Myth and Folklore Wiki

About the Project


Statues of Greek Gods: Dionysus, Aphrodite, Zeus, and Ares (Left to Right)

The purpose of the Greek mythology project is to create high-quality articles dealing with the body of myths from ancient Greek culture. Our goal is to create easy to read, informational, and accurate articles that are properly sourced.

To participate, simply sign the list below, click a red link in the Greek mythology template (below) and create an article! Be sure to consider the format and information in other articles already created before starting a new one, so all articles will be consistent.

Additionally, you can help with the project by improving already existing articles, or rewriting any Greek mythology articles that may have been plagiarized form material from other sites. Plagiarized material is strictly forbidden on this website. You can browse Greek mythology articles by visiting the Greek Mythology Category Page.

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Anyone registered to Myths and Folklore Wiki can become a participant in the project. Just add your name to the list and start creating, editing, and improving Greek mythology articles!

Current Participants

This list if for current, active members of the site that are contributing to the project:

Past Participants

This list is for former members who contributed to the project that are now inactive on the site:


Below is a place for members working on the Greek Mythology Project to propose tasks that should be completed by the project, such as pages needed, etc.

  • Transfer over material from the defunct Greek Mythology Wiki
  • Rewrite content from Wikipedia
  • Add references to unreferenced content

Tasks Completed and Project Notes

Below is a list of major or noteworthy additions and edits to the project. Feel free to add important notes concerning the Greek mythology pages on this site for the other project members to see:

  • As of August 8, 2006, in the template at right, most of the Blue links are actually not full articles, but simply "placeholder" pages, and you are welcome to dive in and create articles there, as well as at the "Red" links. Please note here when you create articles.
  • The Dionysus article has been created.
  • I began the Twelve Olympians article. I was unable to finish, but got a good start.~ Froggygirl
  • I have made a template, and am starting articles related to Hesoid Theology, as well as making a source like template, for poems/poets. ~Kingcjc
  • I made a template for the users who are part of this project. Just put {{GreekMythProject}} on your user page. Thank You ~ Dowy