Some further information on Orphism

Marco Antonio Santamaría Álvarez, A Phallus Hard to Swallow: the meaning of αἰδοῖος/-ον in the Derveni Papyrus

Simon Collier, 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

Fátima Díez-Platas, 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

Radcliffe Edmonds III, A Curious Concoction: Tradition and Innovation in Olympiodorus’ “Orphic” Creation of Mankind

Radcliffe Edmonds III, Dionysos in Egypt? Epaphian Dionysos in the Orphic Hymns

Radcliffe Edmonds III, The Ephesia Grammata: Logos Orphaïkos or Apolline Alexima Pharmaka?

Radcliffe Edmonds III, 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

Radcliffe Edmonds III, 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

Radcliffe Edmonds III, 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

Christopher Faraone, Kronos and the Titans as Powerful Ancestors: A Case Study of the Greek Gods in Later Magical Spells

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

Christopher Faraone, Orpheus’ Final Performance: Necromancy and a Singing Head on Lesbos

Christopher Faraone, Rushing and Falling into Milk: New Perspectives on the Orphic Gold Tablets from Thurii and Pelinna

Christopher Faraone, A Socratic Leaf-Charm for Headache (Charmides 155b-157c), Orphic Gold Leaves and the Ancient Greek Tradition of Leaf Amulets

Franco Ferrari, Oral Bricolage and Ritual Context in the Golden Tablets, proofs for “Sacred Words”

Franco Ferrari, Orphics at Olbia

Renaud Gagné, Winds and Ancestors: The Physika of Orpheus

Emmanouela Grypeou, Talking Skulls: On Some Personal Accounts of Hell and Their Place in Apocalyptic Literature

James Horden, Notes on the Orphic Papyrus from Gurôb

Phillip Horky, The Imprint of the Soul: Psychosomatic Affection in Plato, Gorgias, and the “Orphic” Gold Tablets

Katarzyna Kolakowska, Orphic motives in “Orpheus’ Lithika”

Anna S. Kuznetsova, Shamanism and the Orphic Tradition

Andrei Lebedev, Pharnabazos, the Diviner of Hermes: Two ostraka with curse letters from Olbia

Owen Lee, Mystic Orpheus: Another Note on the Three-Figure Reliefs

Liz Locke, Orpheus and Orphism: Cosmology and Sacrifice at the Boundary

Patrizia Marzillo, Attempt of a New Etymology for the Orphic divinity Phanes

Georgi Mishev, 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?

Ana Isabel Jiménez San Cristóbal, Do not drink the water of Forgetfulness

Ana Isabel Jiménez San Cristóbal, Thiasoi in the Netherworld

Amit Shilo, 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

Stian Torjussen, 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

Algis Uzdavinys, Orphism and the Roots of Platonism

Sarah Burges Watson, Muses of Lesbos or (Aeschylean) Muses of Pieria? Orpheus’ Head on a Fifth-century Hydria

Sarah Burges Watson, Orpheus: A Guide to Select Sources

Alexandra Wheatcroft, On the Topography of the Greek Underworld and the Orphic Gold Tablets