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Classical Studies


Greek Mythology Link. Carlos Parada.  In print: Genealogical guide to Greek mythology. Carlos Parada.  Mugar Reference XBL 785 .P37 1993.

Classical Mythology: A Very Short Introduction. Helen Morales. 2007.

Lexicon Iconographicum Mythologiae Classicae (LIMC), ed. Hans Christoph. Text and corresponding image volumes of Greek, Roman, and Etruscan mythology let you discover how ancient authors and artists represented figures from the works of Homer to those of the Romans in literature, vase-paintings, sculpture, and decorative arts. Mugar Reference XN 7760 L49 1981  For a selection of LIMC images, see the picture database Iconiclinc.

Dictionary of Classical Mythology: Symbols, Attributes, and Associations.  Robert Bell. Thematic arrangement; cross references by names. Mugar Reference XBL 715 B44 1982.

Dictionnaire Culturel de la Mythologie Greco-Romaine. Sandrina Agusta-Boularot. References to language, literature, art, music, and cinema. Mugar Reference XBL 715 D53 1992.

The Epithetic Phrases for the Homeric Gods = Epitheta deorum apud Homerum : a repertory of the descriptive expressions for the divinities of the Iliad and the Odyssey. James Dee. Mugar Library PA 4209 .D4 1994.

Early Greek Myth: A Guide to Literary and Artistic Sources. Timothy Gantz.  Mugar Reference XBL 782 G34 1993.

Oxford Guide to Classical Mythology in the Arts. Jane Reid, 2 vols. Each entry provides a description of the mythological figure and its representations in art, music, dance, and literature with references to a list of sources where more information may be found. Mugar Reference XNX 650 M9 R45 1993.


Women of Classical Mythology. Robert Bell. Mugar Reference XBL 745 B445 1991.


World of Classical Myth: Gods and Goddesses, Heroines and Heroes.  Carl Ruck. Mugar Reference XBL 722 R83 1994.

Who’s Who in Classical Mythology. Michael Grant. Well-illustrated with examples from ancient and European art; selected genealogical trees. Mugar Reference XBL 715 G68 1973.

Gods, Saints, and Heroes: An Art History ResourceHannah C. Schockmel, University of Marylalnd.

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