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DIONYSUS

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". . .in Dionysus we have yet another solar hero, born of a virgin on "December 25th" or the winter solstice, performing miracles and receiving divine epithets, being killed, giving his blood as a sacrifice, resurrecting from the dead after three days in Hades/Hell, and ascending into heaven. "--DM Murdock

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Large photos sculpture mitology concepts, HandOfSabazius - Dionysos - Wikipedia There are ., Fantastic photos sculpture mitology concepts, # Great The themes inside The Must of Porcelain figurine blossomed at random, placed away by simply consecutive. Photo Sculpture, Roman Sculpture, Art Sculpture, Sculpture Projects, Sculpture Ideas, Metal Sculptures, Abstract Sculpture, Bronze Sculpture, Ancient Greek Religion

Bronze hand used in the worship of Sabazius. A god of Thracian or Anatolian origin, became popular in the Roman Empire, and had connections both with Jupiter and Dionysos. Hands decorated with religious symbols were designed to stand in sanctuaries or, like this one, were attached to poles for processional use. 1st-2nd century AD.

Despoena was the ancient Greek fertility goddess of the Arcadian Mystery cult of Acacesium. She was worshipped alongside her mother Demeter, sister Persephone, and Artemis. Requited Love, Ancient Greek Religion, Roman Names, Classical Art, Greek Gods, Dionysus, Greek Mythology, Aphrodite, Deities

DIONYSUS CULT 1 - Ancient Greek Religion

Dionysus was the Olympian god of wine and festivity. He possessed numerous shrines and temples throughout Greece and was widely worshipped as a fertililty god. Phallic processions and contests held in his honour were quite common. His main cult centres were the island of Naxos and Mount Cithaeron in Boeotia--the famed seat of the Bachic Orgies.

A Marble Head of the Youthful Dionysos, half of the century A. Greek Artifacts, Museum Studies, William Adolphe Bouguereau, Greek And Roman Mythology, Statues, Vases, Bacchus, Dionysus, Ancient Greece

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Na Rubu Znanosti - Acharya S , U potrazi za Isusom Age Of Pisces, The Son Of Man, Free Thinker, Winter Solstice, Dionysus, New Shows, Greek Mythology, Atheist, Milwaukee

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Bacchic Mask Bronze Roman Century AD The ivy wreath is clearly visibly on the head complete with bunches of grapes. His long beard is beautifully rendered, fanning out in twisted corkscrews Ancient Rome, Ancient Greece, Ancient History, Roman Artifacts, Ancient Artifacts, Bronze Sculpture, Sculpture Art, Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien, Pompeii

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Plaque in the Form of the Head (Dionysius ? century BC Chertomlyk Barrow, Dnieper Area, near Nikopol Russia (now Ukraine) Source of Entry: Imperial Archaeological Commission, St Petersburg. Ancient Artefacts, Ukraine, Historical Artifacts, Ancient Jewelry, Dionysus, Ancient Greece, Antique Art, Ancient History, Archaeology

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Plaque in the Form of the Head (Dionysius ?) Author: Country: Russia (now Ukraine) Collection: Archaeological Artifacts of Eastern Europe and Siberia Date: Scythian Culture. 4th century BC Technique: stamped

*GREECE ~ Dionysus (Bacchus) and Ariadne, Hellenistic decoration (bronze), century BC, (British Museum, London). Ancient Greek Art, Ancient Greece, Ancient History, Art History, Roman Sculpture, Bronze Sculpture, Sculpture Art, British Museum, Statues

Dionysos and Ariadne - Hellenistic decoration, made in bronze, 4th century BC, at the British Museum

The origins of Carnival can be traced centuries back to Greek celebration honoring the God of wine Dionysus. Winter Solstice, Dionysus, Wonderful Places, Athens, Burns, Greece, Carnival, Photo And Video, Landscape

Greek Carnival: Apokreas - A Hint of Ancient Dionysian Revels

If you’re sightseeing in the middle of Athens before Lent and you’re suddenly descended upon by a roving gang of young men wielding plastic bats, don’t be alarmed. They hit people over the head,

The Patras Carnival is the largest event of its kind in Greece and one of the biggest in Europe. Patras, World Travel Guide, Turu, Festivals Around The World, Winter Festival, Weekend Breaks, Social Events, Celebrities, Scavenger Hunts

Greek Carnival: Apokreas - A Hint of Ancient Dionysian Revels

If you’re sightseeing in the middle of Athens before Lent and you’re suddenly descended upon by a roving gang of young men wielding plastic bats, don’t be alarmed. They hit people over the head,

Greek Carnival: Apokreas - A Hint of Ancient Dionysian Revels Effigy, Rural Area, Winter Solstice, Dionysus, Lent, Mardi Gras, Greek, Seasons, Traditional

Greek Carnival: Apokreas - A Hint of Ancient Dionysian Revels

If you’re sightseeing in the middle of Athens before Lent and you’re suddenly descended upon by a roving gang of young men wielding plastic bats, don’t be alarmed. They hit people over the head,

The Apokriés, or Carnival season, is about to begin in Greece once again, and people of all ages are looking forward to disguising themselves in masquerades, Masquerades, Effigy, Winter Solstice, Dionysus, Lent, Pranks, Celebrations, Greece, Carnival

Greek Carnival: A Hint of Ancient Dionysian Revels

The Apokriés, or Carnival season, is about to begin in Greece once again, and people of all ages are looking forward to disguising themselves in masquerades, celebrate and engage in pranks and general revelry, and burn the effigy of King Carnival on the last Sunday of the celebrations. The Apokriés celebrations last for three weeks and […]