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Ancient Corinth. Peloponnese. Greece. View at archaeological museum of a horse head sculpture. Ancient Corinth was one of the most influential Greek city states in antiquity. The Romans razed the city in 146 BC; it was then rebuilt under Julius Caesar as a Roman city and prospered as the regions capital.
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