Guide to Greek Mythology

A few years ago, I decided to embark on a self-guided study of classical literature and history, starting with the ancient Greeks. I went through all of extant Greek epics and tragedies (Hesiod, Homer, Aeschylus, Sophocles, Euripedes), history (Herodotus) and some philosophy (Pre-Socrates, Socrates, Plato).

I uploaded part of the reading list to Columbia's StudyPlace, which has since been moved. Included was a concept map I created using Tuft University's VUE, which some people have found useful. Since they seem to have moved StudyPlace, that map is no longer available, so I've uploaded it here. If you've used it and found it useful, I'd love to hear about it! Otherwise, have fun and enjoy your adventure with the Greeks.

Here's the list I'm working on and I'm still looking to finish it at some point:

The Aenied by Virgil
Hellenistic Civilization by Francois Chamoux
Jason and the Golden Fleece by Apollonius
The Life of Greece by Will and Ariel Durant
The Persian Boy by Mary Renault
Fire from Heaven by Mary Renault
Metaphysics by Aristotle
Poetics by Aristotle
Politics by Aristotle
Nicomachean Ethics by Aristotle
The Lagoon: How Aristotle Invented Science by Armand Marie Leroi
A History of My Times by Xenophon
The History of the Peloponnesian War by Thucydides
The Peloponnesian War by Donald Kagan
Complete Works by Plato
A History of Philosophy, Vol. 1 by Frederick Copleston
Thermopylae by Paul Cartledge
Complete Plays by Aristophanes
The Persian Expedition by Xenophon
The Library of Greek Mythology by Apollodorus
Sailing the Wine-Dark Sea by Thomas Cahill
The Greeks by Paul Cartledge
The Presocratics by Philip Wheelwright
✔ Complete Plays of Euripides
✔ Complete Plays of Sophocles
✔ Complete Plays of Aeschylus
The Histories by Herodotus
The Odyssey by Homer
The Iliad by Homer
Mythology by Edith Hamilton
Work and Days by Hesiod
Theogony by Hesiod
The Greeks by H. D. F. Kitto