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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