Episodic memory is supported by the relational memory functions of the hippocampus. Building upon extensive neuroscience research on hippocampal processing, neural density, and connectivity we have implemented a computational architecture using variants of adaptive resonance theory artificial neural networks. Consequently, this model is capable of encoding, storing and processing multi-modal sensory inputs as well as simulating qualitative memory phenomena such as auto-association and recall. The performance of the model is compared with human subject performance. Thus, in this paper we present a neurologically plausible artificial neural network computational architecture of episodic memory and recall modeled after cortical-hippocampal structure and function.