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Greek Vase Painting: Fountain House

by Julia Strehlow

The woman in the picture is filling a water jug, or hydria. Few houses had running water in Ancient Greece. Most of the towns in Greece had a fountain house near a spring where women drew water and talked to their friends.

 

by Dona Richardson

The woman on the vase is filling a water jug, or hydria. Few houses had running water in Ancient Greece. Most of the towns in Greece had a fountain house near a spring where women drew the water and talked to their friends.

by Lisa Flores

The woman on the vase is filling a water jug, or hydria. Few houses had running water in Ancient Greece.Most of the towns in Greece had a fountain house near a spring where women drew water and talked to their friends.

 

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