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*  Miletus (mythology)
Greek mythology portal "Miletus". Mythology Names. Pseudo-Apollodorus, Bibliotheca 3. 1. 2 Antoninus Liberalis, Metamorphoses, ... Miletus (Ancient Greek: Μίλητος) was a character from Greek mythology. According to Robert Graves, Miletus' name tentatively ... 1870). "article name needed". Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology. ...
*  Blackfoot mythology
In Blackfoot mythology, there are legends surrounding the origins of everything because, to them, everything has an origin. ... Napioa is mentioned in almost all Blackfoot myths and is considered an important figure in the Blackfoot mythology itself. ... Duvall, D.C.; Clark Wissler (1995). Mythology of the Blackfoot Indians. Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press. p. 19. ... Maclean, John (1893). "Blackfoot mythology". The Journal of American Folklore. 22. 6 (July-Sept.): 165-172. doi:10.2307/533004 ...
*  Abuk (mythology)
Abuk is the first woman in the myths of the Dinka people of South Sudan and the Nuer of South Sudan and Ethiopia, who call her Buk or Acol. She is the only well-known female deity of the Dinka. She is also the patron goddess of women as well as gardens. Her emblem or symbols are, a small snake, the moon and sheep. She is the mother of the god of rain and fertility (Danka). The story from her birth to marriage and child-birth is: Beswick, Stephanie (2004). Sudan's Blood Memory: The Legacy of War, Ethnicity, and Slavery in South Sudan. Boydell & Brewer. p. 128. ISBN 1-58046-151-4. Patricia Monaghan, PhD. Encyclopedia of Goddesses and Heroines. New World Library, 1 Apr 2014 (revised) ISBN 1608682188 (448 pages). Retrieved 2015-05-17. Lienhardt, Godfrey (1987). Divinity and Experience: The Religion of the Dinka. Oxford University Press. p. 89. ISBN 0-19-823405-8. Dinka ...
*  Europa (mythology)
In Greek mythology, Europa (/jʊəˈroʊpə, jə-/; Greek: Εὐρώπη, Eurṓpē, Attic Greek pronunciation: [eu̯.rɔ̌ː.pɛː]) was the mother ... It is common in ancient Greek mythology and geography to identify lands or rivers with female figures. Thus, Europa is first ... The mythical Europa cannot be separated from the mythology of the sacred bull, which had been worshipped in the Levant. In 2012 ... Lucian, De Dea Syria 4 (On-line text). "Europa (mythology)". Encarta. Microsoft Corporation. 2008. Moschus, Europa (on-line ...
*  Egyptian mythology
ISBN 0-912532-14-9. Anthes, Rudolf (1961). "Mythology in Ancient Egypt". In Kramer, Samuel Noah. Mythologies of the Ancient ... mythology was coined... for this genre." Much of Egyptian mythology consists of origin myths, explaining the beginnings of ... Egyptian mythology is the collection of myths from ancient Egypt, which describe the actions of the Egyptian gods as a means of ... Index of Egyptian mythology articles Kemetism Horus and Set, portrayed together, often stand for the pairing of Upper and Lower ...
*  Pontus (mythology)
In Greek mythology, Pontus (/ˈpɒntəs/; Greek: Πόντος, Póntos, "Sea") was an ancient, pre-Olympian sea-god, one of the Greek ... Morford, Mark P. O. (1999). Classical Mythology. New York: Oxford University Press. pp. 98, 103. ISBN 9780195143386. Turner, ... Greek and Roman Mythology A to Z. Infobase Publishing. p. 119. ISBN 9781604134124. ...
*  Vedic mythology
... refers to the mythological aspects of the historical Vedic religion and Vedic literature, alluded to in the ... Vedic deities Hindu mythology Historical Vedic religion Proto-Indo-European religion Proto-Indo-Iranian religion Wars of Hindu ... The deity Yama, the lord of the dead, is Yima of Persian mythology. Vedic hymns refer to these and other deities, often 33, ... ISBN 0-87722-122-7. CS1 maint: Multiple names: authors list (link) Wilkins, W.J. (1882). Hindu mythology, Vedic and Purānic. ...
