Myths and Legends
Last altered June 23rd, 2003.

Aside from the General section, these links are organized by region and language group, with those groups which produced written accounts of their myths and legends earlier, generally appearing closer to the beginning.

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General

Ancient Near East

Indo-Iranian

Armenian

East Asian

Southeast Asian

Central and Western Asian

Greek and Roman

Norse/Teutonic

Finno-Ugric

Slavic and Baltic

Romanian

  • Ray Porter has written an article on Vlad Tepes the historical Dracula.

    Albanian

  • Kreshnik Bejko presents The Home of the Albanian Kreshniks - a page dealing with Albanian Folklore.

    British and Celtic

    Frankish, French and Carolingian

    Spanish

    Basque

    Native American

    African (excluding Egypt)

    Caribbean

    Australian Aboriginal

    Oceana (Melanesian, Micronesian, and Polynesian)

    Gothic Horror

    Early Fantasy & SF

    Medieval refs

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