JAAH 2019 No 26 von Ehrenheim et al.

Hedvig von Ehrenheim, Patrik Klingborg, Axel Frejman,

Water at ancient Greek sanctuaries: medium of divine presence or commodity for mortal visitors?

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Illustration:

Fig.1. Map of the surroundings of Isthmia. The temenos is in the centre, marked “Temple of Poseidon”. Detailed plan of the temenos area in the upper left corner. Features discussed in the text marked with colour as follows: Green, large well. Blue, pre-Roman water channels. Red, the so-called “West water works”. Purple, lined basement. Yellow, areas where water features have been found in the surroundings of the temenos. After Isthmia 2, plan 2; X, plan 1.

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