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c. 1350 BCE
First evidence of a cult to Dionysos in Mycenaean culture.
700 BCE - 600 BCE
Temples are built in honour of Apollo, Demeter and Dionysos on the island of Naxos.
600 BCE - 550 BCE
The Dionysia becomes a major Athenian festival in honour of Dionysos.
600 BCE - 300 BCE
Dionysos appears on the coins of Naxos, Mende and various other Greek city states.
447 BCE - 432 BCE
The east pediment of the Parthenon includes a reclining statue of Dionysos.
c. 405 BCE
Euripides in The Bacchai has Dionysos tell us how the tympanon was invented by him and his Mother Goddess, Rhea.
c. 330 BCE
Dionysos is represented as an infant in the arm of the Hermes of Praxiteles statue.
c. 150 CE - c. 200 CE
A small temple dedicated to Dionysos is built at Dion.