Teach Yourself Mythology
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How Mythology Works
Middle Eastern Mythology
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Aesir Amaterasu animals animistic Anshar Apep Apsu Aryan Asgard Atahensic Atum Aztecs Babylonians Balder became become behaviour believed brother Celtic Celts century China Chinese Christianised civilisation clan consort created creation myth creator crops Culhwch cult centre cultures daughter dead death deities Demeter developed early earth Egyptian Enkidu Erishkigal eventually evil example explain father fertility goddess fetish fire flood Freya Frigga giants Gilgamesh gives gods and goddesses Greek myth Hades heaven heroes Hindu huge human important India Indra Ioskeha Ireland Ishtar Izanagi Japanese killed king Kishar Kore Kronos land later live Loki magic Marduk Mesopotamians moon mother goddess mountain mythology Norse Odin Olwen Osiris Pan Gu pantheon Prometheus Quetzalcoatl rain religion rituals rivers Romans Romulus Shinto Shiva sister spirit story Susano symbolised tells Tezcatlipoca Thor Tiamat totem tree tribes underworld Uruk Ut-napishtim Vanir Vedic versions Viking Vishnu wife worshipped Zeus