Further Reading

James Adam, Orphic Religious Ideas
Britta K. Ager, Roman Agricultural Magic
Michael C. Astour, Ancient Greek Civilization in Southern Italy
Nicole Cama, Defining the ‘Strano’: Madness in Renaissance Italy
Giovanni Casadio and Patricia A. Johnston, Mystic cults in Magna Graecia
Laura Miguélez Cavero, The Appearance of the Gods in the Dionysiaca of Nonnus
Susan Guettel Cole, New Evidence for the Mysteries of Dionysos
Eric Csapo, The Dionysian Parade and the Poetics of Plenitude
Bruno Currie, Euthymos of Locri: A case study of heroization in the Classical Period
Daniel del Nido, The Body of Socrates: Plato’s Appropriation of Dionysian Mystery Religion in the Symposium
Fátima Díez-Platas, From the Heart and with a Serpent
Norman Douglas, Birds and Beasts of the Greek Anthology
Radcliffe Edmonds III, Recycling Laertes’ Shroud: More on Orphism and Original Sin
___ Redefining Ancient Orphism
___ Tearing Apart the Zagreus Myth: A Few Disparaging Remarks On Orphism and Original Sin
___ That Old Titanic Nature: Orphism and Plato Laws 701bc
Benedikt Eckhardt, “Bloodless Sacrifice”: A Note on Greek Cultic Language in the Imperial Era
Gunnel Ekroth, The sacrificial rituals of Greek hero-cults in the Archaic to the early Hellenistic periods
Christopher A. Faraone, Mystery Cults and Incantions: Evidence for Orphic Charms
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Renaud Gagné, Winds and Ancestors: The Physika of Orpheus
Stella Georgoudi, Sacrificing to Dionysos: Regular and Particular Rituals
Kenneth Sylvan Guthrie, The Pythagorean Sourcebook and Library
Carinna Håkansson, In Search of Dionysos: Reassessing a Dionysian context in early Rome
Rudolf Habelt, Pharnabazos, the Diviner of Hermes: Two ostraka with curse letters from Olbia
A. W. Hands, The Coins of Magna Graecia: Coinage of the Greek Colonies of Southern Italy
George Hinge, Dionysus and Heracles in Scythia
Jens Holzhausen, Poetry and Mysteries: Euripides’ Bacchae and the Dionysiac Rites
James Horden, Notes on the Orphic Papyrus from Gurôb
Phillip Horky, The Imprint of the Soul: Psychosomatic Affection in Plato, Gorgias, and the “Orphic” Gold Tablets
Cornelia Isler-Kerényi, Dionysos in Archaic Greece: An Understanding through Images
Jordan Iliev, Oracles of Dionysos in Ancient Thrace
Richard Janko, The Derveni Papyrus: A New Translation
Ted Jenner, Ritual Performance and the Gold Leaves
Sarah Iles Johnston, Restless Dead: Encounters between the Living and the Dead in Ancient Greece
___ Ritual Texts for the Afterlife: Orpheus and the Bacchic Gold Tablets
Andromache Karanika, Ecstasis in Healing: Practices in Southern Italy and Greece from Antiquity to the Present
Anna S. Kuznetsova, Shamanism and the Orphic Tradition
Jennifer Larson, Ancient Greek Cults: A Guide
M. Owen Lee, Mystic Orpheus: Another Note on the Three-Figure Reliefs
Liz Locke, Orpheus and Orphism: Cosmology and Sacrifice at the Boundary
Kathryn Lomas, Beyond Magna Graecia: Greeks and Non‐Greeks in France, Spain and Italy
Bonnie MacLachlan, Kore as Nymph, not Daughter: Persephone in a Locrian Cave
Jonathan MacLellan, A City of Laughter: Assessing Tarentine Comedy from the Fourth Century to the Roman Stage
Irad Malkin, The Middle Ground: Philoktetes in Italy
Patrizia Marzillo, Attempt of a New Etymology for the Orphic divinity Phanes
Georgi Mishev, White, red and black: Bulgarian healing ritual
Dimitris Paleothodoros, Dionysiac Imagery in Archaic Etruria
Alexis Pinchard, The Salvific Function of Memory in the Archaic Poetry, in the Orphic Gold Tablets and in Plato: What Continuity, What Break?
Ronnie Pontiac, Orpheus and Counterculture
Mika Rissanen, The Hirpi Sorani and the Wolf Cults of Central Italy
Taylor Rabun, A Documentary History of Naples
Matthias Riedl, The Containment of Dionysos: Religion and Politics in the Bacchanalia Affair of 186 BCE
J. F. Russell, Tarantism
Rosicrucian Digest, Volume 87: The Orphic Mysteries
Rebecca K. Schindler, Aphrodite and the colonization of Locri Epizephyrii
Richard Seaford, Dionysos
Marilyn B. Skinner, Nossis and Women’s Cult at Locri
William Smith, Magna Graecia
Stian Torjussen, Dionysos in the underworld. An interpretation of the Toledo krater
___ Metamorphoses of Myth. A Study of the Orphic Gold Tablets and the Derveni Papyrus
Michael Turner, The Woman in White: Dionysos and the Dance of Death
Yulia Ustinova, Caves and the Ancient Greek Oracles
Algis Uzdavinys, Orphism and the Roots of Platonism
Sarah Burges Watson, Muses of Lesbos or (Aeschylean) Muses of Pieria? Orpheus’ Head on a Fifth-century Hydria
___ Orpheus: A Guide to Select Sources
Velvet Yates, The Titanic Origin of Humans: The Melian Nymphs and Zagreus

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