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Fowler & Stillwell, Corinth 1.1, 1932Corinth I.1. Introduction, Topography, Architecture1932  
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Stillwell et al., Corinth 1.2, 1941Corinth I.2. Architecture1941  
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Scranton, Corinth 1.3, 1951Corinth I.3. Architecture1951  
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Broneer, Corinth 1.4, 1954Corinth I.4. The South Stoa and its Roman Successors1954  
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Weinberg, Corinth 1.5, 1960Corinth I.5. The Southeast Building, the Twin Basilicas, the Mosaic House1960  
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Hill, Corinth 1.6, 1964Corinth I.6. The Springs: Peirene, Sacred Spring, Glauke1964  
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Stillwell, Corinth 2, 1952Corinth II. The Theatre1952  
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Blegen et al., Corinth 3.1, 1930Corinth III.1. Acrocorinth: Excavations in 19261930  
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Carpenter & Bon, Corinth 3.2, 1936Corinth III.2. The Defenses of Acrocorinth and the Lower Town1936  
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Thallon-Hill & King, Corinth 4.1, 1929Corinth IV.1. Decorated Architectural Terracottas1929  
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Broneer, Corinth 4.2, 1930Corinth IV.2. Terracotta Lamps1930  
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Shear, Corinth 5, 1930Corinth V. The Roman Villa1930  
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Edwards, Corinth 6, 1933Corinth VI. Coins, 1896-19291933  
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Weinberg, Corinth 7.1, 1943Corinth VII.1. The Geometric and Orientalizing Pottery1943  
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Amyx & Lawrence, Corinth 7.2, 1975Corinth VII.2. Archaic Corinthian Pottery and the Anaploga Well1975  
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Edwards, Corinth 7.3, 1975Corinth VII.3. Corinthian Hellenistic Pottery1975  
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Herbert, Corinth 7.4, 1977Corinth VII.4. The Red-Figure Pottery1977  
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Risser, Corinth 7.5, 2001Corinth VII.5. Corinthian Conventionalizing Pottery2001  
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McPhee & Pemberton, Corinth 7.6, 2012Corinth VII.6. Late Classical Pottery from Ancient Corinth: Drain 1971-1 in the Forum Southwest2012  
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Meritt, Corinth 8.1, 1931Corinth VIII.1. Greek Inscriptions, 1896-19271931