Corinth on Academia

According to its website, Academia.edu is a growing community of 1,700,000 academics. While the Corinth contingent is a tiny group among this number, Academia is the sort of social media site with the potential to connect and share new research, working, and forthcoming papers on the Corinthia. The handful of papers posted so far include such varied topics as a Roman road at Corinth, recent excavations in Medieval Corinth, and the silting up of the harbor of Lechaion. Some other citations suggest interesting forthcoming papers on Roman inscriptions and St. Paul’s collection for the believers in Judea.

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Categories: Bibliography, Digital Corinthia, Social Media

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