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Encyclopedia Mythica

Encyclopedia Mythica This encyclopedia classifies all things mystical and imaginary! Teachers will find Mythology divided into six geographical regions, Folklore from all over the world, a Bestiary containing legendary mythical creatures, beloved Heroes, an Image Gallery, genealogy of
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Encyclopedia Mythica


This encyclopedia classifies all things mystical and imaginary! Teachers will find Mythology divided into six geographical regions, Folklore from all over the world, a Bestiary containing legendary mythical creatures, beloved Heroes, an Image Gallery, genealogy of prominent Houses, and featured items. Authors also include Greek heroic and Arthurian legend. This is an online encyclopedia, however, so entries are plentiful but sometimes brief.

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