For Further Study

Marco Antonio Santamaría Álvarez, A Phallus Hard to Swallow: the meaning of αἰδοῖος/-ον in the Derveni Papyrus
https://www.academia.edu/26527990/2016_A_Phallus_Hard_to_Swallow_the_meaning_of_%CE%B1%E1%BC%B0%CE%B4%CE%BF%E1%BF%96%CE%BF%CF%82_-%CE%BF%CE%BD_in_the_Derveni_Papyrus_Classical_Philology_111.2_139-164_Introduction_only_

Simon Collier, An Exploration into the Reception of Orpheus in the Early Christian period and the Christian Middle Ages
https://www.academia.edu/8441065/An_Exploration_into_the_Reception_of_Orpheus_in_the_Early_Christian_period_and_the_Christian_Middle_Ages

Eric Csapo, Star Choruses: Eleusis, Orphism, and New Musical Imagery and Dance
https://www.academia.edu/8199757/Star_Choruses_Eleusis_Orphism_and_New_Musical_Imagery_and_Dance_in_M._Revermann_and_P._Wilson_Performance_Iconography_Reception_Studies_in_Honour_of_Oliver_Taplin_2008

Fátima Díez-Platas, From the Heart and with a Serpent
https://www.academia.edu/2007026/From_the_Heart_and_with_a_Serpent

Radcliffe Edmonds III, The Children of Earth and Starry Heaven: The Meaning and Function of the Formula in the ‘Orphic’ Gold Tablets
https://www.academia.edu/26186368/The_Children_of_Earth_and_Starry_Heaven_The_Meaning_and_Function_of_the_Formula_in_the_Orphic_Gold_Tablets

Radcliffe Edmonds III, A Curious Concoction: Tradition and Innovation in Olympiodorus’ “Orphic” Creation of Mankind
https://www.academia.edu/1529320/A_Curious_Concoction_Tradition_and_Innovation_in_Olympiodorus_Orphic_Creation_of_Mankind

Radcliffe Edmonds III, Dionysos in Egypt? Epaphian Dionysos in the Orphic Hymns
http://repository.brynmawr.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1100&context=classics_pubs

Radcliffe Edmonds III, The Ephesia Grammata: Logos Orphaïkos or Apolline Alexima Pharmaka?
https://www.academia.edu/26186362/The_Ephesia_Grammata_Logos_Orpha%C3%AFkos_or_Apolline_Alexima_Pharmaka

Radcliffe Edmonds III, Extra‐Ordinary People: Mystai and Magoi , Magicians and Orphics in the Derveni Papyrus
https://www.academia.edu/1529321/Extra_Ordinary_People_Mystai_and_Magoi_Magicians_and_Orphics_in_the_Derveni_Papyrus

Radcliffe Edmonds III, Recycling Laertes’ Shroud: More on Orphism and Original Sin
http://chs.harvard.edu/CHS/article/display/1297

Radcliffe Edmonds III, To Sit in Solemn Silence? Thronosis in Ritual, Myth, and Iconography
https://www.academia.edu/26186339/To_Sit_in_Solemn_Silence_Thronosis_in_Ritual_Myth_and_Iconography

Radcliffe Edmonds III, Tearing Apart the Zagreus Myth: A Few Disparaging Remarks on Orphism and Original Sin
https://www.academia.edu/26186374/Tearing_Apart_the_Zagreus_Myth_A_Few_Disparaging_Remarks_on_Orphism_and_Original_Sin

Radcliffe Edmonds III, Who are you? Mythic Narrative and Identity in the ‘Orphic’ Gold Tablets
https://www.academia.edu/26186369/Who_are_you_Mythic_Narrative_and_Identity_in_the_Orphic_Gold_Tablets

Radcliffe Edmonds III, Who in Hell is Heracles? Dionysos’ Disastrous Disguise in Aristophanes’ Frogs
https://www.academia.edu/26186347/Who_in_Hell_is_Heracles_Dionysos_Disastrous_Disguise_in_Aristophanes_Frogs

