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Corinth Gallery: Fashion Show, 1921. Artist: Corinth, Lovis (1858-1925)
Fashion Show, 1921. Artist: Corinth, Lovis (1858-1925)
Corinth Gallery: Aryballos (Container for Oil), 625-600 BCE. Creator: Unknown
Aryballos (Container for Oil), 625-600 BCE. Creator: Unknown
Corinth Gallery: Fragment of a Bowl, mid 12th-early 13th century. Creator: Unknown
Fragment of a Bowl, mid 12th-early 13th century. Creator: Unknown
Corinth Gallery: Kylix (Drinking Cup), 560-550 BCE. Creator: Attributed to the Workshop of the ?Bird-frieze Painter?
Kylix (Drinking Cup), 560-550 BCE. Creator: Attributed to the Workshop of the ?Bird-frieze Painter?
Corinth Gallery: Fragment of a Column Krater (Mixing Bowl), 580-570 BCE. Creator: Cavalcade Painter
Fragment of a Column Krater (Mixing Bowl), 580-570 BCE. Creator: Cavalcade Painter
Corinth Gallery: Pyxis (Container for Personal Objects), 580-570 BCE. Creator: Ampersand Painter
Pyxis (Container for Personal Objects), 580-570 BCE. Creator: Ampersand Painter
Corinth Gallery: Stater (Coin) Depicting Pegasus, 350-338 BCE. Creator: Unknown
Stater (Coin) Depicting Pegasus, 350-338 BCE. Creator: Unknown
Corinth Gallery: Coin Depicting Pegasus, about 500-450 BCE. Creator: Unknown
Coin Depicting Pegasus, about 500-450 BCE. Creator: Unknown
Corinth Gallery: Oinochoe (Pitcher), 640-625 BCE. Creator: Unknown
Oinochoe (Pitcher), 640-625 BCE. Creator: Unknown
Corinth Gallery: Amphoriskos (Container for Oil), 600-575 BCE. Creator: Unknown
Amphoriskos (Container for Oil), 600-575 BCE. Creator: Unknown
Corinth Gallery: Stater (Coin) Depicting Pegasus Flying, 4th-3rd century BCE. Creator: Unknown
Stater (Coin) Depicting Pegasus Flying, 4th-3rd century BCE. Creator: Unknown
Corinth Gallery: Otto von Bismarck (1815-1898), 1915. Creator: Corinth, Lovis (1858-1925)
Otto von Bismarck (1815-1898), 1915. Creator: Corinth, Lovis (1858-1925)
Corinth Gallery: Portrait of Friedrich Ebert (1871-1925), President of the German Reich, 1924
Portrait of Friedrich Ebert (1871-1925), President of the German Reich, 1924
Corinth Gallery: Portrait of the poet Herbert Eulenberg, 1924. Creator: Corinth, Lovis (1858-1925)
Portrait of the poet Herbert Eulenberg, 1924. Creator: Corinth, Lovis (1858-1925)
Corinth Gallery: Portrait of the dramatist and novelist Gerhart Hauptmann, 1917
Portrait of the dramatist and novelist Gerhart Hauptmann, 1917
Corinth Gallery: Corinth, towards the Gulf, 1913. Creator: Joseph Pennell
Corinth, towards the Gulf, 1913. Creator: Joseph Pennell
Corinth Gallery: Acro, Corinth from Corinth, 1913. Creator: Joseph Pennell
Acro, Corinth from Corinth, 1913. Creator: Joseph Pennell
Corinth Gallery: Self-Portrait in armor, 1911. Creator: Corinth, Lovis (1858-1925)
Self-Portrait in armor, 1911. Creator: Corinth, Lovis (1858-1925)
Corinth Gallery: Périandre, ca. 1639-40. Creators: Jean Couvay, Abraham Bosse
Périandre, ca. 1639-40. Creators: Jean Couvay, Abraham Bosse
Corinth Gallery: Lais Taking Aristipp by Surprise, ca. 1801. Creator: Heinrich Friedrich Füger
Lais Taking Aristipp by Surprise, ca. 1801. Creator: Heinrich Friedrich Füger
Corinth Gallery: Cesare Borgia (Arthur Kraft), 1914. Creator: Corinth, Lovis (1858-1925)
Cesare Borgia (Arthur Kraft), 1914. Creator: Corinth, Lovis (1858-1925)
Corinth Gallery: Self-Portrait, c. 1925. Creator: Corinth, Lovis (1858-1925)
Self-Portrait, c. 1925. Creator: Corinth, Lovis (1858-1925)
Corinth Gallery: The Romans at Corinth, 1890. Creator: Unknown
The Romans at Corinth, 1890. Creator: Unknown
Corinth Gallery: Leda, 1890. Creator: Corinth, Lovis (1858-1925)
Leda, 1890. Creator: Corinth, Lovis (1858-1925)
Corinth Gallery: Portrait of Max Halbe (1865-1944), 1917. Creator: Corinth, Lovis (1858-1925)
Portrait of Max Halbe (1865-1944), 1917. Creator: Corinth, Lovis (1858-1925)
Corinth Gallery: Martin Luther, 1920-1921
Martin Luther, 1920-1921
Corinth Gallery: Decumanus Road in the ruins of Corinth
Decumanus Road in the ruins of Corinth
Corinth Gallery: Corinthian vases decorated with black figures of animals, fantastic creatures and floral motifs
Corinthian vases decorated with black figures of animals, fantastic creatures and floral motifs
Corinth Gallery: Italian woman in yellow chair, 1912
Italian woman in yellow chair, 1912
