From the Beazley Archive (Oxford) - basic summary information, with photos that allow you to see enlarged images.
Khan Academy: A conversation between Dr. Beth Harris and Dr. Steven Zucker in front of an Attic black figure amphora by Exekias (potter and painter)
Theoi Greek Mythology is a great resource for information about Greek mythology, and links to Greek art and literature. A fantastic starting point.
From the Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History by The Metropolitan Museum of Art. The essay combines information about Greek religion with links to art works in the museum's collection, linking secondary and primary sources. “Ancient Greek religious practice, essentially conservative in nature, was based on time-honored observances, many rooted in the Bronze Age (3000–1050 B.C.), or even earlier.”
A summary of Mycenean civilisation, linked to other information and art works in the Met museum's collection. “During the Mycenaean period, the Greek mainland enjoyed an era of prosperity centered in such strongholds as Mycenae, Tiryns, Thebes, and Athens.”
From the Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History by The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Information about vase painting is linked to examples in the Met's collections. “Their pictorial decorations provide insights into many aspects of Athenian life, and complement the literary texts and inscriptions from the Archaic and, especially, Classical periods.”
The Metropolitan Museum of Art (referred to as the Met of the Met museum) has an excellent online catalogue. There are links that take you to extra information that will develop your knowledge further.
Found at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. The MFA's online collection has excellent images and close ups.
The British Museum's online collection has excellent close up photos of the vase.
The Beazley Archive (Oxford University) has great images so you can see the details clearly.
From theoi.com: a comprehensive guide to the ancient Greek hero Heracles, his Twelve Labors and other adventures.
Found in the Louvre, the online catalogue has excellent images of this vase.
From the Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History by The Metropolitan Museum of Art. The essay combines information about Heracles with links to art works in the museum's collection, linking secondary and primary sources. “Herakles, the Greek hero of superhuman strength, was the son of the Greek god Zeus and Alkmene.”