By Robert J. Buck
Robert Buck's historical past examines the archaeological checklist, takes a clean examine what the ancients acknowledged in regards to the Boeotians and on the references of classicists of newer instances, retells the legends, and reconstructs the historical past of the area from the heroic Bronze Age to the Pelopponesian conflict.
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For description and plan of Vigla, Fossey, op. cit. , and fig. 3; to his bibliography add Wallace, 212; Philippson 1. 741, no. 142. 72. For description and plan, Fossey, op. cit. note 69, 6-9 and figs. 1 and 2; to his bibliography add Schober, RE 2. v. 741, no. 139. 73. For summary, Fossey, op. cit. note 69, 15. To the Vigla group add Wallace, 212; to the Palaiothevai group add Philippson 1. 450, note 3. 74. Fossey, op. cit. note 69, 13f. 75. ; Schober, loc. cit. note 69; Roesch, 60. For illustrations, Fontenrose, op.
195; Bulle, Orchomenos I, 118. 51. Plut. Pelop. 16; de def. orac. 5. 8; Steph. v. Teyvpa 52. Bulle, Orchomenos I, 116, 121-24; Atlas, 115, no. 398, 399; Syriopoulos, 30, no. 21; Philippson 1. 476. Lauffer, RE Supp. v. "Orchomenos," 327, supports the identification and notes the discovery of the remains of the temple of Apollo. Cf. AD, 1971, Chr. 239f. 53. Paus. 9. v. "Olmones," 2490-92; Fossey, Topography, 357-59. 54. Philippson 1. 352, 742, no. 160; O. e. note above; Roesch, 59, note 5. 55. Paus.
63; Atlas, 121, no. 415; Fossey, Topography, 333-35 for description of site. 115. For Gla see Syriopoulos, 117, no. 58. The bibliography is extensive. 116. Syriopoulos, 116, no. 50; Atlas, 117, no. 404. 117. Syriopoulos, 98, no. 32; Atlas, 118, no. 742, no. 164. 118. Syriopoulos, 98, no. 35; Atlas, 117, no. 742, no. 166. 119. Syriopoulos, 33, no. 24 (a) and (b); Atlas, 118, no. 406; Fossey, Topography, 348f. 120. , for bibliography, to which add Fossey, Topography, 282-85. 121. 742, no. 183. 122.