The list includes images related to Greek and Roman Mythology. The images show the influence of Greek/Roman Mythology in Arts and the development of iconography of figures with time. Missing are many images of modern artists due to copyright restrictions. You can send your related images and information which will be added to this list, especially interesting are works of Greek artists (sculptures or images) which are missing or difficult to find.
History, Jefferson Building, USA 1896 Frederick Dielman. History (with mythology and tradition) with an inscription of historians such as Herodotus, Thucydides and Polybius. In the background a Pyramid, the Parthenon and the Colosseum representing the three civilizations of Egypt, Greece and Rome.
Simplified Pantheon Diagram (only some of the important mythological figures included. Adapted from a presentation)
Mythology is the study of whatever religious or heroic legends are so foreign to a student's experience that he cannot believe them to be true, (Robert Graves 1968 ) New Larousse Encyclopedia of Mythology
The Legend of the Trojan War, a short summary by Ian Johnston
Text of the Illiad (by Ian Johnston)
Book 1: The Quarrel by the Ships , Stanley Lombardo reads Homer's The Iliad, Book I in ancient Greek (Real Audio)
Text of the Odyssey ( by Ian Johnston)
Book 1: Athena Visits Ithaca
The Fall of Troy by Quintus Smyrnaeus
BOOK I - How died for Troy the Queen of the Amazons, Penthesileia.
BOOK II - How Memnon, Son of the Dawn, for Troy's sake fell in the Battle
BOOK III - How by the shaft of a God laid low was Hero Achilles.
BOOK IV - How in the Funeral Games of Achilles heroes contended.
BOOK V - How the Arms of Achilles were cause of madness and death unto Aias.
BOOK VI - How came for the helping of Troy Eurypylus, Hercules' grandson
BOOK VII - How the Son of Achilles was brought to the War from the Isle of Scyros
BOOK VIII - How Hercules' Grandson perished in fight with the Son of Achilles
BOOK IX - How from his long lone exile returned to the war Philoctetes.
BOOK X - How Paris was stricken to death, and in vain sought help of Oenone
BOOK XI - How the sons of Troy for the last time fought from her walls and her towers.
BOOK XII - How the Wooden Horse was fashioned, and brought into Troy by her people
BOOK XIII - How Troy in the night was taken and sacked with fire and slaughter.
BOOK XIV - How the conquerors sailed from Troy unto judgment of tempest and shipwreck.
The Odyssey, notes by Ian Johnston
The House of Atreus, a short summary by Ian Johnston
Argonautica, Apollonius Rhodes
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