Pagan Statuettes in Late Antique Corinth: Sculpture from the Panayia Domus

@article{Stirling2008PaganSI,
  title={Pagan Statuettes in Late Antique Corinth: Sculpture from the Panayia Domus},
  author={Lea M. Stirling},
  journal={Hesperia},
  year={2008},
  volume={77},
  pages={161 - 89}
}
Abstract:Excavations in 1999 at the Panayia Domus at Corinth uncovered nine statuettes representing Artemis (twice), Asklepios (twice), Roma, Dionysos, Herakles, Europa/Sosandra, and Pan, the contents of a probable domestic shrine in a small, plain room. The statuettes range in date from the late 1st to the mid-3rd or early 4th century A.D. Four are late products of Attic sarcophagus workshops. The figure of Roma is a unique domestic example of this divinity and may refer to a local monument… 

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