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  Dionysia   - a festival, in honour of Dionysus
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  + Dionysiac , Dionysian
308/2 ion_2, a poem recited at the Dionysia in honour of Demetrius of Phale
288/10d 2.9.207, regulations for the Dionysia and Demetrieia games in Euboea.
    Within translations:
Athen_12.542 the procession of the Dionysia, which he celebrated whe
Athen_13.595 the occasion when the Dionysian festival was celebrated
THI_110 (294-289)   own in the theatre at the Dionysia. He shall have a
THI_111 (280-240)   tor of the city during the Dionysia. He and his des
THI_40 (c. 200)   a gold crown at the Dionysia making the proclamatio
THI_21 (3rd century)   hall proclaim at the Dionysia that the people crown
THI_44 (c. 315-307)   the theatre at the Dionysia]: "The people of
THI_69 (c. 260)   of the crown at the Dionysia in the contest of the
THI_88 (306-301)   agic contest at the Dionysia, to the effect that "t
THI_97 (294-288)   to the games of the Dionysia and the Demetrieia, [w
THI_99.B (early 2nd century)   of the crown [at the Dionysia] and the great Asklep
THI_99.I (after 241)   ntest of] tragedians at the Dionysia . . . [J] & Gr
THI_99.J (150-100)   st [contest at the] Dionysia [and at the] great Ask
Joseph:AJ_14.153 in the theatre, in the Dionysian shows, while the new
OGIS_213 (c. 300/299)   s contests during the Dionysia [at Miletos] and
OGIS_215 (c. 280)   of tragedians at the Dionysia, and the proclama
OGIS_43 (c. 280)   contest of the great Dionysia, to the effect that &
OGIS_50 (c. 269-246)   l be announced at the Dionysia and this decree s
OGIS_51 (c. 269-246)   th of Peritios at the Dionysia, on account of his v
OGIS_730 (c. 217/6)   n the theatre at the Dionysia during the contest of
OGIS_771 (196/5)   from the city at the Dionysia and during the athlet
OGIS_9 (c. 302/1)   unce the award at the Dionysia in the theatre -
Plut:Demetr_12 onth Demetrias ; and the Dionysia, or festival of Dionysus
Plut:Mor_839 six times at the city Dionysiac festivals, and twice
Plut:Mor_840 of third parts at the Dionysiac festivals, in his times
RC_53 (197-160)   yriarchs to rule during the Dionysia itself (?) .
SEG_2.580 (229-205)   t of [Dionysos at the Dionysia], the prytanis in
SEG_28.60 (270/69)   gedies at the Great Dionysia; that the administrato
SEG_44.949 (230-205)   rald shall proclaim at the Dionysia . . . 10 with
SEG_48.1097 (c. 220)   first contest at the Dionysia and in the gymnastic
SEG_55.1251 (c. 200)   be announced at the Dionysia [and the Klaria]
Syll_310 (323/2)   of the crown at the great [Dionysia]. This decree
Syll_356 (end of 4th cent.)   tragedians at the Dionysia that the Eleusinian
Syll_370 (285/4)   gedians at the great [Dionysia]; and the official
Syll_371 (285/4)   gedians at the great Dionysia; and the officials in
Syll_389 (282)   odikos Boys, at the Dionysia: Kallidikos son of D
Syll_409 (c. 255/4)   claimed at the great Dionysia, during the contes
Syll_412 (c.260)   d of the crown at the Dionysian and Seleukeian ga
Syll_485 (soon after 235/4)   gedians during the Dionysia in the city, whenever
Syll_538 (204/3)   wn may be announced at the Dionysian and Asklepian
Syll_539 (204)   theatre during the Dionysia, saying that the Amp
Syll_545 (206/5)   the theatre [at the Dionysia], when the boys' [ch
Syll_553 (207/6)   the theatre at the Dionysia], when the boys' [ch
Syll_562 (c. 207/6)   next hold the Great Dionysia, that the city and t
Syll_579 (end of 3rd cent.)   ia games], and at the Dionysian games, just before
Syll_587 (c. 196)   award of the crown at the Dionysia on the day of
Syll_594 (c. 195)   vileged seat at the Dionysia, along with other be
Syll_645 (c. 172)   d of the crown at the Dionysia in he theatre; he s
Syll_661 (c. 165/4)   ced to Dionysos [during the Dionysia] and held the
Syll_667 (161/0)   ounced at the city Dionysia in the contest of the


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