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Corinth, Temple of Apollo. copyright photographer Marilyn Bridges

Corinth, Temple of Apollo, 1984. In Greek drama and legend, Jason and Medea lived in Corinth after their forced exile from Iolcos. In Classical times Corinth was renowned for its wealth. The Temple of Apollo, built in Doric style circa 550 BC, is one of the few ruins from that period. The city was totally destroyed by the Roman consul Mummius in 146 BC, and most of the exposed remains date from the later Roman period.


 
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