For Further Study

John Dillon, The Muses in the Platonic Academy
https://www.academia.edu/4380867/The_Muses_in_the_Platonic_Academy

John Dillery, Aesop, Isis, and the Heliconian Muses
https://www.academia.edu/13289689/Aesop_Isis_and_the_Heliconian_Muses

Tomasz Mojsik, Between Tradition and Innovation: Genealogy, Names and the Number of the Muses
https://www.academia.edu/1137409/Between_Tradition_and_Innovation_Genealogy_Names_and_the_Number_of_the_Muses

Tomasz Mojsik, The Muses and Sacrifices before Battle
https://www.academia.edu/1139958/The_Muses_and_Sacrifices_before_Battle

Tomasz Mojsik, Some Reflections on the Muses and the Cult of the Dead
https://www.academia.edu/4793030/SOME_REFLECTIONS_ON_THE_MUSES_AND_THE_CULT_OF_THE_DEAD

James I. Porter, Why are there nine Muses
https://www.academia.edu/5945639/Why_are_there_nine_Muses

Karin Schlapbach, The temporality of the Muses
https://www.academia.edu/15398510/The_temporality_of_the_Muses

Sarah Burges Watson, Muses of Lesbos or (Aeschylean) Muses of Pieria? Orpheus’ Head on a Fifth-century Hydria
http://grbs.library.duke.edu/article/viewFile/14541/3887

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