Temple of Apollo
Temple of Apollo – Dan Diffendale
3D TiN with Roman colony overlaid
3D TiN with Roman colony overlaid – Archaeological Mapping Lab
1 Meter Satellite Image of the forum area
1 Meter Satellite Image of the forum area – Google/Geoeye
4th Century BC Restored Plan
4th Century BC Restored Plan – Archaeological Mapping Lab
AD 150 Restored Plan
AD 150 Restored Plan – Archaeological Mapping Lab
Actual state plans digitized in AutoCAD
Actual state plans digitized in AutoCAD – Archaeological Mapping Lab

Since 1988 a research team from the Mediterranean Section of the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology at the University of Pennsylvania has been involved in making a computerized architectural and topographical survey of the Roman colony of Corinth. Known as the Corinth Computer Project, the fieldwork has been carried out under the auspices of the Corinth Excavations of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens, Dr. Charles K. Williams II, Director.

Although the excavations at Corinth by the American School have been underway for more than a century, aspects of the study of the layout of the Roman colony have remained incomplete due to the size and complexity of the site as well as its complicated history. A great deal of information about the Roman city, as well as many accurate plans, existed before the work of the Corinth Computer Project began. The original objectives were to study the nature of the city planning process during the Roman period at Corinth; to gain a more precise idea of the order of accuracy of the Roman surveyor; and to create a highly accurate computer generated map of the ancient city whereby one could discriminate between and study the successive chronological phases of the city’s development.

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