For Further Study

Andreas Antonopoulos, A puzzling threat by Silenos: On Sophocles’ Ichneutai 168

Anton Bierl, Dionysos in Old Comedy: Staging of Experiments on Myth and Cult

Fátima Díez-Platas, Sex and the city: Silens and Nymphs in Ancient Greek pottery

Christopher Faraone, Mystery Cults and Incantations: Evidence for Orphic Charms in Euripides’ Cyclops 646-48?

Christopher L. Gipson, Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner: Polyphemus’ Dionysian Exclusion in Euripides’ Cyclops

Mark Griffiths, Greek Satyr Plays: Five Studies

Edith Hall, New Directions in Ancient Pantomime

Jonathan MacLellan, A City of Laughter: Assessing Tarentine Comedy from the Fourth Century to the Roman Stage

Dimitris Paleothodoros, Satyrs as Shield Devices in Vase Painting

Ralph Rosen, Aischrology in Old Comedy and the Question of ‘Ritual Obscenity’

David Sansone, Taking Satyr-Play Seriously: Socrates in Plato’s Symposium