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Definition of Bacchante

Bacchante
Bacchante Bac"chante, n.; L. pl. Bacchantes. 1. A priestess of Bacchus. 2. A female bacchanal.

Meaning of Bacchante from wikipedia

- "raving ones". Maenads were known as B****arids, Bacchae /ˈbækiː/, or Bacchantes /ˈbækənts, bəˈkænts, -ˈkɑːnts/ in Roman mythology after the penchant of...
- Six ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Bacchante, from "Bacchante" – the name for a priestess of the Roman god Bacchus. Yet another ship of this...
- (also known as Bacchante) is an oil painting created circa 1906 by the French artist and theorist Jean Metzinger (1883–1956). Bacchante is a pre-Cubist...
- HMS Bacchante (F69) was a Leander-class frigate of the Royal Navy. Bacchante was built by Vickers on the Tyne, launched on 29 February 1968 and commissioned...
- Bacchante and Infant Faun is a bronze sculpture modeled by American artist Frederick William MacMonnies in Paris in 1893–1894. The original bronze cast...
- The Bacchante is a painting by Gustave Courbet, produced between 1844 and 1847. The painting's title relates the work to images of Bacchantes from Greco-Roman...
- HMS Bacchante was a Cressy-class armoured cruiser built for the Royal Navy around 1900. Upon completion she was ****igned to the Mediterranean Fleet as...
- HMS Bacchante was a Bacchante-class ironclad ****-propelled corvette of the Royal Navy. She is particularly famous for being the ship on which the Princes...
- The French corvette Bacchante was launched in 1795 as the second of the four-vessel Serpente class of corvettes. She served for almost two years as a...
- Dartmouth, Devon. For three years from 1879, the royal brothers served on HMS Bacchante, accompanied by Dalton. They toured the colonies of the British Empire...