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==Available==
 
==Available==
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* http://demgol.units.it/index.do
 
* http://demgol.units.it/index.do
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==Directors==
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* Ezio Pellizer
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* Gennaro Tedeschi
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(Gruppo di Ricerca sul Mito e la Mitografia (GRIMM), Trieste University)
  
 
==Description==
 
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DEMGOL is an online dictionary of mythological characters and peoples.  The entries cite ancient sources and pay special attention to the etymology of each name.  The entries can be browsed alphabetically and filtered by category (animals/heroes/other mortals/gods/peoples) or by whether they occur in Homer.  Over 1000 entries are available in Italian, Portuguese and French; a smaller number have been translated into French, Catalan, English or Croatian.
 
DEMGOL is an online dictionary of mythological characters and peoples.  The entries cite ancient sources and pay special attention to the etymology of each name.  The entries can be browsed alphabetically and filtered by category (animals/heroes/other mortals/gods/peoples) or by whether they occur in Homer.  Over 1000 entries are available in Italian, Portuguese and French; a smaller number have been translated into French, Catalan, English or Croatian.
  
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* Gruppo di Ricerca sul Mito e la Mitografia (GRIMM), Trieste University
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[[Category:Mythology]]
 
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Latest revision as of 14:33, 21 September 2018

[edit] Available

[edit] Directors

  • Ezio Pellizer
  • Gennaro Tedeschi

(Gruppo di Ricerca sul Mito e la Mitografia (GRIMM), Trieste University)

[edit] Description

DEMGOL is an online dictionary of mythological characters and peoples. The entries cite ancient sources and pay special attention to the etymology of each name. The entries can be browsed alphabetically and filtered by category (animals/heroes/other mortals/gods/peoples) or by whether they occur in Homer. Over 1000 entries are available in Italian, Portuguese and French; a smaller number have been translated into French, Catalan, English or Croatian.

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