Corinth Excavations Digital Archive
The archives from nearly continuous excavation spanning three centuries is vast and the links on this page provide on-line access to a portion of it.
Online DatabasesASCSA.net is supported and updated regularly, providing access to the excavation databases and archives. Contact Corinth Excavations if you require access privileges to restricted material. A significant portion of the images were scanned and catalogued within the framework of the Operational Program “Information Society” of the 3rd Community Support Framework with funding from the Office of Regional Development of the European Union (80%) and the Greek State (20%).
Kress Coin Project
Current efforts are in progress on the coin study collection, which comprises some 3,000 important numismatic examples, in a project funded by the Kress Foundation. Three fellows and our photographer Petros Dellatolas are working to scan old coin inventory cards, photograph the coins and catalogue numismatic data. Assistant Director Ioulia Tzonou is supervising the cataloging in the museum and Dr. Michael Ierardi is consulting electronically via email and Skype. The data will then be incorporated into the ASCSA.net online databases, where the study collection can be queried both as a separate collection and integrated with the greater coin collection and excavation data.
Collections in the databases
Excavation journals and notebooks
Architectural Drawings and Maps
Black and White Photographs
Excavation ManualThe current excavation manual is available in PDF
Corinth Volumes in JSTORAccess to the Corinth volumes in JSTOR (for subscribers to the relevant JSTOR collections).
A list of all volumes published in the Corinth series.
Made available on request for research purposes-GIS data from topographical survey 1999-present
-Excavation database structure in MS Access format
An online history of Corinth Excavations