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ARTHIST190 Gods, Heroes, and Villains in Ancient Greek Art (Spring 2017): Home

Working with the collections of the Carlos Museum, we will examine how ancient Greek artists depicted myths and legends, and how they portrayed the gods, heroes, and monsters, as a means of exploring relationships to one another, to others, to the past, t

Library Session, Monday Feb 13th at 11:30am in 312

Lexicon iconographicum mythologiae classicae : (LIMC) is a multivolume encyclopedia cataloguing representations of mythology in the plastic arts of classical antiquity,  REF NX650 .M9 L48 and Stacks NX650 .M9 L48

Contents: v. 1. Aara-Aphlad -- v. 2. Aphrodisías-Athenas -- v. 3. Atherion-Eros -- v. 4. Eros-Herakles -- v. 5. Herakles-Kenchrias -- v. 6. Kentauroi et Kentaurides-Oiax -- v. 7. Oidipous-Theseus -- v. 8. Thespiades-Zodiacus -- Indices (2 v. ) -- Suppl. 2009. Abellio-Zeus (2 v. )

Thesaurus Cultus et Rituum Antiquorum (ThesCRA), is a major multivolume reference on all known aspects of Greek, Etruscan, and Roman cults and rituals. Pitts Theology Library   Reference   BL727 .T44 2004

Contents: 1. Processions, sacrifices, libations, fumigations, dedications.

Emory's Michael C Carlos Museum

The collections of Greek and Roman Art at the Michael C. Carlos Museum span over four millennia and represent a variety of media,  including gold, silver, bronze, marble, glass, and clay.

SHAPIRO  MYTH INTO ART
WOODFORD  TROJAN WAR IN ANCIENT ART
WOODFORD    IMAGES OF MYTHS IN CLASSICAL ANTIQUITY
CARPENTE    ART+MYTH IN ANCIENT GREECE

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