In this mega-ancient play Io's descendant, Danaus, shows up in Argos with his 50 daughters, begging for sanctuary from the Egyptians.
In his ancient history book by the guy who invented history, there's an alternate version of the story in which Io is taken to Egypt by Phoenician sailors. Say what?
In this tragedy, Io hangs out with a chained-up Prometheus, does some kvetching about Zeus, and we get one of the most detailed versions of her story.
In this epic poem about the Quest for the Golden Fleece, Orpheus entertains his fellow Argonauts with the tale of Io.
Hyginus takes a stab at putting his own spin on the tale of Io in this book.
Check out Ovid's version of the story of Io. This guy knew his stuff.
You can find out what happened to Zeus and Io's kid, Epaphus, in this ancient text. Yep, the story continues.
Io shows up to help Perseus in this Hollywood blockbuster. She's not all that similar to the original Io, but we're glad she at least got a shout-out.