Bibliography

Publications 1989-2009


V. Anderson-Stojanović

“A Well in the Rachi Settlement at Isthmia,” Hesperia 62 (1993) 257-302.

“The University of Chicago Excavations in the Rachi Settlement at Isthmia, 1989″, Hesperia 65(1996)57-98

“A Third-century B.C. Deposit from the South Slope Cistern in the Rachi Settlement at Isthmia,” Fourth International Conference on Hellenistic Pottery, Mytilene, 1994; Praktika, 1-10

“Corinthian West Slope Pottery”, in  Ε‘ Επιστημονική Συνάτιση για την Ελληνιστική Κεραμική, Athens 2000, 381-385.

“Dinner at the Isthmus: Hellenistic Cooking Ware from the Rachi Settlement at Isthmia ΣΤ Επιστημονικη Συναντηση για την Ελληνιστικη Κεραμικη (Volos 2000) 623-630

“Demeter and Kore at the Isthmus of Corinth”, in Vestigatio Vetustatis (Festschrift for Aleksandrina Cermanović-Kuzmanović, Centre for Archaeological Research, vol. 20, Belgrade 2001, 31-47

“Ancient Beehives from Isthmia” Hesperia 71 (2002) 345-376.

“Demeter and Kore at the Isthmus of Corinth,” in Peloponnesian Sanctuaries and Cults. Proceedings of the 9th International Symposium at the Swedish Institute at Athens, 11-13 June 1994, R. Hagg, ed., Skrifter utgivna av Svenska institutet i Athen, 4°, vol. 48, Stockholm 2002, 75-83

”Olive Oil Production at the Isthmus of Corinth”, HistriaAnt 15 (2007) 89-98

” Pottery from destruction deposits of the Rachi settlement at Isthmia ca. 200 B.C.” in: Ζ’ ΕλλΚερ. (April 4-9, 2005, Aigio, Greece), in press!

V. Anderson-Stojanovic and J. Ellis Jones

“Ancient Beehives from Isthmia,” Hesperia 71 (2002), 345-376.

Arafat, K.

‘Archaic pottery at Isthmia: A Preliminary Survey’, in Céramique et peinture grecques, eds. M.-C. Villanueva-Puig, F. Lissarrague, P. Rouillard, and A. Rouveret,  Paris, 1999, pp. 55-61.

“The Pottery of c.700-550 B.C. from the Sanctuary of Poseidon at Isthmia”, International Vasen-Symposion 24-28 September 2001, Kiel. .

‘Some Archaic plainwares from Isthmia’. Griechische Keramik in kulturellen Kontext, eds. B. Schmaltz & M. Söldner (Münster 2003) 27-30. .

‘Archaic pottery at Isthmia:  a preliminary survey’. Céramique et peinture grecques:  modes d’emploi eds. M.-C. Villanueva Puig et al. (Paris, Louvre 1999) 55-61, 487-8. .

A  Middle Corinthian puzzle from Isthmia, Essays in Classical Archaeology for Eleni Hatzivassiliou 1977-2007, ed. D. Kurtz et al. (Oxford, Beazley Archive 2008) 55-64.

Ann E.Beaton and Paul A Clement

“The Date of the Destruction of the Sanctuary of Poseidon on the Isthmus of Corinth”, Hesperia 45 (1976) 267-79.

William R. Biers

“Plastic Vases from Isthmia,” Hesperia, 61, 1992

William R. Biers and Daniel J. Geagan

“A New List of Victors in the Caesarea at Isthmia,” Hesperia 39 (1970) 79-93.

O. Broneer

“An Official Rescript from Corinth”, Hesperia 8 (1939) 181-90.

“Colonia Laus Julia Corinthiensis,” Hesperia 10 (1941) 388-390.

“Hero Cults in the Corinthian Agora,” Hesperia 11 (1942) 128-161.

“Isthmia Excavations, 1952,” Hesperia 22 (1953) 182-95.

