The past ten years have been particularly prolific for research in Boeotian epigraphy: excavations and museum work carried out by the ephoreias, along with the activities of international projects such as the Boeotia Project, have yielded many exciting new documents and generated a very dynamic scholarly production. Epigraphy is therefore particularly well served in Boeotia, as the prominent place given to inscriptions in the recently refurbished museums of Chaironeia and, in particularly, Schimatari — and, no doubt, in the future new museum of Thebes too — exemplifies further. The present synopsis cannot cover the entirety of scholarship produced over the past ten years, but it is hoped that it provides a fair overview. Instead of a geographical approach, a thematic arrangement has been preferred.
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