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  Dionysus   - the Greek god of wine, also known as Bacchus
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324/33 Ecbatana, where he holds lavish celebrations in honour of Dionysus.
    Within translations:
[Longin]:Subl_15   possessed at the appearance of Dionysus,
[Tib]:PanMes_1   fts most welcome, and to Bacchus was Icarus a host more
[Tib]:PanMes_147   ends the fields, whether Bacchus or Ceres, nor do any anim
2Macc_6   and when the feast of Dionysus came, they were compelle
2Macc_14   ere a splendid temple to Dionysus." 34 Having said this,
3Macc_2   the ivy-leaf symbol of Dionysus, and they shall also be
Aelian:Fr_50   to me that, when Dionysus is taking vengeance for a virg
Aelian:Fr_125   Parian marble, dedicated to Dionysus. [126] & {129 DF}
Aelian:Fr_286   Aristogonus, an initiate of Dionysus. [287] & {285 DF}
Aelian:NA_7.28   suffered from a disease, Dionysus thereby (as I think) ave
Aelian:NA_7.48   ove . . . in Samos in front of Dionysus of the Open Mouth
Aelian:NA_11.19   some of the artists of Dionysus ** who were on their way
Aelian:NA_12.34   cow that is in calf for Dionysus the Man-slayer, and as
Alcaeus_7.412   ning. The dance of Dionysus ceased in the halls, when you
Alcaeus_9.519   of Demetrius} I drink, Bacchus, I drink ; yes, deeper
Alcaeus_16.7   ong the holy prophets of Dionysus escaped the nimble wings
AnthPal_3.1   ef, as follows :- [1] On Dionysus conducting his mother
AnthPal_3.10   oas, this plant of Bacchus, for so shall you save from dea
AnthPal_5.90   cent, even as one who to Bacchus offers the flowing gift
AnthPal_5.135   mouth, merry waitress of Bacchus and the Muses and Cythere
AnthPal_6.45   omaulus hung up alive to Bacchus this hedgehog, its body
AnthPal_6.119   er, full of the juice of Dionysus, you rest under the roof
AnthPal_6.134   nce, and they are bringing for Dionysus ivy, grapes, and
AnthPal_6.140   th-loving son of Semele {Bacchus} in memory of his victory
AnthPal_6.142   edicated me in honour of Bacchus and as a splendid ornamen
AnthPal_6.158   the Nymphs, and a thyrsus to Bacchus. Receive with joy
AnthPal_6.165   wine-cup, dedicated to Bacchus her whirling tambourine
AnthPal_6.169   ried it, he dedicated to Dionysus, who loves untempered
AnthPal_6.172   nds before your chamber, Dionysus, these gauds of her beau
AnthPal_6.315   goat-footed Pan, the friend of Bacchus and son of Arcadian
AnthPal_6.320   ania, and the golden orgies of Bacchus, and the chief of
AnthPal_7.9   ered the mystic rites of Bacchus, and first linked verse
AnthPal_7.51   your tomb, but the altar of Bacchus and the buskin-trod
AnthPal_7.321   and with the vines of Bacchus he decked you ; he caused
AnthPal_7.329   beside the holy vats of Dionysus, and no light layer of
AnthPal_7.370   iopeithes, the friend of Bacchus and the Muses, rests bene
AnthPal_7.457   newly pressed juice of Bacchus, and about to fill a cup
AnthPal_7.533   ped when soaked by Zeus & and Bacchus. It was two to one,
AnthPal_9.79   hard stones at me. Bacchus too will become angy with you
AnthPal_9.98   worthy of the chorus of Dionysus, proved you, Sophocles,
AnthPal_9.130   lasp me, you branches of Bacchus ? Away with the clusters
AnthPal_9.248   ELEGIES & { Ph 1 } & If Dionysus had come revelling with
AnthPal_9.258   ng, " We nymphs mix with Bacchus alone, not with Ares."
