[Corinth Monument] Old_Bema, Schola

Structures on either side of the Bema.

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[Agora Monument] Omega House

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

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[Corinth Monument] Panaghia Villa

Fourteen rooms of a large Late Roman town house, or domus, include two with intricate geometric mosaic floors and one with a central marble fountain. Of two peristyle courts within the building, one featured ...

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[Agora Monument] Panathenaic Way

Transportation Unknown Packed Gravel Good Numerous roads led in and out of the Agora square. By far the most important, however, was the broad street known as the Dromos or Panathenaic Way, the principal ... 6th B.C. to 12th A.D.

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[Corinth Monument] Panayia

The Panayia Field, southeast of the Forum, has been the site of excavations started in 1995 by Charles Williams and subsequently continued under the direction of Guy Sanders. Roman are the best preserved; ...

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[Corinth Monument] Panayia Bath

The Late Roman bath complex consists of four rooms; an entrance hall, an apodyterium (undressing room) that also served as a frigidarium (room with cold bath tubs), a tepidarium (warm room without tubs) ...

[Corinth Monument] Panayia Long Wall Building

Another structure to the south of the Panayia bath bears no relation to it except that the two buildings border a common parcel of land. Little is known about the function of the so-called “Long Building” ...

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[Corinth Monument] Panayia Villa

Fourteen rooms of a large Late Roman town house, or domus, include two with intricate geometric mosaic floors and one with a central marble fountain. Of two peristyle courts within the building, one featured ...

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[Corinth Monument] Peirene

Peirene is an important center of symbolism and tradition in the urban landscape of both Greek and Roman Corinth. Human activity is attested in the area from the Neolithic period, and the first efforts ...

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[Corinth Monument] Penteskouphia

Early modern hamlet at the foot of the kastraki of the same name and to the west of Ancient Corinth. The village and the kastraki are in the general vicinity of the find spot of the painted plaques of ...

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[Corinth Monument] Perachora

A distinctive feature of the Corinthian landscape, this peninsula projects in to the Corinthian Gulf north of Corinth and the Lechaion Harbor. The Sanctuary of Hera is situated in a small cove on the ...

[Corinth Monument] Perdikaria

A prehistoric site identified by Carl Blegen between Kyras Vrysi and New Corinth.

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[Corinth Monument] Peribolos of Apollo

The court to the north of Peirene was identified by Pausanias as the “Peribolos of Apollo” in which was an image of the god and a painting depicting Odysseus on his return from Troy expelling his wife, ...

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[Corinth Monument] Phlius

A Greek city in the northwestern Argolid (now in modern Corinthia, near Nemea), in the Peloponnese, said to be named after the Greek hero Phlias but formerly called Araethyrea.

[Corinth Monument] Pietri

A property named for the Pietri family.

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[Agora Monument] Post-Herulian Fortification Wall

Fortification Unknown Reused Limestone and Marble Material, Rubble Core Good, up to three meters high. East of the East Building and Mint we arrive once again at the Panathenaic Way, which in this area ... Ca. 282 A.D.

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[Corinth Monument] Potters' Quarter

Located at the western edge of the walled area of Corinth, the Potters’ quarter was a complex of workshops and domestic quarters used by potters for three centuries from the seventh century until the fourth ...

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[Corinth Monument] Propylaia

Propylaia on the Lechaion Road: The Propylaia, the main entrance to the Forum, consisted of three archways: one main and two smaller ones. At the time of Pausanias the gilded bronze chariots of Helios ...

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[Agora Monument] Propylon to the New Bouleuterion

Entrance Unknown Stone Poor, foundations only ... 350-300 B.C.

[Agora Monument] Public Offices

Domestic, Commercial Unknown Rubble Walls Poor, mostly foundations ... 4th B.C.

[Corinth Monument] Punic Amphora Building

The Punic Amphora Building was a commercial establishment located near a busy intersection of three roads. Dating to the mid-5th century B.C., the building contained many tons of fragments of transport ...

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[Corinth Monument] Quarries

Roman quarries opened within the city during the early Colony to the east and west of the Temple of Apollo.

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[Corinth Monument] Race Course

The remains of two successive stadia (race tracks) lie beneath the Roman forum. The apheteria (starting blocks) of both, lie directly to the west of the Julian Basilica. The orientation of the two phases ...

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[Corinth Monument] Race Course and Platform

A raised platform to the south of two successive race tracks may have been used for pale and pankrateion. The path Hellenistic phase of the race course caused the platform retaining wall to be slightly ...

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[Corinth Monument] Roman Bath (Great Bath on the Lechaion Road)

On his way from the forum north along the Lechaion road, Pausanias discusses one of the many bath houses in the city:

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[Corinth Monument] Roman Villa, Shear's

The remains of the villa are located about 1 km west of the theater. The villa is remarkable for the mosaic floors which are now house in the museum. One portrays a cowherd leaning against a tree playing ...

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[Agora Monument] Royal Stoa

Civic Unknown Limestone Fair, foundations and lower part of superstructure. On the west side, lying just south of the Panathenaic Way, are the remains of the Royal Stoa (Stoa Basileios), one of the earliest ... Late 6th. B.C. to 5th B.C.

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[Corinth Monument] Sacred Spring

The Sacred Spring was a sanctuary rather than a public water source. The Sacred Spring complex has a long history lasting from the early 8th century B.C into the Hellenistic period with several phases ...

