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 Dionysos

Dionysus

Glossary term

Dionysos

Greek god of vegetation, and the ecstasy of viticulture and the Intoxication . It was because of the noise, the organized his followers, even Bromios (Larmer) or Bacchus (caller, shouting) called. Of which is derived the common name in Roman mythology Bacchus from. Usually he is depicted with ivy or grape vines and grapes. His external attributes are wreathed with ivy and vines Thyrsus and the Kantharos (Drinking vessel for wine). The oldest record dates from the 13th Century before Christ, and there are quite different versions of his birth and life history. According to the most common version of the Zeus fathered Dionysus ...
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