About: Mythology: Use this search engine with the word search "mythology" to get a list of links by topic.
American Folklife Center: This web site provides Ethnographic Resources related to Folklore, Anthropology, Ethnomusicology, and the Humanities. Unless otherwise noted, the sites listed in this directory are provided by organizations other than the Library of Congress. The Library of Congress bears no responsibility for the accuracy, legality, or content of the external site or for that of subsequent links.
Bubl Link Folklore: BUBL Information Service at the Centre for Digital Library Research provides a broad selection of links in Folklore and Mythology.
Digital Librarian: Mythology: A careful selection of links by librarian Margaret Vail Anderson.
DMOZ Open Directory Project: The Open Directory Project is the largest, most comprehensive human-edited directory of the Web. It is constructed and maintained by a vast, global community of volunteer editors, who claim to be subject experts.
Folklore, Myth and Legend: List of links to full text fairy tales and fables.
Folklore and Mythology Electronic Texts: An alphabetical list of annoted links in folklore and mythology. Includes several thousand folklore and mythology titles in full text.
Greek Mythology Link: This is a searchable website created by Carlos Parada, author of Genealogical Guide to Greek Mythology, and former lecturer at the Department of Classics, Lund University (Sweden). The site provides detailed links on Greek Myths by topic and word search capability.
Internet Sacred Text Archive: "A freely available archive of electronic texts about religion, mythology, legends and folklore, and occult and esoteric topics. Texts are presented in English translation and, in some cases, in the original language."
Japanese Myth: This site provides links to Japanese myth stories and a link to The Family Tree of Gods.
Myth and Legend from Ancient Times to the Space Age: Definitions of Myths by scholars of mythology.
Mything Links: This page contains links to websites on mythology. A few of the topics include Comparative Religion Campbell, Jung, Archetypes Tales and Folklore, Myth and Science, and Myth, and Pop Culture among many others.
Mythology and Art Web: This Windows to the Universe site includes documents, images, movies, and animations that explore the historical and cultural ties between science, exploration, and the human experience.Links to many important Mythology sites are also provided. The site is sponsored by the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research and the Regents of the University of Michigan.
O'Keefe Library: Librarian's guide to multiple links in mythology including German, Norse and African myths.
Myth and Legends in Art: A collection of
myths by image, culture and mythological comparisons.
Downloadable resources are available.
Mythology: The Age of Fable: Includes four volumes in full
Vols I–II. Stories of Gods and Heroes
Vol III. King Arthur and his Knights, The Mabinogeon, Hero Myths of the British Race
Vol IV. Legends of Charlemagne.
Encyclopedia Mythica: An online encyclopedia on world mythologies divided into six geographical regions: Africa, Americas, Asia, Europe, Middle East, and Oceania. Each region has many clearly defined subdivisions that will ease your search.
Gender and Immortality: A free ebook online entitled: "Heroines in Ancient Greek Myth and Cult" published by Princeton University Press.
Mystica: There are over 450 articles presented. The objective of this site is to objectively describe past and present ideas, concepts, beliefs, and practices in the worlds of the occult, mysticism and paranormal. Topics include Ancient beliefs, Divination, Goddess and Witchcraft, Great mysteries, Magic, Neo-paganism, Paranormal, Past and present beliefs, People, Religions and Sects, and Rituals and Texts.
Oxford Classical Mythology Online: A companion to Morford and Lenardon's best-selling Classical Mythology, Seventh Edition. Chapter-specific activities and links allow students to explore the web and engage in exercises that focus on the key elements of each part of the book. Reference materials such as bibliographies, glossaries and maps provide support for research and further learning. The site even has a growing list of new translations provided by the authors.