Anthology of Classical Myth: Primary Sources in Translation

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ANTHOLOGY OF
CLASSICAL
MYTH
PRIMARY SOURCES IN TRANSLATION

Edited and Featuring New Translations by

Stephen M. Trzaskoma, R. Scott Smith,
and Stephen Brunet

with Additional Translations by Other Scholars and
an Appendix on Linear B Sources by
Thomas G. Palaima

Hackett Publishing Company, Inc.
Indianapolis/Cambridge

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface xiii
  • Acknowledgments xv
  • A Note to Students xvi
  • A Note to Instructors xxiv
  • Acusilaus 1
  • Aelian 2
  • Aeschylus 5
  • Andron 8
  • Antoninus Liberalis 9
  • Apollodorus 17
  • Archilochus 58
  • Arrian 59
  • Babrius 61
  • Bacchylides 63
  • Bion 73
  • Callimachus 76
  • Cleanthes 84
  • Conon 86
  • Cornutus 89
  • Critias 92
  • Diodorus of Sicily 94
  • Eratosthenes 102
  • Euripides 107
  • Fulgentius 111
  • Hellanicus 114
  • Heraclitus 116
  • Herodorus 121
  • Herodotus 123
  • Hesiod 129
  • Homeric Hymns 168
  • Horace 211
  • Hyginus 216
  • Longus 277
  • Lucian 279
  • Lucretius 298
  • Ovid 306
  • Palaephatus 329
  • Parthenius 340
  • Pausanias 344
  • Pherecydes 354
  • Pindar 356
  • Plato 361
  • Plutarch 376
  • Proclus 378
  • Sallustius 383
  • Sappho 385
  • Semonides 387
  • Simonides 391
  • Sophocles 392
  • Statius 395
  • Theocritus 399
  • Theophrastus 402
  • Thucydides 404
  • Vergil 410
  • Xenophanes 433
  • Xenophon 435
  • Appendix One: Linear B Sources 439
  • Appendix Two: Inscriptions 455
  • Appendix Three: Papyri 469
  • Note on the Texts and Translation 479
  • Names and Transliteration 483
  • Index/Glossary 486
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