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[Corinth Publication] Corinth I.1. Introduction, Topography, Architecture

Fowler, Harold North & Stillwell, Richard ... American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... Corinth 1.1 The aim of this volume, the first in the Corinth series although not the first to be published, is to describe the surroundings of the ancient site and then document the main buildings identified ... 1932

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[Corinth Publication] Corinth I.2. Architecture

Stillwell, Richard; Scranton, Robert L. & Freeman, Sarah Elizabeth ... American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... Corinth 1.2 The interrelated buildings around the "Agora" of ancient Corinth are the focus of this study. The book contains studies of the Peribolos of Apollo (Richard Stillwell and H. Ess Askew), the ... 1941

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[Corinth Publication] Corinth I.3. Architecture

Scranton, Robert L ... American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... Corinth 1.3 Part 3 of Corinth I continues the publication of the architectural remains in the general area of the Agora. The volume includes monuments which limit the Agora at the west, those which run ... 1951

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[Corinth Publication] Corinth I.4. The South Stoa and its Roman Successors

Broneer, Oscar ... American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... Corinth 1.4 After a discussion of the fragmentary evidence for several buildings of the Greek period which were swept to construct it, the South Stoa at Corinth is treated in detail. Careful description ... 1954

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[Corinth Publication] Corinth I.5. The Southeast Building, the Twin Basilicas, the Mosaic House

Weinberg, Saul S ... American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... Corinth 1.5 This volume discusses the important, mainly Roman, buildings at the east end of the Corinthian Agora; the Julian Basilica and the Southeast Building, the South Basilica (immediately behind ... 1960

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[Corinth Publication] Corinth I.6. The Springs: Peirene, Sacred Spring, Glauke

Hill, Bert H ... American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... Corinth 1.6 The two springs in the Corinthian Agora, Peirene and the Sacred Spring, which were dug early in the excavation of Corinth, were studied in exhaustive detail for more than 40 years by Bert Hodge ... 1964

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[Corinth Publication] Corinth II. The Theatre

Stillwell, Richard ... American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... Corinth 2 The theater at Corinth was excavated by T. Leslie Shear from 1925 to 1929 and this book presents a study of the building based on this work. Robbed for stone in antiquity, the organization of ... 1952

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[Corinth Publication] Corinth III.1. Acrocorinth: Excavations in 1926

Blegen, Carl William; Stillwell, Richard; Broneer, Oscar & Bellinger, Alfred Raymond ... American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... Corinth 3.1 The main discoveries during the 1926 season of excavations on the citadel above the main site of ancient Corinth were the foundations of the temple of Aphrodite and a remarkable Hellenistic ... 1930

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[Corinth Publication] Corinth III.2. The Defenses of Acrocorinth and the Lower Town

Carpenter, Rhys & Bon, Antoine ... American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... Corinth 3.2 The defensive walls that surrounded both the site of ancient Corinth and the citadel of Acrocorinth above it are the focus of this volume. The book starts with a detailed account of the classical ... 1936

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[Corinth Publication] Corinth IV.1. Decorated Architectural Terracottas

Thallon-Hill, Ida & King, Lida Shaw ... American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... Corinth 4.1 A general discussion of architectural terracottas is followed by a catalogue of those found at Corinth. The objects are listed under Antefixes, Ridge Palmettes, Simas, Decorated Eaves-Tiles, ... 1929

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[Corinth Publication] Corinth IV.2. Terracotta Lamps

Broneer, Oscar ... American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... Corinth 4.2 The oil lamps found during excavations at Corinth represent a good sampling of different periods, from Archaic Greek to Byzantine times, with a particular wealth of material from earlier periods ... 1930

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[Corinth Publication] Corinth V. The Roman Villa

Shear, Theodore Leslie ... American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... Corinth 5 Excavated in 1925, the Roman villa at Corinth is famous for its well-preserved mosaics, showing goat herdsmen and other pastoral themes. Of rectangular design, they are curtailed or supplemented ... 1930

