For Further Study

Anonymous, Hekate at Ancient Corinth
https://camws.org/sites/default/files/meeting2016/357.Hekate.pdf

William Berg, Hecate: Greek or Anatolian?
https://www.academia.edu/5682221/Hecate_Greek_or_Anatolian_

Simon Collier, An exploration into the revival of the Greek goddess Hecate: How did William Blake’s Hecate / The Night of Enitharmon’s Joy present a new way of understanding the goddess, and how has this had an influence on Neopaganism?
https://www.academia.edu/11015411/The_Revival_of_the_Greek_Goddess_Hecate

Randy P. Conner, Come, Hekate, I Call You to My Sacred Chants
https://www.academia.edu/4005066/Come_Hekate_I_Call_You_to_My_Sacred_Chants

Leonardo, Hekate in the PGM
http://voces-magicae.com/2015/04/17/hekate-in-the-pgm/

Manolis Manoledakis, Hekate with Apollon and Artemis on a gem from the southern Black Sea region
https://www.academia.edu/7225831/Hekate_with_Apollon_and_Artemis_on_a_gem_from_the_southern_Black_Sea_region

Carol M. Mooney, Hekate: Her Role and Character in Greek Literature from before the Fifth Century BC
https://macsphere.mcmaster.ca/bitstream/11375/9537/1/fulltext.pdf

Shelly Nixon, Hekate: Bringer of Light
https://www.academia.edu/5567504/Hekate_Bringer_of_Light

Elly Penman, “Toil and Trouble”: Changes of Imagery to Hekate and Medea in Ovid’s Metamorphoses
https://www.academia.edu/11730220/_Toil_and_Trouble_Changes_of_Imagery_to_Hekate_and_Medea_in_Ovids_Metamorphoses

Nicola Serafini, The Revival of a Greek Goddess: Hecate’s Fortune from Pre-Modern Literature to Contemporary New-Paganism
https://www.academia.edu/4994403/The_Revival_of_a_Greek_Goddess_Hecate_s_Fortune_from_Pre-Modern_Literature_to_Contemporary_New-Paganism

Turkilsen & Blasweiler, Medea, Cytissorus, Hekate, they all came from Aea: Historical and Cultic Evidence from Hellas in the Golden Fleece Myths
https://www.academia.edu/9332057/Medea_Cytissorus_Hekate_they_all_came_from_Aea

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