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The character of Slavic mythology and folklore (especially fairy tales) of the Slavic peoples. Ugly old woman who owns the magical objects and endowed with magical power.
For myths regarding the planets of the solar system
For questions about about mythology and legends from the Middle East, from ancient times to the present day.
Concerning mythology made and believed in by sailors since ancient times.
the Olympian god of fire, smiths, craftsmen, metalworking, stonemasonry, and sculpture.
Questions pertaining to the branch of science that deals with the origin of the universe, especially the solar system.
For myths regarding Halloween, or All Hallows' Eve.
Questions pertaining to how/if a god's age affects them.
Used when talking about questions pertaining to the amalgamation (mix, blend, combining...) of different religions, cultures, mythologies...
Questions pertaining to the Greek maiden goddess of the home and hearth.
For questions about Russian mythology and folklore.
For questions about Circe, a Greek goddess of sorcery who was skilled in the magic of transmutation, illusion, and necromancy.
For questions about Canaanite mythology and legends.
For questions pertaining the conversion of individuals to Christianity or the conversion of entire groups at once. Various strategies and techniques were employed in Christianization campaigns from La…
For questions regarding sexual activity used in magical, ritualistic or otherwise religious and spiritual pursuits.
Questions pertaining the rustic Greek god of nature and the only Greek god to die. He is portrayed in the form of a satyr/faun.
For questions about Talos, a giant automaton made of bronze who patrolled around the island of Crete three times a day and was slain by the Argonauts.
Questions pertaining or related to the Roman author Publius Vergilius Maro(or Virgil), most notable for his works, the Eclogues, the Georgics, and the epic Aeneid.