The Corinthia and the Northeast Peloponnese

Thanks to Jeremy Ott in notifying the Corinthian Studies FB group that the long-awaited publication of the Loutraki 2007 conference is now available in print:

W.-D. Niemeier and N Kissas, eds., The Corinthia and the Northeast Peloponnese: Topography and history from prehistoric times until the end of antiquity. 2013: Hirmer Verlag GmbH.

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I’m guessing these will be in limited supply, and there certainly won’t be a paperback version, so I ordered myself a copy.

Here’s a description of the book at Amazon:

In March 2009 the international conference for which this volume is named was held in Loutraki by the 37th Ephorate of Prehistoric and Classical Antiquities in collaboration with the Greek Ministry of Culture’s Directorate of Prehistoric and Classical Antiquities, and the German Archaeological Institute of Athens. The results of research carried out by international research institutes and individual researchers working in Corinthia, and first and foremost by the Greek Antiquities Service, were presented at the conference.

I’ll give it a fuller overview when my copy arrives.

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Categories: Archaeological Discoveries, Archaeological Survey, Diachronic, Geology, Greek Service Excavations, Isthmus, Peloponnese, Sites, Diolkos, Territory

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