Two Watch Towers in the Megarid

@article{TillyardTwoWT,
  title={Two Watch Towers in the Megarid},
  author={H. J. W. Tillyard},
  journal={The Annual of the British School at Athens},
  volume={12},
  pages={101 - 108}
}
  • H. Tillyard
  • Published 1 November 1906
  • History
  • The Annual of the British School at Athens
The mountain-road from Megara to Thebes has always been a highway of some importance. Rising from the Megarian plain, it wound upwards among the hills until it topped the pass leading to the harbour of Aegosthena, passing on the right the site of the modern Vilia; near this pass it joined another road running up from Pagae, the other Megarian harbour. From the nature of the ground the old road and the modern mule-track must have followed much the same lines. The rocky range of hills, over which… 
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