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The length of the voyage along the coast of the Eleia of to-day, not counting the simuosities of the gulfs, 1s, all told, twelve hundred stadia. And mdeed at the time of the retuin of the Heracleidae and of the division of the country since corresponds closely to other measurements given by Strabo 8 2,1, 8 3 12, See also Curtius, Pelopon- gesos, Vol 11, p Diod Sic 15 And the poet makes it clear that men from Pherae?

Antiy fom 1. Now Kalamata, 8 8. In Poewessa,? There 1s also another 1 See 8 4, 7. Fora long reading in B and also two marginal notes, see C, Muller, Ind. And so Demetnus of Pharos seems to have spoken aptly to Philip? Polybius 7. C 9. Therefore either these verses of the elegy must be denied authority or we must disciedit Philochorus who says that Tyrtaeus was an Athenian from the deme of Aphidnae, and also Callisthenes and several other writers, who say that he came fiom Athens when the Lacedaemonians asked for him in accordance with an oracle which bade them to get a commander from the Athenians.

So the second war was in the time of Tyrtaeus; but also a third and fourth war took place, they say, n which the Messenians were defeated. However, I am overstepping the bounds of moderation in recounting the numerous stories told about a country the most of which 1s now deserted ; in fact, Laconia too 1s now short of population as compared with its large population in olden times, 1 Frag.

Thucydides 1. Among other works Philochorus was the author of an Atthis, a history of Attica in seventeen books from the earliest times to Bc Only fragments are extant, 4 Diodorus Siculus 15, 66 mentions only three Messeman wars. In the bend of the seaboaid one comes, first, to a headland that projects into the sea, Taenarum, with its temple of Poseidon situated in a grove; and secondly, near by, to the cavern?

The roadstead of the seaport was dug by the hand of man, so it 1s said. Now for a time the voyage is along the shore, for about two hundred and forty stadia; then comes a matshy district situated above the gulf, and also a village called Helus! But as yet such a mountain has not been identified, and on still other grounds the conjecture 1s doubtful cp the note on Lect p Now the new possessors of Laconia restrained themselves at first, but after they turned over the government to Lycuigus they so far surpassed the rest that they alone of the Greeks ruled over both land and sea, and they continued ruling the Greeks until they were depiived of their hegemony, first by the Thebans, and immediately after them by the Macedonians.

Now Hellanicus says that Eurysthenes and Procles drew up the constitution ;? At any rate, Ephorus con- tinues, 1t 1s to Lycurgus alone that a temple has been erected and that annual sacrifices are offered, whereas Eurysthenes and Procles, although they were the founders, have not even been accorded the honour of having their respective descendants Josephus, Bell, Jud. In an inscription found on Cape Taenarum by Falconer he was extolled as the special benefactor of the Eleuthero-Lacones For the names see Pausanias, 3 Niese m Nachr.

Cretica And there are quarries of very costly marble—the old quarries of Taenanan marble on Taenarum, and recently some men have opened a large quarry in Taygetus, being supported in their undertaking by the extravagance of the Romans. So Meineke, Muller Dubner and others. Kramer conj. Arter Maleae follows the Argolie Gulf, and then the Hermionic Gulf; the former stretches as far as Scyllaeum, facing approximately east- wards and towards the Cyclades, while the latter 1s moie to the east than the former and extends as far as Aegina and Epidauria Now the first places on the Argolic Gulf are occupied by Lacomans, and the rest by the Argives Among the places belong- ung to the Laconians is Delium, which 1s sacred to Apollo and bears the same name as the place in 1 Odyssey 2.

