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Topographical Chart of the Plain of Marathon; made upon the spot by the Author; engraved by Neele .
Antient Bulwark near one of the Gates of Thebes; per
haps the Hill of Apollo Ismenius; from a Sketch by the Author . -
View of Thebes towards the North, taken from the South
Fragment of Antient Architecture.
View of the highest Mountain of Euboea, as seen from the
Singular Specimen of Grecian Architecture, hitherto undescribed; as found in Troas, and observed also among the Antiquities of Chaeronea; drawn by Preaur.
Various Representations of the Gorgonian Head;—1. as found by the Earl of Aberdeen in a Tomb near Athens, and originally engraved by Evans;–2. as discovered in a Marble Wow at Delphi;-and 3. as preserved in the old painted Glass of English Churches; copied by R. B. Harraden . - -
CHAP. VII. P Primary Form of Carbonated Lime, exhibited in the Fracture of Common Limestone, upon the Summit of Parnassus; designed from the original by R. B. Harraden, 252
CHAP. VIII. Geographical Sketch of the Environs of Thermopylae . . 284
Esser . . . . . . . . . . . 332
CHAP. X. Mount Athos, as visible from Pieria; etched by L. Byrne, from a Sketch by the Author . . . . . . . . 881
CHAP. XI. Geographical Sketch from D'Anville; shewing the Course of the Via Ignatia from Thessalonica to Epidamnus . . 440
PREFACE to the Third and Last Section of Part the Second.
Manners of the Athenians—Description of a Ball–Mode of Dancing practised by the Women—Superstitions—Funeral Rites of the Albanians—Departure from Athens–Kakūvies —Course of the Antient Road—Kevisia—Stamata—Pillage of MARAthos — Charadrus — View of the PLAIN of MARATHoN–Bey–Sepheri–Mountains of Croton and Agherlichi—BRAURoN—Antiquities in the Plain of Marathon—Tomb of the Athenians—Arrow-heads—Monument of Miltiades—Sepulchre of the Plataeans—Nature of the Soil — Other Marathonian Relics — Fountain of Macaria — Marathonian Lake—Mount Stauro Koraki–Shuli–Mara
thonian Defile—Importance of the Pass—Return to Marathon Village.
the Citadel–Cocla—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 there—Situation of the Fountain Aganippe and Grove of the Muses ascertained—River Permessus—Inscription relating to the Games called MorxEIA—Ertraordinary beauty of the scenery-Situation of the Fountain Hippocrene.
CHAP. IV. P. 133. GROVE OF THE MUSES, UPON MOUNT HELICON, TO LEBADEA. Plants of Helicon—Piew from the Heights—Walley of Sagārā —Ascra—Summit of Helicon—Descent of the Mountain– Kotsimala—Panori–Lebadéa-House of the Archon — Manners of the higher class of Modern Greeks—Order of their meals —Society — "Pava?oi – Ceremony observed in holding a Divān—Low pride–Dresses—Etiquette concerning slippers—Albanian Tenants—Joannina–Modern state of Lebadéa-Hieron of Trophonius—Uncertainty respecting the Adytum—Sources of the Hercyna —Walidity of the remarks by Pausanias—Further account of the sources of the River—Water of Oblivion—Water of Memory—Origin of these appellations—Generalaspect 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 LEBADEa.