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We Two Being One Are It: The Greek God Dionysus

Summary: A glance at the Greek god Dionysus in literature and art.
Dionysus, god of wine, in ancient Greek and Roman mythology is argued to have come late to the divinity family. Scholars continue to debate the idea. Myth scholars, fascinated by his stature and appearance believe that Dionysus was perceived as a god, and yet there are images of Dionysus that depict him as a goddess as well. The divine family tree of Dionysus begins with Dionysus as a gender specific male. I merely argue that, perhaps it is not a question of gender, but of perception. In order to receive the full understanding of Dionysus, one must start at the very beginning of Dionysus's "divine story."

Zeus and Persephone had a son, Dionysus. The Titans at the directions of Hera dismembered Dionysus, whom they had seen playing around the Heavens. Realizing what had happened, Zeus cast out the Titans to...

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