But the epithets are omitted in Odyssey Temenium lies above the sea at a distance of twenty-six stadia from Argos; and from Argos to Heraeum the distance is forty stadia, and thence to Mycenae ten. After Temenium comes Nauplia, the naval station of the Argives ; and the name 1s derived from the fact that the place 1s accessible to ships. And it 1s on the basis of this name, itis said, that the myth of Naupluwus and his sons has been fabricated by the more recent writers of myth, for Homer would not have failed to mention these, if Palamedes had displayed such wisdom and sagacity, and if he was unjustly and treacherously murdered, and if Nauphus wrought destruction to so many men at Cape Caphereus But in addition 8.

A, man. Next after Nauplia one comes to the caverns and the labyrinths built in them, which are called Cyclopeian.? However, let us for the present postpone the discussion of these places, for they he outside of Argeia, and let us lesume again our description of those in Argeia. And, thirdly, Greece as a whole; at any rate, he ealls all Greeks Argives, just as he calls them Danaans and Achaeans. Odyssey 3 Now the eity of the Argivest 1s for the most part situated in a plain, but it has for a citadel the place called Larisa, a lull that 1s fairly well fortified and contams a temple of Zeus.

And near the city flows the Inachus, a tonential mver that has its sources in Lyrceius, the mountain that is near Cynuria in Areadia. See critical note, 6 2. C 8. Now one of the rivers that flows through Argeia is the Inachus, but there is another river in Argeia, the Erasinus. The latter has its source in Stymphalus in Acadia, that is, in the lake there which is called the Stymphalian Lake, which mythology makes the home of the birds that were diiven out by the arrows and drums of Heracles, and the birds themselves are called Stymphalides.

And they say that the Erasinus sinks beneath the ground and then issues forth in Argeia and waters the plain. The Erasinus is also called the Arsmus. The old temple was destroyed by fire in Bc, Thucy- dides 4 Casaubon emends to Midea; so Meineke.

Scylla, the daughter of Nisus, who, they say, out of love for Minos betrayed Nisaea to him and was diowned in the sea by him, and was here cast ashore by the waves and buried ones was a village, which was depopulated by the Mycenaeans and made into a naval station, but later it dis- appeared from sight and now is not even a naval Station. It 1s situated fifteen stadia above the sea, and it too 1s an important city.

And Ephorus goes on to tell the oracle. The worship of this god was so prevalent among the Greeks that even the Macedonians, whose power already extended as far as the temple, in a way pleseived its inviolability, and were afraid to drag away the suppliants who fled for refuge to Calaunia; undeed Axichias, with soldiers, did not venture to do violence even to Demosthenes, although he had been oidered by Antipate: to biing him alive, both him and all the other orators he could find that were under similar charges, but tried to persuade him , he could not persuade him, however, and Demosthenes forestalled him by suiciding with poison Now Troezen and Pittheus, the sons of Pelops, came ouiginally from Pisatis, and the former left behmd him the city which was named after him, and the latter succeeded him and ieigned as hing But Anthes, who previously had possession of the place, set sail and founded Halicarnassus ; but concerning this I shall speak in my description of Caria and Tioy?

And colonists were sent foith by the Aeginetans both to Cydonia in Crete and to the country of the Ombrici1. Thucydides says that this place is in Cynuua on the common border of A1geia and Laconia. And there are also Hysiae, a well-known place in Aigolis, and Cenchreae, which hes on the road that leads from Tegea to Aigos through Mt. See critical note. So then, of the cities in the Peloponnesus, Argos and Sparta prove to have been, and still are, the most famous; and, since they are much spoken of, there 15 all the less need for me to desenbe them at length, for if I did so I should seem to be repeat- ing what has been said by all writers.

Now im early times Argos was the more famous, but later and ever afterwards the Lacedaemonians excelled, and persisted in preserving their autonomy, except per- haps when they chanced to make some slight blunder! Now the Argives did not, indeed, admit Pyirhus into their city nm fact, he fell before the walls, when a certain old woman, as 1t seems, diopped a tile upon his head , but they became subject to other kings; and afte: they had jomed the Achaean League they came, along with the Achaeans, under the dominion of Rome; and their city persists to this day second im rank after Sparta.

