(66.) Plutarch, Life of Pelopidas, 3.1-3; Plutarch, Moralia, 583C; Pausanias, Description of Greece, Boeotia
Sterea Ellas: Attiki, Vravrona, Erasinos river, 1 nymph, X 2012; Biotia (Boeotia
), entrance of cave Kopaida, XI 2014, 3 nymphs.
Pronouncing himself "perfectly sure" that the oral history of the jumping frog he had collected in Angel's Camp was a faithful record of an event that had occurred in 1849, he averred that he was likewise "sure" that "its duplicate happened in Boeotia
a couple thousand years ago." According to Twain, it was "a case of history actually repeating itself and not a case of a good story floating down through the ages and surviving because too good to be allowed to perish" (1894, 447-48).
The Epigraphy and History of Boeotia
: New Finds, New Prospects
Ceramicists in key areas like Boeotia
have relied on stratified typologies from distant sites like Pevkakia-Magula in Thessaly and Lerna in the Argolid, or on material from partially published sites such as Lefkandi on Euboea in order to interpret unstratified material.
In some areas, such as Boeotia
, the man and boy were formally joined together and lived as a couple.
X X Caligo oberthurii (Deyrolle, 1872) X Catoblepia orgetorix magnalis Stichel, 1902 X Dynastor darius stygianus (Butler, 1872) * X Eryphanis bubocula (Butler, 1872) X Eryphanis lycomedon (Felder, 1862) X X Narope cyllastros (Doubleday, 1849) X Opsiphanes invirae cuspidatus Stichel, 1904 X Opsiphanes quitena angostura Bristow, 1979 X Opsiphanes cassina barkeri Bristow, 1991 X Opsiphanes tamarindi tamarindi (Felder, 1861) X X Selenophanes josephus excisus Rothschild, 1916 X Limenitidinae Adelpha boeotia
(Felder, 1867) X Adelpha malea aethalia (Felder, 1867) X Adelpha ethelda eponina Staudinger, 1886 X X Adelpha cytherea daguana Frhustorfer, 1913 X Adelpha leucophthalma Latreille (1809) X Adelpha leuceria juanna (Godm.
An in situ presence of the genus in eastern Greece (Boeotia
Sparta would be cut off from its major ally on land--Thebes, in Boeotia
. Also, through Megara's port on the Crisaean Gulf, Pegae, Athens had now established a base for expansion in the west.
The victim is a 37-year old father of two children who was shot by an AK-47 rifle when he and his colleagues approached a car to check the driver's license at a roadblock set up at Boeotia
prefecture, some 150 kilometers Western of Athens.
Neither the stadium in Orchomenos, where Ladas probably trained during the Spartan campaign in Boeotia
, was preserved.