Useful Sites for Classical Mythology
- Perseus: The most
useful site for studying ancient Greece and Rome.
and Mediterranean Archaeology: A comprehensive catalogue of
sites related to Classics.
One of the best sites, devoted mainly to the study of women and
gender in antiquity, yet with a wide range of broader
in Western Art contains a wide range of mythological
iconography throughout the history of art.
Myth: An excellent overview of Greek mythology, with a
particularly strong and concise overview of the Olympian Gods.
- Encyclopedia Mythica is
a global, cross-cultural on-line reference tool for mythology.
- Argos is the first
peer-reviewed, limited area search engine for studying the ancient
world on WWW. If you ever been frustrated by the lack of
selectivity in commercial search engines, try this!
- My Greek
drama course web
site, which students further interested in Greek drama might
- The web site for the myth
textbook by Morford and Lenardon
- Metis: A QTVR Interface for
Ancient Greek Archaeological Sites
- MIT's Internet Classics
Archive offers free, but dated translations of Greek and Latin
- Gender and
Heroines in Ancient Greek Myth and Cult by Deborah Lyons, Published by Princeton University Press, in an on-line edition
Visit the official websites of:
Then look at the slightly more dignified Heracles
page at Perseus.
ancient and modern can be pretty fun as well.
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