But let me speak next of the places which are named in the Catalogue of Ships as subject to Mycenae and Menelaus. Now Mycenae is no longer in existence, but 1t was founded by Perseus, and Perseus was suc- ceeded by Sthenelus, and Sthenelus by Eurystheus , and the same men ruled over Argos also.

Cleonae is a town situated by the road that leads fiom Argos to Corinth, on a hill which And here too, between Cleonae and Phlius, are Nemea and the sacred precinct in which the Argives are wont to celebrate the Nemean Games, and the scene of the myth of the Nemean hon, and the village Bembina Cleonae 1s one hundred and twenty stadia distant from Argos, and eighty from Corinth.

I myself have beheld the settlement from Acrocorinthus. And also the duties on what by land was exported from the Peloponnesus and what was imported to 1t fell to those who held the keys. The situation of the city, as desenbed by Hieronymus? And from the summit, looking towards the north, one can view Parnassus and Helicon— lofty, snow-clad mountains—and the Crisaean Gulf, which hes at the foot of the two mountains and 1s suirounded by Phocis, Boeotia, and Megaris, and by the parts of Corinthia and Sicyonia which he across the gulf opposite to Phocis, that 1s, towards the west.

Muller con. But Mummuus took it lightly, for he cared nothing about them, so that he gamed more repute than the man who dedicated them Now after Corimth had 1emained deseited for a long time,! Araethyrea is the countiy which is now called Phhasia, and near the mountain Celossa?

A part of the mountain Celossa is Mt Carneates, whence the Asopus takes its beginning—the rive that flows past Sicyonia, and forms the Asopian country, which is a pait of Sicyomia There is also an Asopus that flows past Thebes and Plataea and Tanagra, and there 1s anothe: in the Trachiman Heracleia that flows past a village which they call Parasopn, and there 1s a fourth in Paros.

Phlius is situated in the centre of a circle formed by Sicyonia, Argeia, Cleonae and Stymphalus. Sicyon was iuled by tyiants most of the time, but its tyrants were always reasonable men, among whom the most illustrious was Aratus,? Polybius, 4 8 4 Bo. And he made seveial regulations of this kind, and at his death left lis own name to the country But the country had then come to be so populous that the Athemans even sent forth a colony of Ionians to the Peloponnesus, and caused the countiy which they occupied to be called Ioma after themselves mnstead of Aegialus ; and the men were divided into twelve cities and called Ionians mstead of Aegialeians.

Polybius 2 The former is more probable, for the extant text of Polybius 2 37 ff. And when Aratus was general he took the Acrocormthus away from Antigonus? Now the poet does not mention the Olenus in Achaea, just as he does not mention several other inhabited places in the region of the Aegialus, although he speaks of them im a rather general way. Each of the twelve divisions consisted of seven or eight communities, so populous was the country. But Peliana 1s different from these two; 1t is a Laconian place, and its ter1itory inclines, approximately, to- wards the teriitory of Megalopolis.

But Aegium has a considerable population. Partsch in Berl. After Rhypes comes Patrae, a noteworthy city; between the two, however, is Rhium also Anti rhium ,? And recently the Romans, after their victory at Actium, settled a considerable part of the army at Patiae, and it 1s ex- ceptionally populous at present, since it 1s a Roman colony; and it has a fairly good anchoring-place. The Arcadian tnbes—the Azanes, the Parrhasians, and other such peoples—-are reputed to be the most ancient tmbes of the Greeks.

Now Mantineia was made famous by Epamei- nondas, who conquered the Lacedaemonians in the second battle, nm which he himself lost his life. But Mantineia itself, as also Orchomenus, Heraea, Cleitor, Pheneus, Stymphalus, Maenalus, Methy- drium, Caphyeis, and Cynaetha, no longer exist ; or else traces or signs of them are scarcely to be seen.

