|Alternative title(s)||Sailing with the Gods: Argonauts and Samothracians in an Ancient Sea|
|Release||Oct 31, 2016|
|Publisher||Samothracian Networks (Emory University)|
|Developer||Samothracian Networks (Emory University)|
|Genre||Travel simulator; educational; hero-based|
|Setting||Samothrace and the northern Aegean, 2nd century BCE|
|Notable charactersB||Ancaeus, Canthus, Hylas, Herakles, Idmon, Mopsus, Orpheus, Polydeuces, Polyphemus, Tiphys, Admetus, Aethalides, Asterion, Augeias, Butes, Erginus, Eurydamas, Eurytion, Idas, Iphiclus, Iphitus, Jason, Palaemonius, Peleus, Periclymenus, Telamon|
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Blakely, S. (2020). ‘Playing the Argonauts: Pedagogical Pathways through Creation and Engagement in a Virtual Sea’ in S. Heath (ed.), DATAM: Digital Approaches to Teaching the Ancient Mediterranean. Grand Forks: The Digital Press at the University of North Dakota, 97-126.
Rollinger, C. (2020). ‘Prologue: Playing with the Ancient World. An Introduction to Classical Antiquity in Video Games’ in C. Rollinger (ed.), Classical Antiquity in Video Games. New York: Bloomsbury, 1-18.
edutainment, Argonauts, Argonautica
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