Religious Studies 1210/Classics 2210 Classical Mythology (Fall 2019)

This course surveys the Greek and Roman myths as they are found in the religion, pre-scientific thought, literature, philosophy and art of the Ancient World. These myths helped to make the universe, society and the individual intelligible to the Ancients and have contributed significantly to the art and literature of Western Civilization. The aim of the course is to provide both a general understanding of Greek and Roman culture and a basis for further work in Classics.

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  • Homer,author.
  • Powell, Barry B.,translator,writer of added commentary.
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Publication date: c1985.
Authors:
  • Morford, Mark P. O.,1929-
  • Lenardon, Robert J.,1928-
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Publication date: c2002.
Authors:
  • Powell, Barry B.
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