwest corner is where the Panathenaic Way, leading from the main gate of Athens, the Dipylon, entered the Agora square ... Classical Hellenistic

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[Corinth Monument] Northwest Shops

The shops were built immediately in front of the Northwest stoa later in the 1st century A.D. The large central chamber still preserves its stone vault. It is flanked by seven shops, which originally had ...

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[Corinth Monument] Northwest Stoa

The Northwest Stoa was once thought to have been a Hellenistic building refurbished in the Roman period. It is now understood to be entirely a Roman monument, built in the time of the emperor Augustus, ...

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[Agora Monument] Nymphaion

Hydraulic Unknown Concrete Rubble, Marble Poor, foundations only ... 2nd A.D.

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[Corinth Monument] Oakley House west

In 1932, Oscar Broneer excavated a portion of a small Roman bath in the southwest corner of the ASCSA property. It was located to the west of Oakley House, the old excavation dig house.

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[Corinth Monument] Oakley south

In the early 1960's J. Anderson led a Berkely team to excavated the northwest corner of the Temenos of Temple E.

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[Corinth Monument] Odeion

The Roman Odeion of Ancient Corinth was a small, indoor theatre intended for musical events and rhetorical competitions. It consisted of a semicircular orchestra surrounded by seating, a stage building, ...

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[Agora Monument] Odeion

Assembly, Entertainment Agrippa Marble, Limestone Fair, foundations and parts of superstructure. Late in the 1st century B.C. the Athenians were given money for a new marketplace by Caesar and Augustus, ... Late 1st B.C.

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[Corinth Monument] Old Museum

This is the first museum bought by the American School of Classical Studies to house the finds of the excavations. It now serves as storage for artifacts.