The Museum of Greek and Roman Mythology is a digital instantiation of a museum in the original sense of a place for the Muses and the arts they inspire. Additionally, it is a museum in the sense exemplified by the Museum of Alexandria: a place for scholars to engage in research.
This museum consists of both a collection of media related to Greek and Roman myth and a collection of scholarship on these mythological media produced by the students of Classics 430.
Visitors to the museum are encouraged to take a tour through the places and spaces of Greco-Roman myth and explore their divine and mortal inhabitants through the collections of texts and resources.
Background image: ruins of the Temple of Olympian Zeus at Athens, Jan. 15, 2006, CC BY-SA 2.5
Cover image: Oedipus and the sphinx, Attic red-figure kylix, ca. 475 BC, Gregorian Etruscan Museum, Vatican City