Lycaeum is also honoured to a slight extent. Hiller Hratosthenes Carm. Thus some writers tell it. According to Artemidorus, therefore, the distance from the Ister to Maleae amounts to 1 Apparently Mt. Chaon see Pausamas, 2, 24 2 xxxiv. The eause of this excess! Meineke and others, follow- ing Du Theil, rightly transfer them as above. I must therefore describe these two Eudoxus 3 says that 1 one should imagine a straight hne drawn in an easterly direction from the Ceraunian Mountains to Sunium, the promontory of Attica, 1t would leave on the nght, towards the south, the whole of the Peloponnesus, and on the left, towards the north, the continuous coast-line from the Ceraunian Mountains to the Ciisaean Gulf and Meganis, and the coast-line of all Attica And he believes that the shore which 1 8,1.

A man. Boeotia, since it has a sea on either side, becomes an isthmus of the third peninsula above-mentioned, an isthmus comprising within it the parts that he towards the Peloponnesus, that 1s, Megaris and Attica. I shall therefore describe these sides, resummng again at that point of the seaboard where I left off. For the story, see Pausanias, 2. They leave no room for a road along the sea, but the road from the Isthmus to Megara and Attica passes above them However, the road approaches so close to the rocks that in many places it passes along the edge of precipices, because the mountain situated above them 1s both lofty and impracticable for roads.

After the Sceironian Rocks one comes to Cape Minoa, which projects into the sea and forms the harbour at Nisaea Nisaea is the naval station of the Megarians ; it 1s eighteen stadia distant from the city and 1s joined to 1t on both sides by walls. The naval station, too, used to be called Minoa 5. In early times this country was held by the same Ionians who held Attica. Megara, however, had not yet been founded ; and therefore the poet does not specifically mention this region, but when he calls all the people of Attica Athenians he includes these too under the general name, considering them Athenians.

Although different writers have stated the division into four parts in different ways, it suffices to take the following from Sophocles: 1 Thad II, p. But being defeated in battle they retired from the whole of the land except the Megarian territory ; this they occupied and not only founded the city Megara?!

The city of the Meganans has expenenced many changes, but nevertheless 1t has endured until the present time. It once even had schools of philosophers who were called the Megarian sect, these being the successors of Eucleides, the Socratic philosopher, a Megarian by birth, just as the Eleian sect, to which Pyrrhon belonged, were the successors of Phaedon the Eleian, who was also a Socratic philosopher, and just as the Eretrian sect were the successois of Menedemus the Eretrian. The country of the Megarians, hke Attica, has rather poor soul, and the greater part of it 1s occupied by the Oneian Mountains, as they are called—a kind of ridge, which extends from the Sceironian Rocks to Boeotia and Cithaeron, and separates the sea at Nisaea from the Alcyonian Sea, as it is called, at Pagae 9 On the voyage from Nisaea to Attica one comes to five smallislands Then to Salamis, which is about seventy stadia in length, though gome say eighty.

It 15 from one! But 1t seems that in early times the present Salamis was a separate state, and that Megara was a part of Attica And itis on the seaboard opposite Salamis that the boundaries between the Megarian country and Atthis? This Ictinus also built the Parthenon on the Acro- polis in honour of Athena, Pencles superintending the work Eleusis 1s numbered among the demes.

And near by, too, 15 Atalanta, which bears the same name as the island near Euboea and the Locnans, and another island similar to Psyttalia. Then one comes to the Peiraeus, which also is classed among the demes, and to Munychia.

But the numerous wars caused the ruin of the wall and of the fortress of Munychia, and reduced the Peiraeus to a small settlement, round the harbours and the temple of Zeus Soter. The small roofed colonnades of the temple have admirable paintings, the works of famous artists, and its open court has statues The long walls, also, are torn down, having been destroyed at first by the Lacedaemomans, and later by the Romans, when Sulla took both the Peiraeus and the city by siege?

