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Myths are sacred stories set in a remote past that relate about the creation of the universe and humankind, and may contain explanations for cosmic and natural phenomena, as well as the origin of civilisation, and social and religious institutions. The protagonists are often gods or superhuman beings.
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Online publication of the 1913 edition of Thomas Bulfinch's classic.
Brief description of flood myths from cultures all over the globe.
Explores the quirky side of mythology with humorous research, including a Holy Database of the weird and wonderful gods from around the world.
Offers biography and a searchable collection of works.
Writings on mythology, psychopomps, death and the afterlife, ritual and symbolism, and creativity.
An on-line encyclopedia of mythology and folklore.
Ancient European mythology and history with art work.
Infoplease.com overview of the study of myths.
Myths of various cultures related to the heavens, from Windows to the Universe at the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR).
Brief sections on classical, Norse and Egyptian myths.
Historical overview of the mythologies of the Ancient Near East, the Scandinavians and the Celts, including story abstracts and names of deities.
Poetic and prose texts from various cultures including Anglo-Saxon, Arabian, Arthurian, Celtic and Scandinavian.
Covering Classical, Norse, and Celtic myths, as well as Arthurian legends, with a summary of popular deities, heroes, and other characters.
Exhibition of images inspired by mythology around the world with background information, photos and audio files. From the Minneapolis Institute of Arts.
Covering Classical, Norse, and Celtic myths, as well as Arthurian legends, with a summary of popular deities, heroes, and other characters.
Infoplease.com overview of the study of myths.
An on-line encyclopedia of mythology and folklore.
Exhibition of images inspired by mythology around the world with background information, photos and audio files. From the Minneapolis Institute of Arts.
Myths of various cultures related to the heavens, from Windows to the Universe at the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR).
Offers biography and a searchable collection of works.
Online publication of the 1913 edition of Thomas Bulfinch's classic.
Historical overview of the mythologies of the Ancient Near East, the Scandinavians and the Celts, including story abstracts and names of deities.
Poetic and prose texts from various cultures including Anglo-Saxon, Arabian, Arthurian, Celtic and Scandinavian.
Ancient European mythology and history with art work.
Explores the quirky side of mythology with humorous research, including a Holy Database of the weird and wonderful gods from around the world.
Brief sections on classical, Norse and Egyptian myths.
Writings on mythology, psychopomps, death and the afterlife, ritual and symbolism, and creativity.
Brief description of flood myths from cultures all over the globe.

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