"True myths, ancient and modern, stop time because they emerge from somewhere beyond time."
Launch your project with an encyclopedia article that will give you a general overview and lots of key words to start you on your way.
Next check catalogs to see if there are materials on your topic. Not enough? Expand your topic. Too many? Refine your topic.
Ms. Wallen, Librarian
Ms. Anderson, Librarian
Ms. Casey, Library Assistant
Ms. Zeytoonian, Library Assistant
Ms. Donnellan, Department Secretary
email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
We are all here to help you. Just ask!
A collection of Salem Press titles including: Great Lives from History, Great Events from History and more.
An online archive of mythology from around the world curated by academics and researchers. Good background information and visuals.
Project Gutenberg has compiled a collection of free ebooks on mythology topics.
A mythology encyclopedia "poking gods with a stick since 1999."
Art and multimedia database that has art with mythological themes from museums around the world.
Ted has a good number of short video talks on a fairly wide range of mythology topics.
A collection of animated videos on myths and mythology.
The World History Encyclopedia has created a playlist of mythology videos.
Lexington High School Library Media Center