Dionysus By: Ryan Bartek

Dionysus was the god of the grape harvest. Also, he was associated with death and rebirth. He was also referred to as Bacchus.Unlike the immortal gods, who were often hostile toward human beings, Dionysus was benevolent toward mankind.Dionysus was the last god to enter Olympus.

A few of Dionysus's siblings are Apollo, Ares, Hephaestus, Hercules, Hermes, Artemis, Athena, Eileithyia, Eris, Hebe, and Aphrodite.

Dionysus counterpart was Bacchus

Dionysus and DEMETER, the Goddess of the Corn, were the supreme deities of the earth.


Dionysus was also honored in lyric poetry.Dionysus was variously represented in art as a full-grown bearded man, as a beast, and as a slight youth.He was born of fire and nursed by rain

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