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Central panel with waterbirds.

Transitional Late Geometric/Early Protocorinthian period

Ancient Corinth, Well 1978-4

 

Corinth Museum

C-1978-266

Middle Corinthian broad-bottomed oinochoe.

Attributed to the Geledakis Painter.

From the North Cemetery, Corinth, Grave 155, outside offering.

Early 6th century BCE.

H 0.222 m

 

Corinth Museum

T-1516

 

H. Palmer, Corinth XIII, The North Cemetery (1964), p. 179, no. 155-a, plsl. A, 85

Left: Corinthian olpe. The figure (not seen) driving the chariot is identified as Akamas. Note also the lizard, labeled askalabos, in front of the horses.

From Corinth.

575-550 BCE

NM inv. 521

 

Right: Corinthian olpe with male and female heads.

From Corinth.

575-550 BCE.

NM Inv. 522

 

Athens National Archaeological Museum

Statue of the Good Shepherd

Marble

Corinth

4th c. CE

 

Byzantine & Christian Museum, Athens

BXM 2

Fragment of an olpe. Note the equiform crest-support on the left-most figure.

H 0.103 m

Late Corinthian, ca. 570-550 BCE

Probably by the Tydeus Painter

 

From outside the south Long Building, Potters' Quarter, Corinth

 

Corinth Museum

KP 1161 a,b

 

A.N. Stillwell et al., Corinth XV, I: The Potters' Quarter: The Pottery (1984), pp. 166-167, no. 875

Attic Black Figure lekythos with Amazonomachy.

Class of Athens 581

H 0.189 m

 

Corinth, North Cemetery, Tomb 272, no. 6 (T 1077)

ca. 490-480 BCE

 

Corinth Museum

 

This vase was among those stolen from the Corinth Museum in April of 1990, but since recovered.

Late Geometric or Early Proto-Corinthian.

From the Potters' Quarter, Corinth.

 

See:

A.N. Stillwell, "Eighth Century B.C. Inscriptions from Corinth," AJA 37.4 (1933), 605-610.

 

A.N. Stillwell et al., Corinth XV, I: The Potters' Quarter: The Pottery (1984), pp. 40-41, no. 143

 

Corinth Museum

KP 1336 b (left), a (right)

Marble statuette of Aphrodite, perhaps of the cult type of the Armed Aphrodite of Acrocorinth.

Roman period, Corinth

 

Corinth Museum

S-2548

Byzantine incised-sgraffito ware

12th century CE

Corinth

 

Corinth Museum

Statue base of Acrocorinthian limestone, found reused in a partition wall in the Forum Northwest Stoa, Corinth.

 

See L. R. Taylor and Allen B. West, "The Euryclids in Latin Inscriptions from Corinth,"

AJA 30.4 (1926), pp. 389-393.

Corinth-08-02, 67 = AE 1927, 1

H 0.76 m

 

Ti(beri) Claudi Caesar(is) / Aug(usti) Germanici / procuratori / C(aio) Iulio C(ai) f(ilio) Fab(ia) Laconi / augur(i) agonothet(ae) / Isthm(ia) et Caesareon(!) / IIvir(o) quinq(uennali) cur(ioni) fla(mini) Aug(usti) / Cydichus Simonis / Thisbeus b(ene) m(erenti)

 

Transcription from Epigraphik-Datenbank Clauss-Slaby.

Middle Corinthian panel amphora

Geledakis Painter, 590-570 BCE

H 0.306 m

 

From a well north of shop IV of the South Stoa, Corinth.

 

Corinth Museum

C-50-101

 

See D. A. Amyx, "The Geledakis Painter," Hesperia 25.1 (1956), pp. 73-77.

Bronze strigil with incised decoration.

From the cemetery at Frangonisi, neari Miraka, Elis. 2nd-4th c. CE.

Olympia, Archaeological Museum, B 5701

 

Lower left: spherical aryballos with brown slip.

From Olympia. Archaic period.

Olympia, Archaeological Museum, Π 165.

