2013 Excavations at Corinth
Excavations in Ancient Corinth began for a sixth season in the area south of the South Stoa with the aim to clarify the Late Roman levels beneath Byzantine and Frankish structures in the area.
At the American School Excavations at Corinth, Heather Graybehl is currently conducting a petrographic study of Late Roman cooking pots, coarsewares, and amphorae from Panayia Field. She describes her work here.
Corinth Excavations Assistant Director Ioulia Tzonou-Herbst offers a behind-the-scenes look at the Corinth Excavations’ busy, fascinating, and productive summer, with help from some of the many scholars who were on hand during 2012.