. Illustrations of the remains of Roman art, in Cirencester, the site of antient Corinium . and jollityof temper one would expect from him as a teacher of Bacchus in thevirtues of the vine; his costume was no doubt commemorative of his havingaccompanied Bacchus in his celebrated eastern expedition. D. Bacchus. Only the bust remains of this group, which appears torepresent an effeminate young man, holding a thyrsus in his left hand;the fore paw and a portion of the chest of some animal with a spottedskin were also visible, from which it is concluded that this must have beena representation of B

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. Illustrations of the remains of Roman art, in Cirencester, the site of antient Corinium . and jollityof temper one would expect from him as a teacher of Bacchus in thevirtues of the vine; his costume was no doubt commemorative of his havingaccompanied Bacchus in his celebrated eastern expedition. D. Bacchus. Only the bust remains of this group, which appears torepresent an effeminate young man, holding a thyrsus in his left hand;the fore paw and a portion of the chest of some animal with a spottedskin were also visible, from which it is concluded that this must have beena representation of B

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