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  • Dionysos
  • Dionysos
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  • Dionysos ist ein Hengst und gehört zu den Nomadenpferden. Dionysos stellt den gleichnamigen griechischen Gott des Weines, der Freude, der Trauben, der Fruchtbarkeit und der Ekstase dar.
  • Dionysos was the god of the grape harvest, winemaking, and wine, fertility, theatre, and religious ecstasy in Diadochian mythology. Wine was a vital part of Ancient Diadochian culture, and because of this Dionysos was a very important part of this lifestyle. He is the son of Ammon-Dias by a mortal princess and is one of the major Gods of the Diadochian pantheon.
  • Dionysos, better spelled as Dionysus (Greek: Διονυσος) was the god of fertility, revelry, wine and madness; later considered a patron of the arts. He has a dual nature: on one side he brings joy and divine ecstasy and on the other side he wroughts brutal, unthinking rage. Symbolically, his nature reflects the effects of inebriation. If he so chooses, Dionysos could drive a man mad. No normal fetters can hold him or his followers. Dionysus' wife is Ariadne. He invented wine and spread the art of tending grapes.
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  • Children of Zeus
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  • Priapus, Oenopion, many others
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  • Grapevine, leopard skin, leopard, panther, tiger
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  • Männlich
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  • Dionysus
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  • Wine, theater, ecstasy, fertility and madness
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  • Bacchus
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  • Nomadenaktion April 2012
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  • Zeus and Semele
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  • The Thunderer, The Lord, The Ruler, The Liberator
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Box Title
  • Dionysos
Alter
  • 7.258248E10
Name
  • Dionysos
  • Dionysos
Abode
  • TBA
SMG
God of
  • God of the Vine, Grape Harvest, Winemaking, Wine, Ritual Madness, Religious Ecstasy, and Theatre
Siblings
  • TBA
Image size
  • 300
Symbol
  • Thyrsos, grapevine, leopard skin, panther, tiger, cheetah
major cult centres
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Serie
Children
  • None
Image File
  • dionysos1.jpg
Parents
  • Ammon-Dias and TBA
Bild
  • Dionysos.png
abstract
  • Dionysos ist ein Hengst und gehört zu den Nomadenpferden. Dionysos stellt den gleichnamigen griechischen Gott des Weines, der Freude, der Trauben, der Fruchtbarkeit und der Ekstase dar.
  • Dionysos was the god of the grape harvest, winemaking, and wine, fertility, theatre, and religious ecstasy in Diadochian mythology. Wine was a vital part of Ancient Diadochian culture, and because of this Dionysos was a very important part of this lifestyle. He is the son of Ammon-Dias by a mortal princess and is one of the major Gods of the Diadochian pantheon.
  • Dionysos, better spelled as Dionysus (Greek: Διονυσος) was the god of fertility, revelry, wine and madness; later considered a patron of the arts. He has a dual nature: on one side he brings joy and divine ecstasy and on the other side he wroughts brutal, unthinking rage. Symbolically, his nature reflects the effects of inebriation. If he so chooses, Dionysos could drive a man mad. No normal fetters can hold him or his followers. Dionysus' wife is Ariadne. He invented wine and spread the art of tending grapes.
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