Connections for Further Study: Hippolytus, telos, and Bridal Songs

Many community members have been reading Gregory Nagy’s latest commentary about God-Hero Antagonism in the in the Hippolytus of Euripides on the H24H Dialogues website.
Below are some resources for additional study inspired by that post.
Original texts:
Hippolytus of Euripides in Greek on Perseus
Phaedra of Seneca in Latin on Perseus
Word Study:
Results of search for Διὸς θυγάτηρ on Perseus
Results of search for telos on Perseus
Two other works by Euripides on CHS website:
Euripides, Medea
Euripides, Bacchae
Other texts and videos by/featuring Olga Levaniouk on CHS websites:
Book: Eve of the Festival: Making Myth in Odyssey 19
Article: “Sky-Blue Flower: Songs of the Bride in Modern Russia and Ancient Greece”
Video: “Ancient Greek Brides, Death, and Exchange”
Image: detail from Marcianus Graecus Z. 454 (= 822) (Venetus A), folio 35r showing the beginning of Iliadlines 547-548. At the center of the middle line you can see the phrase διὸς θυγάτηρ ’daughter of Zeus’,although here it refers to Athena. Below is a close up.

In Focus: Euripides Hippolytus 198–202, 208–211, 215–238