Underwater Discoveries Reveal Roman Engineering

Underwater Discoveries Reveal Roman Engineering
Susanna Pershern/US National Park Service via AP

New archaeological excavations at the ancient port of Corinth have uncovered evidence of large-scale Roman engineering. Named Lechaion, the port was one of a pair that connected the city of ancient Corinth to Mediterranean trade networks. Lechaion is located on the Gulf of Corinth, while Kenchreai is positioned across the narrow Isthmus of Corinth on the Aegean Sea.

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