Comus

British - A pagan god. Son of Bacchus and Circe. This deity, invented by Milton, transformed travellers by changing their faces into those of animals. Occasionally called Comus, Komos, Komos or Comus.
British - A poem written by John Milton. This work tells the story of Comus, son of Bacchus and Circe. Referred to as Comus, Komos, Komos or Comus.
Greek - A god of mirth. Son of Bacchus and Circe, some say. Sometimes known as Comus, Komos, Komos or Comus.
Roman - A god of drunken revelry. Sometimes known as Comus, Komos, Komos or Comus.

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