For Further Study

Andreas Antonopoulos, A puzzling threat by Silenos: On Sophocles’ Ichneutai 168
https://www.academia.edu/9768564/A_puzzling_threat_by_Silenos_On_Sophocles_Ichneutai_168_GRBS_54_2014_579-583

Anton Bierl, Dionysos in Old Comedy: Staging of Experiments on Myth and Cult
https://www.academia.edu/5398946/_Dionysos_in_Old_Comedy._Staging_of_Experiments_on_Myth_and_Cult_in_A._Bernab%C3%A9_et._al._ed._Redefining_Dionysos_Berlin_Boston_De_Gruyter_2013_366_385

Fátima Díez-Platas, Sex and the city: Silens and Nymphs in Ancient Greek pottery
https://www.academia.edu/10243283/_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?
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 L. Gipson, Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner: Polyphemus’ Dionysian Exclusion in Euripides’ Cyclops
https://camws.org/sites/default/files/meeting2016/320.DionysianExclusionofPolyphemus.pdf

Mark Griffiths, Greek Satyr Plays: Five Studies
http://escholarship.org/uc/item/05z6b1b1#page-3

Edith Hall, New Directions in Ancient Pantomime
https://www.academia.edu/25577442/NEW_DIRECTIONS_IN_ANCIENT_PANTOMIME

Jonathan MacLellan, A City of Laughter: Assessing Tarentine Comedy from the Fourth Century to the Roman Stage
https://repositories.lib.utexas.edu/bitstream/handle/2152/ETD-UT-2009-05-133/MACLELLAN-MASTERS-REPORT.pdf?sequence=2

Dimitris Paleothodoros, Satyrs as Shield Devices in Vase Painting
https://www.academia.edu/1131541/Satyrs_as_Shield_Devices_in_Vase_Painting

Ralph Rosen, Aischrology in Old Comedy and the Question of ‘Ritual Obscenity’
https://www.academia.edu/20010786/Aischrology_in_Old_Comedy_and_the_Question_of_Ritual_Obscenity

David Sansone, Taking Satyr-Play Seriously: Socrates in Plato’s Symposium
https://www.academia.edu/26821298/Taking_Satyr-Play_Seriously_Socrates_in_Platos_Symposium