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  • proper noun Alternative form of Dionysus.

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Examples

  • a procession of women bearing small phallic images and singing hymns in honor of a deity whom he calls Dionysos -- probably Khem or Osiris or Bes; such images are mentioned by Plutarch, [721] supposed by him to represent

    Introduction to the History of Religions Handbooks on the History of Religions, Volume IV

  • Meanwhile, in Salzburg, Wolfgang Rihm's "Dionysos" had its world premiere and a writeup in the New York Times.

    The Dude does Carmen

  • I've been listening to a lot of different music lately, my friend suggested this person called "Olivia Ruiz" and when I searched it up on wikipedia, I just went to another link which led to "Dionysos", their sound is pretty different from what I'm used to listening to here, but I guess it's because of the different music styles in different places.

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  • Ruth Walz 'Dionysos' will be shown at Holland Festival.

    What's on Around Europe

  • As befits the birthplace of Dionysos, the god of wine, Ikaria has an organic winery and farm, which has three-bedroom stone houses to rent from €80 for two, ikarianwine.gr and holds wine or cookery classes.

    Insiders' guide to Greece

  • As befits the birthplace of Dionysos, the god of wine, Ikaria has an organic winery and farm, which has three-bedroom stone houses to rent from €80 for two, ikarianwine.gr and holds wine or cookery classes.

    Insiders' guide to Greece

  • A stay at the super-stylish Dionysos Estate, a boutique hotel on Turkey's Lycian Coast.

    Guardian and Observer Readers' Travel Awards 2011: who made your holiday?

  • After all, the ancient Greeks honored a god of life and death, Dionysos, as the divine patron of the theater.

    Thomas Moore: Why Fun Is a Serious Issue

  • After all, the ancient Greeks honored a god of life and death, Dionysos, as the divine patron of the theater.

    Thomas Moore: Why Fun Is a Serious Issue

  • I suppose the Jesus mythicists like to compare Jesus Christ to the Greek and Egyptian mystery figures like Dionysos, Attis and Cybele, Osiris and Isis.

    Review of Doubting Jesus' Resurrection

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