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This page contains the geographically-challenged topics:  Faerie - Gypsy - Jewish

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bulletFaery Bibliography by Niko offers a nice list of references about fairy folk including lore and theory, story collections, dissertations, novels, poetry, drama, ballads, children's literature, movies, television programs, music, and links to other fairy-related web sites.
bulletFaerie Encyclopedia by Rebecca Lehmann offers an alphabetical list of the denizens of the Fey Folk. Attempts to cover the many types of faeries defined in folklore. Includes information on fairy locales, flora and trees, poetry, superstitions, and more.
bulletFaery Lore contains a couple of pages of faerie descriptions and the Tree Leaves' Oracle a folk journal/e-zine consisting of art, articles, poems, stories, movie and book reviews.
bulletFaerie Lore & Literature provides a collection of online reference materials and a search engine. <Offline 9/11/00>
bulletFairy Tales: Origins and Evolution by Christine Daaé covers the evolution of some of the popular tales from dark stories to the watered-down children's stories known today.
bulletFolk and Fairy Tales from Around the World is a large and impressive collection of stories.
bulletGateway to Faerie is Aria Lusina's graphically stunning faerie site.
bulletGruber Brothers' Fairy Tales - Original stories, folklore, legends, and mythology
bulletHopewish's Homepage of the little folk of the world by Ng Yi-Sheng provides a less Euro-centric 'Little People Catalogue' A,B,C, D,E,F, G,H,I,J, K,L,M, N,O,P, Q,R,S, T,U,V, W,X,Y,Z.
bulletIndo-European Folk and Fairy Tales is a compilation of links by D. L. Ashliman.
bulletInternational Colored Gemstone Association offers some tidbits of folklore about gemstones.
bulletKitsune Page by David Price and Laura Steinke explores the kitsune myth and other legends and information about foxes.
bulletLanguage of Flowers discusses the meanings behind different floral arrangements, including roses.
bulletLegendary Animals has multiple links to dragons, gargoyles, griffins, merfolk, phoenix, unicorns, and miscellaneous sites.
bulletLegends and Stories by Aileen offers links to many story sites.
bulletMystical World Wide Web Myths Legends and Folklore Index has material on plants, trees, animals, King Arthur, ghosts, and much more.
bulletMyths and Legends is Chris Siren's extensive links list.
bulletSome Twenty Fairy Tales from Scandinavia, all on one large page.
bulletSources for the Analysis and Interpretation of Folk and Fairy Tales by Tracey A. Callison offers a bibliography of works dealing with the analysis of fairy tales. Includes general, literary, psychological, feminist, and other approaches.
bulletTales of Traditional Wisdom by Rigby Heinemann offers a collection of stories from children around the world. Includes animal legends, creation stories, and more.
bulletTales of Wonder  by Richard Darsie is an archive of folk & fairy tales from around the world. <Offline 9/11/00>
bulletTara's home page offers links to fairy sites. Includes a collection of fairy pictures.
bulletTech Classics Archive offers a searchable collection of almost 400 Greek and Roman texts in English translation, along with user-provided commentary.
bulletTraditional Literature is a good bibliography of legend, fairy tale, and folklore references.
bulletTraditions of Magic by curator Gideon Bohak of the special collections library at the Univesity of Michigan offers a look at magical traditions in the Mediterranean basin and the Near East from the 1st to the 7th centuries A.D.
bulletTennessee State University Folklore Collection offers proverbs, superstitions, and links to other folklore sites.


bulletGypsy Folk Medicine is essentially a medicinal recipe page.
bulletGypsy Lore Society is an international association of persons interested in Gypsy Studies (formed in Great Britain in 1888).
bulletPatrin is a site dedicated to Romani (Gypsy) culture and history.



bulletJewish Folklore in Israel by Gila Gutenberg offers a look at Jewish folklore in Israel. Provides a list of academic departments, institutions, periodicals, conferences, and general folklore links.
bulletHistorical Lilith includes a summary and links from the Lilith Shrine by R. Rosen.
bulletInternet Jewish History Sourcebook is a subset of the Internet Medieval Sourcebook & Internet Ancient History Sourcebook and Internet Modern History Sourcebook.
bulletKing Soloman's Genie by Eliezer Segal is part of his collection of published articles on topics related to Judaism.
bulletLilith by Alan Humm offers excerpts from a variety of works and online discussions about Lilith, Adam's first wife in Jewish folklore.
bulletThe Lilith Myth is retold from 'Hebrew Myths' by Robert Graves and Raphael Patai.
bulletStory of Lilith taken from the Alphabet of Ben Sira.

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