Last day of my whirlwind tour in the Corinthia. I’ve continued meeting and running into old archaeology friends from Isthmia […]
I always request a window seat when I fly in and out of Athens International Airpot on the hope of […]
The Library of Congress continues to build its collections of prints and photographs with a few Corinthian ones among them. I love this old stereo […]
Last week, Getty Images announced that millions of its creative and high-quality images can be freely used on blogs, websites, […]
Some miscellaneous Corinthiaka that have slowly aggregated over the last month or so. A Recent Earthquake in the Gulf of […]
Planning a trip to the Corinthia soon? The Greek Ministry of Culture and Sports has been slowly adding data since […]
Friends at FB have posted or sent me links to several facebook pages and albums devoted to photos, postcards, and […]
I repost below some stories, videos, and news related to the archaeology and history of the Corinth since spring. Some […]
A frequent sort of blog that regularly appear in my google alerts are travel accounts of visits to Ancient Corinth. […]
Kalliope Sarri posted in the Corinthian Studies facebook group a link to the most beautiful scuba images of life aquatic […]
If you have only visited Greece in May to September, the green growth of winter may be surprising. Note the […]
Photos by David Pettegrew and Kate Pettegrew on July 1, 2007. Low walls visible in the second photo, bungee jumper […]
The trans-Isthmus “Hexamilion” wall, running 7 kilometers across the Isthmus of Corinth, constructed in the 5th century AD, with later […]
Harvesting olives with Nikos Gdysis of Gemelos Taverna, November 16, 2004. Photos by D. Pettegrew.
The valley of Lakka Skoutara in the southern Corinthia. Photos by D. Pettegrew, November 18, 2004.
“Beachrock” at the western entrance to the Corinth canal, covering the loading platform of the diolkos road. The authors of […]