The city itself is a rock situated in a plain and surrounded by dwellings. On the rock 1s the sacied precinct of Athena, comprising both the old temple of Athena Polias,? I see Eleusis, and I have become an initiate into its sacred mysteries , yonder 1s the 3 Cp Pausanias 1 26 7.

Only fragments remain, 5 In the rock of the well in the Erechtheium. And, as has already been said,? See Frazer, note on Pausanias 1, 18 6. However, it 1s not permitted me to linger over details, since they are so numerous, nor yet, on the other hand, to pass by them all in silence without even mentioning one or another of them in a summary way.

It suffices, then, to add thus much: According to Philochorus, when the country was being devas- tated, both fiom the sea by the Carians, and from the land by the Boeotians, who were called Aomians, Cecrops first settled the multitude in twelve cities, the names of which were Cecropia, Tetrapolis, Epaciia, Deceleia, Eleusis, Aphidna also called Aphidnae, in the plural , Thoricus, Brauron, Cy- therus, Sphettus, Cephisia. For even though they were molested for a short time by the Macedonian kings, and were even ,torced to obey them, they at least kept the geneal type of their government the same And some say that they were actually best governed at that time, during the ten years when Cassander reigned over the Macedonians, For although this man 1s reputed to have been rather tyrannical m lus dealings with all others, yet he was kindly disposed towards the Athenians, once he had reduced the city to sub- jection, for he placed over the citizens Demetnus of Phalerxum, one of the disciples of Theophrastus the plulosophe1, who not only did not destioy the democracy but even improved it, as is made clear in the Memous which Demetrius wrote conceining this government.

But the envy and hatred felt for oligarchy was so strong that, after the death of Cassander, Demetrius was foiced to flee to Egypt, and the statues of him, more than three hundred, were pulled down by the insurgents and melted, and some writers go on to say that they were made into chamber-pots. Be that as it may, the Romans, seeing that the Athenians had a democratic govern- ment when they took them over, preserved their autonomy and hberty.

But when the Mithridatic War came on, tyrants were placed over them, whom- ever the king wished. But most of these islands are uninhabited Here, too, 1s the scene of the myth of the Marathoman bull, which was slain by Theseus After Marathon one comes to Tricorynthus, then to Rhamnus, the sanctuary of Nemesis, then to Psaphis, the land of the Oropians. This island, they say, is mentioned by the poet where Alexander? Of the mountains, those which are most famous are Hymettus, Brilessus, and Lycabettus, and also Parnes and Corydallus.

Near the city are most excellent quarries of marble, the Hymettian and Pentelic. Hymettus also produces the best honey. The silver mines in Attica were originally valuable, but now they have failed. Moreover, those who woiked them, when the mining yielded only meagre returns, melted again the old refuse, or dioss, and were still able to extiact from it pure silver, since the workmen of earlier tumes had been unskilful in heating the ore in furnaces But though the Attic honey is the best in the world, that in the countiy of the silver mines 1s said to be much the best of all, the kind which is called acapniston?

The rivers of Attica are the Cephissus, winch 1. Du Theil inserts as above, and so Muller- Dubner and Meineke. Ephorus declares that Boeotia is superior to the countries of the bordeiing tubes, not only in fertility of soil, but also because it alone has three seas and has a greater number of good harbours; in the Ciisaean and Corinthian Gulfs it 1eceives the products of Italy and Sicily and Libya, while in the pait which faces Euboea, since its seaboard branches off on either side of the Euupus, on one side towards Aulis and the teriitory of Tanagra and on the other towards Salganeus and Anthedon, the sea stretches unbioken?

Be that as 1t may, Boeotia in earlier times was inhabited by barbarians, the Aones and the Tem- mices, who wandered thither from Sunium, and by the Leleges and the Hyantes. Those Phoenicians founded Thebes in addition to the Cadmeia, and preserved their domimon, commanding most of the Boeotians until the expedition of the Epigom.

