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[Corinth Publication] Corinth I.6. The Springs: Peirene, Sacred Spring, Glauke

Hill, Bert H ... American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... Corinth 1.6 The two springs in the Corinthian Agora, Peirene and the Sacred Spring, which were dug early in the excavation of Corinth, were studied in exhaustive detail for more than 40 years by Bert Hodge ... 1964

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[Corinth Publication] Archaic Corinthian Architecture, ca. 600 to 480 B.C.

Pfaff, Christopher A ... The American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... Corinth 20 95-140 ... January

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[Corinth Publication] Histories of Peirene: A Corinthian Fountain in Three Millennia

Robinson, Betsey Ann ... ASCSA ... The Peirene Fountain is distinguished by its long use, service to a great ancient city, and early identification as the site where Pegasus landed and was tamed by Bellerophon. Highlights include the identification ... July

[Corinth Publication] Pirene

Richardson, Rufus B ... American Journal of Archaeology 4.2 204-239 ... June

[Corinth Publication] The Fountain of Peirene in the Time of Herodes Atticus

Stevens, Gorham Phillips ... American Journal of Archaeology 38.1 55-58 ... March

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[Corinth Notebook] 9

Corinth excavations 1899 ... Cooley, A.S ... Measurements : p. 9 ff. Plan of " Chamber N of Dam " (Peirene) Sketch of a chamber of Peirene Coins p.1 ... 12/04/1899 - 27/04/1899

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[Corinth Notebook] 60

Corinth 1909 ... Westervelt ... Peirene. Trenches 42, 42a, b, g, h, k, 45, 47, 48, 49 a-e. Tiles from Trenches 42, 48, 49. General. Microfilmed 1968 ... 15/05/1909 - 01/07/1909