Encyclopedia Mythica: mythology, folklore, and religion.

Encyclopedia Mythica: mythology, folklore, and religion.
Please enter the award-winning internet encyclopedia of mythology, folklore, and religion. Here you will find everything from A-gskw to Zveda Vechanyaya, with plenty in between. The mythology section is divided to six geographical regions: Africa, Americas, Asia, Europe, Middle East, and Oceania. Each region has many clearly defined subdivisions that will ease your search. The Folklore section contains general folklore, Arthurian legends, and fascinating folktales from many lands. In addition, we feature special interest areas to enhance and refine your research.


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Perseus Collections/Texts Word Counts by Text Collection (68,123,283 words) (5,646,735 words) CELTIC GODS AND GODDESSES undefined Abellio Celtic (Gaulish) God of the apple tree. Aine of Knockaine Celtic (Irish) Goddess of love and fertility, later known as the fairy queen. Goddess related to the moon, crops, and farms or cattle. Aine is revered among Irish herbalists and healers and is said to be responsible for the body's life force. Norse Mythology - Gods and Goddesses of Norse Mythology Gods and Goddesses of Norse mythology. Resources on Norse mythology, Ragnarok, the Aesirs and Vanirs, the nine worlds (Asgard, Midgad, Vanaheim, Alfheim, Niflheim, Hel, Jotunheim, Muspelheim, Svartalfheim, and Nidavellir), and genealogies. Myth Monday - A Norse God of WinterUllr was a Norse god of winter, also associated with death, the yew tree, and the Northern Lights. Norse MythologyBackground information on Norse mythology. This section is on the Aesir and Vanir gods and goddesses.

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ναῦς Ancient Greek[edit] Etymology[edit] From Proto-Indo-European *néh₂us, cognate with Latin nāvis, Persian ناو (nâv), and Sanskrit नौ (nau, “ship”), नाव (nāva, “ship”). The earliest attested reference to the word is the Mycenaean Greek 𐀙𐀄𐀈𐀗 (na-u-do-mo, “shipbuilders”). Pronunciation[edit] (5th BC Attic): IPA: /na͜á͜ʊs/(1st BC Egyptian): IPA: /naːws/(4th AD Koine): IPA: /naβs/(10th AD Byzantine): IPA: /navs/(15th AD Constantinopolitan): IPA: /navs/ Celtic Deities Celtic Deities With current trends toward the resurrection and reconstruction of the old religions, it would be possible to spend weeks writing about the various deities of each culture. Since this is primarily a Celtic web site, I will focus mainly on those of early Ireland, Scotland and Wales. Due to the limitation of space, I will give a brief summation of the attributes associated with each deity in this text. There are many excellent texts available where you may study these in depth.

Family Tree of Norse Gods and Goddesses Click on the names in blue to learn more about the Norse myths with a cosmological meaning. The Myths of the World Shop Windows to the Universe Science Store! Our online store includes books on science education, classroom activities in The Earth Scientist, mineral and fossil specimens, and educational games! You might also be interested in: List of Greek mythological figures The following is a list of gods and other divine and semi-divine figures from Greek mythology. The list does not include creatures; for these, see List of Greek mythological creatures. Immortals[edit] The Greeks created images of their deities for many purposes. A temple would house the statue of a god or goddess, or multiple deities, and might be decorated with relief scenes depicting myths.

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List of Norse gods and goddesses This is a list of Norse gods and goddesses that are in Norse mythology. Divided between the Æsir and the Vanir, and sometimes including the jötnar (giants), the dividing line between these groups is less than clear. However, it is usually accepted that the Æsir (including Óðinn, Þórr and Týr) were warrior gods, while the Vanir (mainly Njörðr, Freyja and Freyr) were fertility gods. Various other groups of beings, including elves, dwarves and jötnar were probably minor gods, and might have had small cults and sacred places devoted to them. The gods and their functions[change | edit source]

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