Djanggawul
In Aboriginal mythology, the Djanggawul are three siblings, two female and one male, who created the landscape of Australia and covered it with flora. They came from the island of Baralku, and were ev...
Forculus
Cardea or Carda was the ancient Roman goddess of the hinge (Latin cardo, cardinis), Roman doors being hung on pivot hinges. The Augustan poet Ovid conflates her with another archaic goddess named Carn...
Palden Lhamo
Palden Lamo ("Glorious Goddess", Tibetan: དཔལ་ལྡན་ལྷ་མོ།, Wylie: dpal ldan lha mo, Lhasa dialect IPA: [pɛːtɛ̃ ɬamo], Sanskrit: श्रीदेवी Śrīdēvī), Mongolian Ukin Tengri) or Remati is a...
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Dying-and-rising god
A dying-and-rising death-rebirth, or resurrection deity is a related motif where the god dies and is also resurrected. "Death or departure of the gods" is motif A192 in Stith Thompson's Motif-Index...
Munshin
Not to be confused with Jules Munshin, a song-and-dance artist.Munshin (Hangul: 문신, Hanja: 門神, literally Door god), known in the southernly Jeju Island as Munjeon (Hangul: 문전, Hanja: 門前) is the god of...
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Papare
In New Guinea mythology (Orokolo), Papare is the lunar deity.
Cities of the Ancient Near East
The largest cities in the Bronze Age ancient Near East housed several tens of thousands. Memphis in the Early Bronze Age with some 30,000 inhabitants was the largest city of the time by far. Ur in the...
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List of fertility deities
A fertility deity is a god or goddess in mythology associated with fertility, pregnancy, and birth. In some cases these deities are directly associated with sex, and in others they simply embody relat...
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Medaurus
Paleo-Balkan mythology includes the religious practices of the Dacians, Thracians, and Illyrians. Little is known about the rituals and mythology of the Iron Age Balkans, but some of their gods are de...
Ampelos
Ampelos (ἄμπελος) is the Ancient Greek for "vine".In an etiology told by Nonnus, the vine is personified as a beautiful satyr youth, who was loved by Dionysus, and whose death was foreseen by the god...
Atymnius
In Greek mythology, Atymnius (Ancient Greek: Ἀτύμνιος) is a name that may refer to:
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Hittite nursery and midwifery goddesses
Hittite and Hurrian nursery and midwifery goddesses only exist in collective.The Tawara are the collective of Hittite midwifery goddesses. They helped to create the first king of gods. The Hutellurra ...
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Divine twins
The Divine twins are a mytheme of Proto-Indo-European mythology.O'Brien (1982) reconstructs a horse goddess with twin offspring, pointing to Gaulish Epona, Irish Macha (the twins reflected in Macha's ...
Portunes
In ancient Roman religion, Portunes (alternatively spelled Portumnes or Portunus) was a god of keys, doors and livestock. He protected the warehouses where grain was stored. Probably because of folk a...
Puta (mythology)
In Roman mythology, according to Arnobius, Puta presided over the pruning of trees and was a minor goddess of agriculture.According to one version, the etymology of its name comes from Latin and its l...
Dying god
In comparative mythology, the related motifs of a dying god and of a dying-and-rising god (also known as a death-rebirth-deity) have appeared in diverse cultures. In the more commonly accepted motif o...
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