For Further Study

Anonymous, Pasiphae and Her Impact on Greek Art and Culture

Doris A. Birmingham, Masson’s Pasiphaë: Eros and the Unity of the Cosmos

Brent Davis, Libation and the Minoan Feast

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

Katerina Glaraki, Minoan Peak Sanctuaries of East Crete: A Walking Perspective

Evangelos Kyriakidis, Pithos or baetyl? On the interpretation of a group of Minoan Rings

Katerina Kopaka, A day in potnia’s life. Aspects of ‘potnia’ and reflected ‘mistress’ activities in the Aegean Bronze Age

Maria F. Maurer, The Trouble with Pasiphae: Gender and Mythological Painting at the Gonzaga Court

Erika J. Nesholm, Review of Cretan Woman: Pasiphae, Ariadne, and Phaedra in Latin Poetry by Rebecca Armstrong

Marie Pareja, Exploring the Foreign Roots of the Blue Monkey in the Minoan Crocus Ceremony

Marie Pareja, Monkey and Ape Iconography in Minoan Art

Wayne L. Rupp, Shape of the Beast: The Theriomorphic and Therianthropic Deities and Demons of Ancient Italy

David Sansone, Euripides, Cretans frag. 472e.16-26

Yannis Tzifopoulos, The Cretan Contexts

University of Cambridge, The Labyrinth

Dominique van Dokkum, Connecting the Peak with the Palace: Minoan religion in the Neopalatial period

Horatio Caesar Roger Vella, Pasiphae and Daedalus and the Four Panels of the Door of Apollo’s Temple

Zeman-Wiśniewska, Dancing with the Goddess: Some Remarks on Different Ways to Interpret “Goddesses with Upraised Arms”