B071 Face of a god, possibly the river-god Acheloos. Horns were attached at the forehead.
E011 Dionysos and his retinue visit the house of a mortal. The man, seated on a couch, turns to greet the god. A satyr supports the already drunk Dionysos; another removes his shoes so that he can lie on the couch behind him; another carries his thyrsos. Other satyrs dance and play music.
A153 Dionysos, Diana, and Sylvanus.
C117 Head of Dionysos.
B131 Boy (Dionysos?) resting.
A086c Hermes and Dionysos.
C209 Portrait head of the poet Menander.
C113 Hermes holds the infant Dionysos on his left arm. He once held a bunch of grapes in his right hand, for which the baby reached.
D133 Relief showing dancing Maenad.
See also D108.
A142 Dionysos and a Satyr.
B192 Head of Dionysos.
A141a Dionysos sits on a rock, with a panther beside him.
A091 A god, almost certainly Dionysos, reclining on an animal skin.
C022 Head of Dionysos.
H012 Head of Satyr.
D079 Dionysos reclines on a couch holding a rhyton (drinking horn) and phiale (bowl). A girl sits by him. At the left stand three actors (the dedicators) holding masks and tambourines.