Plan, Athens, Kallirrhoe (SW Fountainhouse)

Context: Athens
Type: Fountainhouse
Summary: L-shaped building; in the southwest corner of the Agora, near the Heliaia.
Date: ca. 350 BC - 325 BC

Column base diameter: 0.66 m.

Region: Attica
Period: Late Classical


From a small square courtyard one entered the L-shaped colonnaded porch. A 2nd interior L-shaped colonnade divided the building into 2 parts: the L-shaped colonnaded porch and the L-shaped draw basin. Water was drawn from over a low wall which filled the spaces between the columns.

Other Bibliography:

Camp 1986, 156-157; Agora Guide 1976, 169-171

See Also: Athens, Enneakrounos (SE Fountainhouse)