Agora and Acropolis of Corinth

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Edgar Serrano
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published on 02 July 2020
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The Agora, or Roman Forum, was the heart of the ancient city of Corinth. It is located south of the Temple of Apollo. In the background, the Acrocorinth, a monolithic rock overseeing the city (Greece).

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Edgar Serrano
Born in Cali, Colombia, currently living in Houston, TX. Studied at Colorado Christian University, Dallas Seminary and Capital Seminary & Graduate School in Lancaster, PA. Christian pastor and college professor in the areas of Bible and Theology.

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Serrano, E. (2020, July 02). Agora and Acropolis of Corinth. Ancient History Encyclopedia. Retrieved from https://www.ancient.eu/image/12429/

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Serrano, Edgar. "Agora and Acropolis of Corinth." Ancient History Encyclopedia. Last modified July 02, 2020. https://www.ancient.eu/image/12429/.

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