- The wonderful, 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.
- We’ll be seeing some of Jen’s 100 Best Things to Do in Greece.
- 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:
- The Hellenic Ministry of Culture
- The University of Pennsylvania’s Corinth Computer Project
- The American School of Classical Studies’ site about its Corinth Excavations
- Corinth, from a PBS Frontline installment entitled “From Jesus to Christ”
- Background about Corinth in Paul’s time as part of a clickable map
- A site with much info on Ancient Corinth (including a live web cam)
- The U.S. State Department’s Consular Information Sheet on Greece
- The U.S. Embassy in Athens
- Passport Application Site
- U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Health Information for Travelers to Greece