live at the apollo (part 4): corinth

(in which we come to realize that the filter on the lens needs to be replaced.) the apollo temple at corinth dates from the 6th century b.c. there doesn’t seem to be much history about it on the internet. the columns – of which there were originally six on each end and 15 on each side – are of the doric style: it turns out the corinthian columns, like corinthian leather, aren’t actually from corinth; the design was invented in athens. the lechaion road was the main road of ancient corinth. the archaeologist’s rendering shows it to be a thoroughfare…