, an evolving digital library on ancient Greece. Images, texts, maps, essays, on-line Greek-English lexicon, plus much more. Great site for students of Greek art, archaeology, history, literature, and language.
Classical Myth: the Ancient Sources
. Includes both images and texts.
Classical Mythology by Geography
. Discover where your favorite hero is from.
Diotima: Materials for the Study of Women and Gender in the Ancient World
. Especially good because it includes mythology, folklore, and legend from around the world.
Hercules: Greece's Greatest Hero
Images of the Trojan War Myth
, compiled by Robin Mitchell-Boyask
Study Guide for Homer's Iliad
Study Questions for the Iliad
(Robin Mitchell Boyask)
Brief summary of the Iliad
detailed outline of the Iliad
The Homer Home Page
The Structure of Hesiod's Theogony
(University of Pennsylvania)
Brief Background on the Maya and Popol Vuh
Complete translation of
Popol Vuh, Sacred Myth of the Maya
The Structure of Ovid's
: An outline of the entire work.
Synopsis of the
: A summary from Henry T. Riley's 1851 translation.
Who's Who in the
A work-in-progress on an electronic version of the
"Loves of the Gods," notes on the
, by Joseph Farrell.
The Ambrose Collection
of slides illustrating Ovid's
and other myths.
The Ovid Project
, a collection of 17th century engravings of Ovid's
by Johann Wilhelm Baur and others.
Frankenstein, A Modern Prometheus
Frankenstein Films: from Mary Shelley to Kenneth Branagh
A Frankenstein Study: Anatomy of a Story
Frankenstein Exhibit Home Page
(National Library of Medicine)
Resources for the Study of Mary Shelley's
Links to More Information
Argos: Limited Area Search Engine for the Ancient World
Myths and Legends
, tons of links on myths and legends from past and present
Electronic Resources for Classicists
Classics and Mediterranean Archaeology
Exploring Ancient World Cultures
Humanities Home Page
Last Update: 29 July 1999