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[Corinth Publication] Corinth VI. Coins, 1896-1929

Edwards, Katharine M ... American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... Corinth 6 Rather than discussing the historical, political, or economic deductions that can be drawn from coins, this report simply presents an illustrated catalogue of all coins found during excavations ... 1933

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[Corinth Publication] Corinth VII.1. The Geometric and Orientalizing Pottery

Weinberg, Saul S ... American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... Corinth 7.1 This volume publishes all of the pre-Geometric, Geometric, and Orientalizing pottery found in the Corinth excavations from 1896 to 1939, with the exception of that from the North Cemetery and ... 1943

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[Corinth Publication] Corinth VII.2. Archaic Corinthian Pottery and the Anaploga Well

Amyx, Darrell A. & Lawrence, Patricia ... American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... Corinth 7.2 In the first section of this book, Amyx catalogues and discusses more than 200 fragments of Archaic Corinthian pottery with figure decoration, selected from those previously unpublished or ... 1975

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[Corinth Publication] Corinth VII.3. Corinthian Hellenistic Pottery

Edwards, G. Roger ... American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... Corinth 7.3 This report focuses on the pottery produced in Corinth in the Hellenistic period down to the time of that city's destruction by Mummius in 146 B.C. Imported pottery of the period, as well as ... 1975

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[Corinth Publication] Corinth VII.4. The Red-Figure Pottery

Herbert, Sharon ... American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... Corinth 7.4 Inferior clays and glazes, unsuited to the red-figure style, means that the indigenous production of red-figure vases in Corinth was very limited. However for about 75 years, in the middle ... 1977

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[Corinth Publication] Corinth VII.5. Corinthian Conventionalizing Pottery

Risser, Martha K ... American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... Corinth 7.5 Corinthian Conventionalizing pottery is a fine ware produced during the 6th, 5th, and 4th centuries B.C. While Athenian workshops produced black- and red-figured vases, their Corinthian counterparts ... 2001

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[Corinth Publication] Corinth VII.6. Late Classical Pottery from Ancient Corinth: Drain 1971-1 in the Forum Southwest

McPhee, Ian D. & Pemberton, Elizabeth G ... American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... Corinth 7.6 In 1971 in the southwestern area of the Roman Forum of Corinth a round-bottomed drainage channel was discovered filled with the largest deposit of pottery of the 4th century ever found in the ... 2012

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[Corinth Publication] Corinth VIII.1. Greek Inscriptions, 1896-1927

Meritt, Benjamin D ... American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... Corinth 8.1 The text of all 331 Greek inscriptions found during the course of excavations at Corinth from 1896 to 1927 is presented in this volume, including some pieces found in fields around the city ... 1931

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[Corinth Publication] Corinth VIII.2. Latin Inscriptions, 1896-1926

West, Allen Brown ... American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... Corinth 8.2 This presentation of 226 Latin inscriptions found during the early years of excavation at Corinth is divided into two main sections: Inscriptions of the Republican period and Inscriptions of ... 1931

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[Corinth Publication] Corinth VIII.3. The Inscriptions, 1926-1950

Kent, John Harvey ... American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... Corinth 8.3 The inscriptions found in the excavations at Corinth between 1926 and 1950 are published here which, although fragmentary, provide significant new evidence for the history of Greece in the ... 1966

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[Corinth Publication] Corinth IX.1. Sculpture, 1896-1923

Johnson, Franklin P ... American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... Corinth 9.1 The catalogue of 332 pieces of sculpture reflects the discoveries made in Corinth between 1896 and 1923. Two of the pieces found are Mycenaean but most belong to the Roman period, reflecting ... 1931

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[Corinth Publication] Corinth IX.2. Sculpture: The Reliefs from the Theater

Sturgeon, Mary C ... American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... Corinth 9.2 The remodeling of the theater at ancient Corinth in the 2nd century A.D. included lavish decorations, the chief of which were three dramatic friezes. In publishing them this book presents the ... 1977

