- The Iliad by Homer 801BC - 601BC
Beautiful Cassandra mourns the loss of her brother Hector in this definitive poem about the Trojan War. (Yeah, it's as sad as it sounds.)
- Agamemnon by Aeschylus 459BC
In this tragedy, Agamemnon kidnaps Cassandra and takes her back to Greece, where she is murdered by his psycho wife, Clytemnestra.
- The Metamorphoses by Ovid 2
In this epic series of mythological poems, Agamemnon is all set to sacrifice his daughter, Iphigenia, when Diana (Artemis) swoops in at the last minute and replaces the girl with a deer. Wow, a happy ending for once.
- Agamemnon by Seneca 55
This tragedy is a Roman spin on the death of Cassandra and Agamemnon. And it's about as gruesome as a Saw movie.
- The Fall of Troy by Quintus Smyrnaeus 299 - 399
Agamemnon takes Cassandra as his prize in this epic poem, which picks up where the Iliad left off.
- Firebrand by Marion Zimmer Bradley 1987
Top notch fantasy author Marion Zimmer Bradley retells the story of the Trojan War through the eyes of Cassandra.