Corinth Gallery: Illustration to The Song of Songs, 1911. Artist: Corinth, Lovis (1858-1925)
Illustration to The Song of Songs, 1911. Artist: Corinth, Lovis (1858-1925)
Corinth Gallery: Carmencita (Portrait of Charlotte Berend-Corinth in Spanish Dress)
Carmencita (Portrait of Charlotte Berend-Corinth in Spanish Dress). Artist: Corinth, Lovis (1858-1925)
Corinth Gallery: Portrait of Wolfgang Gurlitt. Artist: Corinth, Lovis (1858-1925)
Portrait of Wolfgang Gurlitt. Artist: Corinth, Lovis (1858-1925)
Corinth Gallery: Homecoming Bacchantes. Artist: Corinth, Lovis (1858-1925)
Homecoming Bacchantes. Artist: Corinth, Lovis (1858-1925)
Corinth Gallery: The mourning. Artist: Corinth, Lovis (1858-1925)
The mourning. Artist: Corinth, Lovis (1858-1925)
Corinth Gallery: Jochberg at the lake of Walchensee. Artist: Corinth, Lovis (1858-1925)
Jochberg at the lake of Walchensee. Artist: Corinth, Lovis (1858-1925)
Corinth Gallery: The Black Mask. Artist: Corinth, Lovis (1858-1925)
The Black Mask. Artist: Corinth, Lovis (1858-1925)
Corinth Gallery: Self-Portrait. Artist: Corinth, Lovis (1858-1925)
Self-Portrait. Artist: Corinth, Lovis (1858-1925)
Corinth Gallery: Selfportrait with skeleton. Artist: Corinth, Lovis (1858-1925)
Selfportrait with skeleton. Artist: Corinth, Lovis (1858-1925)
Corinth Gallery: Innocentia (Innocence), 1890. Artist: Corinth, Lovis (1858-1925)
Innocentia (Innocence), 1890. Artist: Corinth, Lovis (1858-1925)
Corinth Gallery: Florian Geyer + 1525. - Gemalde von L. Corinth, 1934
Florian Geyer + 1525. - Gemalde von L. Corinth, 1934
Corinth Gallery: Greece, c1930s. Artist: ENA
Greece, c1930s. Artist: ENA
Corinth Gallery: City of Corinth. Acts. 18.1, 1830. Artist: J Clarke
City of Corinth. Acts. 18.1, 1830. Artist: J Clarke
Corinth Gallery: Still-Life with Fruit, c20th century. Artist: Lovis Corinth
Still-Life with Fruit, c20th century. Artist: Lovis Corinth
Corinth Gallery: The New Town, Corinth, Greece, late 19th or early 20th century
The New Town, Corinth, Greece, late 19th or early 20th century
Corinth Gallery: Charge of the Federals at Corinth, American Civil War, (c1880)
Charge of the Federals at Corinth, American Civil War, (c1880)
Corinth Gallery: The town and isthmus of Corinth from the Acropolis, Greece, 1887. Artist: W Miller
The town and isthmus of Corinth from the Acropolis, Greece, 1887. Artist: W Miller
Corinth Gallery: Portrait of Georg Brandes (1842-1927). Artist: Corinth, Lovis (1858-1925)
Portrait of Georg Brandes (1842-1927). Artist: Corinth, Lovis (1858-1925)
Corinth Gallery: Berlin. Unter den Linden, 1922. Artist: Lovis Corinth
Berlin. Unter den Linden, 1922. Artist: Lovis Corinth

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Corinth is a city in Greece located in the Peloponnese region. It is one of the oldest cities in Greece, having been founded in the 8th century BC. It was an important city in ancient Greece and was a major trading center. It was also the site of the famous Isthmus of Corinth, a narrow strip of land connecting the Peloponnese peninsula to mainland Greece.
The city of Corinth was an important center of trade and commerce in ancient Greece. It was located at the crossroads of two major trade routes, the Isthmus of Corinth and the Diolkos. This made it a major port city, and it was a hub for trade between the Greek mainland and the Aegean islands. It was also a major center for the production of olive oil, wine, and other goods.
The city was also the site of the famous Isthmian Games, a major athletic event held every two years. The games were held in honor of Poseidon, the god of the sea, and were attended by athletes from all over the Greek world.
Corinth was also the site of the famous Temple of Apollo, one of the most important temples in ancient Greece. The temple was dedicated to the god Apollo and was a major pilgrimage site for worshippers.
The city of Corinth was destroyed by the Romans in 146 BC. It was later rebuilt by Julius Caesar and became an important Roman city. It was destroyed again in 67 AD by the Roman Emperor Nero.
Today, the ruins of Corinth are a popular tourist destination. Visitors can explore the ruins of the ancient city and learn about its history. The Isthmus of Corinth is still a major transportation route, connecting the Peloponnese peninsula to mainland Greece.