Kachros fountain (only a few remaining traces)

The remains of the Kachros fountain are traced today at the northern part of the Ancient city village. 

The fountain as depicted in the Dinsmoor’s 1900/9, and 1901 maps of the area, has though been fatally damaged and only a retaining wall with porous stones is attributed to the original structure.

Eleni I. Kanetaki

Tekke fountain (remains) Kiamil Bey’s palace (remains)

Location of Water sources in Corinth, in The topographical Survey of Corinth, WILLIAM B. DINSMOOR, Jr. (Corinth, Results of Excavations  volume I, part VI, The Springs, Peirene, Sacred spring, Glauke, by Bert Hodge Hill), 1964 (1909), from:  ASCSA.NET

Collection: Corinth
Type: Drawing
Name: 003 099
Title: State Drawing of Central area and theater
District: (west)
Artist: Cooley, A. S.
Drawing Information: Depicts the following, Site, State
Date: 1900/9
Dimensions: 60x74
Drawing Scale: 1:1000
Storage: Richardson drawer 05, 06
Area: Central area and theater district
Site: Ancient Corinth
City: Corinth
Country: Greece

State Drawing of Central area and theater district: (west) from : ASCSA.NET


Collection: Corinth
Type: Drawing
Name: 003 079
Title: State Drawing of Central area and theater district
Artist: Cooley, A. S.
Drawing Information: Depicts the following, Site, State
Date: 1901
Dimensions: 30x28
Drawing Scale: 1:2000
Storage: Richardson drawer 05, 06
Area: Central area and theater district
Site: Ancient Corinth
City: Corinth
Country: Greece

State Drawing of Central area and theater district from : ASCSA.NETRemains of the Kachros fountain.
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