The Corinth Computer Project gratefully acknowledges the assistence and support of our corporate sponsors over the years, all of whom have provided educational grants or educational consideration towards the work of the project. We would welcome the interest of individuals or corporations in the future work of the project. If you would be interested in supporting our research please send an email to the Director, David Gilman Romano at firstname.lastname@example.org
Digital Corinth Synchronized Database Project (2007-2009)
The ancient city of Corinth, Greece has been excavated since 1895, creating a vast accumulation of information that is being digitized. This phase of the project will design the tagging of digital components and the creation of tools and lesson plans that draw on the data to present learning opportunites on the architecture, city planning, social and religious life of the city of Corinth during the Roman occupation in 44 BC. By combining two separate databases, one in Philadelphia and one in Athens, Greece, applications may be built for K20 education and tools developed for archaeological research. Funded by the NEH Digital Humanities Start-up program.
Project page on MUSE.
The Corinth Computer Project gratefully acknowledges the generous and longstanding support of the 1984 Foundation.