The Corinth Computer Project gratefully acknowledges the support of its academic sponsors. The field work of the project has been carried out under the auspices of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens, Corinth Excavations, Charles K. Williams, Director, to 1998 and G. D. R. Sanders, Director, 1998-present.
The laboratory work of the project has been accomplished in the Mediterranean Section of the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology in Philadelphia. I thank the successive directors of the museum, Dr. Robert H. Dyson and Dr. Jeremy Sabloff and the Curator-in-chief of the Mediterranean Section, Dr. Donald White for support and assistance. In addition, the project received early financial support from the School of Arts and Sciences and the Department of Classical Studies at the University of Pennsylvania.
In recent years the project has received grants from the 1984 Foundation and has benefited from the generosity of its sponsors. I thank all of the above for their interest and support, without which the project could not have been carried out. Results of the Corinth Computer Project have been presented in several publications. Additionally, Dr. Romano has attended several conferences on behalf of the Corinth Computer Project over the past 12 years. In the fall of 1998 a graduate level seminar, City and Landscape of Roman Corinth, was conducted. Students were assigned individual buildings and structures of the forum as their research projects, and a summary of their findings is presented on this website.
The work of the Corinth Computer Project has been carried out with the help of many students and interns who have contributed countless hours both in the laboratory and in the field.