Liber

Roman - An Italian fertility-god, god of agriculture and wine. Consort of Ceres. Father of Libera. He is said to have created Falerian wine to reward a peasant who had given him hospitality. He was sometimes identified with Bacchus or Iacchus. In some lore, occasionally referred to as Liber, Bacchus, Bacchus, Bakchos, Evan, Lakchos, Psilas, Dionysus, Dionysus, Anthios, Bakhos, Braites, Cissos, Deunysos, Dionysos, Divine Child, Impartial Giver, Isodaites, Kubebe, Lakdios, Laphystios, Lyaeus, Night Sun, Nyktelios, Perikionios, Puripais, sacred animals, sacred birds, Thyoneus, Zagreus, Zonnysos, Arsenothetys, Baal Gad, Bakkhos, Bassareus, Bromius, Cissus, Dendrites, Dimetor, Dionusis, Diounsis, Dithyrambos, Eleusis, Eleutherios, Endendros, Enorches, Evius, Iacchus, Iao, Iyngies, Kissos, Lenaeus, Liknites, Luseious, Luseus, Lusios, Merotraphes, Mystes, Omadios, Phytalmios, Sabazios, Sabazius, Sycites, Sykites, Arabian Dusura, Egyptian Osiris, Etruscan Fufluns, Hindu Rudra, Kenite Salmaat, Roman Bacchus, Liber Pater, Liber Pater, Greek Dionysus, Greek Dionysus, Dusara, Fufluns, Orotalt, Osiris, Rudra or Salmaat.

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