I grew up in Chester and don’t remember any Bacchanalia festivals, I do hope they’ve re-enacted something like this since I’ve left.
What’s not to like about that? It sounds like some I’ve been to in my youth.
Bacchus was a god of wine.
I must search out any restaurant called Bacchanalia, it appears there’s a few. Why has this word been hidden to me? I’m only at b of A to Z blogging challenge and in need of a Bacchanalia already. What will I be like when I get to O? oh well, orgy is less than 10 letters… that’s good then. Hmm festival’s less than 10 letters too.
Getting the idea of my theme? Each A to Z post is themed around a words of 10 letters or more.
I hope you have some good Bacchanalia’s to go to this year.
Bac cha na li a
‘wild noisy roman festival in honour of Bacchus’
I just learned a great new word, thanks to you! Awesome idea for the A to Z challenge. 🙂
Many thanks Nancy. It was a new word to me and I loved it too. I’m not sure if I’ve explained my theme yet.. words of 10 letters or more from a specific book. Watch out for D when it’s completely explained.
I love this word!Have a certain fascination for the god of wine and revelry and orgies! He must be a fun person to know!
Thanks! Yes it’s a lovable word.
Orgasmical is ten letters, but I’m not sure it’s a real world.
Interesting idea for a theme, could get quite tricky.
Thanks. It gets trickier if it’s not in a certain book it’s not allowed. If I can get the look to pose better I’ll get a pic and put it on D.
Fun theme =]
Visiting via A-Z Challenge.
thanks Lindsey. glad you popped by.
Thats a word I never heard before – but I do LOVE wine!
me neither which, I guess, is why I was drawn to it. Yes wine is LOVELY. especially when red..
I remember wearing head scarves on cold or windy days but I must have led a sheltered life. I thought they made me look more sophisticated. LOL!
Your comment’s confused me Donna. head scarves? you replying to my post on wild noisy roman festivals or were you reading rather a lot of blogs?