A Visual Glossary of Greek Pottery
Alabastron (pl. alabastra) - a small jar for storing perfumes, named after the material (alabaster) the first examples...
The Achaean League (or Achaian Confederacy) was a federation of Greek city-states in the north and central parts of...
A general view of the agora of ancient Roman Corinth with the Lechaion road, lined with remains of stoas and shops...
Part of the northwest shops of the agora of Roman Corinth with the archaic temple dedicated to Apollo in the left background...
Akrokorinth as seen from the second gate Fortifications dating back to classical times and used continually down to...
Bronze Aulos Player Figurine
The man wears a long tunic and mantle. From his left shoulder hangs an instrument case. The straps for the instrument...
Coin Commemorating the Isthmian Games
A Greek coin commemorating the Isthmian Games. Corinth, 117-138 CE. (Numismatics Museum, Athens)
Name: Corinth Continent: EUROPE Alt Name: Archaeological Museum of Ancient Corinth Country: Greece Period: Ancient Greece Sub-Region...
Corinthian Alabastron Vase
A Corinthian alabastron vase depicting two lions and an owl, 595-500 BCE. These vessels were used for storing perfumes...
A corinthian capital, situated in the Agora of Athens.