A History of Boeotia
University of Alberta, 1979 - 204 pages
Robert Buck's history examines the archaeological record, takes a fresh look at what the ancients said about the Boeotians and at the references of classicists of more recent times, retells the legends, and reconstructs the history of the region from the heroic Bronze Age to the Pelopponesian War.
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Archaeological Evidence from the Neolithic
Traditions and History of the Bronze Age
The Coming of the Boiotoi
Boeotia in the Archaic Period
The Formation of the Boeotian League
The Early Boeotian League 506479 B C
Boeotia 479431 B C
Aegina Aghios Allies Amit Amphion and Zethus ancient archaeological Archaic Argive argued Asopus Athenian Athens Attica battle bibliography Boeotarchs Boeotian League Boiotoi Bronze Age Cadmeans Catalogue century Ceressus Chaeronea Classical Comm Coronea cult defeated Delium Diod Diodorus early east Eleutherae end of LH Ephorus Erythrae Euboea Euphrosyne 4 1970 Eutresis evidence excavations federal fortifications Fossey Frazer Gomme Greece Greek Haliartus Hecataeus Hellanicus Herodotus Hope Simpson hoplite Hysiae inscriptions Kirsten Lake Copai's Larsen Late Helladic Lattamyas Lebadea Moretti Mycenaean Neolithic Oedipus Oenophyta Ogygus oligarchs Onchestus Orchomenian Orchomenus Oropus Pamboeotia Paus Pausanias Peloponnesian perhaps Persian Pherecydes Philippson Phlegyians Phocis plain Plataea pottery Pritchett probably Pyrgos remains Roesch Salganeus Scolus seems settlement sherds Simpson and Lazenby Sordi Spartans Spyropoulos Supp Syriopoulos Tanagra Theban Thebes Thermopylae Thespiae Thessalians Thessaly Thracians Thuc Thucydides Topography towns traditions Trojan Trojan War village Wallace walls western Boeotia