|Summary:||Rectangular building; in the southeast corner of the Agora.|
|Date:||ca. 530 BC - 520 BC|
6.8 m x 18.2 m.
Divided into 3 sections, a central large room with a rectangular basin at its west end and a rectangular area at its east end where water could be taken directly from a spout. Colonnaded entrance of 3 columns opening north.
This building may have been the Enneakrounos, or nine-spouted fountainhouse, built by the Peisistratids. On literary evidence Camp locates the Enneakrounos south of the Acropolis, but agrees this is a fountain of the same period.