Greek and Roman Mythology
Course Requirements and Rules
Handouts and Notes for Lectures
The Internet Assignment
You can order textbooks for this (and other) course(s) BY MAIL, if you wish, thereby avoiding the long lines in bookstores; delivery time is usually 2-4 days. With credit card in hand, click HERE to visit ETEXT, an online bookstore. Neither Instructor, Department, nor University guarantees your experience; this link is provided solely as a source for students.
- Many interesting and relevant pictures of ancient and more recent artistic representations of the characters in Greek Myth (Haifa).
- Items on Women in Greek Mythology.
- A good source for information about Greek mythology stories in general is the Library of Apollodorus. The text is maintained by the Perseus Project at Tufts University (to whom be honor and glory).
- You can find useful basic information about Sumerian Myths (including Gilgamesh, Ishtar-Astarte-Inanna, Utnapishtim, etc.) in the Sumerian Mythology FAQ.
- You can find useful basic information about Assyro-Babylonian Myths in the Assyro-Babylonian Myth FAQ.
- Click here, if you would like to read the alt. mythology Newsgroup.
NOTE: The above course materials are valid only for Prof. Adams' sections of CLAS 315.
If you want to find out about other professors' sections, you must consult them personally.
Visit the Art and Archaeology Page, for links to ancient places and art objects.