Iacchus   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Iacchus   - a god, identified with Dionysus, worshipped at Eleusis
Wikipedia entry
Aelian:Fr_272   & {270 DF} & & Suda_I'16 & & Iacchus and the battle of
Athen_5.213   to the sacred voice of Iacchus being reduced to silence,
Philodamus_30   mysteries, calls upon you as Iacchus : for mortals from their
Plut:Phoc_28   carried the [statue of] Iacchus in procession from the
Polyaen_3.11.2   articularly dedicated to Iacchus, so that we may suppose
Syll_540   (214/3)   and the reception of Iakchos at Eleusis; similarly
THI_203   (122/1) and did the same for Iacchos;

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