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This index presents a list of names, concepts and terms that occur in 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. The entries are arranged in alphabetical order from A to Z. Two basic categories of materials were found in the fountain court and temple cellar: materials related to a major renovation and redecoration of some or all of the buildings in the temple complex, and materials that had been, either at that time or subsequently, deposited in the area. The materials associated with the renovation can be expected to be contemporaneous. Among the supplies assembled for the renovation were the still-crated, stacked panels of glass opus sectile.

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

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