save hide report. Return To Tomorrow (version 2020) Easter 2019 (version 2020) Buscar: About. The Fates granted Ampelos a second life as a vine, from which Dionysus squeezed the first wine. Ampelos (ἄμπελος) is the Ancient Greek for “vine” In an etiology told by Nonnus, the vine is personified as a beautiful satyr youth, who was loved by Dionysus, and whose death was foreseen by the gods. A grisaille overdoor. in the forest of near Oxylos. How you can use this image. Ampelos Edit. Send information to Art Detective. Dionysus was an Olympian god of wine, festivals and pleasure. Oil painting on canvas, Bacchus (Dionysus), Ampelos, Silenus and a Maenad by Robert Fagan (Cork c.1745 - Rome 1816), 1793/95. ... Back to Dionysus Map Diggy’s Adventure Help Youtube Channel. He was so popular among gods and mortals that many festivals, which were being held during a year, were in his honor. It represents two naked male figures, interpreted as drunken Dionysus helped by the satyr Ampelos - the vine. Upset by his death, Dionysus transformed Ampelos’s … A ROMAN BRONZE GROUP OF DIONYSUS AND AMPELOS CIRCA 1ST CENTURY B.C.-1ST CENTURY A.D. Be the first to share what you think! In an etiology told by Nonnus, the vine is personified as a beautiful satyr youth, who was loved by Dionysus, and whose death was foreseen by the god.There are two versions of his death and Dionysus’s reaction to it. AMPELOS Then the name Ampelos was found by my father Fotis .It means the vine plant in Greek. It is a mythological theme that comes from Hellenistic models. Ampelos' Wine Cellar - Walkthrough Videos - Diggy's Adventure Help Youtube Channel. Dionysus, known in the Roman world as Bacchus, was identified with the old Italic god Liber-Pater, who … Ampelos was one of the Hamadryades (a group of Dryad nymphs in the forest near Oxylosis) Ampelos is the Hamadryad Dryad nymph of the vine, including the wild grape, bryony, black bryony and the wrack. Most noteworthy brought to Greece by the god of wine, dance, fertility and spirit Dionysus. no comments yet. Active Events. Dionysus, Bacchus, Ampelos, Silenus and a Maenad Robert Fagan (1761–1816) National Trust, Attingham Park Back to image. Another myth according to Nonnus involves Ampelos, a satyr, who was loved by Dionysus. Sort by. Just finished this painting and I wanted to share it, based on the story of Dionysus and Ampelos hope you guys like it. best. Miscellany on Dionysus Edit Photo credit: National Trust Images . Dionysus, also known as Mr. D, is the Greek god of grape-harvest, wine, madness, parties, religious ecstasy, and theater. Parents Hamadryas (mother) & Oxylos (father) Section heading Write the second section of your page here. 0 comments. About all we all thought, it was a good name, both for the Hotel in Greece and also for the winery in California. He also serves as the camp director of Camp Half-Blood, having been placed there by his father Zeus as punishment for chasing after an off-limits nymph. Foreseen by Dionysus, the youth was killed in an accident riding a bull maddened by the sting of Atë's gadfly. 100% Upvoted. Dionysus traveled more time than being home in order to escape Hera's harrasment. Ampelos (ἄμπελος) is the Ancient Greek for "vine".. His Roman counterpart is Bacchus. Creating Ampelos Saltar al contenido. The god of wine nude but for a mantle pinned at his right shoulder, and high-laced boots, a wreath of vines and berries in his hair, standing with his weight on his straight right leg, stepping forward with his left leg, his arched back and his extended stomach emphasizing his instability, his … See www.ampeloscellars.net. Ampelos and the other Hamadryads share. Log in or sign up to leave a comment log in sign up.