“Excavations at Isthmia, 1954,” Hesperia 24 (1955) 110-141.

“The Enigma Explained,” Archaeology 9 (1956) 268-272.

“Excavations at Isthmia, Third Campaign, 1955-1956,” Hesperia, 27 (1958) 1-37.

“The Corinthian Isthmus and the Isthmian Sanctuary,” Antiquity 32 (1958) 80-88.

“Excavations at Isthmia, Fourth Campaign, 1957-1958,” Hesperia 28 (1959) 298-343.

“Isthmiaca, Investigations at the Site of the Isthmian Games,” Klio XXXIX (1961), 249-270.

“The Isthmus of Corinth at the End of the Bronze Age,”  Atti del Settimo Congresso internazionale di Archeologia classica, Roma-Napoli 6-13 sett., 1958 I Rome (1961) 243-49

“Excavations at Isthmia, 1959-1961,” Hesperia 31 (1962), 1-25.

“The Apostle Paul and the Isthmian Games,” Biblical Archaeologist 25 (1962) 2-31.

“The Isthmian Victory Crown,” AJA 66 (1962) 259-68.

“The Temple of Poseidon at Isthmia,” Charisterion eis A.K. Orlandon Vol. III, 1964, 61-85. “The Cyclopaean Wall on the Isthmus of Corinth and its Bearing on Late Bronze Age Chronology”, Hesperia 35 (1966) 346-362.

“The Cyclopaean Wall of the Isthmus of Corinth, Addendum,” Hesperia 37 (1968) 25-35.

“Paul and the Pagan Cults of Isthmia,” Harvard Theological Review 64(1971) 169-187

Isthmia I: The Temple of Poseidon. Princeton, 1971

Isthmia II: Topography and Architecture Princeton, 1973

Isthmia III: Terracotta Lamps Princeton, 1977

“The Isthmian Sanctuary of Poseidon,” in ¯Neue Forschungen in griechischen Heiligtümern, ed. U. Jantzen, Tübingen 1976, pp. 39-62.

Paul A. Clement

“Isthmia,“  BCH, Chronique  XCII (1968), 773-786.

“Isthmia 1967,“  ArchDelt 23 (1968), B’1, Chronika [1969], 137-143.

Isthmia,“ ArchDelt 24 (1969) Chronika, 116-119.

“Isthmia Excavations 1969,“ ArchDelt 25 (1970), B’1 Chronika [1972] 161-167.

Isthmia,“ BCH 94 (1970) 946-49.

”Isthmia Excavations,“ ArchDelt 26 (1971) 100-111

ArchDelt, 27 B1, (1972) 224-31

ArchDelt 28 B1, (1973) 143-49

ArchDelt 31 (1976) 65-70

“L. Kornelios Korinthos of Corinth,”  Foros:Tribute to Benjamin Dean Meritt edd. D.W.Bradeen & M.F. McGregor, Locust Valley, N.Y. 1974, pp. 36-39.

“The Date of the Hexamilion,” Essays in Memory of Basil Laourdas, Thessaloniki 1975, pp. 159-164.

“Alaric and the 30 Fortifications of Greece,” Ancient Macedonia II: Second International Conference, August 19-24, 1973, Thessalonike: Institute for Balkan Studies 1977, pp. 135-137.

“Isthmian Notes,” Filia Epe eis Georgion E. Mylonan, 2, Athens, 1987, pp. 380-83.

Further Reports on Clement’s Excavations:

Catling, H.W. “Archaeology in Greece, 1971-72. Isthmia (1971), AR, 1972, pp. 7-8

____________, Isthmia (1972), AR1973, pp. 9-10

____________, Isthmia, AR 1976, pp. 10

____________, Isthmia, AR 1978, pp. 21-22

____________, Isthmia. AR 1979, pp. 11-12

____________, Isthmia. AR 1984, pp. 19-20.

Paul A. Clement and Margaret M. Thorne

“From the West Cemetery at Isthmia, Hesperia 43 (1974) 401-11

J.J. Coulton, rev. of Isthmia vols.I,II, JHS 95 (1975) 271-2.

