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Animation of ancient Corinth

A very impressive digital reconstruction of ancient Corinth, Greece, as it was in the 2nd century AD, during the Roman Empire’s rule. It is made by Danila Loginov, Andrey Zarov and Vyacheslav Derbenev, members of the creative team History 3D (they have also made this video of Sevastopol in the Crimean peninsula, as it was in 1916).


This is how the city looks like today:

View of Acrocorinth
View of Acrocorinth
The ancient Roman fountain
The ancient Roman fountain


The walled gates of Acrocorinth
The walled gates of Acrocorinth

 

Street in ancient Corinth.
Street in ancient Corinth.

 

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2 Comments

  1. I really like your video. Nice job on the animation. Do you have a list of the things we are seeing? I can tell some of the things but not all.

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