By Carl W. Blegen, Richard Stillwell, Oscar Broneer, Alfred Raymond Bellinger
The most discoveries in the course of the 1926 season of excavations at the fortress above the most website of old Corinth have been the principles of the temple of Aphrodite and a impressive Hellenistic concrete vault erected to guard the spring of higher Peirene.
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VI, 1881, p. 355; Skias, loc. , 6E'. 5 A Latin form of the Greek iXepws. See Pape, op. , III, 2, p. 1618. 6 J. Schmidt, loc. , b; Skias, loc. , 6r'. 7 Cyriacus of Ancona, op. , No. 126; J. Schmidt, loc. , c; C. I. , III, 540. 8 Skias, loc. , 6Z'; I. , IV, 379. 9 Skias, loc. , 6H'; I. , IV, 380. 2 NO. 7, a-g CORINTH 54 The screen,unlike the walls of the entrance,is madeof soft porosoriginallycoveredwith stucco, most of which has disappeared. The entranceto the spring must have remained open to the sky for a very long time, and that accountsfor the weatheringon the front surface of the wholefagade.
N . BT . ATE FIGUR 26... FIGURE 26. DOORWAY BETWEEN NAVFEAND NARTIHEX the chronological terminus post quem for the final reconstruction of the Church. The pavement was laid slightly too high to fit the column bases of the earlier door; the one still left in the door opening continued nevertheless to be used as it stood (Fig. 26). There was no specific evidence to determine exactly when the final destruction of the Church took place. It can, at any rate, hardly have survived the first Turkish occupation.
38). They lay in a manner that indicated the collapse or burning of the roof. The layer averaged two tiles thick, and there were no gaps or heaping up of the tiles anywhere in the entire area. 65 m. 68 m. 56 m. 57 m. in width. The thickness at FIGURE 38. OF ROOF VIEW TILES. 07 m. 05 m. at the top. The tiles and covertiles were of the type commonly used in Greece prior to the Hellenistic period. 30 m. thick containing practically no sherds. 30 m. below the tiles, were traces of carbonized wood. Below the hard earth the soil was somewhat darker in color, and softer.