By Robert J. Buck
Robert Buck's background examines the archaeological checklist, takes a clean examine what the ancients stated concerning the Boeotians and on the references of classicists of newer occasions, retells the legends, and reconstructs the heritage of the sector from the heroic Bronze Age to the Pelopponesian warfare.
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156; Syriopoulos, 30, no. , no. 397; Hope Simpson and Lazenby, 38; Lauffer, RE Supp. v. "Orchomenos," 325-28; Fossey, Topography, 433f. 47. Frazer, Pans. 5. 195; Philippson 1. 476, 742, no. ; Fossey, Topography, 434-36. 48. Fossey, Topography, 443-48; Syriopoulos, 30, no. 21; Atlas, 115, no. , for earlier bibliography. 49. K. ; P. Guillon, La Beotie antique (Paris, 1948) 196; Kirsten in Philippson 1. 476; Kahrstedt, AA, 1937, 16. The excavators, Bulle, Orchomenos I, 116, identified the site as Tegyra, following Dodwell, Tour, 233 and Frazer, Pans.
Okalea," 2302f. 80. ; Fontenrose, op. cit. note 69, 127, note 17; Philippson 1. 474, note 3, 741, no. 143; Hope Simpson and Lazenby, 25f. 26 The Land of Boeotia 81. Mylonas and Kirsten, op. cit. 205; for Evangelistra as Ocalea, Fossey, Topography, 379-82. 82. ; Wallace, GRBS 15 (1974) 22f. Roux, 5C7/78 (1954) 22-45, is the best article. 83. Wallace, 182-84 for description and bibliography, to which add Syriopoulos, 34, no. ; Fossey, Topography, 367-73. 84. Wallace, 156, for description and bibliography, to which add Fossey, Topography, 187-91; Wallace, GRBS IS (1974) 6-9; Buck, Teiresias Supp.
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