Mythology Collections Online

For those searching for a particular myth for entertainment or a project there are thousands of them to be found online.

Title Author
Gods and Fighting Men (Project Gutenberg) Lady Augusta Gregory
Kalevala (Wikisource) Elias Lönnrot
Odyssey (Wikisource) Homer
Prose Edda (Wikisource) Snorri Sturluson
The High Deeds of Finn and other Bardic Romances of Ancient Ireland (Project Gutenberg) T.W.Rolleston
The Iliad (Wikisource) Homer
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Word Sleuth:

*séhaul (PIE) - Sun:-

The word for the Sun is old: Latin sōl sun; English sun; Lithuanian sáulė sun; Greek hēélios; Avestan hvar sun; Sanskrit svàr~ sūr(y)a; the Old Irish cognate sūil means eye, a concept also reprised in both Greek and Indic mythology.
In Eygpt the sun is represented as, N5 , and can also be represented as The Eye of Ra . This is frequently represented in hieroglyphs as the mirror opposite of the more common, Wadjet Eye, D10 , which has lunar associations. Originally the sun and moon were the right and left eyes respectively of Horus as a celestial falcon.
For reference, in China and Japan the basic symbol for the sun is, , and that for the eye,.

Title: The Oxford Introduction to Proto-Indo-European (PIE) - Authors: J.P.Mallory and D.Q.Adams - Pub: Oxford Linguistics - ISBN: 978-0-19-929668-2