- A recent M.S. thesis on the site of Kalamianos in the the southern Corinthia: some beautiful images of the site: Peter Dao, “Marine Geophysical and Geomorphic Survey of Submerged Bronze Age Shorelines and Anchorage sites at Kalamianos (Korphos, Greece),” M.S. Thesis, McMaster University 2011.
- Some Corinthian B amphoras in: Brendan P. Foley, Maria C. Hansson, Dimitris P. Kourkoumelis, Theotokis A. Theodoulou, “Aspects of ancient Greek trade re-evaluated with amphora DNA evidence,” in Journal of Archaeological Science (in press).
- The legend of a Byzantine admiral dragging ships over the diolkos: David Pettegrew, “Basil’s Thunderbolt: Niketas Ooryphas and the Portage of the Corinthian Isthmus,” paper presented at the Byzantine Studies Conference, Chicago, Oct. 2011.
- Anyone interested in house churches in Corinth may find interesting points of comparison in: Bradly S. Billings, “From House Church to Tenement Church: Domestic Space and the Development of Early Urban Christianity—The Example of Ephesus,” in The Journal of Theological Studies 62.2 (2011), 541-569.
- Fergus J. King, “Mission-Shaped or Paul-Shaped? Apostolic Challenges to the Mission-Shaped Church,” in Journal of Anglican Studies 9.2 (November 2011), 223-246.
- Kim, Yung Suk, “Imitators“ (Mimetai) in 1 Cor. 4:16 and 11:1: A New Reading of Threefold Embodiment,” in Horizons in Biblical Theology 33.2 (2011), 147-170.
- Harris B. Bechtol, “Paul and Kierkegaard: A Christocentric Epistemology,” in The Heythrop Journal (2011).
Geology, Geomorphology, and Environment in the Corinthia and Gulf of Corinth
- Panayotis Papadimitriou, George Kaviris, Andreas Karakonstantis & Kostas Makropoulos, “The Cornet seismological network: 10 years of operation, recorded seismicity and significant applications” in Hellenic Journal of Geoscience
- C. Grützner, T. Fernández Steeger, I. Papanikolaou, K. Reicherter, P.G. Silva, R. Pérez-López, and A. Vött (editors), Earthquake Geology and Archaeology: Science, Society and Critical Facilities, Athens 2011. These short articles feature the research presented in late September at the Second International Workshop on Active Tectonics, Earthquake Geology, Archaeology and Engineering 19th-24th September 2011. Articles that may be of interest to readers interested in the ancient Corinthia and Gulf of Corinth:
- Gielisch, Hartwig, “Acrocorinth – Geological History and the Influence of Paleoseismic Events to Recent Archaeological Research,” pp. 57-59.
- Hadler, Hanna, Andreas Vött, Benjamin Koster, Margret Mathes-Schmidt, Torsten Mattern, Konstantin Ntageretzis, Klaus Reicherter, Dimitris Sakellariou, Timo Willershäuser, “Lechaion, the Ancient Harbour of Corinth (Peloponnese, Greece) destroyed by Tsunamigenic Impact,” pp. 70-73.
- Koster, Benjamin, Klaus Reicherter, Andreas Vött, Christoph Grützner, “The Evidence of Tsunamigenic Deposits in the Gulf of Corinth (Greece) with Geophysical Methods for Spatial Distribution,” pp. 107-110.
- Nomikou, P., M. Alexandri, V. Lykousis, D. Sakellariou, and D. Ballas, “Swath Bathymetry and Morphological Slope Analysis of the Corinth Gulf,” pp. 155-158.
- Papanikolaοu, Ioannis D., Maria Triantaphyllou, Aggelos Pallikarakis, and Georgios Migiros, “Active Faulting towards the Eastern Tip of the Corinth Canal: Studied through Surface Observations, Borehold Data and Paleoenvironmental Interpretations,” pp. 182-185.
- Sakellariou, Dimitris, Lykousis Vasilis, and Rousakis Grigoris, “Holocene Seafloor Faulting in the Gulf of Corinth: The Potential for Underwater Paleoseismology,” pp. 218-221.
- Valkaniotis, Sotiris, George Papathanassiou, and Spyros Pavlides, “Active Faulting and Earthquake-Induced Slope Failures in Archaeological Sites: Case Study of Delphi, Greece,” pp. 255-258. Also available here.
- Vött, Andreas, Peter Fischer, Hanna Hadler, Mathias Handl, Franziska Lang, Konstantin Ntageretzis, and T. Willershäuser, “Sedimentary Burial of Ancient Olympia (Peloponnese, Greece) by High-Energy Flood Deposits – the Olympia Tsunami Hypothesis,” pp. 259-262.
- Wiatr, Thomas, Klaus Reicherter, Ioannis D. Papanikolaοu, & Tomás Fernández-Steeger, “The Discontinuity of a Continuous Fault: Delphi (Greece),” pp. 276-279.
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