Processed scan Lidar+photogrammetry dataset from Cyark Open Heritage Project: https://artsandculture.google.com/project/cyark Processed in Reality Caputre , added water texture and reconstruction lines based on Peirene Fountain, ca. A. D. 160. by C. Iliakis, from Petros G. Themelis. This work is under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0/legalcode
Pirene or Peirene is the name of a fountain or spring in Greek mythology, physically located in Corinth. It was said to be a favored watering-hole of Pegasus, sacred to the Muses. Poets would travel there to drink and receive inspiration.
In the 2nd century CE the traveler Pausanias describes Pirene as follows:
On leaving the market-place along the road to Lechaeum you come to a gateway, on which are two gilded chariots, one carrying Phaethon the son of Helius, the other Helius himself. A little farther away from the gateway, on the right as you go in, is a bronze Heracles.