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Perseus Encyclopedia

Haliartus

ALIARTOS (Ancient city) VIOTIA
City of Boeotia, burned by Medes, its roofless and half-burnt temples, Tolmides defeated at H., attacked by Lacedaemonians under Lysander, land of Haliartus formerly belonged to Athamas.

Ocaleae

OKALEI (Ancient city) VIOTIA
In Boeotia, Alcmena at.

Strabo

Haliartus

ALIARTOS (Ancient city) VIOTIA
Haliartus is no longer in existence, having been razed to the ground in the war against Perseus; and the country is held by the Athenians, a gift from the Romans. It was situated in a narrow place, between the mountain situated above it and Lake Copais, near the Permessus and Olmeius Rivers and the marsh that produces the flute reed (Strab. 9,2,30).

This extract is from: The Geography of Strabo (ed. H. L. Jones, 1924), Cambridge. Harvard University Press. Cited Jan 2003 from The Perseus Project URL below, which contains comments & interesting hyperlinks.


Boeotian Medeon, Phoenikis

MEDEON (Ancient city) VIOTIA
The Phocian Medeon is on the Crisaean Gulf, at a distance of one hundred and sixty stadia from Boeotia, whereas the Boeotian Medeon, which was named after it, is near Onchestus at the base of the mountain Phoenicius (Stravo 9,2,26).

Ocalee

OKALEI (Ancient city) VIOTIA
Ocalee is midway between Haliartus and Alalcomenium, thirty stadia distant from each; and a river bearing the same name flows past it.

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