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Dionysos offerings
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Hey everyone , which are offerings that Dionysos prefer ?
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Re: Dionysos offerings
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From what I know, for Dionysus, wine, grapes, and honey are all simple offerings.

However, there is a member on this site that may be more suitable to answer this question. Try messaging 0Ambrosia1. Hope he doesn't mind me referencing him. :P
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Re: Dionysos offerings
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Well I'd recommend whine and grapes. Being that he is the god of whine perhaps a nice splash of a vintage in a silver chalice. Or if that's to pricey some cheep whine in a nice bowl surrounded by grapes with mabe a bit of sweet mead to the side. That would be a suitable offering.
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Re: Dionysos offerings
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Thanks
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Re: Dionysos offerings
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Dionysos also governs the theatre, so writing a short play dedicated to Him would make a suitable offering, or if your talents as an actor are better than a writer you could perform a short excerpt from a Classical play, such as Euripdes 'The Bacchae'. Dithyrambs were hymns of praise sung to Dionysos so if you enjoy singing and/or can write songs this is another option.

Wine and mead have been mentioned but you can also offer any kind of alcohol as well as ivy, vines, figs, oakmoss and various kinds of musks.

If you are artistic you can make masks in a Greek Theatre style, or a thysros, which is a staff made of a fennel stalk wrapped in ivy and tipped with a pine cone. These can be kept on a shrine or given up as offerings.

I'd also suggest checking out http://www.wildivine.org/dionysos.htm for more Dionysian bits and pieces.
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Re: Dionysos offerings
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Thank you , this helps me very much
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