CORINTH, GREECE - APRIL 16 : A detail of Roman sculpture, on 16 April 2007 in Corinth, Greece. This wall relief shows a man rowing a boat surrounded by a garland of fruit and leaves. Corinth, founded in Neolithic times, was a major Ancient Greek city, until it was razed by the Romans in 146 BC. Rebuilt a century later it was destroyed by an earthquake in Byzantine times. (Photo by Manuel Cohen)

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CORINTH, GREECE - APRIL 16 : A detail of Roman sculpture, on 16 April 2007 in Corinth, Greece. This wall relief shows a man rowing a boat surrounded by a garland of fruit and leaves. Corinth, founded in Neolithic times, was a major Ancient Greek city, until it was razed by the Romans in 146 BC. Rebuilt a century later it was destroyed by an earthquake in Byzantine times. (Photo by Manuel Cohen)

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