For Further Study

Pino Blasone, Figures of Absence in the History of Art
https://www.academia.edu/969740/Figures_of_Absence_in_the_History_of_Art

Pilar Diez del Corral Corredoira, Ariadne: Dionysos’s wife and lover
https://www.academia.edu/653923/Ariadne.Dionysoss_wife_and_lover

Brent Davis, Libation and the Minoan Feast
https://www.academia.edu/15444538/Libation_and_the_Minoan_Feast

Anthia Dipla, Ariadne with Mitos and Stephanos: Initiation, Abduction and Marriage in the Cretan Labyrinth
https://www.academia.edu/4629866/Ariadne_with_Mitos_and_Stephanos_Initiation_Abduction_and_Marriage_in_the_Cretan_Labyrinth._9th_Interdisciplinary_Symmetry_Congress_Symmetry_and_Labyrinth_Crete_2013

Chrysanthi Gallou, The Mycenaean cult of the dead in central Greece
https://www.academia.edu/1848479/C._Gallou._2002._The_Mycenaean_cult_of_the_dead_in_central_Greece_PhD_thesis_University_of_Nottingham_

Benjamin Haller, The Labyrinth of Memory: Iphigeneia, Simonides, and Classical Models of Architecture as Mind in Chris Nolan’s Inception
http://journaldialogue.org/issues/issue-1/the-labyrinth-of-memory-iphigeneia-simonides-and-classical-models-of-architecture-as-mind-in-chris-nolans-inception-2010/

Joseph Alexander MacGillivray, Return to the Labyrinth: A Clew to the Function of the Minoan Palaces
http://www.athenapub.com/11labyr.htm

Bruce Rimell, The mistress of the dance
http://www.biroz.net/words/minoan6.htm

Wayne L. Rupp, Shape of the Beast: The Theriomorphic and Therianthropic Deities and Demons of Ancient Italy
http://diginole.lib.fsu.edu/islandora/object/fsu:176404/datastream/PDF/view

Michael Turner, The Woman in White: Dionysos and the dance of death
https://www.academia.edu/5742435/The_Woman_in_White_Dionysos_and_the_dance_of_death_Mediterranean_Archaeology_16_2003_137-148

University of Cambridge, The Labyrinth
http://classictales.educ.cam.ac.uk/stories/metamorphoses/labyrinth/index.html