I’ve continued to work my way through Y. Lolos’s massive tome, Land of Sicyon. Hesperia Supplement 39 (Princeton: American School […]
With the recent preliminary publication of the work by the SHARP team at the site of Kalamianos in the southeastern […]
Byzantinists were stunned last week by the announcement that the Christian Archaeological Society had launched a digital version of its […]
I had planned to post reviews of the AIA / APA meetings a little more than a week ago, but […]
The revolution of YouTube and video sharing has ushered in a whole new world of viewing the Corinthia. Already hundreds […]
Hard to believe that December is already here – quite a lot of new scholarship delivered electronically in November. Bronze […]
Last month, Bill Caraher posted a working draft of a paper on the Christian landscapes of the Corinthia in which he […]
Harvesting olives with Nikos Gdysis of Gemelos Taverna, November 16, 2004. Photos by D. Pettegrew.
As readers of this blog know, David Pettegrew and I are working on a paper on peasants in the Corinthian […]
The valley of Lakka Skoutara in the southern Corinthia. Photos by D. Pettegrew, November 18, 2004.
Professor Kostis Kourelis of Franklin and Marshall College will speak today at 4 PM CST on the American School Excavations […]
Earlier this week, Facebook friends were circulating and commenting on an article in the Greek newspaper Ekathimerini about the ruin […]
In a recent blog post at Objects-Buildings-Situations, Kostis Kourelis has pointed out that Ohians have the tendency to blog about […]
It’s not hard to construct narratives of decline for the paved trans-Isthmus diolkos road. One only has to compare the […]
One of the consequences of spending a summer morning talking with Sophia Loverdou was seeing the diolkos in a whole […]
In early June I had the chance to visit the Corinth Canal with Sophia Loverdou, the woman who has launched […]