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[Corinth Monument] Captives' Facade

An ornate two story facade located in front of the early basilica flanks the Lechaion Road between the North Shops and the Monumental Gate. The upper story consisted of a row of six larger-than-life-size ...

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[Agora Monument] Cemetery of the Geometric Period

Funerary Unknown Stone Reburied, originally undisturbed ... 8th to 6th B.C.

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[Corinth Monument] Centaur Bath

The Centaur Bath was built in late 5th century B.C. and abandoned in the late 4th century B.C. The preserved remains of this bath include a furnace room, a network of waterpipes, a central room with a ...

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[Corinth Monument] Central Area

The area of the main archaeological site at Ancient Corinth.

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[Corinth Monument] Central Shops

The central shops run from the Circular Monument to the Bema and from the Bema to the Doric colonnade extending from the West end of the South Stoa. The shops separated the Forum proper from the upper ...

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[Corinth Monument] Cheliotomylos

A hill named for the Mill of Tselios. It sits just outside the Classical city walls. Sherds mark the prehistoric inhabitation of the immediate area.

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[Corinth Monument] Chiliomodi

A village 15 km southwest of New Corinth.