- Jason vs. King Pelias 432BC
Things get tragic when Jason dumps Medea for a pretty young thing in this famous play.
- The Argonautica by Apollonius Rhodius 301BC - 202BC
Check out Medea and Jason's days with the Argonauts in this ancient poem.
- The Argonautica by Valerius Flaccus 101BC - 2BC
Another version of the Quest for the Golden Fleece by the author often recognized for having the most ridiculous name ever.
- The Library of History by Diodorus Siculus 101BC - 2BC
Oh man, here's more on Medea, Jason, and the Argonauts—hmm, this author's name might actually be more ridiculous.
- The Metamorphoses by Ovid 2
Ovid gives you all the gory details of King Pelias's death at the hands of his own daughters—brought to you by the cunning of Medea.
- Medea by Seneca 50
The Roman playwright puts his own spin on Medea's awful revenge on Jason.
- Inferno by Dante Alighieri 1321
In this mega-famous epic poem, Dante and Virgil spot Jason in the Eighth Circle of Hell.
- Medea 1988
Revolutionary director Lars von Trier puts an artsy spin on the tragedy in this film.
- Jason and the Argonauts 1963
Pioneering stop motion animation brings the quest for the Golden Fleece to life in this classic action adventure.
- Jason and the Argonauts 2000
The quest for the Golden Fleece gets a modern spin in this TV miniseries.
- Argonautika by Mary Zimmerman 2006
The epic quest is reborn on stage with one of America's greatest stage directors at the helm.