A frequent sort of blog that regularly appear in my google alerts are travel accounts of visits to Ancient Corinth. Most of these cover familiar ground and are most useful for good photos of Corinth, the Corinthian landscape, and the archaeological remains. Here is a sample of summer entries:
- An aggregate collection of photos of ships in the Corinth Canal
- A Corinth ‘AutoCollage’ via flickr
- Some great images of 19th to early 20th century Greece, including the Corinth Canal, via in this article on stereopticon viewers and stereoview cards.
- Archaeological work with Kenchreai material, parts 1 and 2 (Rebecca Kennedy of Denison University)
- In early May, Carl Rasmussen posted some hard-to-get images of the section of the diolkos on the eastern side of the canal. You can compare with pics at this site.
- Some pretty photos of Ancient Corinth and the museum (TeigningGreece)
- An overview of Isthmia: Roman Baths and Muscular Men (GraecoMuse)