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son of zeus, eleusinian mysteries, chief function, demeter


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An obscure Deity, perhaps a son of Zeus, Associated with Demeter in some ways (one tradition holds Him to be Her son), His chief
function was an involvement in the Eleusinian Mysteries, where His name was invoked at the beginning of the rites, and his image is invariably shown
bearing a torch and leading worshippers into the Sanctum.

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in its development. The noise of the vineyard still sounds in some of his epithets, perhaps in his best-known name--Iacchus, Bacchus.
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His name was derived from the boisterous festive song which is likewise called Iacchus. (Aristoph. Ran.