D (r2.7.1) (Robot ouzhpennet: id:Boiotia)
[[Skeudenn:GreeceViotia.png|thumb|200px|right|Boiotia, [[nomos]] e [[Gres]]]]
'''Boiotia''' (Βοιωτία e [[gresianeg]], ''Boeotia'' e [[latin]]), pe '''Beotia''', a oa ur
The destruction of Thebes by [[Alexander the Great]] ([[335 BC]]) seems to have removed the political energy of the Boeotians. They never again pursued an independent policy, but followed the lead of protecting powers. Though military training and organization continued, the people proved unable to defend the frontiers, and the land became more than ever the "dancing-ground of Ares". Though enrolled for a short time in the Aetolian League (about [[245 BC]]) Boeotia was generally loyal to [[Macedon]], and supported its later kings against [[Rome]]. Rome dissolved the league, which, however, was allowed to revive under [[Augustus]], and merged with the other central Greek federations in the [[Achaea|Achaean]] synod. The death-blow to the country's prosperity was given by the devastations during the [[First Mithridatic War]].
==Tud brudet Beotia==