About this website
Hi, my name is Borut Šimon and I`m a web developer from Slovenia. I studied mathematics, computer science and economics, but never really made it. Instead of pursuing university degree, I went into website business with my friends, where I basically am today. The knowledge and experience, I gained during this time, was priceless. And If I were to choose again, I would probably follow the same path. Anyway, these days I decided to unite my work and passion, because it`s what I always wanted and I`m glad to had taken a step in this direction.
Currently I`m both author and publisher of all the content on this website but that may change in the future and if so I will provide additional information accordingly. Right now I`m also working on a side project that will be a sort of platform for this website where all of my work will be stored and sources provided so you may expect an overhaul of the existing content. Some of the work has already been done so I will link it to the sources, rest is in the process so please be patient because it is a very slow and time consuming work.
Aelian - On the Characteristics of Animals, translated by Alwyn Faber Scholfield
Aeschylus - Prometheus Bound, translated by Herbert Weir Smyth
Aeschylus - Prometheus Unbound, translated by Herbert Weir Smyth
Aeschylus - Seven against Thebes, translated by Herbert Weir Smyth
Apollodorus - The Library, translated by James George Frazer
Apollonius Rhodius - Argonautica, translated by Robert Cooper Seaton
Callimachus - Hymns and Epigrams, Lycophron and Aratus, translated by Alexander William Mair
Claudian - Rape of Proserpine, translated by Maurice Platnauer
Clement - Exhortations, translated by George William Butterworth
Clement - Recognitions, translated by Rev. Thomas Smith
Diodorus Siculus - Library of History, translated by Charles Henry Oldfather
Fulgentius - Mythologies, translated by Leslie George Whitbread
Hesiod - The Theogony, translated by Hugh Gerard Evelyn-White
Hesiod - Works and Days, translated by Hugh Gerard Evelyn-White
Homer - The Odyssey, translated by Ian Johnston
Homer - The Iliad, translated by Ian Johnston
Homeric hymns, translated by Hugh Gerard Evelyn-White
Hyginus - Astronomica, translated by Mary Grant
Hyginus - Fables, translated by Mary Grant
Nonnus - Dionysiaca, translated by William Henry Denham Rouse
Orphic hymns, translated by Thomas Taylor
Ovid - Fasti, translated by James George Fazer
Ovid - Heroides, translated by Grant Showerman
Ovid - Metamorphoses, translated by Brookes More
Pausanias - Descriptions of Greece, translated by William Henry Samuel Jones
Pindar - Isthmian Odes, translated by Diane Arnson Svarlien
Plato - Protagoras, translated by William Heinemann
Plutarch - Lives I, Theseus and Romulus, Lycurgus and Numa, Solon and Publicola, translated by Bernadotte Perrin
Publius Papinius Statius - Achilleid, translated by John Henry Mozley
Publius Papinius Statius - Thebaid, translated by John Henry Mozley
Quintus Smyrnaeus - The Fall of Troy, translated by Arthur Sanders Way
Valeurs Flaccus - Argonautica, translated by John Henry Mozley
Virgil - Aeneid, translated by Henry Rushton Fairclough
Virgil - Ecologes, translated by Henry Rushton Fairclough
Virgil - Georgics, translated by Henry Rushton Fairclough
I have to say special thanks to my friend Uroš Forjanič who transferred the idea of design into reality.
Picture of Coeus, on the titans page, was provided by Chamakoso from www.deviantart.com
Picture of Themis, on the titans page, was provided by KareemsBlackbook from www.deviantart.com
Picture of Tethys, on the titans page, was provided by Irasan from www.deviantart.com
Picture of the temple of Artemis Orthia, on Sparta page, was provided by Andrew from his website www.civilisation.org.uk
Picture of Sky deities, on the other deities page, is a snapshot from the movie called Take shelter.
Picture of Automatons, on the mythical creatures page, is a snapshot from the movie of Jason and the Argonauts.
Pictures of Agricultural deities and Water deities, on other deities page, and picture of Iapetus, on the titans page, were awkwardly composed by myself. Looking for replacements. If you have any and are willing to share, contact me.
The rest of the images were taken from public domains. About 90% of images were gathered on Wikimedia commons. About 9% were gathered on Mythology wikia and Greek Mythology wikia. The rest were gathered on other public domains.