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[Corinth Publication] Corinth IX.3. Sculpture: The Assemblage from the Theater

Sturgeon, Mary C ... American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... Corinth 9.3 At the time of its creation in the Hadrianic period, the Corinth Theater presented the most elaborate form of Roman theater architecture to date; a three-storied columnar facade made of multicolored ... 2004

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[Corinth Publication] Corinth X. The Odeum

Broneer, Oscar ... American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... Corinth 10 The Odeum is situated on sloping ground west of the temple of Apollo and a short distance to the south of the theater. It was first identified in 1907 but not excavated until 1927-1928. Three ... 1932

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[Corinth Publication] Corinth XI. The Byzantine Pottery

Morgan, Charles H ... American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... Corinth 11 Since its publication, this book has become one of the most important histories of Byzantine pottery. The first chapter deals with medieval methods of manufacture in the light of the discovery ... 1942

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[Corinth Publication] Corinth XII. The Minor Objects

Davidson, Gladys R ... American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... Corinth 12 This catalogue of over 3,000 items presents a huge variety of ephemera from ancient Corinth, fascinating for the glimpses of daily life in an ancient city which they offer us. The book presents ... 1952

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[Corinth Publication] Corinth XIII. The North Cemetery

Blegen, Carl William; Palmer, Hazel & Young, Rodney S ... American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... Corinth 13 The North Cemetery at Corinth was originally discovered in 1915. Excavations in 1928-1930 uncovered 530 graves and cleared 54 deposits. The graves represented remains from the Middle Helladic, ... 1964

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[Corinth Publication] Corinth XIV. The Asklepieion and Lerna

Roebuck, Carl ... American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... Corinth 14 The sanctuary of the healing god, Asklepios, was connected to an adjacent fountain of Lerna in antiquity. This detailed study of the topography and architecture of these two monuments is complemented ... 1951

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[Corinth Publication] Corinth XV.1. The Potters' Quarter

Stillwell, Agnes N ... American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... Corinth 15.1 Excavated between 1928 and 1931, the area of the Potters' Quarter is marked by many finds of moulds and wasters. The site seems to have occupied between the 8th and 4th centuries B.C. This ... 1948

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[Corinth Publication] Corinth XV.2. The Potters' Quarter: The Terracottas

Stillwell, Agnes N ... American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... Corinth 15.2 Excavated between 1928 and 1931, the area of the Potters' Quarter is marked by many finds of moulds and wasters. The site seems to have occupied between the 8th and 4th centuries B.C. This ... 1952

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[Corinth Publication] Corinth XV.3. The Potters' Quarter: The Pottery

Stillwell, Agnes N. & Benson, J.L ... American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... Corinth 15.3 The long-awaited final part of the publication of the Corinth Potters' Quarter is based on the work of the excavator, A. N. Stillwell, edited and supplemented after her death by J. L. Benson ... 1984

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[Corinth Publication] Corinth XVI. Medieval Architecture in the Central Area of Corinth

Scranton, Robert L ... American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... Corinth 16 In the first part of this book, the author follows a chronological scheme, discussing consecutively Corinthian architecture Early Christian Period (395-610), the Age of Barbarism (610-802), ... 1957

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[Corinth Publication] Corinth XVII. The Great Bath on the Lechaion Road

Biers, Jane C ... American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... Corinth 17 The large Roman bath situated on the Lechaion Road must have been conspicuous in the architecture of ancient Corinth at the beginning of the third century A.D. and for several centuries afterward ... 1985

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[Corinth Publication] Corinth XVIII.1. The Sanctuary of Demeter and Kore: The Greek Pottery

Pemberton, Elizabeth G ... American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... Corinth 18.1 Situated on the slopes of Acrocorinth, which rises to the south of the main part of the ancient city, the Sanctuary of Demeter and Kore was the focus of excavations from 1961 through 1973 ... 1989

