Originally Dionysus was the Greek god of fertility. Later, he came to be known chiefly as the god of wine and pleasure. The Romans called him Bacchus. He has depicted in art since ancient Greek times. In this lecture we explore the colourful legend of Bacchus and how he has he been visually represented over millennia.
This lecture is being presented using Zoom by Kenneth Park and Old Treasury Building Museum.
It will be recorded, access to the recording by request.