Handicraft sheet Gods Bacchus - Dionysos, Roman Greek god of wine, Historicals

Item number: HDIO-012

His most noticeable attribute is the bunch of grapes, since he is the deity of wine and intoxication.

Category: DIY paper cut out sheets

2,99 €
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0,15 Kg
Dimensions ( length × width × height ):
4,00 × 3,00 × 13,00 cm

Historical crafting templates Bacchus - Dionysus

Bacchus – the god of wine

In Greek mythology mostly known as Dionysus (Bacchus was an epithet), he is the god of wine and intoxication. He is often personated with a leopard, a leopard fur or with a bunch of grapes. The leopard was saint to the god of wine Bacchus and the bunch of grapes stands for his love of wine. Even today, there is much evidence for the religious faith of manhood in Dionysus - sculptures in museums or many paintings of famous artists.

Bacchus god of wine – crafting history yourself

This figure is for crafting yourself and therefore made of a specific material - semi gloss cardboard - so crafting is quite simple. The children are not only supported in their motor abilities by Bacchus, they also learn something about a bygone era. This figure offers the perfect transition to Greek mythology.

Much more than dreary cardboard figures

The three-dimensional figure of the wine god Bacchus is agreeable moulded, so that children love to play with it even after crafting. As a little extra, all the accessories, such as the helmet or a sword, can be easily removed from the figure and the child can decide autonomous what happens next.

  • Coloured crafting template historical
  • Height about 9-13cm
  • Self-explanatory crafting template
  • Ages: 6+
  • Subject: God of wine Bacchus

The god of wine Bacchus - Dionysus

Using this small cardboard figure, a subject what otherwise would be discussed in a dry history lesson can be arranged interesting for kids. You can tell something about the gods of the mythology, as well as about the culture of that time, who worshiped these gods and much more. When the first fun is over, this god of the wine Bacchus figure should not be discarded carelessly. The child is happy about a new figure for its toy collection and the parents or teachers are happy that the toy is something with historical background. Go ahead and send children into crafting and learning fever!

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