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For questions about the academic discipline of folkloristics, i.e. the study of folklore.
Questions about or pertaining to the company of the Greek hero Jason on his journey to find the Golden Fleece. They get there name from the ship they sailed on, The Argo.
The final book of the New Testament. Also known as the Book of Revelations, Revelation to John, the Apocalypse of John, The Revelation, or simply Revelation.
The spirit of a dead person imagined as visiting the living and usually appearing as a pale, almost transparent form.
For questions about or related to Perseus, the son of Zeus and the mortal Danaë, who beheaded the gorgon Medusa and rescued Andromeda from the sea monster Cetus.
For questions about Ares the Olympian god of war, battlelust, courage and civil order.
Myths regarding love in all its forms
For questions regarding the craft of witches in mythology. Not related to Wicca.
For questions about Hesiod, ancient Greek poet around the 750-650 BC, author of the Theogony and Works and Days.
For questions on Yggdrasil, a mythical tree which connects the nine worlds of Norse cosmology.
For questions regarding the end of the world as featured in mythology.
For questions regarding the return to life of the dead
For questions about an epic story making up part of the Ulster Cycle of Irish mythology, compiled in the Middle Ages but dating from many centuries earlier.
For questions about the mythology of the peoples of the Korean peninsula.
For questions about the role of the Sun, the star around which Earth orbits, in mythology, including deities of the Sun.
Numerology is any belief of a divine or mystical relationship between a number and an event or property.
For questions about humans who periodically turn into wolf-like creatures, often at the full moon.
Questions about or pertaining the Greek goddess of archery, the moon, hunting, maidens and more.
Questions related to Mount Olympus, where the Ancient Greeks believed their gods to reside.
Commonly known by his pen name Dante Alighieri or simply as Dante. Author of the divine comedy (Comedìa).
For questions about the first part of Dante Alighieri's 14th-century epic poem the Divine Comedy.
Questions pertaining to the Italian poet Dante Alighieri's trilogy, the Divine Comedy. In the Divine Comedy consists of The Inferno, The Purgatorio, and The Paradiso. These books are in respective rel…
body of folklore and mythology found in the sacred texts and traditional narratives that help explain and symbolize the Jewish faith.
Questions pertaining to Babylonian mythology, religion...
Use for terminology related to the study of mythology. "Syncretism", "Euhemerism", "Archetypes", "Polytheism", "Animism", etc.
Myths originating in th Akkadian empire
For questions pertaining to reoccurring elements in Mythology, folklore or art.
Use when asking about worship.
Not part of any one mythology. But rather used to describe games of any sort from any mythology or culture.
For questions about a group of three mythological goddesses, often depicted as weavers of a tapestry on a loom, with the tapestry dictating the destinies of humans and sometimes gods.
For questions about the mythology surrounding the Mayan civilization.