University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Athropology

Author: Charles K. Williams, II

The Corinth Excavations of 2011

From the Field

By: Charles K. Williams, II

The greek theater of ancient Corinth was reconstructed by the Romans when they re-established the destroyed city as Colonia Laus Julia Corinthiensis in 44 BC. At that time they redesigned the theater to Roman specifications, adding a free-standing single-room hall at either end of the new stage building. It is the hall at the west […]