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By Robert J. Buck
Robert Buck's background examines the archaeological list, takes a clean examine what the ancients acknowledged concerning the Boeotians and on the references of classicists of more moderen instances, retells the legends, and reconstructs the background of the zone from the heroic Bronze Age to the Pelopponesian conflict.
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A. Kenny, LAAA 22 (1935) 189-206; R. F. Lazenby, The Catalogue of Ships in Homer's Iliad (Oxford, 1970) 38f. (henceforth Hope Simpson and Lazenby). 22 The Land of Boeotia 2. A. W. Gomme, BSA 18 (1911-12) 189-210, esp. R. Burn, BSA 44 (1949) 313-23; A. Philippson, Griechischen Landschaften2, rev. E. Kirsten (Frankfurt, 1951), 389-419; 434-66; 522-47 (henceforth Philippson). 3. K. Pritchett, Studies in Ancient Greek Topography, 1 (Berkeley, 1965) 49-58; Frazer, Paus. 5. 148-53. 4. Probably both modern Kithairon and Pastra were called Cithaeron in ancient times.
V. "Orchomenos," 327, supports the identification and notes the discovery of the remains of the temple of Apollo. Cf. AD, 1971, Chr. 239f. 53. Paus. 9. v. "Olmones," 2490-92; Fossey, Topography, 357-59. 54. Philippson 1. 352, 742, no. 160; O. e. note above; Roesch, 59, note 5. 55. Paus. 3. v. "Hyettos," 90-93 and Meyer, RE Supp. 12 (1970) 497. The French School is publishing new studies, R. Etienne and D. Knoepfler, Hyettos de Beotie, BCH, Supp. 3(1976). 56. For excavations see BCH 2 (1878) 492-507.
38; Diod. 58; Dem. defals. leg. 8. 97. , no. ; Fossey, Topography, 227-35. The fortifications are well described in Maier, AM 73 (1958) 17-25; the inscriptions in Roesch, 53f. 98. For variant forms and spellings, Frazer, Paus. 164. 99. v. v. "Tiphys," 1426-29, give the ancient sources. Roesch, 56 and note 5, gives a description and bibliography, to which add P. v. Aliki); Atlas, 123, no. 421; Syriopoulos, 100, no. -L. Schwandner, AA, 1977, 513-51. The Land of Boeotia 27 100. Tomlinson and Fossey, BSA 65 (1970) 243-63; Fossey, Topography, 222f.
A History of Boeotia (Classical) by Robert J. Buck