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This index presents a list of terms and concepts relevant to the discussion of distinctions between elite and non-elite Corinthians. The knowledge of the so-called interim period - the century between the destruction of the Greek city of Corinth by the Roman general Mummius in 146 BCE and the refounding of Corinth as a Roman colony by Julius Caesar in 44 BCE. During this period Corinth did not exist institutionally as a city, but it is clear that there were people in the area.

Keywords: Greek city; non-elite Corinthians; Roman general Mummius



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