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A History of Boeotia (Classical)

By Robert J. Buck

Robert Buck's background examines the archaeological checklist, takes a clean examine what the ancients acknowledged in regards to the Boeotians and on the references of classicists of more moderen instances, retells the legends, and reconstructs the historical past of the zone from the heroic Bronze Age to the Pelopponesian battle.

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Three. 1. ; Diod. four. sixty seven. so much if no longer all of those derive eventually from Hellanicus. A slightly diversified yet consonant culture is visible in Diod. 19. fifty three from Hieronymus. For the Pagasitic Gulf see Eustathius (1746, sixty one to 1747); Zenobius, FGrH 482 F3. See additionally G. Huxley, GRBS eight (1967) 199-202. 3a. Steph. Byz. s. v. "A. pvn). four. For Itonia see Paus. nine. 1. 1, nine. 34. 1; Callim. Cest. 747; Alexander Polyhistor, FGrH 273 F97; Nicocrates, FGrH 376 F5; Hecataeus, FGrH 1 F2; Armenidas, FGrH 378 Fl; Preller-Robert I4, 219, 220f. For Homole and Homoloian Zeus see Steph.

The curiosity of Peisistratus and his sons within the cults of Dionysus has usually been famous, and therefore the alliance may perhaps return as early because the reign of Peisistratus himself, or to the time of Hippias. The foolish aetiological fantasy stated via the Scholiast to Aristophanes (Acharnians 243), if it has any advantage, could are inclined to position the date as early as attainable. the particular union of Eleutherae with Athens has to be no previous to the fourth century. If the alliance have been a lot in advance of 520, then the Theban-Peisistratid hostility may still require a few extra rapid reason, akin to the actions of Plataea.

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Five. All traditions word after the conflict a level of mess ups, invasions and inhabitants shifts. (Cf. 10, eleven. ) within the first degree, tribes from Attica overran Boeotia in a single culture whereas tribes from Boeotia invaded Attica in one other. a few vaguely remembered cultural hyperlink one way or the other joined the 2 components. The tribes themselves are to us not anything yet names. The Aonian undeniable north of Thebes is both the toponym from which the tribal identify Aones was once derived, or the preserver of the reminiscence of the tribe. a few attempt has been expended to attach the phrases "Aones" and "lones" (that is, unique to Taofcs after which finally to 'I ves in a single sector, and to "Aoves within the other), yet without nice good fortune.

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