Ancient Corinth

Ancient Corinth

Ancient Corinth was one of the most important cities of Greece. In 400 BC it had a population of over 85,000. It was destroyed and rebuilt by the Romans between 146 and 44 BC. On this page are fourteen images of Ancient Corinth, including views of the ruined temple and the city from different vantage points. If you like these drawings of Ancient Corinth, you might be interested in the galleries of Delphi Greece or the Greek Empire as well. Enjoy!

 


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