is today the village Chiliomodi. The first inhabitants of the area are considered to be the Trojans captives of whom Agamemnon allowed them to create a settlement inthe area. Pausanias, in his narrations, mentions that the Tenea a Sanctuary of Eileithyia, goddess of birth, used to be there, while Strabo refers to the existence of a sanctuary dedicated to Apollo In the area between the villages Chiliomodi and Klenia. Visitors can see a few remains of the ancient city, and excavations in the area revealed a roman workshop, building foundations, traces of an ancient walls and pillars.
Unquestionably, the most significant finding is Apollo of Tenea or Kouros of Tenea. This remarkable statue, from the 6th century, was excavated in 1854, while recently two more Kouroi were discovered. In a location where an extended cemetery which date back to the 6th, the 5th and the 4th century and is crosses by an ancient road, two statues were also discovered. The Kouroi are now exhibited in the Archaeological Museum of Ancient Corinth.
On a steep slope in Klenia, potentially the most sacred cave in Corinth was found. The findings date back to the period between the Neolithic and the Roman Times, while the potsherds belong to the mid-Hellenistic and Classical times.
Furthermore, at Agios Vasileios village, visitors can visit the archaeological site of the ancient quarry that archaeologists claim was used from the 5th until the 3rd