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Use this guide to help you determine what qualities your hero possessed.
Last Updated: Sep 24, 2012 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates
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Websites and Databases

Here are some helpful websites on mythology that you might like to see.  Be sure to rate the website if it is a great resource!

  • Encyclopedia Mythica  
    Explore this online encyclopedia for information about mythology, folklore and legend. It currently contains over 6,100 entries about gods, goddesses, legendary creatures and heroes from all around the world. Find information about Excalibur and Atlantis, dragons and unicorns. You can explore the encyclopedia or search for a specific topic. Visit the featured items and view images from the gallery. There are articles on everything from Johnny Appleseed to yeti!
  • Encyclopaedia Britannica High School
    Remember that this resource will provide a cite for you!

Working with LibGuides

This LibGuide will help you locate resources for your hero presentation. 

Photograph:Joan of Arc, as depicted in Antoine Dufour's Vie des femmes célèbres, c. 1505; in the Dobrée Museum, Nantes, France.

Dufour, Antoine: Joan of Arc. Photograph. Encyclopedia Britannica. Web. 24 Sept. 2012. <>.


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