*  Korean mythology
... refers to stories passed down by word of mouth over thousands of years on the Korean Peninsula. These stories ... In Korean mythology, early leaders of Korea are said to have shamanistic qualities or to be descended from shamans. Dangun, the ... Alive Korean Mythology, page 68-75 The National Folk Museum of Korea (South Korea) (2004), p. 52. "가신신앙" [Gasin Faith]. ... Leeming, David (2005). The Oxford Companion to World Mythology. Oxford University Press. p. 231. ISBN 0195156692. "Historical ...
*  Creative Mythology
... is Volume IV of Joseph Campbell's The Masks of God. The book concerns "creative mythology", Campbell's term ... Campbell, Joseph (1991). Creative Mythology. Arkana. p. 4. ISBN 0-14-019440-1. Campbell, Creative Mythology p40. ... "creative mythology", "the individual has had an experience of his own - of order, horror, beauty, or even mere exhilaration- ...
*  Porus (mythology)
Morford, Mark (1999). Classical Mythology. Oxford University Press. pp. 133-134. ISBN 0195143388. Porus - Greek Mythology Index ... This figure exists in Roman mythology as well and is known as Pomona,[citation needed] in which Porus is the personification of ...
*  Pygmalion (mythology)
2007). "Classical Mythology Eighth Edition". Oxford University Press Hersey, George L (2009). "Falling in love with statues: ... "Classical Mythology". Oxford University Press, p. 184 Pseudo-Apollodorus, Bibliotheke, iii.14.3. Clement, Exhortation to the ...
*  Pleione (mythology)
Pleiades (mythology). Encarta Reference Library. CD-ROM. 2002 ed. Redmond, WA: Microsoft Corp., 2001. Theoi Project - Pleione. ... Pleione (from the Greek Πληιόνη or Πλειόνη) was an Oceanid nymph in Greek mythology. Pleione lived in a southern region of ...
*  Babi (mythology)
Pinch, Geraldine (2002). Handbook of Egyptian mythology. ABC-CLIO. p. 112. ISBN 978-1-57607-763-4. LCCN 2002004567. OCLC ... Müller, Wilhelm Max (2004) [1918]. Egyptian Mythology. Kessinger Publishing. p. 131. ISBN 978-0-7661-8601-9. LCCN 2004056146. ... Studies in Egyptian mythology, Vol II. Methuen Publishing. pp. 91-92. ISBN 978-0-486-22056-7. LCCN 04004378. OCLC 97634. ...
*  Perdix (mythology)
Perdix (Ancient Greek: Πέρδιξ) was a nephew and student of Daedalus in Greek mythology. In other sources, Perdix is the parent ... ISBN 978-0-399-16922-9. Smith, William; Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology, London (1873). "Perdix". ... Bulfinch, Thomas (2014). Bulfinch's Mythology. Penguin Group. p. 130. ...
*  Baltic mythology
Latvian mythology Lithuanian mythology Prussian mythology Puhvel (1989:222-229). Mallory & Adams (1997:163). Puhvel, Jaan (1989 ... Baltic mythology ultimately stems from Proto-Indo-European mythology. The Baltic region was one of the last regions of Europe ... Baltic mythology is the body of mythology of the Baltic people stemming from Baltic paganism and continuing after ... While no native texts survive detailing the mythology of the Baltic peoples during the pagan period, knowledge of the mythology ...
*  Adaro (mythology)
Knappert, Jan (1992). Pacific Mythology. Acquarian/Thorson (Harper Collins). p. 15. "Adaro Mythology". Mythology Dictionary. ... The Adaro were malevolent merman-like sea spirits found in the mythology of the Solomon Islands. Adaro is a unique creature ...
*  Hindu mythology
O'Flaherty Hindu mythology shares the creative principles and human values found in mythology everywhere. However, the ... Wilkins, W.J. (1882). Hindu mythology, Vedic and Purānic. Thacker, Spink & co. Bonnefoy, Yves (15 May 1993). Asian Mythologies ... Vedic Mythology. Motilal Banarsidass (Reprint). pp. 1-9. ISBN 978-81-208-1113-3. Edward Washburn Hopkins (1986). Epic Mythology ... The Hindu mythology literature is found in genre of Hindu texts such as: Vedic literature (1500-500 BCE) Epics Puranas Many of ...
