Greek Vase from Attika 550 - 520 BC. Dionysus talking with Hermes and a dancing satyr on the left side.
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Greek Vase from Attika 550 - 520 BC. Dionysus talking with Hermes and a dancing satyr on the left side.

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    The Family. I’ve taken to calling Dionysos “Pan’s Godfather”. I was raised in an Italian leaning family and the concept...
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