Project - The Greek Myths

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Faculty of Arts
  • Project Name: The Greek Myths
  • Field Researcher: U168963
  • Department: Classics
  • Faculty: Arts
  • Start Date: 23rd October 2001
  • End Date: Even having this box is mind-numbingly optimistic. Somewhen in 2003 perhaps?
  • Assisting Sub-Editor: U185287

A Note on the Project

Before you start reading this project, the authors would like to mention that there is often more than one version of most of the myths. This is partly because of poor documentaion and distortion through word of mouth, but also partly because the Ancient Greek empire lasted for well over a thousand years. Consequently, their culture and values changed somewhat over the years, and their myths evolved with them.

This project is designed to be a guide to Greek Mythology, but not a thesis. Where possible, links have been included to sites with more information on a particular myth.

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Key : F - Finished (not neccessarily including links). N - Nearing Completion. H - Half-finished or less

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