On this occasion they left Thebes for a short time, but came back again And, in the same way, when they were ejected by the Thracians and the Pelas- gians, they established their government in Thessaly along with the Ainae: for a long time, so that they were all called Boeotians. Then they returned to the home-land, at the time when the Aeolian fleet, near Aulis in Boeotia, was now ready to set sail, I mean the fleet wlnch the sons of Orestes were despatching to Asia.

A long time afterwards the country was thoroughly devastated by the Persian war that took place near Plataeae. Then they recovered themselves to such an extent that the Thebans, having conquered the Lacedaemomans in two battles, laid claim to supremacy over the Gieeks. Chalcis was joined to the mainland by a bridge. Afte: Delphinium, at a distance of twenty stadia, 18 Oropus , and opposite Ouopus is the present Eretria, and to it the passage acioss the strait 1s forty stadia.

It was to this place that the Athemians, after then defeat in battle, made their headlong flight, and in the flight Socates the philosopher, who was serving on foot, since his horse had got away from him, saw Xenophon the son of Gryllus lying on the ground, having fallen from his horse, and took hin up on his shoulders and cared him in safety for many stadia, until the fight ceased. In BC. Chalcis was still joined to the continent by a bridge m Bc Livy 28 6 , and Aemilius Paulus went to see 1t about Bc Livy Concernmg the refluent currents of the Euripus it 1s enough to say only thus much, that they are said to change seven times each day and night; but the cause of the changes must be investigated elsewhere.

It 1s named after Salganeus, a Boeotian, who was buned there—the man who guided the Persians when they sailed mto this channel from the Mahaec Gulf. Also Mycalessus, a village, 1s in the Tanagraean territory. And Harma is likewise in the Tanagraean territory ; 1t 1s a deserted village near Mycalettus, and received its name from the chariot of Amphiaraus, and 1s a different place from the Harma in Attica, which is near Phyle, a deme of Attica bordering on Tanagra.

They would keep watch for three months, for three days and nights each month, fiom the altar of Zeus Astrapaeus ;? Hyna 1s the scene of the myth of Hyrieus, and of the birth of Orion, of which Pindar speaks in his dithyrambs; 3] it 15 situated near Aulis. There 1s also a Hysiae in the Argive territory, a village, and its inhabitants aie called Hysiatae.

The Erythiae in Ionia 1s a colony of this Erythrae. Thucydides 3. Ac, ghrkino. Here, too, 1s the scene of the myth of Glaucus, the Anthedonian, who 1s said to have changed into a sea-monster 8 Such, then, 1s the seaboard facing Euboea The plains in the interior, which come next 1n order, are hollows, and aie surrounded everywhere on the remaining sides?

Some of these plains are marshy, since riveis spread out over them, though other rivers fall into them and later find a way out; other plains are diied up, and on account of their feitility are tilled in all kinds of ways, But since the depths of the earth are full of caveins and holes,? And when the channels in the depths of the earth are stopped up, 1t comes to pass that the lakes expand as far as the inhabited places, so that they 1 The range of mountains in Boeotia between Lake Copais and the Cormthian Gulf 5.

One of two things has taken place: either the cities have remained unremoved, when the increase in the wateis has been insufficient to overflow the dwellings because of their elevation, or else they have been abandoned and rebuilt elsewhere, when, being oftentimes endangeied by their neainess to the lake, they have relieved themselves from fear by changing to distiicts farther away or higher up.

This 1s best shown by the Cephissus, which fills Lake Copais; for when the lake had increased so much that Copae! And when it leaves this lake the Cephissus at last flows out to the sea. Now at that time, when the flooding of the lake ceased, there was also a cessation of danger to those who lived near it, except in the case of the cities which had already been swallowed up.

