1) Thou by many names adored, Child of Zeus the God of thunder, Of a Theban bride the wonder, Fair Italia’s guardian lord; In the deep-embosomed glades Of the Eleusinian Queen Haunt of revelers, men and maids, Dionysus, thou art seen.
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Dionysus is the Greek counterpart to the better known Roman Bacchus.
When we got to camp, the centaurs were anxious to meet Dionysus.