Age of Fable Or Beauties of Mythology
Research conducted by Thomas Bulfinch. Contents include stories of gods and goddesses, King Arthur and his knights, Mabinogeon, hero myths of British, and the Legend of Charlemagne.
Comparative Literature 108
Course study on non western mythologies. Includes Native American stories, Hindu genealogies as well as tales of Slavic and Mesopotamian origins.
Offers information on world mythologies, sorted by geographical region and covering Africa, Americas, Asia, Europe, Middle East, and Oceania.
Flood Stories from Around the World
Research paper conducted by Mark Isaak, features the similarities and differences of the versions of the flood story of various early civilizations.
Gods, Monsters and Myths
Provides information on famous mythologies of Greece/Roman, Egypt, Japan, China, and India. Contains photo gallery and references.
Inuit Myths & Legends
Reviews mythological beings, traditional stories, and traditions. Includes interviews and teacher resources.
Presents a shrine of the horned gods. Contains details on deities of ancient and contemporary myths.
Anthology of mythologies categorized by culture or time frame. Provides insights on commonality or differences of themes.
Dissertation by Larua Strong, Ph.D., focusing on the study of the literary elements of mythologies and folklores.
Mythical – Folk
Online encyclopedia on mythologies and folklores. Also provides index of articles on related studies and discussions.
Features mythologies and arts of Greeks, Romans, and Celts. Subcategories include gods and goddesses, heroes and heroines, lovers and legends, as well as creatures and chimerae.
Provides reading materials and resources about the images found in Indo-European mythologies.
Mythology – Richard McLaughlin
Contains glossary of mythological terminologies. Features myths of the Ancient Near East, Scandinavia, Celtic, and India.
Presents Norse, Gaelic, Egyptian and Classical mythologies of the world. Provides translations and details on various characters and places mentioned int the myths.
Uranus: Deity of the Heavens
Discusses the Roman fertility myth on the re-creation of the world after the flood. Includes other mythology creations from various cultures.