We should expect, oe.. These cities, 1t is said, were founded by Cecrops, when he ruled over Boeotia, then called Ogygia, but were later wiped out by inundations. Now these rivers flow down from the Phocian mountains, and among them the Cephissus, which takes its beginning at Lilaea, a Phocian city, as Homer says.

And also the Permessus and the Olmeuus, flowing from Helicon, meet one another and fall into the same 1 On the Triton River, see Pausanias, 9, Thad Dubner SAreads 7K.. From conj. These lakes suggest the order of the places that come next after them, so that nominally their positions are clearly determined, because the poet observes no order in naming the places, whether those that are worthy of mention or those that are not.

But it is difficult, in naming so many places, most of them insignificant and situated in the interior, to avoid error in every case in the matter of their order. The seaboard, however, has a certain advantage with 1egard to this: the places there are better known; and, too, the sea more readily sug- gests the oider of places Therefore I, too, shall try to take my beginnings from the seaboard, although at present I shall disregard this intention, and following the poet shall make my enumeration of the places, adding everything taken from other writers, but omitted by him, that may be useful to 1 had 2.

He begins at Hyria and Aulis, concerning which I have already spoken! C- thaeron, also, ends not far from Thebes The 19 2. So spelled by Xenophon, Helleneca 5. And in the terri- tory of Thebes are also Therapnae and Teumessus, which latter Antimachus has adorned with praise in many verses,! Thespiae is a city near Mt Helicon, lying somewhat to the south of it; and both it and Helicon are situated on the Crisaean Gulf. It has a sea-port Creusa, also called Creusis. This city Hesiod himself has satirnsed in verses which allude to his father, 1 In his epic poem entitled Thebars.

The Thracians used to be called Pietes, but, now that they have disappeared, the Mace- donians hold these places It has been 4 that Thiacians once settled mn this pat of Boeotia, having overpowered the Boeotians, as did also Pelas- gians and other barbarians. Now in earlier times Thespiae was well known because of the Eros of Praxiteles, which was sculptured by him and dedi- cated by Glycera the courtesan she had received it as a gift from the artist to the Thespians, since she was a native of the place Now im earlier times travellers would go up to Thespeia, a city otherwise not woith seeing, to see the Eros; and at present it and Tanagra are the only Boeotian cities that still endure; but of all the rest only ruins and names are left The Phocian Medeon 1s on the Crisaean Gulf, at a distance of one hundred and sixty stadia fiom Boeotia, whereas the Boeotian Medeon, which was named after it, 15 near Onchestus at the base of the mountain Phoenicius, and from this fact its name has been changed to Phoenicis This moun- tain 1s also called a part of the Theban teiritory ; but by some both Medeon and Ocalea are called a part of the territory of Haliartus.

Con- cernng Copae I have already spoken? In early times, at least, the lake had no common name, but was called by different names corresponding to the several settle- ments lying on it, as, for instance, Copais from Copae, Hahartis from Haliartus, and so in the case of the rest of the settlements; but later the whole lake was called Copais, this name pievailmg over 1 Thad 2 Pletho; so later editors read.

Now Coroneia 1s situated on a height near Helicon. It was situated ina nanow place, between the mountain situated above it and Lake Copais, neai the Permessus and Olmeius Rivers and the marsh that produces the flute-1eed 31 Plataeae, which Homer? Onchestus is where the Amphictyonic Council 1 Of his works only sixteen epigrams are now extant 2 1. The Teneric Plain 1s named after Tenerus In myth he was the son of Apollo by Melia, and was a prophet of the oracle on the Ptous Mountain, which the same poet calls three-peaked.

And here, too, are to be seen tombs of those who fell in the battle, tombs erected at public expense And it was in the same region that the Romans so completely defeated the forces of Mithndates, many tens of thousands in number, that only a few escaped in safety to the sea and fled in their ships, whereas the rest either perished or were taken captive 88 At Lebadeia is situated an oracle of Tropho- nian Zeus THe oracle has a descent into the earth consisting of an undergiound chasm, and the person who consults the oracle descends into it himself.

