Two turned to stone: Battus for betraying Mercury, and Aglauros for obstructing Mercury’s courting of Herse, and her jealousy.
No less than 6 different stories, 4 transformations, 5 wonderful paintings, all from less than 150 lines of Latin verse.
Getting parallel text working using Tinderbox 7’s new Composite notes, to open access to Ovid’s story of myths.
Rape, ejection from society, transformation into a bear, then into a constellation: poor Callisto, but some superb narrative paintings.
Adding images to the parallel hypertext, tidying its Map view up, and more. Includes a tip for better debugging and reader testing.
A triple bill of myths, ingeniously interwoven into a story with four different metamorphoses – and some superb paintings.
Putting the entire content of Book 1 into a Storyspace/Tinderbox document, to view the Latin and English in parallel.
Working out why Time Machine backups go wrong isn’t necessarily that different from unravelling classical mythology. In some ways.
Never mock Cupid. As Apollo found it, he’ll get his own back in the cruellest of ways.
One way to produce a hypertext document with parallel views of the text in two languages. This gives the reader the option to see one or both.