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Ancient harbour of Corinth undergoes excavation

Researchers are working to excavate the harbour at Lechaion, one of Corinth's two harbour towns. Corinth ranked among the most economically and militarily powerful, and enduring, cities of the Greek, Roman and Byzantine periods. The city had an exceptional geographical advantage in the North East corner of the Peloponnese and controlled

1,000 kg of cattle bones may mark lavish feasts

A metric ton worth of cattle bones have been found in an abandoned theatre in the ancient city of Corinth in Greece. Archaeologists believe that the theatre may have been used to prepare the meat for lavish feasts. A theater may seem an odd place for a butchery operation, MacKinnon said,