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The Oenoe Painting in the Stoa Poikile, and Herodotus' Account of Marathon
E. D. Francis and Michael Vickers
The Annual of the British School at Athens
Vol. 80 (1985), pp. 99-113
Published by: British School at Athens
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/30102822
Page Count: 15
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It is argued that the painting in the Stoa Poikile described by Pausanias as an engagement between Athenians and Spartans at Argive Oenoe in fact refers to Oenoe in Attica, and depicted the arrival of the Plataean contingent prior to the battle of Marathon. The dependence of Herodotus on the paintings in the Stoa Poikile for his account of Marathon is discussed.
The Annual of the British School at Athens © 1985 British School at Athens