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the modern Greek port near the site of the ancient city that was second only to Athens

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The acquisition of the Heartland Cabinet Building is the second joint venture for Corinth Land and Prattco Creekway.
16 November 2017 - Texas, US-based commercial real estate agency Corinth Land Co.
Corinth sits at Mississippi's far northeast corner, which even into the mid-19th century was mostly just quiet, rolling hills.
Her husband, Jason, has married another woman, Glauke, daughter of Creon the King of Corinth.
Pettegrew presents readers with a comprehensive examination of the history of trade, culture, and commerce on the Isthmus of Corinth from the initial presence of the Romans in Greece during the Hellenistic period through to the major shifts in the Roman Empire during late antiquity.
Given the difficulty of providing evidence for broad statements about religious communities throughout the Roman Empire, I have chosen to narrow my focus to one particular setting: Roman Corinth in the first century Analyzing the population in one location during a specific time frame allows clear comparisons among Christians, Jews, and worshipers of Roman, Greek, and Egyptian cults instead of general statements about how most Christians related to most Jews or polytheists throughout the Empire Corinth is a compelling choice for this type of study because its population contained significant numbers of Greeks, Romans, Jews, and Christians.
BAKE[pounds sterling] (CyHAN)- Trans Adriatic Pipeline AG (TAP) awarded a contract to Corinth Pipeworks S.
Saratoga & North Creek Railway is proposing shipping "low level" radioactive waste from Knolls Atomic Power Laboratory through Corinth to a waste disposal site in Texas.
Two lucky winners from Pella, Macedonia, and Corinth, Peloponnese shared last week's near-record Joker prize of 18.
A third conference on the ancient city of Corinth was held during September-October 2010 in Austin, Texas, and this corresponding third volume of proceedings contains 12 papers on elites and non-elites, socio-economic inequalities in Corinth, and inequalities in gender and religion in Roman Corinth.
AP) -- Northeast Mississippi Community College and Blue Mountain College have reached an agreement on an accelerated degree partnership program to be based on the Northeast Mississippi campus in Corinth.
Each of the following student members have received a $1,000 scholarship: Jenna Akerley, Corinth Central School, Andrea Brenner, Shenendehowa High School, James Campbell, Saratoga Springs High School, and Rebecca Sheely, Schuylerville High School.
A Greek temple in Corinth, which had not benefited from modern facilities, was illuminated by electricity as part of its recent restoration.
Washington, Dec 2 (ANI): A new research has revealed that medieval Corinth was involved in long distance trade throughout the Middle East.