Glauke Fountain

As you go along another road from the market-place, which leads to Sicyon, you can see on the right of the road a temple and bronze image of Apollo, and a little farther on a well called the Glauke fountain. Into this they say she threw herself in the belief that the water would be a cure for the drugs of Medea Pausanias

Glauke Fountain, Corinth, from the 6th c. BC, repaired in the Roman imperial period.

Creusa or Glauce (gr. Glauke) was a daughter of King Creon of Corinth, Greece. After Jason divorced Medea, he married Creusa. Medea got even by giving Creusa a cursed dress that stuck to her body and burned her to death as soon as she put it on.

She felt into the so-called Glauke Fountain (Pausanias 2.3.6 )

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