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Boeotia is characterized by the large, central Lake Kopais which in turn holds the ancient ruins of Gla. West of this was the City of Orchomenos which was a prosperous city before the Peloponnesian War.
The Peloponnesian War
During the Peloponnesian War the region of Boeotia was embroiled in civil unrest, so much that it was virtually a perpetual battleground. Atrocities committed by local militia ran high, with a notable example being that of Mykalessos, a village that was razed to the ground. As a result of frequent pillaging, the previously self-sufficient, agricultural Boeotia saw much of its farmland destroyed, resulting in an extreme scarcity of resources during this era.
Boeotia was made up of seven regions:
- Cursed Land of Oedipous
- Lake Kopais
- Mount Helikon
- Oropos Heights
- Reborn Hills
- Ruins of Plataia
- Scorched Rolling Plains
- The emblem of Boeotia is akin to shields often depicted in ancient Boeotian coins.