For Further Study

Anonymous, Pasiphae and Her Impact on Greek Art and Culture
http://www.rwaag.org/pasiphae

Doris A. Birmingham, Masson’s Pasiphaë: Eros and the Unity of the Cosmos
http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/00043079.1987.10788425

Brent Davis, Libation and the Minoan Feast
https://www.academia.edu/15444538/Libation_and_the_Minoan_Feast

Chrysanthi Gallou, The Mycenaean cult of the dead in central Greece
https://www.academia.edu/1848479/C._Gallou._2002._The_Mycenaean_cult_of_the_dead_in_central_Greece_PhD_thesis_University_of_Nottingham_

Katerina Glaraki, Minoan Peak Sanctuaries of East Crete: A Walking Perspective
https://www.academia.edu/26771781/Glaraki_K._2016._Minoan_Peak_Sanctuaries_of_East_Crete_A_Walking_Perspective_Chronika_vol.6_82-_92

Evangelos Kyriakidis, Pithos or baetyl? On the interpretation of a group of Minoan Rings
https://www.academia.edu/21761903/K._Zeman-Wi%C5%9Bniewska_2016._Dancing_with_the_Goddess_Some_Remarks_on_Different_Ways_to_Interpret_Goddesses_with_Upraised_Arms_in_A._Jacobs_and_P._Cosyns_eds._Cypriot_material_culture_studies_from_picrolite_carving_to_Proskynitaria_analysis._Brussels_Academic_and_Scientific_Publications

Katerina Kopaka, A day in potnia’s life. Aspects of ‘potnia’ and reflected ‘mistress’ activities in the Aegean Bronze Age
https://www.academia.edu/24849490/Kopaka_K._2001_A_day_in_potnia_s_life._Aspects_of_potnia_and_reflected_mistress_activities_in_the_Aegean_Bronze_Age_in_R._Laffineur_R._H%C3%A4gg_eds_P%CE%9F%CE%A4%CE%9D%CE%99%CE%91_Deities_and_Religion_in_the_Aegean_Bronze_Age_Proceedings_of_the_8th_International_Aegean_Conference_Aegaeum_22_Li%C3%A8ge_15-31

Maria F. Maurer, The Trouble with Pasiphae: Gender and Mythological Painting at the Gonzaga Court
https://www.academia.edu/2054651/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
https://cj.camws.org/Nesholm%20on%20Armstrong.pdf

Marie Pareja, Exploring the Foreign Roots of the Blue Monkey in the Minoan Crocus Ceremony
https://www.academia.edu/26249945/Exploring_the_Foreign_Roots_of_the_Blue_Monkey_in_the_Minoan_Crocus_Ceremony

Marie Pareja, Monkey and Ape Iconography in Minoan Art
https://www.academia.edu/21788187/Monkey_and_Ape_Iconography_in_Minoan_Art

Wayne L. Rupp, Shape of the Beast: The Theriomorphic and Therianthropic Deities and Demons of Ancient Italy
http://diginole.lib.fsu.edu/islandora/object/fsu:176404/datastream/PDF/view

David Sansone, Euripides, Cretans frag. 472e.16-26
https://www.academia.edu/3828235/Euripides_Cretans_frag._472e.16-26_Kannicht

Yannis Tzifopoulos, The Cretan Contexts
http://chs.harvard.edu/CHS/article/display/5102

University of Cambridge, The Labyrinth
http://classictales.educ.cam.ac.uk/stories/metamorphoses/labyrinth/index.html

Dominique van Dokkum, Connecting the Peak with the Palace: Minoan religion in the Neopalatial period
https://www.academia.edu/15389379/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
http://www.journals.vu.lt/literatura/article/viewFile/7707/5584

Zeman-Wiśniewska, Dancing with the Goddess: Some Remarks on Different Ways to Interpret “Goddesses with Upraised Arms”
https://www.academia.edu/21761903/K._Zeman-Wi%C5%9Bniewska_2016._Dancing_with_the_Goddess_Some_Remarks_on_Different_Ways_to_Interpret_Goddesses_with_Upraised_Arms_in_A._Jacobs_and_P._Cosyns_eds._Cypriot_material_culture_studies_from_picrolite_carving_to_Proskynitaria_analysis._Brussels_Academic_and_Scientific_Publications