Evershed, R. V.R. Anderson-Stojanović, S.D. Dudd, E.R. Gebhard,

“New Chemical Evidence for the Use of Combed Ware in Pottery Vessels as Beehives in Ancient Greece,” JAS 30 (2002) 1-12

Daniel J. Geagan

“A Letter of Trajan to a Synod at Isthmia,” Hesperia 44 (1975) 397-401.

“Notes on the Agonistic Institutions of Roman Corinth,” Greek, Roman and Byzantione Studies, 9 (1968) 69-76

“The Isthmian Dossier of P. Licinius Priscus Juventianus,” Hesperia 58 (1989) 349-360.

“Corinthian/Isthmian Three-sided Steles,” The Ancient World 36.1 [2005] 146-155

Elizabeth R. Gebhard

The Theater at Isthmia  Chicago, 1973.

“The Sanctuary of Poseidon on the Isthmus of Corinth and the Isthmian Games,”  in Mind and Body: Athletic Contests in Ancient Greece ed. O. Alexandri, 1989, pp.82-88.

“Early Greek Wall Decoration and the Doric Order”,  Resumes, 13 Internationaler Kongress fur Klassische Archaeologie, Berlin, 24-30 Juli, 1988, p. 175.

“The Early Stadium at Isthmia and the Founding of the Isthmian Games,” in Proceedings of an International Symposium on the Olympic Games (September, 1988), eds. William Coulson and Helmut Kyrieleis , Athens 1992, pp. 73-79.

“The Evolution of a Panhellenic Sanctuary: From Archaeology towards history at Isthmia,” in Greek Sanctuaries, New Approaches, eds. Nanno Marinatos and Robin Hägg, London 1993, pp. 154-77

“The Isthmian Games and the Sanctuary of Poseidon in the Early Empire,” The Corinthia in the Roman Period, ed. T. Gregory, Journal of Roman Archaeology, Suppl. Vol. 8, 1994, pp. 78-94.

“Small Dedications in the Archaic Temple of Poseidon at Isthmia,” in Ancient Greek cult practice from the archaeological evidence. Proceedings of the Fourth International Seminar on Ancient Greek Cult, organized by the Swedish Institute at Athens, 22-24 October 1993 (ActaAtha-8:o, 15) ed. Robin Hägg, Stockholm 1998, pp. 91-115

“Location of Early Iron Age Activity”, Chapter 1.7 and Appendix 3 in Isthmia 8: The Mycenaean Settlement and Early Iron Age Sanctuary at Isthmia by Catherine Morgan, , Princeton 2000, pp. 195-230

“The Archaic Temple at Isthmia: Techniques of Construction,” in Archaische griechische Tempel und Altägypten ed. M. Bietak, Wien 2001,  pp. 41-61

“The Gods in Transit: Narratives of Cult Transfer” in Antiquity and Humanity, Essays on Religion and Philosophy presented to Hans Dieter Betz on his 70th Birthday, eds. A.D. Collins and M.M. Mitchell, Tübingen 2001 pp. 451-476.

“The Beginnings of Panhellenic Games at the Isthmus” in Olympia 1875-2000, 125 Jahre Deutsche Ausgrabungen, Internationales Symposium, Berlin 9.-11. November 2000, ed. Helmut. Kyrieleis, Mainz am Rhein 2002, pp. 221-237

“Caves and Cults at the Isthmian Sanctuary of Poseidon”, in Peloponnesian Sanctuaries and Cults.  Skrifter utgivna av Svenska institutet i Athen in 4 (ActaAth-4), (9th International Symposium, Athens, June 11-13, 1994, ed. R. Hagg,  Stockholm 2002, pp. 59-70

“Rites for Melikertes-Palaimon in the Early Roman Corinthia”, in Urban Religion of Roman Corinth: Interdisciplinary Approaches, ed. Daniel Scholwalter, Cambridge, Ma. 2005, pp. 165-204.

