I repost below some stories, videos, and news related to the archaeology and history of the Corinth since spring. Some will be old news but may be of use for those who have missed the stories.
News and Announcements from the American School of Classical Studies at Athens
- Ian McPhee and Elizabeth Pemberton’s Late Classical Pottery from Ancient Corinth: Drain 1971-1 in the Forum Southwest (Corinth VII.6) is now in press (via Facebook)
- “Hesperia Bibliographic Citations Now on Zotero” (June 19)
- “Hesperia Open Access” (July 11). The American School has made over 1,500 Hesperia articles published before 2009 freely available as PDF downloads. See the announcement and rationale here. (July 11)
- Scholar Season in Corinth (July 11)
- Videocast: Nancy Bookides on Corinth: A Portrait of an Idiosyncratic Greek City (May 22)
- Corinthian Colonies Workshop (February 28)
- Third graders visit the ancient Corinth museum (January)
Blogosphere on Archaeology in the Corinthia
- The Archaeological Site at Corinth (1897), from the Google Art Project
- Bill Caraher on Five Camps of Corinth
- A little blurb on Paul Scotton and the basilicas of Corinth
- Dallas DeForest’s spectacular photos of Corinthian territory from Mt. Oneion
- Artifacts from Corinth were on display at the Met in a spring exhibition Transition to Christianity: Art of Late Antiquity, 3rd-7th Century AD. This short article discusses the exhibition.
- A video showing the Reeanactment of the Nemean Games
The video about the Nemean games is fantastic (apart from the obvious lack of authenticity with regard to clothing/nudity!). They even use the authentic starting mechanism for the races!