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|Categorising a story as a myth does not necessarily imply that it is untrue. Religion and mythology differ, but have overlapping aspects. Many English speakers understand the terms "myth" and "mythology" to mean fictitious or imaginary. However, according to many dictionary definitions, these terms can also mean a traditional story or narrative that embodies the belief or beliefs of a group of people, and this Wikipedia category should be understood in this sense only. The use of these terms in this category does not imply that any story so categorized is historically true or false or that any belief so embodied is itself either true or false.|
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This category has the following 43 subcategories, out of 43 total.
- ► Proto-Indo-European religion (11 P)
- ► Estonian mythology (2 C, 17 P)
- ► Hungarian mythology (1 C, 12 P)
- ► Italian mythology (3 C, 1 P)
- ► Ossetian mythology (7 P)
- ► Works based on European myths and legends (12 C, 13 P)
- ► European mythology stubs (4 C, 375 P)
Pages in category "European mythology"
The following 22 pages are in this category, out of 22 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more).