Pausanias 1. 1.1 to 1.4.6

[Athens, google maps]

[1] Cape Sounion (temple to athena, younger, older) Lavrion [map] Patroklos, Attica/ Patroclus of Macedon, Ptolemy II/ Ptolemaic Kingdom Antigonus / Battle of Cos

[2] ἐπίνειον Phaleron Menestheus

[3]”… τοῦτον τὸν Λεωσθένην καὶ τοὺς παῖδας ἔγραψεν Ἀρκεσίλαος.” Arkesilas (Laconian vase painter, but can’t be the same as is mentioned here) Leosthenes Lamia Demos (God of the people) Leochares Conon (Aegospotami) Knidos Caria (Map)

[4] Mounychia (Tourkolimani) ἀπώτερος Colchis Androgeos [are these θεῶν τε ὀνομαζομένων Ἀγνώστων the same as the unknown God of Acts 17:23]** “For as I passed by, and beheld your devotions, I found an altar with this inscription, To The Unknown God. Whom therefore ye ignorantly worship, him declare I unto you.”

[5] κλύδων, ναυάγιον genetyllides PhocaeaὄροφοςMardoniusAlcamenes

[2.1] τοξευθῆναι Pirithous “no one knows anything at all about Hegias” (footnote, Peter Levi), Themiscyra Thermedor / Terme. Antiope. Molpadia.

[2.2] (ἀνιόντων, ἐρείπιον) Thirty Tyrants [so, if the tyrants were 404 BCE Socrates must have been fairly old when he defied them, mid sixties, if he died in his early seventies], Menander

[2.3] Polycrates/ Samos ; πόρρω / ἐπίθημα

[Review of architectural vocabulary: ἐπίθημα… sepulchral figure ; ἀγάλματα , statue to a god… βωμός… stand, a raised platform…ἐπίγραμμα inscription… στοά , roofed collonade… εἰκών, likeness, image]

[2.4] [Kerameikos * / Dipylon Gate τοῖχος δᾷδα Polybotes, Iacchos

[2.5] ἀνάθημα, Mnemosyne, Acratus πηλός, Amphictyon (mythical king of Athens) Icaria, Mount Pentelicus ἐπ᾽ ἐμοῦ … in my time, ἐπὶ Ἰκαρίου … in the days of Ikarus, Eleutherae

[2.6] ἐκδέχομαι

{review of Monarchy in Athens. [0] Actaios (first king of Attica) [1] Kecrops (end of line). [2] Kranaos (“foremost of the Athenians”) [3] Amphyctyon (married to daughter of Kranaos) [4] Erychthonios [no human parents]

[3.1] ἐνιαύσιος / SCIRON Hemera (“Pausanias seems to confuse her with Eos when saying that she carried Cephalus away.”) Cephalus

[3.2] Timotheus (son of Conon),

[3.3] πέραν ἀνήκοοςMelanthus

[3.4] 2nd battle of Mantinea (1st), κατάληψις, πταῖσμα, ἐπίκλησις/ Leochares, Kalamis, Alexicacus, ξόανον

[3.5] θεσμοθέτης, εἰσβολή

[4.1] Eridanos “a river that does not exist anywhere on earth, although it is said to be near the Po” Cassander

[4.2] — [4.3] — [4.4] — [4.5] — [4.6]

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