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[Corinth Publication] Corinth XVIII.2. The Sanctuary of Demeter and Kore: The Roman Pottery and Lamps

Slane, Kathleen Warner ... American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... Corinth 18.2 In the series of final publications for the Sanctuary of Demeter and Kore, this book presents ceramic material from the Roman period (primarily from the middle of the 1st century to the end ... 1990

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[Corinth Publication] Corinth XVIII.3. The Sanctuary of Demeter and Kore: Topography and Architecture

Bookidis, Nancy & Stroud, Ronald S ... American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... Corinth 18.3 A careful and detailed presentation of the architectural remains of the Sanctuary of Demeter and Kore on the slopes of Acrocorinth, beginning with the earliest traces of occupation in the ... 1997

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[Corinth Publication] Corinth XVIII.4. The Sanctuary of Demeter and Kore: Terracotta Figurines of the Classical, Hellenistic, and Roman Periods

Merker, Gloria S ... American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... Corinth 18.4 About 24,000 figurines and fragments were found during excavations at the Sanctuary of Demeter and Kore, greatly enriching the known body of Corinthian figurines not only in number but also ... 2000

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[Corinth Publication] Corinth XVIII.5. The Sanctuary of Demeter and Kore: The Terracotta Sculpture

Bookidis, Nancy ... American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... Corinth 18.5 The fifth part of the Corinth volume dedicated to the Sanctuary of Demeter and Kore publishes the large-scale terracotta sculpture found in the sanctuary. Extending from the late 7th through ... 2010

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[Corinth Publication] Corinth XVIII.6. The Sanctuary of Demeter and Kore: The Inscriptions

Stroud, Ronald S ... Corinth 18.6 Excavations conducted by the American School of Classical Studies at Athens in the Sanctuary of Demeter and Kore on Acrocorinth, 1961-1975, produced more than 170 inscribed objects of stone, ... 2013

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[Corinth Publication] Lavari est Vivere: Baths in Roman Corinth

Biers, Jane C ... The American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... Corinth 20 303-319 ... January

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[Corinth Publication] The Sanctuaries of Corinth

Bookidis, Nancy ... The American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... Corinth 20 247-259 ... January

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[Corinth Publication] Eighth-Century Corinthian Pottery: Evidence for the Dates of Greek Settlement in the West

DeVries, Keith ... The American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... Corinth 20 141-156 ... January

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[Corinth Publication] The View from the Isthmus, ca. 200 to 44 B.C.

Gebhard, Elizabeth R. & Dickie, Matthew W ... The American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... Corinth 20 261-278 ... January

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[Corinth Publication] Geology of Corinth: The Study of a Basic Resource

Hayward, Chris L ... The American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... Corinth 20 15-42 ... January

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[Corinth Publication] Beyond Peirene: Toward a Broader View of Corinthian Water Supply

Landon, Mark E ... The American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... Corinth 20 43-62 ... January

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[Corinth Publication] Corinth before the Mycenaeans

Lavezzi, John C ... The American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... Corinth 20 63-74 ... January

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[Corinth Publication] Corinthian Bronze: Famous, but Elusive

Mattusch, Carol C ... The American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... Corinth 20 219-232 ... January

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[Corinth Publication] Corinthian Terracotta Figurines: The Development of an Industry

Merker, Gloria S ... The American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... Corinth 20 233-245 ... January

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[Corinth Publication] Corinthian Trade with the Punic West in the Classical Period

Munn, Mary Lou Zimmerman ... The American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... Corinth 20 195-217 ... January

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[Corinth Publication] Classical and Hellenistic Pottery from Corinth and Its Athenian Connections

Pemberton, Elizabeth G ... The American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... Corinth 20 167-179 ... January

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[Corinth Publication] Archaic Corinthian Architecture, ca. 600 to 480 B.C.

