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Questions pertaining to the traditional Japanese polytheistic religion Shinto 神道
Used for questions pertaining or related to non-human creatures in Mythology and Folklore that may or may not be based on real animals.
For questions about the Epic of Gilgamesh, a Mesopotamian epic poem, as well as its eponymous hero.
For questions about a Greek epic attributed to Homer, about the Trojan War.
For questions that ask for a canonical reference about a commonly known myth.
For questions on Athena, the goddess of wisdom in Greek mythology.
For questions regarding the Ancient Greek gods who lived on Mount Olympus.
For questions about the Greek Titans.
For questions about mythological creatures that possess reptilian traits but may, in some tales, have supernatural abilities, such as flying and breathing fire.
For questions regarding the Norse Ragnarok. The doom of the Gods and the end of the world as we know it.
For questions relating to the Celtic British mythology of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table.
For questions about the Greek god and ruler of the underworld.
For questions about what a being may encounter after death, such as a heaven, hell, or underworld.
For questions about Slavic mythology and folklore
For questions requesting a translation of any sort.
For questions pertaining to a group of gods of a religion or mythology.
For questions on a type of mythical creatures found in European folklore. They are generally human in appearance and capable of magic, but exact definitions and forms vary from tradition to tradition.…
For questions about one of the Gorgons, three monster sisters with hair made of serpents whose gaze could turn people to stone.
For questions about supernatural powers, often possessed by deities. Magic exists in many myths; do not use this tag unless magic is the focus of the question.
questions related to mythology in India
The traditional stories, beliefs, and customs of Europe.
A set of actions or words performed in a regular way, often as part of a religious ceremony.
not based on reason or scientific thinking and that explains the causes for events in ways that are connected to magic
The ancient practice of studying the movements and positions of the sun, moon, planets, and stars in the belief that they influence human behavior.
Questions about about or related to the Greek god of wine, son of Zeus, Dionysus
For sacrificial rituals or processes in mythology, or any other processes in which a character undergoes an ordeal.
For questions about the names of people, creatures, deities and beings, and how they influence mythology.
For questions about a written collection of Welsh myths compiled in the 13th Century from earlier oral tales, occasionally called the Mabinogi.
For questions about the items that gods had in their possession.
For questions about the god of Norse mythology associated with thunder and lightning, often depicted as wielding a hammer called Mjolnir.
For questions about stories of floods that had drastic impact on civilizations, such as the Great Flood described in the Bible.
For questions regarding the mythology of the indigenous peoples of Australia.
For questions about the Greek god of, among other things, music, the Sun, and prophecy, who was the twin brother of Artemis.
Questions pertaining to spirits from multiple cultures and mythologies. Most popularly seen as tormented souls that went to hell in Christianity.
For questions about Mythology in general. Something you want to know, but not specifically about one Mythology