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For questions about the mythology of the indigenous people of New Zealand, a country in the South Pacific Ocean near Polynesia.
For questions about the tale by Geoffrey of Monmouth about the fictitious chronology of the history of the kings of Britain.
For myths specific to the USA
Legend of Llyn y Fan Fach, a lake in Wales.
Questions about the descendants of Atreus, which include Tantalus, Pelops, Agamemnon, Menelaus, Orestes, Iphigenia and Electra.
The aboriginal people of current-day Canada, excluding the Inuit and Métis peoples.
For questions about the language of the First Nations peoples of British Columbia.
For questions about a group of Roman priests dedicated to honoring several minor deities.
For questions about a practice commemorating some event, either taking place in or inspired by mythology.
For questions about stories contained in the five books of the Tanakh, which are central to Judaism.
Relating to the Rosicrucians, or "Order of the Rose Cross", as described in the Rosicrucian Manifestos.
For questions related to the second part of (Snorri Sturluson's) Prose Edda
For questions about paranormal phenomenon (typically UFOlogy, ghosts, psychic powers, & cryptozoology)
For questions about the mythology of the Minoan civilization, a Bronze Age Aegean civilization on the island of Crete.
For questions pertaining to the Greek hero and son of Poseidon, Bellerophon, slayer of the Chimera.
Questions pertaining to the mythical object, usually interpreted as a shield, that appears in Greek mythology as carried by Athena or Zeus.
For Mythology questions related to the television show Vikings.
For questions regarding myths surrounding crossroads.
Use for question relating to the Furies, aka the Erinyes, aka the Eumenides, aka the "Kindly Ones"
For questions pertaining changelings human-like creatures found in folklore and folk religion throughout Europe. A changeling was believed to be a fairy child that had been left in place of a human ch…