It is situated between Mt. Helicon and Chaeroneia, near Coroneia. They say that some of the Minyae enngrated fiom here to Ioleus, and that from this fact the A1gonauts were called Minyae Clearly it was in eaily times both a nch aud very powerful city. Meimeke ejects. But the missing part is supphed by the second hand, VOL. They say that the place now occupied by Lake Copais was formeily dry ground, and that it was tilled in all kinds of ways when it was subject to the Orchomemians, who hved near it And this fact, accordingly, 1s adduced as an evidence of their wealth.

Now in earlier times Orchomenus was situated on a plain, they say, but when the waters overflowed, the mhabitants migrated up to the mountain Acontius, which extends for a distance of sixty stadia to Parapotamu in Phocis And they relate that the Achaeans m Pontus, as they are called, aie a colony of Oichomemans who wandered there with Jalmenus after the capture of Troy There was also an Orchomenus in the neigh- bourhood of Carystus. The othe: division of inhabitants 18 itself also divided, nm a way, into two parts: the Opuntians, named after their metropolis, whose territory borders on Phocis and Boeotia, and the Epicnemidians, named after a mountain called Cnemis, who are next to the Oetaeans and Mahians, In the middle between both, I mean the Westerners and the other division, 1s Parnassus, extending lengthwise into the northerly part of the country, from the region of Delphi as far as the junction of the Oetaean and the Aetolian mountaims, and the eountry of the Donans which lies in the middle between them.

Immediately above these are the Thessalians, the northeily Aetolians, the Acar- nanians, and some of the Epeinote and Macedoman tribes As I was saying before,! The whole of Parnassus 1s esteemed as sacred, since 1t has caves and other places that are held m honour and deemed holy.

Of these the best known and most beautiful 1s Corycium, a cave of the nymphs beaing the same name as that in Cilicia. Now the long sides of each of the above-mentioned countries and mbbon- 49 2. Delpln, I say, is famous because of these things, but Elateia, because it 1s the Jaigest of all the cities there, and has the most advantageous position, because it is situated in the nariow passes and because he who holds this eity holds the passes leading mto Phocs and Boeotia For, fist, there are the Oetaean Mount ains, and then those of the Locrians and Phocians, which are not everywhere passable to invaders fiom Thessaly, but have passes, both narrow and separated from one another, which are guarded by the adjacent cities; and the result is, that when these cities are captured, their captors master the passes also But since the fame of the temple at Delphi has the priouty of age, and since at the same time the position of its places suggests a natural beginning for these are the most westerly parts of Phocis , I should begin my description there 3.

Kpleca MSS and editors before Kramer. Situated above Delphi 1s Lycoieia, on which place, above the temple, the Delphians were established im eather times But now they live close to the temple, round the Cas- talian fountain. Situated m front of the city, toward the south, is Cirphis, a precipitous mountain, which leaves in the intervening space a iavine, through which flows the Pleistus Rive: Below Cnuphis hes Cuiha, an ancient city, situated by the sea, and from it there is an ascent to Delphi of about eighty stadia It 15 situated opposite Sicyon.

In front of Curha hes the feitie Crisaean Plain, for again one comes next 1n order to another city, Ciisa, from which the Crisaean Gulf is named. Then to Anticyia, bearing the same name as the city on the Maliac Gulf near Oeta And, in truth, they say that it is in the latter region that the hellebore of fine quality is produced, though that produced in the former is better prepared, and on this account many people resoit thither to be purged and cured ; for in the Phocian Anticyra, they add, grows a sesame-like medicinal plant with which the Oetaean hellebore is prepared 4 Now Anticyra still endures, but Cirrha and Crisa have been destroyed, the former earlier, by the Crisaeans, and Crisa itself later, by Eurylochus the Thessalian, at the time of the Crisaean War.

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