One of our early evening seminars in the village of Ancient Korinth, at Café Marinos, overlooking the Korinthian Gulf, while discussing Aeschylus' plays.
Although clothed and with shoes, we recreate a footrace at the original stadium at Nemea. Professor Taber did retain from ancient times, however, the threat that cheaters would be beaten. Click here to see photos from previous tours.
The wonderfu,l family-run Athenian travel agency with whom we've worked for many years: Educational Tours and Cruises
Kathimerini-- a high-quality Greek newspaper with an English edition
Dr. Timothy E. Gregory's 'Ohio State University Excavations at Isthmia' as well as his own home page. We will meet him in Ancient Corinth, and he usually manages to give us a tour of part of the Isthmia archaeological site, as well as the dig house he runs there.
Theoi Greek Mythology is a very nice site for info on Greek myths, complete with useful excerpts from primary sources: www.theoi.com
Sites about Ancient Korinth by:
The Hellenic Ministry of Culture
The University of Pennsylvania's Corinth Computer Project
The American School of Classical Studies' site about its Corinth Excavations
A page about Corinth at the Time of Paul's Arrival (authored by the Women's Division of the United Methodist Women)
Corinth, from a PBS Frontline installment entitled "From Jesus to Christ"
Background about Corinth in Paul's time is part of a clickable map
A site with much info on Ancient Corinth (including a live web cam): www.ancientcorinth.net/default.aspx
U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Health Information for Travelers to Greece