 

Lower right: spherical black-glaze aryballos.

From Olympia. Archaic period.

Olympia, Archaeological Museum, K 652.

 

Center: Corinthian spherical aryballos with swam.

From the Heraion, Delos. First half of the 6th c. BCE.

Delos, Archaeological Museum, B 6519.

 

Top: Corinthian spherical aryballos with quatrefoil decoration.

Grave 147, North Cemetery, Corinth. 590-570 BCE.

Corinth, Archaeological Museum, T 2938.

 

On display in the Museum of the History of the Olympic Games in Antiquity.

Ancient Olympia, Greece

Upper left: Corinthian spherical aryballos with quatrefoil decoration.

Grave 22A, North Cemetery, Corinth. 590-570 BCE.

Corinth, Archaeological Museum, CP 0601.

 

Lower left: Corinthian alabastron depicting a griffin.

From the Heraion, Delos. First half of the 6th c. BCE.

Delos, Archaeological Museum, B 6431.

 

Center: bronze strigil.

Unknown provenance. Second half of the 5th c. BCE

Athens, National Archaeological Museum, X 24425.

 

Right: Corinthian spherical aryballos with warriors.

Grave 159, North Cemetery, Corinth. 590-570 BCE.

Corinth, Archaeological Museum, T 3230.

 

On display in the Museum of the History of the Olympic Games in Antiquity.

Ancient Olympia, Greece

12th c. CE

 

Archaeological Museum of Ancient Corinth, Greece

Torso of Aphrodite, or the nymph Peirene.

Found near the east entrance of Peirene Fountain, Corinth

Roman Period

H 0.86 m

 

Corinth IX, p. 38, no. 36

 

Corinth Museum

S-54

Fikellura-style olpe of the Lion Group

East Greek production, probably at Miletos.

Archaic period, ca. 550-540 BCE

 

Corinth Museum

CP-872

Marble head of a man, Roman, late 1st cent. BCE (?)

From the northwest area of the Forum, Corinth

 

Corinth Museum

S 1155

Pyxis with lid/πυξίδα με πώμα, C-1968-052

Juglet (prochous)/πρόχους, C-1968-051

Lekythos/λήκυθος, C-1968-054

 

From the North Cemetery, Ancient Corinth

Protogeometric/Early Geometric, ca. 1050-825 BCE

 

Archaeological Museum of Ancient Corinth, Greece

Frankish statuette.

Corinth. 13th Century CE

 

Corinth Museum

First quarter of the 5th c. BCE

 

Archaeological Museum of Ancient Corinth, Greece

Inv. SF 40-1

Marble head of Julius Caesar.

1st cent. CE (? Perhaps reused in the 3rd cent. CE)

Corinth, findspot unknown

 

Corinth Museum

S 2771

Oinochoe, 8th c. BCE

Pyxis, C-1968-059, ca. 1050-825 BCE

Oinochoe, 8th c. BCE

 

Archaeological Museum of Ancient Corinth, Greece

From the North Market, Corinth

 

Corinth Museum

S-1470

Late Corinthian kotyle

From the Southeast Building, Corinth, Well at I-23.

H 0.109 m

 

Corinth Museum

C-47-648

 

D.A. Amyx & P. Lawrence, Corinth VII,2: Archaic Corinthian Pottery and the Anaploga Well (1975), pp. 56-57, no. 209, pl. 39

Corinthian oinochoe, Outline Style, showing a torch race

ca. 420 BCE

H 0.217 m

From Forum well 1934-10

 

Corinth Museum

C-34-362

 

M. Z. Pease, "A Well of the Late Fifth Century at Corinth," Hesperia 6.2 (1937), p. 311, no. 235, fig. 40

In the shape of a warrior or emperor.

From the area of the West Shops, Corinth. Lost wax method.

 

4th century CE

H 0.21 m

Weight: 5.8 kg

 

See F. O. Waagé, "Bronze Objects from Old Corinth, Greece," AJA 39.1 (1935), pp. 79-91