Pfaff, Christopher A ... The American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... Corinth 20 95-140 ... January

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[Corinth Publication] The Earliest Greek Architecture in Corinth and the 7th-Century Temple on Temple Hill

Rhodes, Robin F ... The American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... Corinth 20 85-94 ... January

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[Corinth Publication] Corinthian Archaic and Classical Pottery: The Local Style

Risser, Martha K ... The American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... Corinth 20 157-165 ... January

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[Corinth Publication] Corinth and the Corinthia in the Second Millenium B.C.: Old Approaches, New Problems

Rutter, Jeremy B ... The American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... Corinth 20 75-83 ... January

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[Corinth Publication] Recent Developments in the Chronology of Byzantine Corinth

Sanders, Guy D. R ... The American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... Corinth 20 385-399 ... January

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[Corinth Publication] Corinth's Roman Pottery: Quantification and Meaning

Slane, Kathleen Warner ... The American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... Corinth 20 321-335 ... January

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[Corinth Publication] Roman Portraiture: The Many Faces of Corinth

Vanderpool, Catherine de Grazia ... The American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... Corinth 20 369-384 ... January

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[Corinth Publication] Aspects of Corinthian Coinage in the Late 1st and early 2nd Centuries A.C.

Walbank, Mary E. Hoskins ... The American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... Corinth 20 337-349 ... January

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[Corinth Publication] Clays of Corinth: The Study of a Basic Resource for Ceramic Production

Whitbread, Ian K ... The American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... Corinth 20 1-13 ... January

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[Corinth Publication] Corinth [XX], the Centenary: 1896-1996

Williams, Charles K. & Bookidis, Nancy ... The American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... Corinth 20 Twenty-five papers presented at the December 1996 symposium held in Athens to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the American School of Classical Studies excavations at ancient Corinth. The ... January

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[Corinth Publication] Frankish Corinth: An Overview

Williams, Charles K ... The American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... Corinth 20 423-434 ... January

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[Corinth Publication] A Roman Table Support at Ancient Corinth

Ajootian, Aileen ... Hesperia 69.4 A Roman sculptured table support, discovered in Frankish destruction levels at ancient Corinth, represents a rare iconographical treatment of a popular theme, Hermes carrying the baby Dionysos ... December

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[Corinth Publication] Simulacra Civitatum at Roman Corinth

Ajootian, Aileen ... ASCSA ... Hesperia 83.2 315-377 ... April

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[Corinth Publication] M. Antonius Aristocrates: Provincial Involvement with Roman Power in the Late 1st Century B.C.

Balzat, Jean-S├ębastien & Millis, Benjamin W ... ASCSA ... Hesperia 82.4 M. Antonius Aristocrates, mentioned by Plutarch as an intimate of the triumvir Mark Antony, has hitherto remained an obscure figure. An unpublished inscription from Corinth (I-1973-4) offers ... 2013

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[Corinth Publication] Hydria-Fragments in Corinth

Beazley, J. D ... Hesperia 24.4 305-319 ... October

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[Corinth Publication] Corinthian Kotyle Workshops

Benson, J. L ... Hesperia 52.3 311-326 ... September

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[Corinth Publication] Water from Stymphalos?

Biers, William R ... Hesperia 47.2 171-184 ... June

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[Corinth Publication] A Hellenistic Pithos from Corinth

Boggess, Elizabeth MacNeil ... Hesperia 39.1 73-78 ... March

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[Corinth Publication] The Sanctuary of Demeter and Kore on Acrocorinth Preliminary Report IV: 1969-1970

Bookidis, Nancy & Fisher, Joan E ... Hesperia 41.3 283-331 ... September

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[Corinth Publication] Sanctuary of Demeter and Kore on Acrocorinth: Preliminary Report V: 1971-1973

Bookidis, Nancy & Fisher, Joan E ... Hesperia 43.3 267-307 ... September

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[Corinth Publication] Demeter and Persephone in Ancient Corinth