Christopher Faraone, Kronos and the Titans as Powerful Ancestors: A Case Study of the Greek Gods in Later Magical Spells
https://www.academia.edu/23681619/_Kronos_and_the_Titans_as_Powerful_Ancestors_A_Case_Study_of_the_Greek_Gods_in_Later_Magical_Spells_in_J._N._Bremmer_and_A._Erskine_eds_The_Gods_of_Ancient_Greece_Edinburgh_2010_388-405

Christopher Faraone, Mystery Cults and Incantations: Evidence for Orphic Charms in Euripides’ Cyclops 646-48?
https://www.academia.edu/23681185/_Mystery_Cults_and_Incantations_Evidence_for_Orphic_Charms_in_Euripides_Cyclops_646-48_Rheinisches_Museum_151_2008_127-142

Christopher Faraone, Orpheus’ Final Performance: Necromancy and a Singing Head on Lesbos
https://www.academia.edu/21235044/_Orpheus_Final_Performance_Necromancy_and_a_Singing_Head_on_Lesbos_Studi_italiani_di_filologia_classica_97_2004_5-27

Christopher Faraone, Rushing and Falling into Milk: New Perspectives on the Orphic Gold Tablets from Thurii and Pelinna
https://www.academia.edu/23681625/_Rushing_and_Falling_into_Milk_New_Perspectives_on_the_Orphic_Gold_Tablets_from_Thurii_and_Pelinna_in_R._G._Edmonds_ed._Further_along_the_Path_Recent_Studies_in_the_Orphic_Gold_Leaves_Cambridge_2010_304-24

Christopher Faraone, A Socratic Leaf-Charm for Headache (Charmides 155b-157c), Orphic Gold Leaves and the Ancient Greek Tradition of Leaf Amulets
https://www.academia.edu/23681486/_A_Socratic_Leaf-Charm_for_Headache_Charmides_155b-157c_Orphic_Gold_Leaves_and_the_Ancient_Greek_Tradition_of_Leaf_Amulets_in_J._Dijkstra_J._Kroesen_and_Y._Kuiper_edd._Myths_Martyrs_and_Modernity._Studies_in_the_History_of_Religions_in_Honour_of_Jan_N._Bremmer_Leiden_2009_145-166

Franco Ferrari, Oral Bricolage and Ritual Context in the Golden Tablets, proofs for “Sacred Words”
https://www.academia.edu/7893629/Oral_Bricolage_and_Ritual_Context_in_the_Golden_Tablets_proofs_for_Sacred_Words_2011_

Franco Ferrari, Orphics at Olbia
https://www.academia.edu/17367870/_Orphics_at_Olbia_2015_bozze

Renaud Gagné, Winds and Ancestors: The Physika of Orpheus
https://www.academia.edu/2349703/Winds_and_Ancestors_The_Physika_of_Orpheus

Emmanouela Grypeou, Talking Skulls: On Some Personal Accounts of Hell and Their Place in Apocalyptic Literature
https://www.academia.edu/22509910/Talking_Skulls_On_Some_Personal_Accounts_of_Hell_and_Their_Place_in_Apocalyptic_Literature

James Horden, Notes on the Orphic Papyrus from Gurôb
http://katabasis.ca/pdf/129131.pdf

Phillip Horky, The Imprint of the Soul: Psychosomatic Affection in Plato, Gorgias, and the “Orphic” Gold Tablets
https://www.academia.edu/202380/The_Imprint_of_the_Soul_Psychosomatic_Affection_in_Plato_Gorgias_and_the_Orphic_Gold_Tablets

Katarzyna Kolakowska, Orphic motives in “Orpheus’ Lithika”
https://www.academia.edu/8314705/Orphic_motives_in_Orpheus_Lithika_

Anna S. Kuznetsova, Shamanism and the Orphic Tradition
http://www.nsu.ru/classics/eng/Anna/Kuznetsova_Shamanism.pdf

