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European mythology

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European mythology

This is a list of mythologies of the world, by culture and region.

Mythologies by region


Central Africa

East Africa

Horn of Africa

North Africa

West Africa

Southern Africa


overlaps with North Asia, Northern Europe and North America.


Southwestern Asia

Middle East, Persia, Anatolia, Caucasus.


Medieval to Modern

South Asia

East Asia

Southeast Asia

Central and Northern Asia

(overlaps with Eastern and Northern Europe)

Australia and Oceania


Classical Antiquity

Northern Europe

Eastern Europe

Southern Europe

Western Europe

North Caucasus

South Caucasus/Transcaucasia

British Isles


North America




South America

African diasporic

Mythologies by religion

Syncretic mythologies

Modern Mythologies

Ancient mythologies by period of first attestation.

Bronze Age
Iron Age
Late Antiquity

Fictional Mythologies

See also

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