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Το χαμένο νησί του Διονύσου
Transcript of Το χαμένο νησί του Διονύσου
Symbols: Grape vines, and ivy.
Occupation: The god of wine, agriculture, and celebration.
Consort: Ariadne Facts & Stats 1: He is one of the few gods that can bring
people back from the dead.
2: He invented wine.
3: Born in Thebes.
4: He was a handsome young man with impressive hair.
5: He had relationships with Aphrodite and Nyx
but, he is married to Ariadne. Finding your way through facts Avoiding the lava
Research help Picture:
Facts: Go to Google.com and look up dionysus facts for kids.
Facts: http://www.greek-gods.info/greek-gods/dionysus/ Dionysus Maybe... By: Logan Baran Dionysus
The God of Wine http://www.talesbeyondbelief.com/greek-gods/facts-about-dionysus.htm Congratulations! You have found the lost island of Dionysus!
Here you will find the path of stats, the skull of facts, a secret video tape, but watch out for lava, and in the volcano you will find a portrait of Dionysus himself, and at the end you will find his treasure! Facts (Continued) 6: He always offered help to anyone in need.
7: He was very popular on earth and with the gods and he got alot of festivals in his honor.
8: He did not acctually live on Mount Olympus because, he was always travelling with Satyrs and Maenads to discover secrets to making wine.
9: His sacred animals were the panther and the tiger.
10: His Roman name is Bacchus. Secret Video Tape Story of Dionysus Dionysus was born in Thebes with his mother and father being Semele and Zues. He was pronounced the God of wine, agriculture, and celebration. When he grew up he was a handsome young man with impressive hair. He was not greedy he always helped anyone in need. He was very popular with the mortals and gods. People on earth had celebrations in his honor. He had relationships with Aphrodite and Nyx but, he was married to Ariadne. Although, he did not live on Mount Olympus because, he was always travelling with Satyrs and Maenads to discover the secrets of wine making. When after the Roman took over after the Peloponnesian War his Roman name was Bacchus.