Excavation is only one part of an archaeological process that involves the detailed study of finds and accurate recording leading to peer-reviewed publication. As well as the permanent staff, a large number of scholars from an array of international institutions are involved in the study of materials from Corinth. Their work appears in a variety of publication venues, but mostly through the School’'s own Corinth monograph series and articles in the journal Hesperia. Some publications are available electronically at Google Books.
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