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[Corinth Monument] Temple E, Southeast

The central focus of the Frankish area consists of a large open court with a colonnade of reused Roman columns. It is on a scale similar to what had once been considered the “Market Place” of the medieval ...

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[Corinth Monument] Temple E, Southwest

Standing 9 meters above the Forum, Temple E occupied as prominent a place in the Roman city as the Temple of Apollo. In its first phase, the temple had stone foundations, probably with a triple crepis ...

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[Corinth Monument] Temple E, Temenos

Standing 9 meters above the Forum, Temple E occupied as prominent a place in the Roman city as the Temple of Apollo. In its first phase, the temple had stone foundations, probably with a triple crepis ...

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[Corinth Monument] Temple Hill

Once a ridge of limestone upon which sat the Temple of Apollo, the Romans quarried to the east and particularly to the west, leaving the temple and it immediate vicinity.

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[Corinth Monument] Temple Hill, Basilica

A small church on the northeast corner of Temple Hill.

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[Corinth Monument] Temple of Apollo

The seven standing columns of the Archaic temple are one of the most prominent landmarks of Corinth. The dedication of the temple to Apollo is deduced from Pausanias’ description of Corinth combined with ...

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[Corinth Monument] Theater

The theater was a place in which dramatic and musical events were staged. In the Roman period staged fighting was added. The theater has several phases. The original structure was built late in the 5th ...

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[Corinth Monument] Theater District

Area northwest of the central archaeological site which includes the Theater and the Odeion.

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[Corinth Monument] Tile Works

To the north of the junction of the road leading to the village from the Argos road is a shed covering a well preserved tile kiln. The kiln consists of two long fire chambers over which were once built ...

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[Corinth Monument] Tomb, Painted

A Roman chamber tomb with wall paintings.

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[Corinth Monument] Tombs northeast of Ancient Corinth

A series of Roman chamber tombs north of the Classical City Walls.

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[Corinth Monument] Tombs, Tseilolofos

A series of Roman chamber tombs north of the Classical City Walls.

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[Corinth Monument] Tseliolophos

Another name for Cheliotomylos, a hillock just north of the Classical city walls, upon which evidence for prehistoric activity was found.

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[Corinth Monument] Upper Peirene

A subterranean spring on Acrocorinth.

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[Corinth Monument] West Shops

The West Shops define the west end of the Roman forum. Twelve Shops, six either side of a broad staircase ascending to the entrance of Temple E’s precinct, had vaulted chambers parts of which still survive ...

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[Corinth Monument] West Terrace

The buildings in the west end of the Roman Forum date from the 1st and 2nd century A.D. In contrast to most temples of both the Greek and Roman periods in Greece, the temples each stood on a high podium ...

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[Corinth Monument] Yiriza

Plateau located 500 m west of Gonia. Blegen excavated 10 trenches with EH pottery in 1916. LH II/IIIB (C?) chamber tomb cemetery was discovered in 1979 during illegal excavations in the Ginis property ...

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[Corinth Monument] Zygouries

Prehistoric site excavated by Carl Blegen.