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Bacchus
   is the Roman God of   
Wine
Also the god of theatre and general good times and frivolity
Leonardo Da Vinci
   painted   
Bacchus
1510-1515, Italian, High Renaissance, Musée du Louvre, Paris, France, oil on canvas
Titian
   painted   
Bacchus and Ariadne
1522-23; Italian; oil on canvas; National Gallery of Art, London; Ariadne's crown becomes the constellation Corona Borealis
Diana, Vulcan, Mars, Bacchus
   are all   
Roman Gods
Claude Debussy
   composed   
Triomphe De Bacchus
Divertissment for orchestra, 1882
Book I, Chap. X.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Life and Actions of Æsculapius, Apollo, Neptune, Mars, Castor and Pollux, Mercury and Bacchus
Book I - Of the False Worship of the Gods
The Epitome, Chap. VIII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
Æsculapius, Apollo, Mars, Castor and Pollux, and of Mercurius and Bacchus
The Epitome of the Divine Institutes
Holy, Holy, Holy
   was written by   
Reginald Heber & John Bacchus Dykes
Written for use on Trinity Sunday, the lyrics were set to a tune composed for the lyrics by John Bacchus Dykes. The tune was originally called Nicaea, which refers to the Nicaean Council of 325 A.D.
Diego Velázquez
   painted   
The Triumph of Bacchus
1638-1639, oil on canvas; Museo del Prado, Madrid
Michelangelo
   created the sculpture   
Bacchus, 1496-97
Museo Nazionale del Bargello, Florence
Jacopo Sansovino
   created the sculpture   
Bacchus, 1511
Abduction from the Seraglio
   features the duet   
Vivat Bacchus!
Tenor and bass sing a tribute to drunkenness in this Mozart opera






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