About the Project
The purpose of the Egyptian mythology project is to create high-quality articles dealing with the body of myths from ancient Egyptian 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 Egyptian 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 Egyptian mythology articles that may have been plagiarized form material from other sites. Plagiarized material is strictly forbidden on this website.
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Anyone registered to the Myths and Folklore Wiki can become a participant in the project. Just add your name to the list and start creating, editing, and improving Egyptian mythology articles!
- Add your name to be the first participant!
Below is a place for members working on the Egyptian Mythology Project to propose tasks that should be completed by the project, such as pages needed, etc.
- Add Tasks Here
Tasks Completed and Project Notes
|Gods and goddesses of Egyptian mythology|
|Gods||Ahy • Amun • Anedjti • Anhur • Anubis • Ash • Aten • Atum • Banebdjedet • Duamutef • Geb • Hapi • Hapi • Heka • Herishef • Horakhty • Horus • Imseti • Khepri • Khnum • Khonsu • Maahes • Montu • Nefertem • Nehebkau • Nemty • Nun • Osiris • Ptah • Qebehsenuef • Ra • Rem • Serapis • Set • Shu • Sobek • Sokar • Thoth • Wepawet|
|Goddesses||Amentet • Anat • Ankhet • Bastet • Buto • Ernutet • Hathor • Hatmehit • Isis • Ma'at • Menhit • Meretseger • Meskhenet • Mut • Neith • Nekhbet • Nephthys • Nut • Satet • Sekhmet • Serket • Seshat • Sopdet • Tawaret • Tefnut • Wosret|