A History of Boeotia (Classical)

By Robert J. Buck

Robert Buck's background 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 heritage of the zone from the heroic Bronze Age to the Pelopponesian battle.

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Hignett, 103 n. 1. 39. Hdt. 7. one hundred forty five. forty. FGrH III b, Comm. 162. Jacoby places A. good prior to Epaminondas, maybe even within the past due 5th century (160). Hignett, 22, makes use of the cloth up to now A. after the cave in of the Theban hegemony, a date some distance too low in Jacoby's opinion. forty-one. KGrH 379 F6. forty two. Loc. cit. (n. supra) and be aware 15 (Noten p, 109). forty three. For archons at Onchestus see above, p. 88. they appear to not were eponymous officers ahead of 379 B. C. forty four. The identify of polemarch at Thebes appears previous. See Schaefer, RE Supp. eight (1956) s. v. "Polemarchos" 1097-1134, and Roesch, 162. forty five. dollar, CP 69(1974) 48f. forty six. Cf. Hignett, 22f. forty seven. FGrH 379 F5. forty eight. Jacoby, FGrH III, Comm. 162. forty nine. Ibid. , word 17, Noten, one hundred sixty. 50. Hdt. eight. 30. 1 makes this transparent. fifty one. Hdt. 7. 173. fifty two. If Plutarch is utilizing Aristophanes' monograph on Theban Horoi as argued above. fifty three. past due August, in line with Hignett, 18. fifty four. Ibid. , 95f. fifty five. greenback, CP 69(1974) 47f. fifty six. Hdt. 7. 233. fifty seven. Hignett, 147. fifty eight. de Hdt. mal. 32. fifty nine. Cf. Hdt. 7. 205. three; see additionally 7. 233 and seven. 132. 1. 60. Hdt. 6. forty nine. Beloch, 22. 1. 86, criticizes this as unhistorical on a priori grounds. See additionally Sealey, background, 196. sixty one. Hignett, 117f. , 376-78. sixty two. Hignett, 117f. sixty three. Diod. eleven. four. 6-7. sixty four. Thuc. 2. 2. 1. sixty five. Thuc. 7. 25. 3-4; cf. Roesch, ninety eight. sixty six. Thuc. 2. seventy eight. three. sixty seven. Hdt. 7. 202. sixty eight. dollar, CP sixty nine (1974) forty seven. sixty nine. Hdt. 7. 227. Cf. Burn, Persia and the Greeks, 419. 70. Hdt. eight. 34; cf. Hignett, ninety nine. seventy one. Hdt. eight. 50. 2. See additionally Larsen's comments, faucet A 86 (1955) 47-49, at the analogous scenario created in Thespiae after Delium and the heavy Thespian lack of hoplites. seventy two. Hdt. nine. 30. seventy three. Hdt. eight. 50. 138 The Early Boeotian League 506-479 B. C. seventy four. Hdt. eight. 34. seventy five. Pausanias, nine. 32. five, 10. 35. three, claims that Haliartus was once destroyed at the moment, yet no different writer and no archaeological information help his statement. it really is more often than not believed that Pausanias made a mistake (cf. Holleaux, RPh 19[1895] 109-15; Frazer, Pans. five. 166), even though a few specialists (e. g. , Salmon, RE A fifty eight [1956] sixty two) nonetheless think him. seventy six. Hdt. nine. sixteen; the opposite 3 locations the place informants are mentioned by means of identify are 2. fifty five, three. fifty five and four. seventy six. seventy seven. there is not any warrant for altering "Boeotian" to "Euboean" as urged by way of Dindorf. Moretti, 121f. ; U. Cozzoli, RFC 36 (1958) 280-84. seventy eight. Moretti, 122. seventy nine. Cozzoli, op. cit. , 282. eighty. Hdt. 7. 233. eighty one. Bizard, BCH forty seven (1920) 236, affiliates the behaviour of the oracle of Ptoon to Mys the Carian in 479 with an underground competition to Thebes. it sort of feels far-fetched to such a lot. Cf. Moretti, 115f. eighty two. Hdt. eight. sixty six. eighty three. Hdt. nine. 2. eighty four. Hdt. nine. 15. eighty five. E. g. , Hdt. 7. 132, eight. sixty six. 86. Hdt. nine. 38. 87. Hdt. nine. sixteen and nine. 88. 88. Roesch, 109f. , sees him because the earliest pointed out federal commander, notwithstanding Herodotus (9. sixty nine) calls him a commander of the Thebans. H. most likely speaks loosely right here. Asopodorus is one of the father of Pindar's positive Herodotus. 89. Hdt. nine. 31. 2. ninety. Hdt. nine. sixty seven. ninety one. Hdt. nine. sixty nine. ninety two. Plut. Them. 20. ninety three. Diod. eleven. eighty one. 1. ninety four. Thuc. three. sixty two. 3-4. ninety five. Hignett, 23f. Xen. Hell. three. five. eight. This web page deliberately left clean 9. Boeotia 479-431 B. C. After the conflict of Plataea, Thebes and many of the different Boeotian cities should have been in a depressed and impoverished .

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