How to Pronounce boeotia?

Correct pronunciation for the word "boeotia" is [bə͡ʊˈə͡ʊʃə], [bə‍ʊˈə‍ʊʃə], [b_əʊ_ˈəʊ_ʃ_ə].

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"Boeotia" in context

Boeotia is a region of central Greece, located north of the Peloponnese and south of Thessaly. It is named after the Boetians, an ancient Greek tribe that settled in the region during the Bronze Age. Boeotia is known for its fertile plains, rolling hills, and many lakes, which are fed by the Cephisus River. The largest city in Boeotia is Thebes, birthplace of the legendary hero Oedipus.

The region of Boeotia was once a powerful state, with Athens, its closest neighbor, as its chief rival for power.

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