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Visualization of Corinth in 2nd century CE

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Visualization of Corinth in 2nd century CE
Visualization of Corinth in 2nd century CE

Inserting computer reconstruction of ancient Corinth (central Greece) from the 2nd century CE. Corinth after years of wars on the Peloponnesian Peninsula, in 146 BCE was destroyed by the Romans. After 100 years, the city was rebuilt and became the capital of Achaia. In the 2nd century CE, it was a well-developed city with a port.

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