By Robert J. Buck
Robert Buck's historical past examines the archaeological checklist, 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 heritage of the area from the heroic Bronze Age to the Pelopponesian conflict.
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Fossey, BICS 18 (1971) 106-8. 160. 742, no. 201; Pritchett, Studies 1. 107-9, and 2. 178-80; Grundy first suggested it might be across the Asopus. , and CP 64 (1969) 36f. 161. Eteonus: Wallace, 138-40. Eilesion: Fossey, Topography, 163-66. 742, no. 202. 162. Fossey, Topography, 153f. 163. Against Pyle as Eteonus, Hope Simpson and Lazenby, 21. Eteonus at Neochorakion, Fossey, Topography, 166f. 164. Fossey, BICS 18 (1971) 206-8. 30 The Land of Boeotia 165. Paus. 6; Str. 31. 166. 525, 743, no. v. "Plataia," 2260-62; Kirsten-Kraiker, 187f.
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. 146. For bibliography, Wallace, 133-35, to which add Hope Simpson and Lazenby, 21; Pritchett, Studies 2. 180; Fossey, BICS 18 (1971) 107 and Topography, 151-54. For the fragments of the Edict, Keramopoullos, Eph Arch, 1931,163f.
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. See also Frazer, Paus. 133; M. Feyel, Polybe et I'Histoire de Beotie (Paris, 1943) 192; Guillon, La Beotie antique, 105 with pictures. Kirsten, in Philippson 1. 723, note 23, sees The Land of Boeotia 25 retaining and not fortification walls at Hyettus, like those at Delphi that were covered with inscriptions in a similar way.