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LITERATURE
Modern
→ Pizan, Christine de → Epistre Othéa
→ Cycles
→ Prologue - Christine presenting her work to Louis of Orléans
→ cap. 1 (Othéa handing her letter to Hector)
→ cap. 2 (Temperance)
→ cap. 3 (Hercules as Fortitudo)
→ cap. 4 (Minos as Iustitita)
→ cap. 5 (Perseus)
→ cap. 6 (Jupiter)
→ cap. 7 (Venus)
→ cap. 8 (Saturn - see also cap. 51)
→ cap. 9 (Apollo, the Sun)
→ cap. 10 (Phoebe, the Moon)
→ cap. 11 (Mars)
→ cap. 12 (Mercury)
→ cap. 13 (Minerva)
→ cap. 14 (Minerva and Pallas)
→ cap. 15 (Penthesilea)
→ cap. 16 (Narcissus)
→ cap. 17 (Athamas)
→ cap. 18 (Mercury and Aglauros)
→ cap. 19 (Ulysses and Polyphemus)
→ cap. 20 (Latona turns the peasants into frogs)
→ cap. 21 (Bacchus)
→ cap. 22 (Pygmalion)
→ cap. 23 (Diana)
→ cap. 24 (Ceres)
→ cap. 25 (Isis)
→ cap. 26 (Judgement of Midas)
→ cap. 27 (Hercules rescues his friends from Hades)
→ cap. 28 (Cadmus)
→ cap. 29 (Io)
→ cap. 30 (Mercury and Argus)
→ cap. 31 (Neoptolemus as avenger of his father)
→ cap. 32 (Cassandra)
→ cap. 33 (Neptune)
→ cap. 34 (Atropos)
→ cap. 35 (Bellerophon)
→ cap. 36 (Memnon)
→ cap. 37 (Laomedon sends the Argonauts away)
→ cap. 38 (Pyramus and Thisbe)
→ cap. 39 (Aesculapius and Circe)
→ cap. 40 (Death of Achilles)
→ cap. 41 (Busiris)
→ cap. 42 (Hero and Leander)
→ cap. 43 (Greeks demand Helen back from Troy)
→ cap. 44 (Aurora and Cygnus)
→ cap. 45 (Pasiphaë)
→ cap. 46 (Adrastus, Polyneices and Eteocles)
→ cap. 47 (Cupid)
→ cap. 48 (Apollo and Coronis)
→ cap. 49 (Juno as Goddess of riches)
→ cap. 50 (Amphiaraus warns Adrastus against attacking Thebes)
→ cap. 51 (Saturn as example for silence, see also cap. 8)
→ cap. 52 (The crow asks the raven whether to report Coronis's behaviour to Apollo)
→ cap. 53 (Competition between Ganymede and Apollo)
→ cap. 54 (Jason)
→ cap. 55 (Gorgon)
→ cap. 56 (Mars and Venus caught by Vulcan)
→ cap. 57 (Thamaris, Queen of the Amazons)
→ cap. 58 (Medea gives Jason what he needs to gain the Golden Fleece)
→ cap. 59 (Acis and Galatea)
→ cap. 60 (Discordia at the wedding of Peleus and Thetis)
→ cap. 61 (Greek vengeance against Laomedon)
→ cap. 62 (Juno and Semele)
→ cap. 63 (Diana as huntress)
→ cap. 64 (Punishment of Arachne)
→ cap. 65 (Death of Adonis)
→ cap. 66 (First fall of Troy)
→ cap. 67 (Orpheus)
→ cap. 68 (Judgement of Paris, see also cap. 73)
→ cap. 69 (Diana and Actaeon)
→ cap. 70 (Orpheus in the Underworld)
→ cap. 71 (Achilles discovered by Ulysses)
→ cap. 72 (Atalanta and Hippomenes)
→ cap. 73 (Judgement of Paris, see also cap. 68)
→ cap. 74 (Fortuna)
→ cap. 75 (Paris and Helen)
→ cap. 76 (Cephalus and Procris)
→ cap. 77 (Helenus counselling against the abduction of Helen)
→ cap. 78 (Morpheus)
→ cap. 79 (Ceyx and Alcyone)
→ cap. 80 (Troilus persuades Priam to risk war by abducting Helen)
→ cap. 81 (Calchas betraying the Trojans and joining the Greeks)
→ cap. 82 (Hermaphrodite)
→ cap. 83 (Ulysses)
→ cap. 84 (Briseide)
→ cap. 85 (Death of Patroclus)
→ cap. 86 (Narcissus and Echo)
→ cap. 87 (Apollo and Daphne)
→ cap. 88 (Hector and Andromache)
→ cap. 89 (Ninus conquers Babylon)
→ cap. 90 (Priam commands Hector not to go into battle)
→ cap. 91 (Death of Hector)
→ cap. 92 (Achilles kills Hector who is trying to take the armour of Polybetes)
→ cap. 93 (Achilles and Polyxena meet at Hector's tomb)
→ cap. 94 (Ajax)
→ cap. 95 (Antenor betrays Priam)
→ cap. 96 (Trojan Horse)
→ cap. 97 (Sack of Troy)
→ cap. 98 (Circe)
→ cap. 99 (Ino)
→ cap. 100 (The Sybil and Augustus)