AnthPal_9.368   Who and whence are you, Dionysus ? For, by the true Bacch
AnthPal_9.375   nch the unripe grapes of Bacchus that nurse the wine, and
AnthPal_9.403   ACCIUS & { Ph 10 } & To Dionysus Enter the vat yourself,
AnthPal_9.406   I am, but no enemy to Bacchus, and I am washed by the
AnthPal_9.748   YOUNGER & { F 2 } & On Dionysus carved on an Amethyst
AnthPal_9.774   and she springs up as if in Bacchic fury. Scopas, your
AnthPal_9.775   renzied dance as if he were in Bacchic fury. & * & Zeus
AnthPal_9.826   me, the Satyr, son of Bacchus, divinely inspiring the
AnthPal_9.827   dear servant of horned Dionysus, and pour forth the wate
AnthPal_11.27   band of Graces knead for Bacchus the clay that is akin to
AnthPal_11.32   HONESTUS & { Ph 8 } & Bacchus, leading the revels of
AnthPal_11.40   dances of young men. * & i.e. Bacchus. [41] Philodemus
AnthPal_11.409   dregs. Fair-haired Dionysus, she defiled you not with wate
AnthPal_11.414   aughter of limb-relaxing Bacchus and limb-relaxing Aphrodi
AnthPal_13.28   Hours, the companions of Dionysus, shout in triumph at the
AnthPal_13.29   Cratinus said, & Dionysus, and breathed the perfume not
AnthPal_16.214   ambourine and thyrsus of Bacchus, the thunderbolt of Zeus,
AnthPal_16.308   On a Statue of Anacreon Bacchus, you have betrayed by you
Antiphil_6.257   amphora fashioned for Bacchus, the recipient of Adriati
AntipSid_7.26   loud-voiced revels of Dionysus, I who dwelt amid such
AntipSid_7.27   ing to these three, the Muses, Bacchus, and Love. [7.29]
AntipSid_9.603   These five votaries of Dionysus the Saviour are entering
AntipSid_10.2   pus of the harbour, the son of Bromius. [12.97] & { G-P
AntipThes_6.291   sponge of the cups of Bacchus, once when she fell sick,
AntipThes_7.398   now not whether to blame Bacchus or the rain ; both are
AntipThes_9.82   ship. The sea is the enemy of Bacchus. Such is the law
AntipThes_9.186   the pages are steeped in Dionysus, how deep-voiced are the
AntipThes_9.305   untempered water, when Bacchus yesterday, standing by
AntipThes_16.184   30 } & On a Statue of Dionysus I, Dionysus, the fellow-
AntipThes_16.290   & i.e. the real Bacchus was born from the fire, this
Anyte_9.745   on the horned goat of Bacchus, how haughtily with saucy
Aristonous_30   - O hail Paean - Dionysus torch-lit mountain revels. Stern Artemis
Asclepiad_12.50   us quaff the unmixed drink of Bacchus. The day is but a
Athen_1.28   again- & Hail, O Bromius, ever dear, & Who from Lesbos
Athen_2.37   so in the contests of Dionysus the prize of victory is
Athen_2.38   ians, having learnt from Dionysus the art of mixing wine,
Athen_4.148   in the caves sacred to Dionysus; and from this scaffold
Athen_4.175   and excites men, & Singing in Bacchic strain a merry song
Athen_5.197-202 *   them. But in the Dionysiac procession first of all there
Athen_5.205   apartment dedicated to Dionysus, capable of holding thir
Athen_5.212   ans of the spectacles of Dionysus callimg him a messenger
Athen_10.440   which account he sent Bacchic frenzy, and all sorts of
Athen_10.445   72;ται of Dionysus, & And threw their cups
Athen_11.463-465 *   met together in these Dionysiac conversations, no one,
Athen_11.463-465 *   also come together for these Dionysiac talks, nobody with any sense
Athen_11.471   it from the circumstance that Dionysus drove away the wild beasts
Athen_11.476-480 *   horns of oxen ; hence Dionysus is represented as growing horns,
Athen_11.484   Adaeus and says : " Dionysus Perfecter. He is seated on
Athen_11.487   of the refreshing dew of Bacchus. Verily the Bromian god, with
Athen_11.494   as a drinking-cup, when Dionysus speaks of the demagogues
Athen_11.494   cup ; that is when Dionysus says of the demagogues at
Athen_11.495   run from the temple of Dionysus to the temple of Athena
Athen_11.495   extends from the temple of Dionysus to the temple of Athena
Athen_12.533   say that that statue of Dionysus which there is at Athens
Athen_12.538   offered a sacrifice to Dionysus, and everything was prep
Athen_12.551   ing language, addressing Dionysus on the present occasion-
Athen_13.574   on which the temple of Dionysus stands, is a conspicuous
Athen_13.587   nnium is mad for love of Dionysus,- jesting upon her as
Athen_13.598   led in tragedy - sang of Bacchus and of his passion for
Athen_13.608   eadows. And in his Dionysus he says- & The ivy, lover of
Athen_14.613   friend Timocrates, call Dionysus frantic, because those
Athen_14.617   towed this art divine on Bromius, & With the quick motion
Athen_14.622   saying - & For you, Bacchus, do we now set forth &
Athen_14.626   theatres to the music of Dionysiac flute-players ; the boy
Athen_14.628   ibations, they celebrate Dionysus with wine and drunkennes
Athen_14.631   appears to be a sort of Dionysiac dance, and a little mor
Athen_14.638   at libations to the honour of Dionysus. Timomachus, in
Athen_14.646   second edition of his Dionysus - & Have you never seen
Athen_14.650   ristomenes, in his Dionysus, says :- & Know you not how
Athen_14.653   drachmas to be paid to Dionysus, if he plucked them off
Athen_14.658   poet Aristomenes, in his Dionysus, speaks of meat cured
Athen_14.659   cted with the worship of Dionysus are performed, and every
Athen_15.666   with many a dart of Bacchus' juice,
Athen_15.668   addition to the games of Bromius,
Athen_15.674     Let's honour Dionysus with a jovial feast.
