LocationASCSA, Cotsen Hall, 9 Anapiron Polemou, 106 76 Athens
“Euchenor's Corinth: Mycenaean Habitation from Acrocorinth to Korakou”
Ioulia Tzonou (ASCSA Corinth Excavations)
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Mycenaean Corinth was considered non-existent for the longest time. Based on the evidence produced by the ASCSA on the site of Ancient Corinth and by the Archaeological Service in the area, I argue for wealthy Corinth. A Cyclopean citadel on Acrocorinth protected a ruler's seat on the terraces below and a powerful harbor at Korakou that connected Mycenae with networks to the north, east and west.