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Encyclopedia Mythica

From A-gskw to Zveda Vechanyaya, this mythology site offers articles and stories from all over the world and throughout history. There are links to the most popular myths, including Greek, Norse, Roman, and Celtic mythologies, as well as Arthurian legend. The site includes over 7,200 mostly short articles available from countries around the world. You will also find a bestiary of legendary and mythological animals, a heroes section, an image gallery, and genealogical tables of various pantheons and prominent houses.

Published by Encyclopedia Mythica in 1995-2008

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Curriculum Information For Resource

Snapshot
Grade Level(s):4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12
Curriculum Areas:English/Language Arts
History/Social Science
Themes/Keywords: Mythology


Vocabulary
myth, mythology, folklore, genealogy, hero, Greek, Celtic, Norse, Roman, Arthurian legend, bestiary, pantheon


Essential Question(s)
1. How are stories similar through time?

Discussion Question(s)
1. What stories do you consider part of your personal, family mythology?
2. What are the differences between mythology and folklore?
3. What makes a hero?

Extension and Activities
1. Allow students to explore this website and select an area to research further.
2. Encourage students to look at the Bestiary section and create a best of their own--draw a picture and write about it, and share it with the class.
3. Suggest students identify a hero in their own life and write about him or her.


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