By Robert J. Buck
Robert Buck's heritage 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 instances, retells the legends, and reconstructs the heritage of the area from the heroic Bronze Age to the Pelopponesian warfare.
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Eteonus has been put at Darimari, Chlempotsari and Pyle as well as near Kavasala. There the matter rests. On the present evidence it seems to be the most reasonable conjecture to place Hysiae at the Pantanassa site. Since the location corresponds well to Pausanias' directions, Scolus might be placed at the Mitropoliti bridge, where it could be a fertile source of dispute between Thebes and Plataea, even though it seems to be on the wrong side of the river. 163 Eilesion might fit best at Chlempotsari.
See also Wallace, 215-19; K. , no. 22 (henceforth Syriopoulos). 36. LaufTer and Hennig, RE Supp. v. "Orchomenos," 290-355, for material to 1972; Fossey, Euphrosyne 6 (1974) 1 If. For excavations see especially Schliemann,JHS 2 (1881) 122-63; de Ridder, ECH 29 (1895) 137-224; Bulle, Orchomenos I (Munich, 1908); Kunze, Orchomenos II (Munich, 1931) and III (1934). ; Spyropoulos, AAA 3 (1970) 263-67; Teiresias, 73. 1. 1. 37. , and Syriopoulos, 118, no. 59 for full bibliography to 1968. See AAA 2 (1969) 228-31, for report on an underground chamber that may be part of the oracle.
Philippson 1. ; Frazer, Pans. 5. 73. 23. Frazer, Paus. 5. 71; Philippson 1. C. Bakhuizen, Salganeus and the Fortifications on its Mountains (Groningen, 1970) 1-11. 24. ,505f. 25. 430-34. 26. See esp. O. Larsen, CP45 (1960) lOf. 27. Burn, BSA 44 (1949) 313-23; Philippson 1. 463. 28. See Burn, ibid. 29. Gomme, BSA 18 (1911-12) 203-5, points out its problems; see also Tomlinson and Fossey, BSA 65 (1970) 243-63. 30. Gomme, ibid. 31. Pritchett, Studies 2. 54-56. 32. Pritchett, AJA 61 (1957) 16-21, and Studies 1.