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the Athenians not to invade Boeotia, and defeats the Macedonians nea
onus arrives with a fleet in Boeotia, and forces Cassander to abandon
etween the Athenians and the Boeotians, but is subsequently forced
hagoras in the stadion race, and Nicon of Boeotia in the pancration.
Demetrius gains control of Thessaly and Boeotia.
Syll_366, an alliance between the Boeotians and the Aetolians.
rees concerning Lamian arbitrators, in a dispute with the Boeotians.
The Aetolians inflict a severe defeat on the Boeotians at Chaeronea.
Demetrius invades Boeotia, and detaches it from Aetolia.
Boeotian citharode wins the prize at the Pythian games.
The breakdown of law and order in Boeotia.
Flamininus forces the Boeotians to enter into alliance with the Roman
Olympic victor in the stadion race: Micion of Boeotia
The Romans force the Boeotians to agree to peace terms after the assa
Megara defects from the Boeotians and joins the Achaean League.
The Boeotians and others give their support to Antiochus.
The Boeotians refuse to restore Zeuxippus and other exiles, despite
rive at Chalcis and bring about the break-up of the Boeotian League.
of Haliartus, and receives the surrender of other towns in Boeotia.
transmitted by the praetor Q.Maenius, concerning Thisbae in Boeotia.
Achaea, Laconia, Boeotia, and other Greek states side with Mithridate
ves in Greece and forces the Boeotians to abandon their support for
.Fufius, one of Caesar's generals, advances into Boeotia and Attica.
from Aeolis, the other from Boeotia.  Anapis and
der, when returning from Boeotia after he had buried the
not beginning with the Boeotians, but with the shows and
and another against the Boeotians, in which last it was
Euboea, says, "When the Boeotians had founded Arnaea, tho
greatest barbarians, the Boeotians or the Thessalians, he
cts, says that among the Boeotians it is cabbages which
us, and as at Scolus, in Boeotia, there are statues of Meg
ucus says that the Boeotians call a κύλ&
"I say, too, that Boeotian Hesiod, master of all lore,
were Theodorus the Boeotian, and Theopompus, and Hermippus
army of Mithridates in Boeotia, took Athens by storm,
B.C.] - Micion of Boeotia, stadion race 147th [192 B.C.]
feated the Athenians and Boeotians in the famous battle
ble race Pas... of Boeotia, in the long race Timarchus of
(223) en Onasimos is archon of the Boeotians. The borrowe
(c. 188/7) Philistion of Boeotia, the son of Demophon F
(c. 266-260) os, Nikanor, ...atinos Boeotians: Euondas, (?) Poim
the season when, as the Boeotian poet says, "It is a crue
ild, and led off his army into Boeotia. Thither the army
them the supremacy of Boeotia, which they had lost in
ducted to the aid of the Boeotians by Iphicrates, a young
that they had laid waste Boeotia, as if the Thebans thems
for the Thessalians and Boeotians, with reviving wrath,
wonder ; for when the Boeotians were suffering from a
Antigonus retreated to Boeotia, and Ptolemy crossed
(221-205) ios was archon of the Boeotian league, and Nikokles
the Athenians and the Boeotians, when the Boeotians wan
SCHOL.AR.,PAX.466 & "The Boeotians will suffer" - because
between the Athenians and the Boeotians.  & (a) DIDY
intention to assist the Boeotians with 10,000 men, but
Crete, many castles in Boeotia and Phocis in lofty situa
Thermopylae, took the Boeotians into his alliance, and
he wanted to reduce the Boeotians, and threatened them
months. As the Boeotians made a vigorous resistance,
Athenians to fight against the Boeotians. When the time
sirous to keep the Boeotians, who were grown rusty by idle
orcyraeans, Corinthians, Boeotians, and many more into a
and alliance with the Boeotians; for which things he
a difference with the Boeotians, which they refused to
become known, and the Boeotians would prevent him, he
; for he defeated the Boeotians in a pitched battle,
osecute the war with the Boeotians, and Phocion at first
through the middle of Boeotia; but before it reaches
hessalus. When the Boeotians of Arne made war against the
etween the Athenians and Boeotians, for the possession of
Polyaen_* 02.1.18-21 *
his army was encamped in Boeotia, Agesilaus noticed that
ia, was marching through Boeotia, the Thebans tried to har
ked, that whoever of the Boeotians wished to leave the bat
omarchus. When the Boeotians were besieging Elateia, Onoma
time to make his escape into Boeotia. & When Thebes
not to march against the Boeotians; but they eagerly voted
ius dispatched a herald to the Boeotians, with a proclamat
accepted by Proxenus of Boeotia, Menon of Thessaly, Agis
cians fought against the Boeotians by lake Copais, and wer
ngaged in a war with the Boeotians, who had formerly settl
Nicolaus, Xanthias the Boeotian, Cimon the Corinthian,
(287-280) mos was archon of the Boeotians; and Theognetidas w
(c. 200) ing to the common law of the Boeotians. So that the
(after 306) d that Zoïlos of Boeotia, the son of Kelainos,
(c. 292) Lophrion, in Boeotia in the temple of Poseidon at
(278/7) : Lykeas, Dorimachos Boeotians : Aisopon, Dionys
(277) : Mel..., Antiphilos Boeotians: Neon, Nikokles Ain
(276/5) ians : Larisios, Aristeidas Boeotians: Nikokles,
(273) xandridas, Nikodamos Boeotians: Eugeiton, Epikydes
(272) xandridas, Nikodamos Boeotians: Thebangelos, Moiri
(272-270) s: Dorotheos, Peision Boeotians: Thebangelos, Moiri
(270) ns: Phrikos, Alponios Boeotians: Damophilos, Kleo
(252/1 or 249/8) itheös, Herys Boeotians: Phainandros, Permon
(256/5 or 254/3) s: Herakleiodoros of Boeotia, the son of Diogeit
(254/3 or 250/49) Aristokrates, Andron Boeotians: Phăeinos, [Ph
(c. 247-240) atidas, Nikaïdas Boeotians: Eupolemos, Lanikos
(c. 250) y of Thespiai and the Boeotian League; and he ha
(254-244) Eparmostes, (?) Autodikos [Boeotians:] . . . Since
(269/8) s: Lampron, Polyxenos Boeotians: Polykritos, Did
(c. 264/3) nians]: Chairestratos Boeotians: Hippokritos, Eus
(c. 263/2) , Eudamidas, Timondas Boeotians: Eusytos, Hippokr
(c. 234) layers: Charikles [of Boeotia], the son of Chairion
(260/59) archos, Timasikrates Boeotians: Oinades, Xenophanes
(260/59) archos, Timasikrates Boeotians: Oinades, Xenophanes
(c. 237/6) ans: Archippos, Herakleides Boeotians: Lysandros,
(225 or 221) ians: Nikias, Orestas Boeotians: Alkinoös, Pto
(c. 222/1) the hostages of the Boeotians and Phokians, both
(250-200) to the league of the Boeotians, it is resolved by
(206/5) los Chians: Leochides Boeotians: Philoxenides, N
(c. 213-203) o. Rhodokles of Boeotia, the son of Herodoros, took
(after 208/7) arode . . . of Boeotia won the contest at the [Pyth
(182-179) 's calendar, as the Boeotians reckon, and of the
(178) son of Apollonides Boeotians: Ophelemos of Thebes,
(c. 172) Decree of the Boeotians. &proxenoi of the
(c. 165) y of Koroneia [in] Boeotia, with a golden [crown]
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