“Iphigenia at Brauron,” by Francis James Franklin

If the story of Iphigenia interests you, then so will the essays of blogger and independent author Francis James Franklin.

He has what looks like a truly inclusive knowledge of Greek mythology, as well as a visible love for it.

His observations about Iphigenia can be found here:

Iphigenia at Brauron.

2 thoughts on ““Iphigenia at Brauron,” by Francis James Franklin”

  1. Thanks for the link. 🙂
    My knowledge of Greek mythology is not extensive – I don’t have a classical training – but my quest for Iphigenia has brought me on the one hand to many plays and histories, and on the other an intense curiosity about the archaeology of the Aegean Bronze Age.

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