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Caraher Pettegrew James VayiaOffprint 2010

Caraher Pettegrew James VayiaOffprint 2010

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A scholarly article on the archaeological remains around Ano Vayia in the southeastern Corinthia.
A scholarly article on the archaeological remains around Ano Vayia in the southeastern Corinthia.

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dining in the sanctuary of demeter and kore1
Volume 792010
Copyright © The American School o Classical Studies at Athens, originally published in
79 (2010), pp. 385–415. This oprint is supplied orpersonal, non-commercial use only. The defnitive electronic version o thearticle can be ound at <http://dx.doi.org/10.2972/hesp.79.3.385>.
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towers andFortIFICatIonsat VaYIa In tHesoUtHeast CorIntHIa
 Alhgh al e have lg ee eal  he d  he fedladae  claal ad Helle Geee, he cha ha ael fged he vea, dee he hal gfae  exa fa he e. the ah  h ale e  he ee vega he Eae Kha Ahaelgal sve   e ad aaedfa  he eg  Vaa  he hea cha. b egag gah d, eve ve, ad aheal aal, he gge ha hee hee e eved  gad a emall dve eh  he cha de ad  e— lk—maj mame adlad e  he eg.
Recent work in the eastern Corinthia has expanded our understanding o the easternmost parts o the area under the control o the Greek polis o Corinth.
To date, however, much o this research has concentrated on theeastern part o the Corinthian Isthmus and the ar southeastern corner
1. An early version o this paper was presented at the 110th AnnualMeeting o the Archaeological Instituteo America in Philadelphia in 2009. William Caraher and David Pettegrew are responsible or the nal text o thisarticle; Sarah James prepared and wrotethe catalogue. Timothy Gregory pro- vided a preliminary analysis o thepottery in 2003, and Kate Pettegrew and Susannah Van Horn illustrated theartiacts. We are grateul to the codirectors o the Eastern Korinthia ArchaeologicalSurvey (EKAS), Timothy Gregory andDaniel Pullen, and the eld director, Thomas Tartaron, or encouraging us toinvestigate and publish the site o AnoVayia. Gregory acilitated our work atevery step o the way and helped usobtain access to the acilities at Isthmiaor a nal analysis o the nds. EKASand the Ohio State University Excava-tions at Isthmia kindly provided mate-rial equipment or the investigation,and participants rom both projectshelped us to discover, record, and draw these sites in 2001, 2003, and 2008. Weare especially grateul to Holly Cook, Jon Frey, Dimitri Nakassis, Kate Pette-grew, Lita Tzortzopoulou-Gregory, andAnthoulla Vassiliades or advice andassistance in the eld. The 37th Epho-reia o Classical and Prehistoric Antiq-uities provided cooperation andencouragement. This paper has beneted romconversations on site with Timothy Gregory and Yannis Lolos, and romcomments by Michael Dixon, DanielPullen, and Thomas Tartaron. The twoanonymous
reviewers providedthoughtul and critical comments onour interpretations that contributed to amore thorough, nuanced, and balancedpresentation o the argument.Finally, we are grateul to MessiahCollege or supporting Pettegrew’sresearch with a Humanities Enrich-ment Fund Travel Grant, and theAmerican School o Classical Studiesat Athens, where Caraher prepared hiscontributions while serving as the RhysCarpenter Fellow.

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