A History of Boeotia (Classical) by Robert J. Buck

By Robert J. Buck

Robert Buck's heritage examines the archaeological list, takes a clean examine what the ancients stated concerning the Boeotians and on the references of classicists of more moderen instances, retells the legends, and reconstructs the historical past of the quarter from the heroic Bronze Age to the Pelopponesian struggle.

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17. The river is identified in Hesychius. See Philippson 1. 507. 18. Philippson 1. 504. For changes in its watershed near Plataea see Pritchett, Studies 1. 115-19. 19. , identifies the Permessus with the Archontitza, following the usual modern opinion; see also Roesch, 38. v. "Permessos," 869-72, favours the Zagaras, called the Lophis above. The Archontitza is described as the Askra in Philippson 1. 459 and 672, but as the Permessos in 503. 20. 514-16; Frazer, Paus. 5. , 80. 21. Philippson 1. 544-47; Frazer, Paus.

142. 1664-1718. , no. 33; Hope Simpson and Lazenby, 29; Spyropoulos, AAA 6 (1973) 375-95; Fossey, Topography, 139-47. 143. Str. 36; Stat. Theb. 266; Steph Byz. v. 'Ereoj/os. Hell. Oxy. 3 calls it Scaphae. 144. , to which add Syriopoulos, 121, no. 87; Pritchett, Studies 1, pi. 96(a) for site; Hope Simpson and Lazenby, 24; Fossey, Topography, 148-51. 742, no. 198. The Land of Boeotia 29 145. , to which add Pritchett, Studies 2. ; Hope Simpson and Lazenby, 24; Fossey, Topography, 149. 742, no. 199.

36; Ath. 241C. 65. Paus. 7. 66. Schol. Horn. -23. 346; Fontenrose, TAP A 100 (1969) 129. 67. Dem. Or. 19. 141, 148; Diod. 5. 68. See also Diod. 15. 3; Xen. Hell. 3. 69. For descriptions of this area, Fontenrose, TAP A 100 (1969) 119-30; Fossey, Teiresias Supp. 1 (1972) 1-16 and plan fig. 1. For those supporting Petra as Mt. Tilphusius see Fontenrose, 121, note 5, and add Wallace, 211-13, and Schober, RE 2. v. "Tilphossion," 1044f. 70. Fossey, op. cit. note above, 15f; Fontenrose, op. cit. ; P. Guillon, Etudes Beotiennes (Aix-en-Provence, 1963) 87; Philippson 1.

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