Athen_15.675   the vine was brought by Dionysus into Greece from the Red
Athen_15.693   given them of Nurses of Dionysus." And that when the pled
Athen_15.693   given them of Nurses of Dionysus And that when the pledge-cup
Athen_15.695   lyre, & Struck by fair boys in Dionysus' chorus. XVIII &
Athen_15.695   Struck by fair boys in Dionysus chorus.
Callim:Epigr_9   ath. If that path, Bacchus, leads not to thine ivy wreath
Callim:Epigr_10   Short is the speech, Dionysus, of the successful poet
Callim:Epigr_45   Pan, there is, yes, by Dionysus, some hidden fire beneat
Callim:Epigr_49   pides next to a mask of Gaping Dionysus ( Plin:HN_8.57-58
Cic:DeOr_3.167   to say Ceres, for corn; Bacchus, for wine; Neptune, for the
Cic:Tusc_1.28   is how it was that Bacchus was deified, the offspring of
DiogLaert_7.173   preposterous thing for Dionysus and Heracles to bear
DioscEpigr_7.410   gers, at the season when Bacchus led in the triennial chor
ElegMaec_1.51   the rising sun. O Bacchus, after we subdued the dark-skin
Euseb]:Chron_55   lled, after Heracles and Dionysus, who were descended from
Euseb]:Chron_61   who was escaping from Dionysus the son of Semele, arriv
Euseb]:Chron_65   Achurard, ruled for 17 years. Dionysus and Perseus lived
Euseb]:Chron_185   us, for 40 years. The deeds of Dionysus occurred in his
Julian:Caes_308-310 *   amorous, methinks, of Dionysus ever fair and ever young
Julian:Caes_314   ittle father," exclaimed Dionysus, "have you turned up as
Julian:Caes_317   the sacred enclosure, Dionysus said, "King Cronus and
Julian:Caes_328   ak, Silenus whispered to Dionysus, "Let us hear which one
Julian:Caes_331   ipides, Andr_693 ] - But Dionysus interrupted him saying
Julian:Caes_333   gue take you!" exclaimed Dionysus, "You keep railing at
Julian:Mis_355   drunk at the festival of Dionysus, they insulted the Roman
Julian:Mis_359   aving children, and know Dionysus the Drink-Giver, only
Julian:Mis_366   edians drag Heracles and Dionysus on the stage and make
Just_12.7   cted by their worship of Bacchus, the founder of their cit
Just_14.2   yond the achievements of Bacchus and the monuments of Herc
Just_42.3   kind, after Hercules and Liber (whom tradition declares
LeonTar_6.44   t-drinking Satyrs and to Bacchus the planter of the vine
LeonTar_6.154   hings to rustic Pan, and Bacchus the reveller, and the Nym
LeonTar_6.355   or, gives Micythus' picture to Bacchus, poorly painted ind
LeonTar_16.306   lyre. But, father Dionysus, guard him ; it is not right
LeonTar_16.307   Megisteus. Save the old man, Bacchus, from falling. [
Lucill_11.295   141 } & If you have any Dionysus in your house, take off
MArgent_5.110   best. No ! I swear by sweet Bacchus, whom I drain from
MArgent_6.248   eet wine-cup, devotee of Bacchus, liquid-voiced, boon-comp
MArgent_7.384   of the vine, who loved Bacchus much more than did his
MArgent_9.87   ine bears grape-clusters ; and Bacchus loves songsters.
