Travelling Heroes: Greeks and Their Myths in the Epic Age of Homer - Robin Fox Lane

The author looks for every shred of evidence he can find about contact with other cultures in the Greek dark ages. While he defends his theories pretty well, they still seem pretty speculative. Sometimes his conclusions are interesting and his enthusiasm is infectious. More often, it's very dry. Once every few dozen pages he sneaks in a truly awful/excellent joke. I don't regret reading it, but I couldn't recommend it.



Cycladic Woman's Head


Theseus


Ancient


Kylix - Villa Giulia Painter


Selene, from the Pergamon Altar


Black-Figure Helm


Cycladic Harp Player


The Pythagorean Theorem In Byrne's Euclid