For Further Study

Dipla & D. Paleothodoros, Selected for the Dead. Erotic Themes on Grave Vases from Attic Cemeteries

Catherine Draycott, Drinking to Death. The ‘Totenmahl’, drinking culture and funerary representation in late Archaic/early Achaemenid Western Anatolia

Christopher Faraone, Kronos and the Titans as Powerful Ancestors: A Case Study of the Greek Gods in Later Magical Spells

Christopher Faraone, Orpheus’ Final Performance: Necromancy and a Singing Head on Lesbos

Renaud Gagné, Winds and Ancestors: The Physika of Orpheus

Chrysanthi Gallou, The Mycenaean cult of the dead in central Greece

Emmanouela Grypeou, Talking Skulls: On Some Personal Accounts of Hell and Their Place in Apocalyptic Literature

Vojtěch Hladký, Transmigrating Soul Between the Presocratics and Plato

Angeliki Kottaridi, Macedonian Burial Customs and the Funeral of Alexander the Great

Vayos Liapis, Ghosts, wand’ring here and there: Orestes the revenant

Ellie Mackin, In the Ground and in the Sky: Chthonic/Ouranic Dichotomy in Early Greek Religion

Alexis Pinchard, The Salvific Function of Memory in the Archaic Poetry, in the Orphic Gold Tablets and in Plato: What Continuity, What Break?

Ian Rutherford, Achilles and the Sallis Wastais Ritual. Performing Death in Greece and Anatolia

Ana Isabel Jiménez San Cristóbal, Thiasoi in the Netherworld

Amit Shilo, From Oblivion to Judgment: Afterlives, Politics, and Unbeliefs in Greek Tragedy and Plato

Thea Sommerschield, The thing about being a Hero is to know when (and where) to die: how did heroes differ from gods in Greek religion?

Stian Torjussen, Dionysos in the underworld: An interpretation of the Toledo krater

Michael Turner, The Woman in White: Dionysos and the dance of death

Yulia Ustinova, To Live in Joy and Die with Hope: Experiential Aspects of Ancient Greek Mystery Rites

Estella Weiss-Krejci, The Unburied Dead