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[Agora Monument] Sanctuary of the People and Graces

Temple, Sanctuary, Altar Unknown Marble Sanctuary poor condition, destroyed. Altar good condition, preserved in National Museum ... Hellenistic

[Corinth Monument] Solomos

A modern village on the southeast slope of Acrocorinth

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[Corinth Monument] South Basilica

The south basilica appears to have been built using the earlier Julian Basilica as a prototype. The entrance to the basilica from the north was via a broad marble reveted concrete staircase in a court ...

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[Agora Monument] South Stoa I

Commercial, Civic Unknown Reused Material, Mudbrick Fair, foundations and walls up to a meter high. Measuring some 80 meters long, South Stoa I takes up much of the south side; its eastern end is the better ... 450-400 B.C.

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[Agora Monument] South Stoa II

Possibly Commercial Unknown Conglomerate, Limestone Fair, foundations and parts of stylobate and back wall. South Stoa II ran westward from the south end of the East Building, parallel to the Middle Stoa ... Mid 2nd B.C.

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[Corinth Monument] South Stoa west

The Stele Shrine includes a square-shaped temenos enclosed by a wall, established in the mid-6th century B.C. Inside the temenos, a stele, evidence of burnt offerings, and an offering table are indications ...

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[Corinth Monument] Southeast Building

The portico 13 ionic columns which closed the east end of the upper forum served as the entrance to the Southeast building. In its earliest form, probably in the first half 1st century B.C., the building ...

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[Agora Monument] Southeast Fountain House

Hydraulic Unknown Limestone Poor, foundations only. The slight traces just south of the Church of the Holy Apostles have been identified as the remains of an early fountain house (Figs. 33, 34). The identification ... Late 6th B.C.

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[Agora Monument] Southeast Stoa

Commercial Unknown Poros Limestone, Marble Fair, foundations and stylobate ... 2nd A.D.

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[Agora Monument] Southeast Temple

Temple, Religious Unknown Marble Fair, foundations and fragments of superstructure ... Late 1st A.D.

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[Agora Monument] Southwest Area: Industry and Houses

Domestic, Industrial Unknown Limestone, Marble, Concrete Rubble Mixed, foundations and some walls ... Greek Hellenistic Roman

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[Agora Monument] Southwest Fountain House

Hydraulic Unknown Limestone Very poor, foundations only. Closer to the agora proper a row of five public buildings lined the south side of the square in the Classical period (Fig. 29, 36). They comprise ... 350-300 B.C.

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[Agora Monument] Southwest Temple

Temple, Religious Unknown Agrileza Marble Poor, foundations and assorted architectural members ... 1st A.D.

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[Agora Monument] Square Peristyle

Law Court Unknown Limestone, Conglomerate Poor, foundations only. Underlying the north end of the Stoa of Attalos are the slight remains of a group of buildings dating to the 5th and 4th centuries B.C ... 4th B.C.

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[Corinth Monument] St. John's

The church of St. Johns stood until 1938 when it was demolished to complete the excavation of the Forum to Roman levels. The original church was part of a thirteenth century monastic complex at the west ...

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[Agora Monument] State Prison

Civic, Possibly Commercial Unknown Limestone Poor, foundations and lines of walls ... Mid 5th B.C.

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[Agora Monument] Statue of Hadrian

Statue Hadrian Pentelic Marble Good, but missing head, arms and legs ... 2nd A.D.

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[Agora Monument] Statues of Harmodios and Aristogeiton and the Orchestra

Display Athenian Demos Bronze Known from copies and literary sources only ... Late 6th to early 5th B.C.

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[Agora Monument] Stoa of Attalos

Commercial Attalos II of Pergamon Conglomerate, Limestone, Pentelic Marble, Hymettian Marble Fully Restored Lining the east side of the Agora square is the Stoa of Attalos (Fig. 47), built during the reign ... Ca. 150 B.C.

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[Agora Monument] Stoa of Zeus

Civic, Religious Unknown Pentelic Marble, Limestone Poor, foundations and fragments of superstructure. Lying just south of the railroad tracks, along the west side, are the remains of the Stoa of Zeus ... 450-400 B.C.

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[Agora Monument] Stoa Poikile

Social, Military Display, Museum Peisianax Limestone, Some Marble Fair, foundations and parts of superstructure. Across modern Hadrian Street are the most recent excavations (2003), along the north side ... 500-450 B.C.

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[Agora Monument] Stone Benches on Kolonos Agoraios

Assembly, Possible Performance Unknown Poros Limestone Fair, part of five steps ... 450-400 B.C.

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[Agora Monument] Strategeion

Uncertain, Possibly Civic, Possibly Commercial Unknown Limestone Poor, minimal superstructure ... Mid 5th B.C.

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[Agora Monument] Street to the Roman Agora

Transportation Athenian Demos Marble Paving Good where visible ... 1st A.D.

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[Corinth Monument] Tavern of Aphrodite

The name excavators initially gave to Building III one of four Classical buildings in the central archaeological site.

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[Corinth Monument] Temple A

Temple A is a Classical and Hellenistic structure which lay partly under the shops along the east side of the Lechaion Road and partly under the Peribolos of Apollo. Preserved are the foundations of a ...