Monthly Archives: January 2012

Abstracts of the AIA / APA 2012 Meetings

I had planned to post reviews of the AIA / APA meetings a little more than a week ago, but illness and the preparations for a new semester sapped all my momentum.  I have a lot of material in the … Continue reading

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A Paper on Corinthian Peasants

Among the gaggle of Corinthian papers at this year’s Archaeological Institute of America/American Philological Associate Annual Meeting is a paper that David Pettegrew and I offer on peasants in the Corinthian countryside for a joint APA/AIA panel organized by Kim Bowes and … Continue reading

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Corinth at the AIA / APA Meetings: January 5-8, 2012

Tomorrow begin the annual meetings of the Archaeological Institute of America and the American Philological Association in Philadelphia.  I repost below info about Corinth papers.  If any one would like to contribute reviews of individual papers or sessions, let me … Continue reading

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Some More Corinthian Bodies

It was a pleasure to see another Corinthian article in this month’s American Journal of Archaeology. Betsey Robinson’s study of the Eutychia mosaic from Corinth introduces us to this frequently overlooked mosaic and another pair of Corinthian bodies. Fig. 2 … Continue reading

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2011 Year in Review

Happy New Year from Corinthian Matters!  WordPress has kindly provided an annual report of activities related to this blog over the last year, but I love to crunch data and I was curious to know a bit more about how … Continue reading

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