The archives from nearly continuous excavation spanning three centuries is vast and the links on this page provide on-line access to a portion of it.
In recent years, the Corinth Excavations have participated in efforts to develop a common interface for all the digital resources of the American School of Classical Studies. The results of this work are to be found in the Digital Library, where you will find all of the publicly accessible digital resources of the Corinth excavations, the Athenian Agora excavations and numerous other archival collections of the ASCSA. Researchers with special assigned access to further digital resources of the excavations should continue to use the Agora and Corinth databases through the research portal (ASCSA.net).
Kress Coin Project
Current efforts are in progress on the coin study collection, which comprises some 3,000 important numismatic examples, in a project funded by the Kress Foundation. Three fellows and our photographer Petros Dellatolas are working to scan old coin inventory cards, photograph the coins and catalogue numismatic data. Assistant Director Ioulia Tzonou is supervising the cataloging in the museum and Dr. Michael Ierardi is consulting electronically via email and Skype. The data will then be incorporated into the ASCSA.net online databases, where the study collection can be queried both as a separate collection and integrated with the greater coin collection and excavation data.
The current excavation manual is available in PDF
Corinth Volumes in JSTOR
Corinthia GIS, Topographical Data and Excavation Database
- topographical survey 1999-present available on request.
- Excavation database structure in MS Access format available on request.