Andrei Lebedev, Pharnabazos, the Diviner of Hermes: Two ostraka with curse letters from Olbia
http://www.uni-koeln.de/phil-fak/ifa/zpe/downloads/1996/112pdf/112268.pdf

M. Owen Lee, Mystic Orpheus: Another Note on the Three-Figure Reliefs
http://www.ascsa.edu.gr/pdf/uploads/hesperia/147286.pdf

Liz Locke, Orpheus and Orphism: Cosmology and Sacrifice at the Boundary
https://scholarworks.iu.edu/dspace/bitstream/handle/2022/2254/28(2)%203-29.pdf?sequence=1

Patrizia Marzillo, Attempt of a New Etymology for the Orphic divinity Phanes
https://www.academia.edu/3613495/Attempt_of_a_New_Etymology_for_the_Orphic_divinity_Phanes_by_Patrizia_Marzillo

Georgi Mishev, White, red and black: Bulgarian healing ritual
https://www.academia.edu/5841098/White_red_and_black_Bulgarian_healing_ritual

Alexis Pinchard, The Salvific Function of Memory in the Archaic Poetry, in the Orphic Gold Tablets and in Plato: What Continuity, What Break?
https://www.academia.edu/1621447/The_Salvific_Function_of_Memory_in_the_Archaic_Poetry_in_the_Orphic_Gold_Tablets_and_in_Plato_What_Continuity_What_Break

Ana Isabel Jiménez San Cristóbal, Do not drink the water of Forgetfulness
https://www.academia.edu/9880014/2011._Do_not_drink_the_water_of_Forgetfulness_OF_474-477_in_M._Herrero_A._I._Jim%C3%A9nez_San_Crist%C3%B3bal_E._R._Luj%C3%A1n_R._Mart%C3%ADn_M._A._Santamar%C3%ADa_S._Torallas_eds._Tracing_Orpheus._Studies_of_Orphic_Fragments_in_Honour_of_Alberto_Bernab%C3%A9_Berlin_Boston_2011_163-170

Ana Isabel Jiménez San Cristóbal, Thiasoi in the Netherworld
https://www.academia.edu/20308023/2015._Thiasoi_in_the_Netherworld_in_C._Giuffr%C3%A8_Scibona-A._Mastrocinque_ed._Ex_pluribus_unum._Studi_in_onore_di_Giulia_Sfameni_Gasparro_Roma_2015_109-120

Amit Shilo, From Oblivion to Judgment: Afterlives, Politics, and Unbeliefs in Greek Tragedy and Plato
https://www.academia.edu/6370459/From_Oblivion_to_Judgment_Afterlives_Politics_and_Unbeliefs_in_Greek_Tragedy_and_Plato

Stian Torjussen, Metamorphoses of Myth: A Study of the Orphic Gold Tablets and the Derveni Papyrus
https://www.academia.edu/3773025/Metamorphoses_of_Myth._A_Study_of_the_Orphic_Gold_Tablets_and_the_Derveni_Papyrus

Stian Torjussen, Milk as a symbol of immortality in the “Orphic” gold tablets from Thurii and Pelinna
https://www.academia.edu/9679705/Milk_as_a_symbol_of_immortality_in_the_Orphic_gold_tablets_from_Thurii_and_Pelinna

Yulia Ustinova, To Live in Joy and Die with Hope: Experiential Aspects of Ancient Greek Mystery Rites
https://www.academia.edu/5850427/To_Live_in_Joy_and_Die_with_Hope_Experiential_Aspects_of_Ancient_Greek_Mystery_Rites

Algis Uzdavinys, Orphism and the Roots of Platonism
http://themathesontrust.org/publications-files/mtexcerpt-orpheus.pdf

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

Sarah Burges Watson, Orpheus: A Guide to Select Sources
https://livingpoets.dur.ac.uk/w/Orpheus:_A_Guide_to_Selected_Sources

Alexandra Wheatcroft, On the Topography of the Greek Underworld and the Orphic Gold Tablets
https://www.academia.edu/8507715/On_the_Topography_of_the_Greek_Underworld_and_the_Orphic_Gold_Tablets