Dionysus


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(Greek mythology) god of wine and fertility and drama

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On Sunday, a tournament was held at the Dionysus, where 35 players also took part.
Dionysus (Latin: Bacchus) was the god of the grape harvest, viticulture, wine and revelry.
The mosaic "The Drinking Contest of Dionysus and Heracles,'' A.
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Once in Hades, Dionysus does not pursue this further and the episode is forgotten.
Charlotte Broom (inset, and third from left as a Follower Of Dionysus in The Bacchae)
Mr Bowden examines the Eleusinian mysteries, those of the Kabeiroi and the gods of Samothrace, the 'mother of the gods', Dionysus, Isis, and Mithras.
A statue of Dionysus from 2nd-century Rome has the face of Alexander, so too, do busts of Mithridates and Achilles.
They include masterful engravings after Georg Dionysus Ehret, the 18th century's most accomplished botanical artist, and the exquisite color-printed engravings after Pierre-Joseph Redoute, the premier draftsman of flowers for Marie-Antoinette and Josephine Bonaparte.
The celebrations are rooted in the ancient Dionysus festivities, celebrating Dionysus - the God of Wine, who was known to have thought people everywhere he went how to grow vines and make wine.
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