In Anderson's The Golden Slave, Eodan and Tjorr are the originals of Odin and Thor;
in Anderson's The Dancer From Atlantis, a time traveler from the twentieth century meets the original Theseus;
in SM Stirling's Against The Tide Of Years, Prologue, a time traveler from the twentieth century meets the original Agamemnon.
I read that Prologue late last night and sensed the presence of an Anderson parallel but did not recognize it until my sleeping brain had had time to process the information. The difference is that, in The Dancer From Atlantis, the time traveler merely learns what really happened whereas his counterpart in Stirling's novel changes the course of events beyond all recognition.