The Eastern Korinthia Archaeological Survey is a multi-component archaeological project centered on a intensive, diachronic survey of the eastern part of the isthmus of Korinth from 1999-2003. Research continues on several areas initially investigated by the survey. Bill has recently completed the publication of a Hellenistic-Venetian fortification on Mt. Oneion, and has used the data produced by the archaeological research to investigate archaeological methodology. Ongoing research focuses on the area of Lakka Skoutara, an abandoned early modern settlement that is remarkably well preserved.
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