After Thespiæ the poet enumerates Graia and Mycalessus, of which we have before spoken. He proceeds as before,
Peteon is a village of the Thebais near the road to Anthedon. Ocalea is midway between Haliartus,2 and Alalcomene,3 it is distant from each 30 stadia. A small river of the same name flows by it. Medeon, belonging to Phocis, is on the Crisæan Gulf, distant from Bœotia 160 stadia. The Medeon of Bœotia has its name from that in Phocis. It is near Onchestus, under the mountain Phœnicium,4 whence it has the appellation of Phœnicis. This mountain is likewise assigned to the Theban district, but by others to the territories of Haliartus, as also Medeon and Ocalea.
“ They who lived near Harma, Eilesium, and Erythræ,”
And they who occupied Eleon, Hyle, and Peteon.1Il. ii. 499.