MArgent_9.246   your belly all the liquor of Bacchus. For from afar fell
MArgent_10.18   G-P 29 } & Gobrys, let Dionysus and Aphrodite, who loves
MArgent_11.26   who shall save me from Bacchus who makes my limbs totter
Meleager_9.331   Water The Nymphs washed Bacchus when he leapt from the
Meleager_9.363   berried ivy, men cry euoi! to Dionysus the giver of the
Meleager_12.49   ne, O unhappy lover, and Bacchus, the giver of forgetfulne
Meleager_12.119   20 } & I shall bear, Bacchus, your boldness, I swear
Memn_28   in the mountains. Dionysus fell in love with her, but
Nicand:Al_30   the nurses of the horned Dionysus, crushed the wild grapes
Nicarch_6.31   Pan the goat-treader, to Dionysus the giver of good fruit,
OGIS_50   (c. 269-246)   ved by the artists of Dionysos and the Gods Adelp
OGIS_51   (c. 269-246)   ved by the artists of Dionysos and the Gods Philade
OGIS_54   (c. 246)   the mother's side of Dionysos, son of Zeus, having
OGIS_59   (163)   .. Erilochos Iason Attalos Bromios son of Hor... Ap
OGIS_111   (152-145)   tia-Anoukis and to Dionysos-Petempanentis and to
OGIS_130   (c. 143/2)   Setis the island of Dionysos, whose names are app
OGIS_186   (62)   my lord king, the god New Dionysos Philopator Phila
OGIS_730   (c. 217/6)   decree in the precinct of Dionysos. → inscript
OGIS_764.F   games with the priest of Dionysos, and going at the festivals
Paean:Delph_2   crowd of the Artists of Dionysus, who dwell in the city
Philip_9.232   bore in my belly the gift of Bacchus. But now I am broke
Philip_9.247   drinking the juice of Bacchus which makes others bend,
Philip_9.253   was abominable. Bacchus welcomed the orgies which Penth
Philip_11.33   me, the vine, sweet gift of Bacchus, mother of clusters
Philip_16.215   sea-god, the thyrse of Bacchus, Hermes' winged sandals,
Philoch_206   his daughters received Dionysus as a guest; the priestes
Philodamus_1   Come here lord, Dithyrambus, Bacchus greeted with "hail", bull,
Phylarch_78   Plut:Mor_362'B-C & Dionysus brings two bulls to Egypt, cal
Plin:HN_4.67   and afterwards the Island of Dionysus because of the fertility of
Plin:HN_8.58   the name of Temple of Dionysus with his Mouth Open. After
Plin:HN_33.155   temple of Father Liber or Dionysus in Rhodes itself, goblets with
Plin:HN_34.87   Hermes Nursing Father Liber or Dionysus when an Infant belongs to
Plin:HN_35.24   of Father Liber { or Dionysus } by Aristides, but the
Plin:HN_35.70   a Father Liber { or Dionysus } attended by Virtue, and
Plin:HN_35.78   a Father Liber { or Dionysus }, Tragedy and Comedy and
Plin:HN_35.99   her Brother; and likewise the Dionysus and Ariadne once on view
Plin:HN_35.114   a Father Liber { or Dionysus }, a Young Alexander, Hippolytus
Plin:HN_35.131   the Father Liber { or Dionysus } in the shrine of
Plin:HN_35.140   showed Zeus in labour with Dionysus, wearing a woman's nightcap and
Plin:HN_37.157   The 'Dionysias,' or 'stone of Dionysus,' a hard stone, the colour
Plut:Demetr_2   espect he imitated Dionysus most of all the gods, since
Plut:Demetr_12   were paid to Ceres and Dionysus; and that whoever exceed
Plut:Mor_841   ade surveyor of the theatre of Dionysus, he finished this
Plut:Mor_852   enal, and the theatre of Dionysus, he completed them; and
Polyaen_1.1.1-3 *   beginning with Dionysus. [1] & Dionysus. In order to gain
Polyaen_1.2.1   Pan, a general of Dionysus, was the first who created a
Polyaen_1.2.2   was in a wooded hollow, Dionysus was informed by his scou
Polyaen_1.Preface   red stratagems, beginning with Dionysus. [1] & Dionysus.
