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This section of the book Kenchreai Eastern Port of Corinth: Results of Investigation by the University of Chicago and Indiana University for the American School of Classical Studies at Athens presents several plates such as those depicting (1) a view toward northwest from apse of apsidal room showing entrance steps, fountain; (2) scanning electron micrograph of bone fragment; and (3) a seated old philosopher, low relief plaque; ivory. The excavations conducted from 1963 to 1968 by the University of Chicago and Indiana University, Bloomington, under the auspices of the American School of Classical Studies in Athens, were planned to reveal information about the "living and working conditions and facilities of the lowest classes, for the mechanics of operation of the Greek port, and for patterns of trade as well as evidence for the history of religion in Greece".

Keywords: American School of Classical Studies; Corinth; Indiana University; Kenchreai Eastern Port; University of Chicago



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