“Poseidon on the Isthmus: Between Macedon and Rome, 198-196 B.C.”.  Conference: “Greek Sanctuaries as Lieux de Memoire.” Münster, 20 January 2006. forthcoming

“The Principles governing Pausanias’ Isthmian Narrative,” in Corinthia and Northeast Peloponnesus. Topography and History from Prehistory to the End of Antiquity. (Loutraki 26-29 March, 2009), forthcoming

E. Gebhard and Matthew W. Dickie

“Melikertes-Palaimon: Hero of the Isthmian Games,” in Ancient Greek Hero Cult. Proceedings of the Fifth International Seminar on Ancient Greek Cult, Göteborg University, 21-23 April 1995 (ActaAth-8:0, 16), ed. by R. Hägg, Stockholm 1998. pp. 159-165.

“The View from the Isthmus: ca. 200 – 44 B.C.” Chapter 16, Corinth, The Centenary, 1896-1996, Volume XX of Corinth. Results of Exacavations conducted by the American School of Classical Studies at Athens, eds. Charles K. Williams II and Nancy Bookidis, Princeton 2003, pp. 261-278.

Gebhard, E.R. and F.P Hemans

“University of Chicago Excavations at Isthmia, 1989:I,” Hesperia 61 (1992) 1-77.

“University of Chicago Excavations at Isthmia, 1989:II,”  Hesperia 67 (1998) 1-63.

E. Gebhard,, Frederick Hemans and John W. Hayes

“University of Chicago Excavations at Isthmia, 1989:III,” Hesperia 67.4 (1998) 405-456.

E. Gebhard and David Reese

“Sacrifices to Poseidon and Melikertes-Palaimon at Isthmia,” in Greek Sacrificial Ritual, Olympian and Chthonian, Proceeding of the Sixth International Seminar on Ancient Greek Cult, Göteborg University, 25-27 April 1997, (ActaAth-8:o, 18) eds. R. Hägg and B. Alroth, Stockholm,2005, pp. 125-154.

E. Gebhard and Martha Risser

“Sacrifice and Feasting at the Isthmian Sanctuary of Poseidon”, with Martha Risser; in Cibo per gli uomini, cibo per i dei (5-8 May, 2005, Piazza Armerina, Sicily). Forthcoming

Timothy E. Gregory

Isthmia, 5. The Hexamilion and Fortress, Princeton, 1993.

“The Roman Bath at Isthmia. Preliminary report 1972-1992,” Hesperia 64 (1995) 279-313

Timothy E. Gregory and Harrianne Mills

“The Roman Arch at Isthmia,”  Hesperia, 53 (1985) 407-445.

J. W. Hayes

“Recent Work on Roman Imported and Local Pottery from the Athenian Agora and the Isthmian Sanctuary,” Kolloquium, Hellenistisches und kaiserzeitliche Keramik des Ostlichen Mittelmeergebietes, (Frankfort, April, 1995)

F.P. Hemans

“The Archaic Roof Tiles at Isthmia, A Re-examination,” Hesperia 58 (1989) 251-266.

“Greek Architectural Terracottas from the Sanctuary of Poseidon at Isthmia,”  Greek Architectural Terracottas, ed. N. Winter, Hesperia, Supplement 27 (1994), 61-83.,.

John G. Hawthorne

“THe Myth of Palaemon,” Transactions of the American Philological Association, 89 (1958), 92-98.

R. Hohlfelder

“Trans-Isthmian Walls in the Age of Justinian,” GRBS, 18 (1977) 173-179.

Alastar H. Jackson

“Arms and Armour at the Panhellenic Sanctuary of Poseidon at Isthmia,” in Proceedings of an International Symposium on the Olympic Games (September, 1988), eds. William Coulson and Helmut Kyrieleis, Athens, 1992, pp. 141-44.

