Plan, Perachora, Hestiatorion

Context: Perachora
Type: Dining facility
Summary: Three-roomed building; east of the harbor, west of the Sanctuary of Hera Limenia, just south of the Double-apsidal Cistern.
Date: ca. 300 BC

dining rooms: 6.32 m x 6.32 m; couch platforms: 1.8 m x 0.89 x 0.35 m high.

Region: Corinthia
Period: Hellenistic


Nearly square, three-roomed building opening north. On the south, 2 square rooms each equipped with 11 dining couches and 7 tables, opening on their north sides onto a narrow vestibule.


Excavation indicates that there was an earlier building on the same location. The Double-apsidal Cistern was contemporary and probably built as part of the Hestiatorion.

Other Bibliography:

Tomlinson 1977, 164-172

See Also: Perachora, Double-apsidal Cistern