Corinth Monument: Anaploga Sanctuary
Collection:   Corinth
Type:   Monument
Name:   Anaploga Sanctuary
Description:   ASCSA director Henry Robinson undertook several small-scale excavations in the vicinity of Anaploga during the early 1960’s. One of these exposed a Roman house with ornate later 1st or 2nd century A.D. mosaic floors now on display in the museum at Corinth. Another excavation revealed a small cemetery and an inspection hole that opened onto over 700 meters of underground water channels. One of the wells excavated contained a large quantity of Early, Middle and Late Corinthian pottery (early 7th to mid-6th century B.C.), much of it restorable.
Site:   Anaploga
City:   Ancient Corinth
Country:   Greece
References:   Publication: Robinson, Hesperia 38.1, 1969
Plans and Drawings (32)
Object: MF 11135