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Ambivalent Landscapes of the 6th century at Corinth in Contrast

As readers of this blog know (here and here), I’ve been working on a conference paper for the Corinth in Contrast Conference at the end of this week.  This paper is, in effect, an archaeological and architectural argument for the impact of Justinian on the Corinthian Isthmus.  (These ideas developed, more or less, from my analysis of a pair of texts that reference Justinian from the Isthmus).

You’ve read the drafts, so here’s the paper:

Caraher Ambivalent Landscape 2010
http://d1.scribdassets.com/ScribdViewer.swf?document_id=38304843&access_key=key-29s5z4gyidaj9o4ldpu0&page=1&viewMode=list

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