"Bacchus embracing Semele" — Gayley, 1893

Bacchus

"Bacchus embracing Semele" — Gayley, 1893

"The Revels of Bacchus and Ariadne" — Gayley, 1893

Bacchus

"The Revels of Bacchus and Ariadne" — Gayley, 1893

"The god of wine, was the son of Zeus and Semele, the daughter of Cadmus. Before his birth, Semele fell a victim to the insidious counsels of the jealous Here, who induced her to petition Zeus to visit her in his proper form and majesty." — Chambers' Encyclopedia, 1875

Bacchus

"The god of wine, was the son of Zeus and Semele, the daughter of Cadmus. Before his birth, Semele fell…

Bacchus drowns more than Neptune.

Bacchus Drowns Neptune

Bacchus drowns more than Neptune.

"Shows a priestess of Bacchus in the attitude of offering a <em>nebris</em> to Bacchus or to one of his ministers." &mdash; Anthon, 1891

Priestess of Bacchus

"Shows a priestess of Bacchus in the attitude of offering a nebris to Bacchus or to one of…

"A king of drinking cup, furnished with handles. It was the cup scred to Bacchus, who is frequently represented on ancient vases holding it in his hand." &mdash; Smith, 1873;

Cantharus

"A king of drinking cup, furnished with handles. It was the cup scred to Bacchus, who is frequently…

Portrait of Dionysus, god of wine.

Dionysus

Portrait of Dionysus, god of wine.

The Bacchus Mask (Greek God of wine) is a Graeco Italic style. It is a fragment of a vessel or utensil.

Bacchus Mask

The Bacchus Mask (Greek God of wine) is a Graeco Italic style. It is a fragment of a vessel or utensil.

"Bacchus offered Midas his choice of a reward, whatever he might wish. He asked that whatever he might touch should be changed into gold." &mdash;Bulfinch, 1897

Midas

"Bacchus offered Midas his choice of a reward, whatever he might wish. He asked that whatever he might…

This sculpture represents Bacchus the Greek God of wine eating grapes.

Sculpture

This sculpture represents Bacchus the Greek God of wine eating grapes.

This side-board is made out of mahogany, traditionally used in the dining room for serving food. It has an Italian design that shows a young Bacchus (Greek God of wine) with a lion on each side. In the center of the back piece is a medallion of a Bacchante (female follower of Bacchus), and at each corner is one of a Bacchanal (festivities). The remainder of this piece is filled with wreaths of the grape-vine and its fruit.

Side-Board

This side-board is made out of mahogany, traditionally used in the dining room for serving food. It…