|aThe Greek myths|h[videorecording] /|ca production of Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corporation in collaboration with Gilbert Highet ; adapted, produced, and directed by John Barnes ; written by Gilbert Highet.
|aChicago, Ill. :|bEnyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp.,|cc1971.
|a2 videocassettes (51 min.) :|bsd., col. ;|c1/2 in.
|aThe Humanities, classical civilization
|aOriginally issued as motion picture.
|apt. 1. Myth as fiction, history, and ritual (26:45) -- pt. 2. Myth as science, religion, and drama (24:00)
|aCameraman, Donald Lundell; animation, John Fleming, Richard Pape; editors, John Barnes, Robert Johnson; music, Ezra Laderman.
|aPresents several of the more important Greek myths through drama, animation, and great works of art. Explores some of the many possible interpretations and meanings.
|aEncyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corporation.