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From Thebes, Dionysus went to Argos where all females other than little girls of King Proetus participated his praise. The God Hermes is stated to have brought young Dionysus to the nymphs of Nysa. Dionysus was said to have danced below Parnassos accompanied by Delphic virgins, and it is known that even as young ladies, ladies in Boeotia practiced not only shut rites however bearing of thyrsus and dances. Here women of Thebes were arranged into 3 dancing groups and hurried off to Mount Cithaeron with routine weeps of to hill! Maenads might have consumed meat of goat raw or sacrificed it to Dionysus. Mark W. Edwards in his paper Representation of Maenads on Archaic Red-Figure Vases traces development of maenad depictions on red number vases. Maenads were referred to as Bassarids, Bacchae, or Bacchantes in Roman folklore after the fondness of equivalent Roman god, Bacchus, to put on bassaris or fox skin.

Dionysus concerned his birth place, Thebes, where neither Pentheus, his cousin that was now king, nor Pentheus' mother Agave, Dionysus' auntie, recognized his divinity. Dionysus penalized Agave by driving her ridiculous, and in that problem, she killed her son and tore him to pieces. The term maenads also describes women in folklore that resisted worship of Dionysus and were driven mad by him, compelled versus their will to get involved in commonly dreadful rites.

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