Links to various interesting websites on mythology and folklore.
The Asyro-Babylonian mythology FAQ.
BBC - Religion & Ethics
Excellent website on world religions and ethics by the BCC. Has articles on mythology, quizes, programmes, time-lines, and other interactive material.
The Canaanite/Ugaritic mythology FAQ.
An encyclopedia of mythology contains some 1,400 entries from various pantheons. This is mythology with a humoristic twist.
The Hittite/Hurrian mythology FAQ.
Medieval Illuminated Manuscripts
A scholarly database containing all kinds of information about the illuminated medieval manuscripts of the Koninklijke Bibliotheek (Dutch Royal Library) and the Museum Meermanno-Westreenianum.
The "Myth Show" is a podcast for educators, writers, and fans of mythology. Each episode will discuss an aspect of a myth, folk lore, or tall tale from the many cultures around the world.
Comparative Mythology. Tolkien, Celtic, Arthurian, Hindu, Norse, Native American. By Dr. Verlyn Flieger - Studies in Comparative Mythology - University of Maryland
Online Catholic Encyclopedia
The Online Catholic Encyclopedia.
The Sumerian mythology FAQ.
The Encyclopaedia of Hotcâk (Winnebago) Mythology
Edited and compiled by Richard L. Dieterle.
An on-line encyclopedia of the occult, mysticism, magic, paranormal and more. By Alan G. Hefner.
The Perseus Project
An Evolving Digital Library on Ancient Greece and Rome.
Note: External sites are not endorsed by the Encyclopedia Mythica.