There is a marble oscillum of Bacchus in the British Museum.
On the walls of the chief council chambers are a magnificent series of oil-paintings by Tintoretto and other less able Venetians - among them Tintoretto's masterpiece, "Bacchus and Ariadne," and his enormous picture of Paradise, the largest oil-painting in the world.
Built over this early precinct, which Dorpfeld identifies with the Dionysium Ev Aiµvais, or Lenaeum, is a basilicashaped building of the Roman period, apparently sacred to Bacchus; in this was found an inscription containing the rules The city of the society of the Iobacchi.
The lesser temple was built in honour of Bacchus (not the Sun, as formerly believed).
The temple of Bacchus stood on a platform of its own formed by a southern projection of the Acropolis.