1-3; Plutarch, Moralia, 583C; Pausanias, Description of Greece, Boeotia
Goldman, Excavations at Eutresis in Boeotia
(Cambridge, Mass: Harvard University Press, 1931), 9-75.
Besides Pausanias' (second century AD) mention of having viewed the statue at Thespiae in Boeotia
, as part of a group made up of Cupid, Phryne and Aphrodite, nothing else is know about its destination.
Sparta would be cut off from its major ally on land--Thebes, in Boeotia
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.
The last question relates to a long-lasting battle of the relatives of the victims of the massacre committed on 10th June 1944, by German armed forces, during the German occupation of Greece, in the village of Distomo, western Boeotia
(the Distomo case) (12).
Trophonius of Lebadea: Mystery Aspects of an Oracular Cult in Boeotia
2010): The Leiden-Ljubljana ancient cities of Boeotia
3) in Boston offers a tantalising idea of the lost Greek original that was once paired with a bronze by Lysippos, in the sanctuary of Eros in Boeotia
The Spartans also saw the expulsion of the Spartan overseers out of Thebes as a grave insult and they were determined to reestablish the influence that they had in Boeotia
In the early decades of the fourth century Be, the city of Thebes, in Boeotia
in the central region of mainland Greece, was occupied by the bullish Spartans.
Bates, 1865) 632 Adelpha boeotia
oberthurii 1 2 b d (Boisduval, 1870) 633 Adelpha bredowii bredowii 1 2 d Geyer, 1837 634 Adelpha bredowii eulalia (Doubleday, ) 635 Adelpha cocala lorzae 1 2 b (Boisduval, 1870) 636 Adelpha cytherea marcia 1 2 b d Fruhstorfer, 1913 637 Adelpha delinita utina A.
Testing the hinterland; the work of the Boeotia
Survey (1989-1991) in the southern approaches to the city of Thespiai.
23) On the eve of Marathon, the Athenians' neighboring district of Boeotia
turned against them and openly welcomed the arrival of the Persians.