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Destruction of Art in Corinth

The incidents of the capture of Corinth were melancholy. The soldiers cared nothing for the
The destruction of the works of art in Corinth, September, B. C. 146.
works of art and the consecrated statues. I saw with my own eyes pictures thrown on the ground and soldiers playing dice on them; among them was a picture of Dionysus by Aristeides—in reference to which they say that the proverbial saying arose, "Nothing to the Dionysus,"—and the Hercules tortured by the shirt of Deianeira. . . .

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