Polyaen_4.1.1   tle, erected a temple to Dionysus Pseudanor; and ordered
PsCallisth_1.6   nto mighty Heracles, then into Dionysus bearing the thyrsu
PsCallisth_1.7   a serpent, Ammon, Heracles, Dionysus, all divine. And
PsCallisth_1.12   aidens, brought to light Dionysus, the raver, who was nurs
PsCallisth_1.35   one of the servants of Dionysus, who gave him a cheese
PsCallisth_1.46   our common origin. Dionysus, son of Zeus and Semele, smitt
PsCallisth_3.2   of gods. For when Dionysus, as they say, came here, the
PsCallisth_3.4   ble to birds. Once Dionysus, making an assault on it, coul
PsCallisth_3.17   een upon this couch is I Dionysus, and I tell thee that
PsCallisth_3.30   He meant by this that Dionysus through his epiphany for
PsCallisth_3.31   about him at the festival of Dionysus. For many came to
RC_35   (205-201) its land be sacred to Dionysos and inviolable and tax-exempt ;
RC_53   (197-160)   ibed on the temple of Dionysos so that it may be se
RC_65   (142)   my brother priest of Dionysos Kathegemon and perfo
RC_66   (135)   ros, former priest of Dionysos Kathegemon and com
SEG_2.580   (229-205)   ists]: the priest of [Dionysos at the Dionysia],
SEG_32.491.A   (c. 145) grant you, on account of Dionysos and [the other gods] and
SEG_35.823   (c. 167) . was priest [ of Dionysos ], with these acting as
SEG_39.1244.ii   (c. 120-110) tagōgē {'bringing down'} of Dionysos and gave a publ
SEG_39.1334   (230-220)   oving Skirtos - to you, Dionysos son of Thyone, and
SEG_42.661   (c. 300-280)   the altar in the temple of Dionysos. If they swear
SEG_43.26.B   (315/4) re of the sacrifice to Dionysos well and honourably, [and al
SEG_48.1330   (c. 128-100)   made the servant of Dionysos, Phanostratos, a
SelPap_2.399   ight-drachma libation of Dionysus 8 drachmae 4 obols 1
SelPap_2.405   Hera, Atargatis, Core, Dionysus, Apollo, Neotera,
SelPap_3.114   or at Olympus, starting for Bacchus his triennial ceremonies, - now
Simonid_7.20   with the purple clusters of Bacchus. [7.24] & { P 66
Simonid_16.60   A. And who made her frenzied, Bacchus or Scopas ? & B.
Syll_1028.B   (c. 158-145) 12 (?) alongside Dionysos
Syll_313   (320/19)   s the Savioour and Dionysos pass, are levelled and
Syll_323   (308/7)   osal of the priest of Dionysos, Theodotos son of Th
Syll_326   (307/6)   l and the theatre] of Dionysos, and [constructed
Syll_388   (266/5)   ut his sacrifices to Dionysos, with good fortune it
Syll_399   (278/7)   provide to the artists of Dionysos. Envoys: Astyd
Syll_466   (251/0)   bly at the theatre of Dionysos; Charias of Pelekes,
Syll_493   (230-220)   e it in the temple of Dionysos in our city and in
Syll_507   (c. 237/6)   y to the craftsmen of Dionysos who are enrolled [in
Syll_563   (203/2)   ritory is sacred to Dionysos and inviolable; it is
Syll_564   (203/2)   s shall be sacred to Dionysos and inviolable from
Syll_565   (203/2)   ritory is] sacred [to Dionysos and inviolable; ther
Syll_599   (c. 196-192)   ims in the temple of Dionysos in Rhodes, and where
Syll_648   (c. 194)   test, a song - "Dionysos" - with choral
Syll_661   (c. 165/4)   hon, sacrificed to Dionysos [during the Dionysia]
Syll_704.E   (c. 117) decree] - the priest of Dionysos Asklepiades son of Hikesias, a
Syll_705   (112)   stoms of our guild to Dionysos and to the other god
Syll_711.L   (106/5) Athens in the court of Dionysos; they shall ask the Athenian
Syll_765.A   Priest of Dionysos :   Agathombrotos son of
THI_39   (235/4)   in the sanctuary of Dionysos and one in the sanctua
THI_43   (202/1)   ora, next to the altar of Dionysos. 30 They shall i
THI_97   (294-288)   nd Apollo and Demeter and Dionysos. [If I keep my o
THI_104   (194-166)   ng the sacrifice to Dionysos on Naxos, and the perq
THI_112   (c. 170)   and its territory to Dionysos; and you requested th
THI_115   (230-225)   ce that is offered to Dionysos [and the festival th
THI_130   (310-280)   a goat or [a kid] to Dionysos; [and they shall sacr
THI_148   (c. 201)   vour the worship of Dionysos and we greet and prais
THI_175.E   biennial festival in honour of Dionysos had not been held in
THI_176   (115/4) [that] a statue of Dionysos should be [constructed] for
THI_186.A   (c. 300) dedicated to Dionysos
THI_186.B   (c. 300) rent the sacred lands of Dionysos, as they are, for life
THI_192.A   (2nd century) hire the artists for Dionysos, sixty minas of Corinthian silve
THI_192.B   (2nd century) to the city and to Dionysos for hiring the artists -
THI_203   (122/1) and brought Dionysos from the altar eschara into
Timoth:Pers_60   spumy rain unblent with Bacchus and pour into the channel

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