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[Corinth Monument] Bema

The Bema was a complex marble structure dating from the middle of the 1st century A.D. which dominated the face of the terrace of the Upper Forum at Corinth. It took the form of an open propylon with a ... Corinthia | Ancient Corinth | Corinthia | Ancient Corinth | Central Area | Forum

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[Corinth Monument] Kenchrea Basilica

Corinthia | Ancient Corinth | Ancient Corinth, East | Kenchrea Basilica ... Corinthia | Kenchrea Basilica

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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 ... Corinthia | Ancient Corinth | Ancient Corinth, West | Potters' Quarter ... Corinthia | Ancient Corinth | Ancient Corinth, West | Potters' Quarter |

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[Corinth Monument] Acrocorinth

Acrocorinth (575 meters high) was described by the Roman historian Polybius as one of the “fetters of Greece” because it controlled not only the route across the Isthmus, but also the pass between the ... Corinthia | Ancient Corinth | Acrocorinth

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[Corinth Monument] Acrocorinth Sanctuary of Demeter and Kore

Excavations on the north slopes of Acrocorinth in the 1960’s and 70’s revealed a mass of small dining rooms both above and below and ancient road leading to Acrocorinth. They were arranged in parallel ... Corinthia | Ancient Corinth | Acrocorinth, North Slope | Acrocorinth Sanctuary

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[Corinth Monument] Acrocorinth, North Slope

In 1960, several Late Roman graves were excavated adjacent to the road to Acrocorinth by Henry Robinson ... Corinthia | Ancient Corinth | Acrocorinth, North Slope

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[Corinth Monument] Aetopetra

Aetopetra is a hill (225x100m) located 3km west of Ancient Corinth, 1.6km east of Longopotamos, on the 92nd km mark of the Athens-Patras highway. Blegen observed pottery (EH, MH, and LH) and house walls ... Corinthia | Penteshouphia | Ancient Corinth, East of | Aetopetra

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[Corinth Monument] Agios Basilios

A village located 25 km south of Corinth. Archaeological excavations prove that the area around Ayios Vasilios has been settled since pre-historical times. Zygouries, west of Ayios Vasilios, was excavated ... Corinthia | Agios Basilios