Ancient Greece’s Biggest Port Is Older Than We Thought

Ancient Greece’s Biggest Port is Older Than We Thought

Did you know that Corinth's main harbor is now believed to be 500 years older than previously thought? This incredible discovery has pushed back the history of one of

Ancient Greece’s Biggest Port Is Older Than We Thought

ancient Greece's most significant ports, altering our understanding of Greek maritime trade and its development. These findings underscore the continuous evolution of archaeological knowledge and the importance of re-examining established historical timelines with new evidence.

Takeaway: Revisions in the timeline of Corinth’s main harbor demonstrate the dynamic nature of historical research and its ability to reshape our understanding of ancient civilizations.

Photo credit: Chabrol et al.

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