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For over 1000 years, the city of Corinth derived most of its wealth from the maritime trade that passed through its two harbors. It remained one of the most prosperous and powerful cities of the Greek, Roman and Byzantine periods, earning her the nickname 'Wealthy Corinth.' A group of Greek and Danish archaeologists have conducted underwater excavations of the submerged Lechaion harbor. Hopefully the Lechaion Harbor Project will lead to a better understanding of how Corinth grew into the significant city it was.


Off-site Links:
- http://www.heritagedaily.com/2015/12/greek-and-danish-archaeologists-excavate-the-ancient-greek-harbour-town-lechaion/108880
- http://greece.greekreporter.com/2014/10/31/ancient-greek-port-revealed-near-corinth-peloponnese/

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