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the CitadelCocla— Remains of LeuctRA— Ruins at Phria

Helicon - Village of Neocorio - Doubts respecting the supposed Situation of Thespia—Medals Discovery of the old Route over Helicon— Further Account of the Albanian Peasants

Journey over Mount Helicon Monastery of St. Nicholo-Antiquities discovered thereSituation of the Fountain Aganippe and Grove of the Muses ascertained –River Permessus—Inscription relating to the Games called MOYSEIA-Extraordinary beauty of the scenery-Situation of the Fountain Hippocrene.

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CHAP. IV.

P. 133.
GROVE OF THE MUSES, UPON MOUNT HELICON, TO

LEBADEA.
Plants of Helicon-View from the Heights-Valley of Sagără

-Ascra-Summit of Helicon-Descent of the Mountain-
Kotamala- Panori-Lebadea – House of the Archon-
Manners of the higher class of Modern Greeks-Order of
their meals Society — 'Pay wdor

– Peywdoi — Ceremony observed in holding a Divân-Low pride-Dresses-Etiquette concerning slippers - Albanian Tenants-Joannina-Modern state of Lebadea-Hieron of Troplonius–Uncertainty respecting the Adytum -Sources of the Hercyna -Validity of the remarks by Pausanias—Further account of the sources of the River-Water of Oblivion—Water of Memory-Origin of these appellations General aspect of the Hieron-Receptacles for the Votive Offerings—Throne of Mnemosyne—Stoma of the Adytum-- Attempt to explore the interior-Situation of the Consecrated Grove Its original decorations-Denuded state of the antient city-Acropolis-Commerce of LEBADÉA.

CHAP. V.

P. 171.
EXCURSIONS FROM LEBADEA, TO CHÆRONÉA AND

ORCHOMENUS.
The Author visits a Village called Capranu-Aspect of PAR-
NASSUS— Ruins of CHÆRONÉA-Inscriptions-Aqueduct-

Theatre-Acropolis - Battles of Chæronéa—Tomb of the Thebans - Sceptre of Agamemnon — Antiquities at the Church of Caprant-Marble Cathedra-Five Inscriptions upon one Tablet-Visit to a Village called Romaiko-Remarkable Bas-relief-Visit to ScrepůRiver Melas— Tomb of Hesiod-Ruins of ORCHOMENUS- Archaïc InscriptionsHieron of the Graces-Inscriptions relating to the Charitesian Games-Observations on the Æolian Digamma-Homo. loïa-Sophocles of Athens mentioned as a Victor in Tragedy -Later Inscriptions Hieron of Bacchus-Sciathericum of the antient City-Greek Epigram thereby illustrated-Treasury of Minyas-Proof of the antiquity of Domes in Architecture-Acropolis of Orchomenus-Condition of the present inhabitants-Superstition respecting certain stones-Return to Lebadéa.

CHAP. VI.

P. 317.

LEBADÉA TO DELPHI. The author sets out for Delphi-View of Parnassus-Circular

Monument-Defile of Schiste—Situation of Crissa-Castri Present condition of Delphi—its antiquities and natural curiositiesInscriptions at St. Nicholo-Fountain Castalius -Gorgonian Head-Plants-Discovery of the Corycian

CHAP. VIII.

P. 284.

FROM TITHOREA, TO THE STRAITS OF THERMOPYLÆ,

AND TO PHARSALUS.

Paleo-Castro-Ledon-Elatéa-Observations by the magnetic

needle - Amphicléa - Via Militaris–Cephissus — Bearings from Mount Eta-Callidromos-Trachiniæ of Sophocles -Cenæan Promontory- Appearance of the Sinus Maliacus -Bodonitza-Topography of the Epicnemidian LocrisThronium-Polyandrium of the Greeks who fell at Thermopylæ-Situation of the Spartan advanced guard-Great northern wall Platanus Orientalis Of the Pylæ and

Thermæ- Fetid gaseous exhalation-alluded to by Sophocles -Nature of the Pass of Thermopylæ-Path over Mount Eta-Heracléa and River Asopus-Plain of Trachinia-Turkish Dervéne_Zeitûn-Albanese Women-Bearings from the HeightsPlain of Dowclu— Plain of CrociusAlos-Plain of Pharsalia-Pharsa — Turkish Khan- Tahtar Couriers.

CHAP. IX.

P. 332.
PHARSALIA, TO THE VALLEY OF TEMPE.

Appearance of the Country after passing Thermopylæ- Bounda

ries and names of Thessaly - Pharsalus and Palæpharsalus - Population of PharsaField of the Battle of Pharsalia Appearance of the Plain-Pelasgiotis - Numerous Sepulchres

- Antique Cars-Larissa—Evil disposition of its inhabitants - Population-Commerce-Peneüs River-Larissa Cremaste Road to Tempe-Tumuli-Military Way-Nesonis Palus

View of Olympus-Entrance of the Valley-GonnusOrigin of the Defile-Ampelâkia - Natural locality of the Verde-antico Marble-consequence of the discovery-Atrakia -Marmor Atracium - Village of Ampelákia -- Manufactory-Effect of the English Cotton-mills-Manner of making the thread-Process of dyeing the wool-Bearing of the Defile-Antient fortification-Roman Inscription-its date ascerlained-use made of it-Former notions of TempeDescriptions given of it by antient authors — Pococke and Busching-Value of Livy's Observations-Pliny and Ælian.

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CHAP. X.

P. 381.
VALE OF TEMPE, TO THESSALONICA.
Ælian-Laurel of Tempe-Banditti-Length of the Pass-

Appearance upon leaving the Defile-Heracléa-Turkish
Funeral-Height of Olympus-Mount Athos-Kallidia
Malathria-Mauro-Nero and Pellica riversInscriptions
Baphyrus — Antient Geography of Pieria uncertainTomb of
Orpheus — Pimpléa - Observations of Livy-Situation of
Dium- Katarina -- View of Olympus-Palæo-Castro-
Cleanly Cottages of the Albanians_Greeks compared with
Albanians ---Women - Shepherds' Dogs in body-clothes -
Mountain barrier of Thessaly-Inscriptions between Kata-
rina and Kitros-Country still called Macedonia-Moun-
tains to the north of Salonîca-Kitros-Pydna—Tomb of
the Macedonians-Transactions at Pydna-Leuterochori-
Methone-Lebâno-Alorus-Inge Mauro ferry-Mauro-
smack ferry-Axius, or Vardar river-Pella-Nature of the
country celebrated for Alexander's Nativity-News of the
Plague-- Tekâle-Geography of Macedonia—Ægæ-Im-
portance of ascertaining its position-Arrival at Thessalonica.

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