Cult of Bacchus
Bacchus was the Roman god of fruitfulness and vegetation, and was especially known as the god of wine. He was the equivalent of the Greek god Dionysus. Festivals held in his honor were widely popular and were called Bacchanalia or Dionysia. The festivals of the Cult of Bacchus were banned by a Roman Senatorial edict in 186 B.C. (B.C.E.).
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Circulating Books – A Selected List
Call Number: BL820 .B2 D35 2004
Call Number: BL802 .D813 1996 v.2
Call Number: BL820 .B2 K4713 1996
Call Number: BL802 .M32
Call Number: BL782 .S5713 2000
Call Number: REF BF1407 .M34 1997 (Also in Circulating Books.)
o Vol. 5, pgs. 583-587
Call Number: REF BL715 .D56 1998
o Pgs. 63, 113-116
Call Number: REF BL31 .M47 1999
o Pgs. 105, 296-297
Call Number: REF GR74 .M97 2000
o Pgs. 64-66
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