Mythology and Great Literature

Hindu Mythology, Literature, and Sacred Texts
The Hindu religion is likely the oldest religion still practiced today. It’s mythology is vast and full of exciting stories, and the sheer amount of literature is staggaring. This is the Hindu Mythology, Literature, and Sacred Text timeline.
Egyptian Mythology and Literature
Egyptian mythology has become a permanent part of our culture, though not quite as mainstream as Greek mythology. Nevertheless, anyone will recognize the unique stylistic renderings of Horus or Anubis, and there are plenty of modern retellings that bring these characters to the forefront. This is the Egyptian Mythology and literature timeline. What’s on the...
Mesopotamian Mythology and Literature
Mesopotamian writing is among the oldest (if not the oldest) of all time. Its star hero, Gilgamesh, hailed as one of humanity’s greatest heroes in one of humanities first narratives. This is the Mesopotamian mythology and literature timeline.
Mythology and Great Literature Media List
Mythology has been a source of so many of our stories, right up to the present day. And that’s just the stories themselves. Mythological themes are to be found in almost all of our popular stories of today. This is the massive mythology and great literature media timeline.
The Bible and Book of Mormon in Chronological Order
Though the Bible is largely the only book of scripture for most of Christianity, there are some who believe that God continues to talk to his people through additional revelation, such as those who identify as members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Here is that scriptures included, chronologically, alongside the Bible....
The Bible in Chronological Order
The Bible has been a source of faith and hope for a lot of people, inspiring millions around the globe for centuries. But did you know that must of the books/chapters of the Bible are not in historical order? That’s what we’re trying to examine, the chronological order of the chapters in the Bible.
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