“Hoplites and the Gods: the Dedication of Captured Arms and Armour,” in Hoplites. The Classical Greek Battle Experience, V. Davis Hanson, ed. London, 1991, pp. 228-249.

David Jordan

“Inscribed Lead Tablets from the Games in the Sanctuary of Poseidon on the Isthmus of Corinth,” Hesperia 63 (1994) 111-126..

D. Jordan and A.J.S. Spawforth

“A New Document from the Isthmian Games,” Hesperia, 51 (1982) 65-68. (ekrino tablet)

M.Kajava

“Minimum Corinthium”, Arctos, 36 (2002)

Chrysoula P. Kardara

“Dyeing and Weaving Works at Isthmia,” AJA, 65 (1961), 261-266.

“ΒΑΦΗ ΒΑΦΕΙΑ ΚΑΙ ΒΑΦΑΙ ΚΑΤΑ ΤΗΝ ΑΡΧΑΙΟΤΗΤΑ,”

Hesperia, 43 (1974) 446-453

“The Isthmian Wall,” AAA, 4 (1971) 85-89.

P. Nick Kardulias

“The Byzantine Fortress at Isthmia, Greece and the Transition from Late Antiquity to the Medieval period in the Aegean Region, diss. Ohio State University, 1988.

“Flaked Stone from Isthmia”, Hesperia 78 (2009) 307-346.

Helmut Koester

“Melikertes at Isthmia: A Roman Mystery Cult”, Essays in Honor of Abraham J. Malherbe, eds. D.L. Balch, E. Ferguson, W.A. Meeks, Minneapolis, 1990, pp. 355-66.

Marietta Sasel Kos

“Inscriptiones Latinae in Graecia repertae, Additmenta ad CIL III,” Epigrafia e Antichitÿag, Studi a cura dell’Istituto di Storia antica dell’Universitÿag di Bologna, Faenza, 1979, nos. 113-123; pp. 52-55.

“The Latin inscriptions from Isthmia   346-352

Steven Lattimore

Isthmia 6: Sculpture II, Marble Sculpture, 1967-1989, Princeton, 1996.

David MacDowall

“The Byzantine Coin Hoard found at Isthmia,” Archaeology, 18 (1965) 264-67.

P. Monceaux

“Fouilles et Reseaches archÿeaologiques au sanctuaire des Jeux Isthmiques, ” GazArch, 9, (1884) 273-85; 354ff

“Fouilles”,  GazArch, 10 (1885) 205-214; 402ff.

Catherine Morgan

Athletes and Oracles, The Transformation of Olympia and Delphi in the Eighth Century B.C., Cambridge, 1990.

“The Origins of Pan-Hellenism”, in N. Marinatos and R. Hägg eds., Greek Sanctuaries. New Approaches. London, 1993, pp. 18-44.

“The Evolution of a Sacral ‘Landscape’: Isthmia, Perachora and the Early Corinthian State,” in S. Alcock and R. Osborne, eds., Placing the Gods, Sanctuaries and Sacred Space in Ancient Greece  Oxford, pp. 106-143.

“From Palace to Polis? Religious Developments on the Greek Mainland during the Bronze Age/Iron Age Transition,” in P. Hellstrom, ed. Religion and Power in the Ancient Greek World, Uppsala, 1996 (Boreas 24), Uppsala: University of Uppsala Press, 41-57.

“Ritual and Society in the early Iron Age Corinthia,” in R. Hägg ed., Ancient Greek cult practice from the archaeological evidence. Proceedings of the Fourth International Seminar on Ancient Greek Cult, organized by the Swedish Institute at Athens, 22-24 October 1993 (ActaAtha-8:o, 15) ed. Robin Hägg, Stockholm 1998, pp. 73-90.

“The Corinthian Aristocracy and Corinthian Cult during the Eighth Century B.C.,” in R. Hagg ed., Peloponnesian Sanctuaries and Cults. Proceedings of the 9th International Symposium at the Swedish Institute at Athens, 11-13 June 1994, Stockholm, pp. 45-51.

