By Robert J. Buck
Robert Buck's heritage 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 struggle.
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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. 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.
88. , but cf. Fossey, Topography, 191f. 89. , to which add Syriopoulos, 36, no. 31; Fossey, Topography, 178-85. Roesch is the best work on the town. 90. Pritchett, Studies 1. ; Fossey, Topography, 200-204. 91. For the battlefield and its bibliography see Pritchett, Studies 1. ; for the trophy, Wallace, 224f. 92. Pritchett, Studies 1. 52-56. 93. Steph. Byz. v. Evrpriffis. 94. Wallace, 171-74, for bibliography, to which add Syriopoulos, 37, no. 32; Fossey, Topography, 196-200. , 1932). 95. For Tateza, Symeonoglou, AD, 1966, Chr.
35. ; see also Wallace, 215-19; K. , no. 22 (henceforth Syriopoulos). 36. LaufTer and Hennig, RE Supp. v. "Orchomenos," 290-355, for material to 1972; Fossey, Euphrosyne 6 (1974) 1 If. For excavations see especially Schliemann,JHS 2 (1881) 122-63; de Ridder, ECH 29 (1895) 137-224; Bulle, Orchomenos I (Munich, 1908); Kunze, Orchomenos II (Munich, 1931) and III (1934). ; Spyropoulos, AAA 3 (1970) 263-67; Teiresias, 73. 1. 1. 37. , and Syriopoulos, 118, no. 59 for full bibliography to 1968. See AAA 2 (1969) 228-31, for report on an underground chamber that may be part of the oracle.
A History of Boeotia (Classical) by Robert J. Buck