Bookidis, Nancy & Stroud, Ronald S ... American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... When the Roman tourist Pausanias visited Corinth around A.D. 160, he saw many shrines and buildings high up to the south of the city, on the slopes of Acrocorinth. This booklet describes excavations at ... 1987

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[Corinth Publication] Apollo and the Archaic Temple at Corinth

Bookidis, Nancy & Stroud, Ronald S ... Hesperia 73.3 After a detailed examination of the literary, epigraphic, and archaeological evidence, the authors argue that the prominent Archaic Doric temple at Corinth was dedicated to Apollo. It is ... July

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[Corinth Publication] A Hellenistic Terracotta Group from Corinth

Bookidis, Nancy ... Hesperia 51.3 239-247 ... September

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[Corinth Publication] Corinthian Terracotta Sculpture and the Temple of Apollo

Bookidis, Nancy ... Hesperia 69.4 Excavations around the Archaic Temple of Apollo in Corinth in the 1960s and 1970s uncovered forty-eight fragments of large-scale terracotta sphinxes.1 Possibly from acroteria of the temple ... October

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[Corinth Publication] Dining in the Sanctuary of Demeter and Kore at Corinth

Bookidis, Nancy; Hansen, Julie; Snyder, Lynn & Goldberg, Paul ... Hesperia 68.1 1-54 ... March

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[Corinth Publication] Fifth-Century Attic Red Figure at Corinth

Boulter, Cedric G. & Bentz, Julie L ... Hesperia 49.4 295-308 ... October

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[Corinth Publication] The Berlin Painter at Corinth

Boulter, Cedric G ... Hesperia 35.4 310-319 ... October

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[Corinth Publication] An Official Rescript from Corinth

Broneer, Oscar ... Hesperia 8.2 181-190 ... April

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[Corinth Publication] Hero Cults in the Corinthian Agora

Broneer, Oscar ... Hesperia 11.2 128-161 ... June

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[Corinth Publication] Investigations at Corinth, 1946-1947

Broneer, Oscar ... Hesperia 16.4 233-247 ... December

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[Corinth Publication] The Corinthian Altar Painter

Broneer, Oscar ... Hesperia 16.3 214-223 ... July

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[Corinth Publication] Terracotta Altars from Corinth

Broneer, Oscar ... Hesperia 19.4 370-375 ... October

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[Corinth Publication] Investigations at Corinth, 1950

Broneer, Oscar ... Hesperia 20.3 291-300 ... September

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[Corinth Publication] Stoneworking in the Geometric Period at Corinth

Brookes, Alan C ... Hesperia 50.3 285-290 ... September

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[Corinth Publication] Last Men Standing: Chlamydatus Portraits and Public Life in Late Antique Corinth

Brown, Amelia Robertson ... Hesperia 81.1 Notable among the marble sculptures excavated at Corinth are seven portraits of men wearing the long chlamys of Late Antique imperial office. This unusual costume, contemporary portrait heads, ... January

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[Corinth Publication] Attic Black Figure from Corinth: I

Brownlee, Ann Blair ... Hesperia 56.1 73-95 ... January

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[Corinth Publication] Attic Black Figure from Corinth: II

Brownlee, Ann Blair ... Hesperia 58.4 361-395 ... October

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[Corinth Publication] Attic Black Figure from Corinth: III

Brownlee, Ann Blair ... Hesperia 64.3 337-382 ... September

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[Corinth Publication] A Well of the Black-Figured Period at Corinth

Campbell, Mary Thorne ... Hesperia 7.4 557-611 ... 1938

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[Corinth Publication] Pergamene Influence at Corinth

Capps, Edward C., Jr. Edward Capps ... Hesperia 7.4 539-556 ... January

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[Corinth Publication] A Terracotta Tetrapod Dedication at Corinth

Carter, Robert E ... Hesperia 22.4 209-214 ... October

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[Corinth Publication] The Avar Invasion of Corinth

Davidson, Gladys R. & Horvaith, Tibor ... Hesperia 6.2 227-240 ... 1937