“Problems and Prospects in the Study of Corinthian Pottery Production,” in Magna Greca e Corinto. Atti del XXXIV Convegno di Studi sulla Magna Grecia, Taranto 7-11 ott. 1994, Taranto pp. 313-344

Isthmia 8: The Mycenaean Settlement and the Early Iron Age Sanctuary, Princeton. 2000.

Catherine Morgan and K.W. Arafat

“Pots and Potters in Corinth and Athens: A review,” Oxford Journal of Archaeology, 8, 1989 pp. 311-346.

Catherine Morgan and T. Whitelaw

“Pots and Politics: Ceramic Evidence for the Rise of the Argive State,” AJA 95 (1991). 79-108.

Pamela Packard

“A Monochrome Mosaic at Isthmia,” Hesperia, 49 (1980) 326-46.

Jeanne Marty Peppers

“The Nymphs at Poseidon’s Sanctuary,” Hommages ÿag Maarten J. Vermasern, 2, Leiden, 1978, pp. 931-37.

“Isthmian Roman Pottery, 1967-1972, Diss. U. of Pennsylvania, 1979.

“Three pottery deposits and the history of Roman Isthmia,” in T. E. Gregory (ed.), The Corinthia in the Roman Period including the papers given at a symposium held at the Ohio State University on 7-9 March, 1991. Journal of Roman Archaeology Suppl. 8 (Ann Arbor 1993) 113-129

Isabelle Raubitschek

Isthmia 7: The Metal Objects (1952-1989), Princeton, 1998

Brunilde S. Ridgeway

“A Poros Kouros from Isthmia,” Hesperia, 44 (1975) 426-430.

Louis Robert

“Un edifice du sanctuaire de l’Isthme dans une inscription de Corinth,” Hellenica, 1, 1940, pp. 43-53.

W. Rostoker and E. Gebhard

“The Sanctuary of Poseidon at Isthmia: Techniques of Metal Manufacture,”  Hesperia, 49, (1980) 347-63.

“Iron Smelting at Isthmia,” Journal of the Historical Metallurgy Society, 15 (1981), 41-44

“The Reproduction of Roof tiles for the Archaic Temple of Poseidon at Isthmia, Greece,” Journal of Field Archaeology, 8 (1981) 211-27

W. Rostoker, M. McNallan and E. Gebhard

“Melting/Smelting of Bronze at Isthmia,” Journal of the Historical Metallury Society, 17 (1983) 23-27.

David W. Rupp

“The Lost Classical Palaimonion Found?” Hesperia 48 (1979) 64-72.

M. Sakellariou and N. Faraklas

Corinthia-Cleonaea, Athens, 1971

Marjeta Sasel-Kos

“The Latin Inscriptions from Isthmia,” Vestnik(Ljubljana), 29 (1978)346-53.

M. Sturgeon

Isthmia 4. The Sculpture, 1952-1967, Princeton, 1988.

Cynthia Thompson and Thomas Robinson

“The Theater Caves at Isthmia”, Numina Aegea, 3 (1974) 6-9.

James R. Wiseman

“A Trans-Isthmian Fortification Wall”,  Hesperia, 32 (1963) 248-75.

Corinthian Trans-Isthmian Walls and the Defense of the Peloponnesos, Chicago diss., 1966.

The Land of the Ancient Corinthians, Paul Ǻstrüms, Güteborg, 1978.

“Corinth and Rome I: 228 B.C. – A.D. 267,” ANRW II.7.1, 1979, pp. 438-548.

Brigitta Wohl

“A Deposit of Lamps from the Roman Bath at Isthmia”, Hesperia, L (1981) 112-40.

“Darkness and light. Lamps from a tunnel at Isthmia, Greece” L.Chrzanovski (dir),Lychnological Acts.1. Actes du ler Congrès international d’ètudes sur le luminaire antique (Nyon-Genève, 29.1x-4.x.2003) (Monogr.Instrimentum, 31) Montagnac 2005, 211-216.