4 edition of Kenchreai, Eastern Port of Corinth found in the catalog.
by Brill Academic Publishers
Written in English
|Contributions||Martha Breen (Illustrator), Roxana Docsan (Illustrator)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||464|
This article summarizes the goals, methods, and discoveries of the Kenchreai Cemetery Project (), an interdisciplinary study o fburial grounds at the eastern port of Corinth during the. Joe served as excavation architect at the University of Chicago’s excavations at Kenchreai, eastern port of Corinth, from and supervised the important underwater work carried out there by a team of graduate students and young faculty.
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Chapter Four, "Kenchreai, Eastern Port of Corinth", focuses on two structures: the so-called Aphrodesion and the Nymphaeum/basilica, wherein were found the opus sectile panels. Chapter Five, "Isthmia and the Isthmian Games", emphasizes the East Field, the theater, and the Roman bath. In addition, excavations at Corinth’s eastern port of Kenchreai and its sanctuary at Isthmia have been ongoing, along with continuing survey projects in the eastern Corinthia. The excavations at Isthmia, beginning with those of Oscar Broneer, have uncovered the key structures involved in the games and the cults associated with them.
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Kenchreai. Eastern port of Corinth. Results of investigations by The University of Chicago and Indiana University for The American School of Classical Studies at Athens. [Part] IV / 4: Eastern Port of Corinth book Pottery. With 14 drawings and 38 Plates.
by Adamsheck, Beverley: and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at travel-australia-planning-guide.com At the port town of Kenchreai, the same difficult environment from which the waterlogged artifacts were recovered—a matrix of thick mud lying beneath sea level—also preserved the organic materials included in this study.
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Kechries (Greek: Κεχριές, rarely Κεχρεές) is a village in the municipality of Corinth in Corinthia in Greece, part of the community of travel-australia-planning-guide.comtion (). It takes its name from the ancient port town Kenchreai or Cenchreae (Ancient Greek: Κεγχρεαί), which was situated at the same travel-australia-planning-guide.comnates: 37°53′6″N 22°59′15″E / °N.
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Kenchreai, eastern port Kenchreai Corinth: results of investigations by the University of Chicago and Indiana University for the American School of Classical Studies at Athens. References to this book. The First Urban Christians: The Social World of the Apostle Paul Wayne A.
Meeks Limited preview - Bibliographic information. Title: Topography and Architecture Volume 1 of Kenchreai - Eastern Port of Corinth Volume 1 of Kenchreai, Eastern Port of Corinth: Results of Investigations by the University of Chicago and 5/5(1).
Kenchreai served as the eastern port of Corinth throughout antiquity. The building was first excavated in by the Greek Archaeological Service, and it has been investigated since by the American Excavations at Kenchreai with permission from the Ministry of Culture under the auspices of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens.
In I directed the Kenchreai Cemetery Project under the auspices of the American School and with the permission of the Hellenic Ministry of Culture. This was an interdisciplinary study of a vast cemetery of Roman date near the ancient harbor of Kenchreai, the.
Given its location closest to the most fertile land in the Corinthia, its proximity to Corinth itself, and the number of western colonies tied to Corinth, it is not unreasonable to assume that Lechaeum was Corinth’s major port. Cenchreae: Plan of the Roman harbor and Koutsongila Ridge to the NE.
Chronique des fouilles en ligne. Hundreds of decorated ivory and bone fragments from furniture and parts from at least three crossed-leg chairs, survived under seawater in an apsidal room at Kenchreai, the Eastern port of ancient Corinth. Jan 01, · "KENCHREAI, EASTERN PORT OF CORINTH" published on 01 Jan by travel-australia-planning-guide.com by: 6.
Find nearly any book by W. Get the best deal by comparing prices from overbooksellers. used books, rare books and new books Bone, and Related Wood Finds (Kenchreai. Eastern Port of Corinth): Ivory, Bone, and Related Wood Finds (Kenchreai. Eastern Port of Corinth): ISBN (). in size to the Roman port of Anzio or Kenchreai, the eastern port of Corinth.3 Although the main break water and its extensions lie submerged today in places to a depth of ca.
3 m, they presumably rose above water in antiquity. Lewis has suggested that the breakwater originally was laid on a sand founCited by: This book addresses cult and religion in the city of Corinth from the 4th to 7th centuries of our era. The work incorporates and synthesizes all available evidence, literary, archaeological and travel-australia-planning-guide.com interaction and conflict between Christian and non-Christian activity is placed into Author: Richard M.
Rothaus. Corinth is also mentioned in the Acts of the Apostles as part of the Paul the Apostle's missionary travels. In addition, the second book of Pausanias' Description of Greece is devoted to Corinth. Ancient Corinth was one of the largest and most important cities of Greece, with a population of 90, in travel-australia-planning-guide.coml: Corinth.
Topography and Architecture. Robert Lorentz Scranton, Joseph W. Shaw, Leila Ibrahim. E.J. Brill, - Architecture - pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review.
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Contents. General Topography by Robert Scranton I. The Isthmus of Corinth Pettegrew, David Published by University of Michigan Press Pettegrew, David.
The Isthmus of Corinth: Crossroads of the Mediterranean travel-australia-planning-guide.com by: 2. Read the full-text online edition of Corinth, the First City of Greece: An Urban History of Late Antique Cult and Religion ().
the First City of Greece: An Urban History of Late Antique Cult and Religion. By Richard M. Rothaus. Kenchreai, Eastern Port of Corinth. Jun 01, · The final report on the architecture was announced but is not available at this writing (Robert L.
Scranton, Joseph A. Shaw, and Leila Ibrahim, Kenchreai: Eastern Port of Corinth: vol. 1: Topography and Architecture[Leiden: Brill, forthcoming]). When this report is published it may necessitate some revisions in my travel-australia-planning-guide.com by: 6.Kenchreai.
Eastern Port of Corinth. Vol. 6, Ivory, Bone, and Related Wood Finds.Just a few kilometres south of where the Diolkos would have joined the mooring area for the ships waiting in the Saronic Gulf, the ruins of a number of buildings in the Eastern harbour of Ancient Corinth, Kenchreai, can still be seen on and around the beach of modern-day Kechries.