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15 Ancient Greek Heroes from Plutarch`s Lives [Greece] [Texts] [Authors]

Ancient Greece Research Links [Greece] [Texts] [Authors]

Ancient Greek texts Ancient Greek texts from the epic and lyrical poetry of the 8th-6th century B.C Translated and set to music by IOANNIDIS NIKOLAOS [Greece] [Texts] [Authors]

Apollodorus (chapter on Jason and Medea) Tufts Univ. [Greece] [Texts] [Authors]

Apollonius Rhodius The Argonautica by Apollonius Rhodius - Full Text Free Book [Greece] [Texts] [Authors]

Bulfinch's Mythology The Golden Fleece and Medea, ShowGate [Greece] [Texts] [Authors]

Bulfinch's Mythology The Age of Fable Bulfinch's Mythology THE AGE OF FABLE OR STORIES OF GODS AND HEROES by Thomas Bulfinch [Greece] [Texts] [Authors]

Bulfinch's Mythology, The Age of Fable Bulfinch's Mythology The Age of Fable; or Stories of Gods and Heroes by Thomas Bulfinch eBook [Greece] [Texts] [Authors]

Citing Sources in Research Papers Why Cite Your Sources? The custom of citing references "" that is, providing a record of the sources you have used for your research "" is a form of professional honesty and courtesy that is based on a regard for the responsibilities that writers have to readers and to other writers to indicate when they have used someone else's ideas or words. Univ. of Oregon [Greece] [Texts] [Authors]

Classical Journals (search Greek) Univ. of Toronto [Greece] [Texts] [Authors]

Classical Languages and Literature Books On-line [Greece] [Texts] [Authors]

Euripides (Biography) Tufts Univ. [Greece] [Texts] [Authors]

Euripides (meta-index) Malaspina Univ. [Greece] [Texts] [Authors]

Euripides' Medea Tufts Univ. [Greece] [Texts] [Authors]

Euripides: Notes and Study Guides [Greece] [Texts] [Authors]

Fifteen Greek Heroes from Plutarch's Lives W. H. McCutchen [Greece] [Texts] [Authors]

Fragment of a Greek Tragedy (Parody by A.E. Housman) Univ. of Pennsylvania [Greece] [Texts] [Authors]

Gender and Immortality by Deborah Lyons, Princeton Univ. [Greece] [Texts] [Authors]

Great Books: Antiquity (meta-index) Malaspina Univ. [Greece] [Texts] [Authors]

Greek & Latin Classics Texts Library of Congress [Greece] [Texts] [Authors]

Greek Mythology Links Useful index. [Mythology and Religion]

Greek Mythology Today Excellent resource [Mythology and Religion]

Hesiod, Homeric Hymns, and Homerica U.C., Berkeley [Greece] [Texts] [Authors]

HISTOS Electronic Journal of Ancient Historiography Univ. of Durham [Greece] [Texts] [Authors]

Internet Classics Archive Daniel C. Stevenson M.I.T. [Greece] [Texts] [Authors]

Modern Poetry with a Classical Basis Selected List of Poetry with a Strongly Classical Basis, Mainly Thematic, or which may be of Other Interest to Classicophiles. Lisa Auanger [Greece] [Texts] [Authors]

Mythology, Classics, Ancient History Books Bulfinch's Mythology [Greece] [Texts] [Authors]

Online Medieval and Classical Library U.C., Berkeley [Greece] [Texts] [Authors]

Online Resources for The Oresteia Jeffrey Riegel, U.C., Berkeley [Greece] [Texts] [Authors]

Ovid's Metamorphoses Written 1 A.C.E. Translated by Sir Samuel Garth, John Dryden, et al [Greece] [Texts] [Authors]

Plato The son of wealthy and influential Athenian parents, Plato began his philosophical career as a student of Socrates. When the master died, Plato travelled to Egypt and Italy, studied with students of Pythagoras, and spent several years advising the ruling family of Syracuse. Eventually, he returned to Athens and established his own school of philosophy at the Academy. For students enrolled there, Plato tried both to pass on the heritage of a Socratic style of thinking and to guide their progress through mathematical learning to the achievement of abstract philosophical truth. The written dialogues on which his enduring reputation rests also serve both of these aims. [Greece] [Texts] [Authors]

Plato`s Apology Translated by Benjamin Jowett [Greece] [Texts] [Authors]

Primary Text Index: English Translations Tufts Univ. [Greece] [Texts] [Authors]

Primary Text Index: English Translations Tufts Univ. [Greece] [Texts] [Authors]

Revolution at Corcyra: Thucydides The History of the Peloponnesian War [Greece Ancient War Links]

Sources for Thucydides Thucydides Rhetor: Selected Sources [Greece] [Texts] [Authors]

Summary of Apollodorus' Library Tufts Univ. [Greece] [Texts] [Authors]

Synopsis of the Plot of Chariton's Chaireas and Callirhoe Petronian Society [Greece] [Texts] [Authors]

The Argonautica by Apollonius Rhodius, U.C., Berkeley [Greece] [Texts] [Authors]

The Argonauts Jason is a hero of Greek mythology who lead a group called the Argonauts in the search of the Golden Fleece. His father was Aeson, the rightful king of Iolcus. Pelias, Aeson's half-brother, was power-hungry and wished to gain dominion over all of Thessaly. Pelias was the product of a union between their shared mother Tyro ("high born Tyro") daughter of Salmoneus, and the sea god Poseidon. In a bitter feud, he overthrew Aeson (the rightful king), killing him and hopefully his descendants, who might take revenge on him. [Greece] [Texts] [Authors]

The Best of the Achaeans & Pindar's Homer Gregory Nagy, Johns Hopkins, Univ. Press [Greece] [Texts] [Authors]

The Greek Myths and Prehistory (on-line edition) William Harris, Middlebury College [Greece] [Texts] [Authors]

The Greek World of Mary Renault Ed Stephan [Greece] [Texts] [Authors]

The Last Days of Socrates Kent Anderson, Norm Freund, Clarke College [Greece] [Texts] [Authors]

The Medea Homepage Criticism, background, Info [Greece] [Texts] [Authors]

The Odysseys of Homer (George Chapman English verse) Columbia Univ. [Greece] [Texts] [Authors]

The Xenophon Page San Antonio College [Greece] [Texts] [Authors]

Thomas Bulfinch, His Life and Work This web site has been established to allow the general reading public to learn the results of a lengthy scholarly investigation of the life and works of Thomas Bulfinch (1796 - 1867), author of The Age of Fable, popularly known as Bulfinch's Mythology. Marie Cleary [Greece] [Texts] [Authors]

Use of the Chorus in ... Medea What Is the Role of the Chorus in Medea? Essay by Euripides | Student Essays Summary [Greece] [Texts] [Authors]

War and Peace in Classical Antiquity (Bibliography) Rob S. Rice, Univ. of Pennsylvania [Greece] [Texts] [Authors]