Over the next few weeks, I will be updating the site with some of the news bits, stories, and blog pieces that posted in the last six months. All of the following will be old news to those who follow the Corinthian Studies facebook page or the news feed of the ASCSA webpage, but for those of you who missed these stories:
- 2013 Excavations at Corinth (April 1)
- Joseph L. Rife Wins 2013 CAMWS Book Award (April 20)
- Carl and Elizabeth Blegen Remembered Through Colloquium (June 6). Videocast of colloquium here.
- Special Hesperia Issue on Philhellenism Published (April 9)
- Corinth 2013 winds down (June 17)
- Corinth: Imagine the City Exhibit (June 25)
- Ancient Corinth’s Apollon Honors Williams and Bookidis (July 28)
- School Purchases Prehistoric Site of Korakou (July 31)
great that your blog is active again. I find it ver yinformative and I am looking forward many interesting posts in the future. You might be interested in the following paper that I came across:
Minos-Minopoulos et al, 2013 – Preliminary Results of Investigations of Possible Ground Deformation Structures in the Early Christian Basilica, Ancient Lechaion Harbour, Corinth, Greece. Bulletin of the Geological Society of Greece, vol. XLVII 2013; Proceedings of the 13th International Congress, Chania, Sept. 2013.
It’s free for download here:
Click to access 1255_245_13thEGE.pdf
Many thanks for the encouraging words, and for posting a link to this paper. I’ll give it some attention.