*  Hyperion (mythology)
In Greek mythology, Hyperion (/haɪˈpɪəriən/; Greek: Ὑπερίων, translit. Huperíōn, "The High-One") was one of the twelve Titan ... Hyperion is an obscure figure in Greek culture and mythology, mainly appearing in lists of the twelve Titans: "Of Hyperion we ... Keightley, Thomas (1877). The mythology of ancient Greece and Italy. Morford, Mark P. O.; Lenardon, Robert J. (1999). Classical ... ISBN 978-0-674-99606-9{{inconsistent citations}} Smith, William; Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology, London ...
*  Creek mythology
... is related to a Creek Native American tribe who are originally from the southeastern United States, also known ...
*  Greek mythology
Religion and Mythology of the Greeks, 4 H.W. Stoll, Religion and Mythology of the Greeks, 20ff G. Mile, Classical Mythology in ... Classical Mythology in English Literature, 7 Klatt-Brazouski, Ancient Greek nad Roman Mythology, xii Miles, Classical Mythology ... Greek mythology has changed over time to accommodate the evolution of their culture, of which mythology, both overtly and in ... ISBN 0-14-043782-7. Dowden, Ken (1992). "Myth and Mythology". The Uses of Greek Mythology. Routledge (UK). ISBN 0-415-06135-0. ...
*  Genius (mythology)
The Mythology of All Races. I Greek and Roman. Boston: Marshall Jones Company. p. 291. ISBN 0-8154-0073-X. Schmitz, Leonhard ( ... Mary Ann Dwight Grecian and Roman Mythology p.253 St. Augustine. "VII.13". In Dyson, R.W. The City of God against the Pagans. p ... Dwight, Mary Ann (1860). "Genii and Inferior Deities". Grecian and Roman mythology. New York: A.S. Barnes & Burr. ISBN 0-524- ... Rauch Genius by Carl Milles, 1932-40 Daemon (classical mythology) Di Penates Genius loci Imperial cult Imperial cult (ancient ...
*  Hybris (mythology)
In Roman mythology, the personification was Petulantia, who reflected the Greek conception of hubris. "Hybris". Theoi Greek ...
*  Pirene (mythology)
In Greek mythology, Pirene or Peirene (Greek: Πειρήνη), a nymph, was either the daughter of the river god Asopus, Laconian king ... A Dictionary of Greek and Roman biography and mythology. Making of America Books. 3. Boston: Little, Brown, and Co. p. 166. ... Illustrated by numerous engravings on wood CS1 maint: Uses authors parameter (link) "PEIRENE, Greek Mythology Index". Retrieved ... "PIRENE : Naiad nymph of Corinth ; Greek mythology : PEIRENE". Retrieved 2009-08-03. Pirene (fountain). ...
*  Inca mythology
Mythology served many purposes within the Inka Empire. While mythology could often be used to explain natural phenomena, or to ... Mythology was an important way by which the Inka were able to justify both the legitimacy of the Inka state, as well as their ... Paryaqaqa was a god of water in pre-Inca mythology that was adopted by the Inca. He was a god of rainstorms and a creator-god. ... Inka mythology continues to be a powerful force in contemporary Andean communities. After the nations that were once a part of ...
*  Kapo (mythology)
p. 388a Hawaiian Mythology. Martha Beckwith, Yale U Pr, 1940. p. 187 Martha Beckwith : Hawaiian Mythology. Yale U Pr, 1940. p. ... In Hawaiian mythology, Kapo is a goddess of fertility, sorcery and dark powers. Kapo is also known as Kapo-ʻula-kīnaʻu, where " ... "Ulukau: Hawaiian mythology". ulukau.org. Retrieved 2016-10-29. Mary Kawena Pukui & Samuel Hoyt Elbert : Hawaiian Dictionary. U ...