By Robert J. Buck
Robert Buck's historical past examines the archaeological list, takes a clean examine what the ancients acknowledged in regards to the Boeotians and on the references of classicists of newer occasions, retells the legends, and reconstructs the background of the zone from the heroic Bronze Age to the Pelopponesian battle.
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For inscriptions, McCreedie and Steinberg, Hesperia 29 (1960) 123-27. 101. 1,2. , to which add Philippson 1. , 742, no. 195; Syriopoulos, 72, no. 37; Fossey, Topography, 204-8. For the road north, Pritchett, Studies 1. 53-56; Atlas, 124, no. 422. 102. Gomme,BSA 18(1911-12)204. 103. Philippson 1. 506, note 1, 742, no. ; Philios, Eph Arch, 1899, 57-61. 104. For the excavations at Davlosis, Lauffer, AM 63-64 (1938-39) 177-85. , no. 742, no. 170(Kalimbaki), 171 (Davlosis). 105. For variants see Frazer, Pans.
To which add Philippson 1. , 742, no. 195; Syriopoulos, 72, no. 37; Fossey, Topography, 204-8. For the road north, Pritchett, Studies 1. 53-56; Atlas, 124, no. 422. 102. Gomme,BSA 18(1911-12)204. 103. Philippson 1. 506, note 1, 742, no. ; Philios, Eph Arch, 1899, 57-61. 104. For the excavations at Davlosis, Lauffer, AM 63-64 (1938-39) 177-85. , no. 742, no. 170(Kalimbaki), 171 (Davlosis). 105. For variants see Frazer, Pans. 99. 106. Wallace, 204-6, for bibliography, to which add Roesch, 64; Garlan, BCH 98 (1974) 95-112; Andreomenou, AAA 1 (1974) 325-35; Fossey, Topography, 323-33, for an excellent description.
For the cemetery, Pritchett, Studies 1. 107-9, and 2. 178-80. 151. 742, no. , no. 80; Fossey, Topography, 163-66. 152. ; Wallace, 140; Syriopoulos, 121, no. 82; Fossey, Topography, 69-75. 153. Wallace, 138. 154. , 27. 155. 742, no. ; Pritchett, Studies 1. 107; Fossey, BICS 18 (1971) 107. Erythrae: Fimmen, Kretich-Mykemsche Kultur, 6 (with earlier authorities); Burr, Neon Katalogos, map 4; Hope Simpson and Lazenby (hesitatingly following Grundy), 24. 156. Erythrae: Leake, TNG 2. 742, no. 199; Pritchett, A]A 61 (1957) 23; Wallace, 81-83.