Shakespeare's Myths

Apollodorus.  The Library, III, iv, 4.

Apuleius.  Metamorphoses, II, 4.

Callimachus.  Hymn V, 107-116.

Diodorus Siculus.  IV, 81, 4-5.

Euripides.  Bacchae, 337-41.

Hyginus.  Fables, 180, 181.

Lucian.  Dialogues of the Gods, XVIII, “Hera and Leto”.

Nonnos of Panopolis.  Dionysiaca, V, 287-533.

Ovid.  Metamorphoses, III, 138-252.

Ovid.  Tristia, II, 103-06.

Pausanias.  Description of Greece, IX, ii, 3.

Plutarch.  Lives, “Sertorius”, I, 2.

Silius Italicus. De Bello Punico, XII, 365-68.


How to cite

Agnès Lafont.  “Actaeon.”  2013.  In A Dictionary of Shakespeare's Classical Mythology  (2009-), ed. Yves Peyré.

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