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Ancient Maya Engineering
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Mexican construction and Mayan Temples
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Masters In Divinity
The Bible is one of the most widely recognized religious books on Earth, but for anyone studying religion and spirituality it is important to have some knowledge of the other holy books, scriptures, and writings of religious leaders from around the world. These web pages offer insight into the sacred texts, cultures, and beliefs of many of the world’s largest religions, from Judaism to Islam, Buddhism, Shintoism, and even Zoroastrianism.

Beliefs and Legends of Celtic Mythology
The Iris Project is an educational charity working to promote access to Classical subjects in UK state schools. It was founded in the belief that the opportunity to learn about the fascinating languages, literature, histories and art of the Ancient World should be made available to all, regardless of background. Through various initiatives, it seeks to awaken and nurture an interest in the Classics by making it accessible and appealing to a broad audience. Iris magazine is the Project's termly outreach publication. It contains a broad and eclectic range of material, including artwork, fiction, case studies, reviews, outreach ideas and articles on a wide variety of Classical topics and authors, presented in a fresh, modern and engaging style.
Maori of New Zealand
Greek Mythology
Ancient Egyptian Mysteries and Mythology - Learn about the mysteries, myths and mythology surrounding Ancient Egypt, including mummies, hieroglyphics, conspiracy theories, and mythological stories.
Religious Tolerance
Navajo Legends
Gods and Goddesses of Norse Mythology
Aboriginal Mythology
Social Studies: a look at World Creation Myths
Greek Mythology in Theater
Many thanks to Denise Morales for this submission!
Folklore and Mythology Resource Guide
Many thanks to Tessie Hargrove for this submission!
Mayan Folklore and Myths
Creation Stories
Deities of Inuit Mythology
Chinese Myths
Myths and Legends - portal
Japanese Mythology
The Mahabarata and other Tales from Hindu Mythology
Aztec Mythology
Mythology in the Theater
A Dictionary of Creation Myths written by David Leeming and Margaret Leeming, 1985 Oxford Univeristy Press, Oxford UK
Aztec and Maya Myths written and edited by Karl Taube, 1993 The British Museum Press UK
Celtic Warriors - The Armies of One of the First Great Peoples of Europe by Dr. Daithi OhOgain's, 1999 St. Martins Press
Celtic Myths and Legends (Myths of the World) by Charles Squire
Creation; Read-Aloud Stories from Many Lands written by Ann Pilling, illustrated by Michael Foreman, 1997 Candlewick Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA
Creation Myths - Man's Introdutcion to the World written by David Maclagan, 1977 Thames and Hudson, New York, New York, USA
Creation Myths of Primitive America wriiten by Jeremiah Curtin, 1980 Arno Press, New York, New York USA
Dance Without End; A Collection of Creation Myths written by Laura Simms and Steve Gorn, 1994 North World Press, Minocqua, Wisconsin USA
D'Aulaires Book of Greek Myths written by Ingri and Edgar Parin D'Aulaire, 1962 Bantam Doubleday Dell Publishing Group, New York, Now York, USA
Folktales From the Land of Smiles written by Andrew Coombs and illustrated by Sarah Schofield, 1994 Editions Duang Kamol, Bangkok, Thailand
Five Heavenly Emperors; Chinese Myths of Creation written by Song Nan Zhang, translated by Hao Yu Zhang, 1994 Tundra Books, Montreal, Quebec Canada
Keltische Mythen written by Miranda Green, Baarn: Tirion, 1994
Keltische Mythen en Legenden written by Timothy R. Roberts, Alphen aan den Rijn: Atrium,1995
A Tale of Great Love (a reconstructed Gaelic creation myth) by Iain MacAnTsaoir
Mali written by Bas Vlugt, 1998, Haarlem, the Netherlands. J.H. Gottmer
Mali: The Bradt Travel Guide written by Ross Velton, 2000 Bradt Publications, UK
Mythen van de Wereld: Goden van de Maya's, Azteken en Inca's written by Timothy R. Roberts, 1996, Atrium Press
Myths and Symbols in Pagan Europe : Early Scandinavian and Celtic Religions by Hilda Roderick Ellis Davidson, 1989 Syracuse University Press
Myths from Mesopotamia; the Creation, the Flood, Gilgamesh and Others edited and translated by Stephanie Dalley, 1989 Oxford University Press, UK
In de schaduw van de berg Nunusaku, Een cultuur-historische verhandeling over de bevolking van de Midden-Molukken written by Dieter Bartels, Utrecht, 1994
In the Beginning Creation Stories from Around the World written by Virginia Hamilton, illustrated by Barry Moser, 1988 Harcourt Brace & Company, Orlando, Florida, USA
In de Schaduw van de Berg Nunusaku: een cultuur-historische verhandeling over de bevolking van de Midden-Molukken written by DieterBartels, Utrecht: 1994
Primal Myths- Creation Myths from Around the World Barbara C. Sproul, 1979 HarperCollins Publishers, New York, New York USA
Stories From the Beginning - Genesis I-II and Other Creation Stories written by Ellen van Wolde, 1997 Morehouse Publishing, Ridgefield, Connecticut USA
Thai Folktales written by M.L. Manich Jumsai C.B.E., M.A.,1988 Chalermnit Press, Bangkok, Thailand
The Ancient World of the Celts written by Peter Berresford Ellis, London: Constable, 1998.
The Inca's and their Ancestors written by Micheal E. Mosley,1992 Thames and Hudson

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