Encyclopedia Mythica Look up your favorite gods and legends here.
Origins of Man An astonishing amount of info with the mythology of virtually every
Greek Mythology This site is dedicated to the heroes, gods and monsters of Greek mythology.
Bulfinch's Mythology - Home Page and Table of Contents Annotated, hyperlinked edition of Bulfinch's
Age of Fable Or Beauties of Mythology Online publication of the 1913 edition of Thomas Bulfinch's
Bulfinch's Mythology, 'The Age of Fable or Stories of Gods and Heroes' Annotated,
hyperlinked edition of Bulfinch's classic work on mythology, 'The Age of Fable'. Introduction and Table of Contents.)
Foundation for Mythological Studies ...utilizes the revolving abundance of talent and knowledge to
further our studies and expand our ideas about mythology and archetypal psychology.
Classical Mythology, Seventh Edition Oxford University Press USA publishes scholarly works in
all academic disciplines, bibles, music, children's books, business books, dictionaries, ...
Mythology Guide - A dictionary of Greek and Roman Myths We have collected information on Greek and
Roman myths. You can find information on our selection of topics by clicking on the ...
Godchecker.com - Your Guide To The Gods. Mythology with a twist! Explores the quirky side of mythology
with humorous research, including a Holy Database of the weird and wonderful gods from around the world.
Mythology, folklore and legends -- MythologyWeb Covers anything related to mythology, falktales, legends
MythSearch.com: Your portal to Mythology on the Web An index of mythology, folklore, legend, and
religious sites on the web with a focus on primary texts.
Ancient Egypt: the Mythology Ancient Egypt: the Mythology is the most comprehensive site on
ancient Egyptian mythology on the web. It features over 40 gods and goddesses.
INDIANMYTHOLOGY.COM Indian Mythology is one of the richest elements of
Indian Culture, which enriches it further and makes it a unique one in the world.
Fundamentalist Aesopians Interpret Fox-Grapes Parable
Literally The beliefs of the Aesopians are simple and direct: "We honor the courage and the noble
sacrifice of Aesop, who gave His life to educate the world, not backing down even to the day of His execution by the wicked Athenian despot
Peisistratus.... That event, though tragic on the surface, was actually a day of exhilarating triumph over evil, for as a result of it, the
histories painstakingly recorded by Aesop gained immortality.... He died for us all."