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Dionysius

In Greek mythology, Dionysius (or Dionysus) was the son of Zeus and a sibling to Apollo, Athena, Artemis, Castor and Pollux, Hermes, Hebe, Minos and Persephone. (PROSE: Deadly Reunion)

In Athens, in 421 BC, Hex tried to pass himself off as the god Dionysus. (AUDIO: Mask of Tragedy)

The Cista Mystica was a Roman artefact used by the followers of Dionysus. (AUDIO: Dead London)

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In reality, the name "Dionysius" is a nominalised adjective meaning "of Dionysus"; its use in Deadly Reunion as a name for the god himself is an error.

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