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Students Visit Ancient Isthmia during CLSC 318 Study Abroad

Posted on June 7, 2016

Classics majors Boaz Heller, James Sullivan and Angel Bai line up at the starting gate (hysplex) of the race track at ancient Isthmia, home of one the four great Panhellenic games of ancient Greece. The students visited the site as a part of CLSC 318, an archaeological field school course that is tied to the Lechaion Harbor & Land Settlement Project, a newly formed interdisciplinary research group that is excavating and studying the ancient harbor of Corinth, Greece.
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