Title: Sacred Spring, Forum, Corinth, Peleponnesos, Greece
WorkType: archaeological sites
Identifier: olvsite40160
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Sacred Spring, Forum, Corinth, Peleponnesos, Greece
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Title:  Sacred Spring, Forum, Corinth, Peleponnesos, Greece
Work Type:  archaeological sites; fountains
Date:  -500--400
Topics:  water distribution structures; springs (bodies of water); holy wells; channels (water body components)
Style/Period:  Late Archaic; Classical
Nationality/Culture:  Greek
Materials/Techniques:  stone
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Note:  Citation/references: Hill, B.H. Corinth I. vi: The Springs: Peirene, Sacred Spring, Glauke (Princeton: American School of Classical Studies at Athens, 1964). ; , C.K. II and J.E. Fisher, "Corinth, 1970: Forum Area," Hesperia, Vol. 40, No. 1. (Jan. - Mar., 1971), pp. 1-51.
General: Structures associated with the spring date to the earliest periods of settlement. The spring ran dry in the Roman period and was covered by other structures.
Location:  site: Corinth, Peleponnesos, Greece

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Title:  Sacred spring area
Creator:  Robinson, Tom, photographer
Associated Name:  Koester, Helmut (1926-)
Research Team for New Testament and Archaeology (1970-)
Note:  Note-General: 35mm slide
Repository:  Andover-Harvard Theological Library, Harvard Divinity School
Record Identifier: olvsite40160


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