Queen of Thebes and wildly naughty Dionysus fanAGAVE went on to marry King Echion and became Queen of Thebes. When Echion died, their son Pentheus inherited the throne and AGAVE became a Queen Mum. And all went well until a fully-fledged DIONYSUS came to visit.
He was full of wild and wicked ways, complete with his Cult and Fan Club. AGAVE joined in with fervid enthusiasm as the crazy ravers danced and did disgusting things on Mount Cithaeron.
Pentheus was very unhappy with his mother's licentious behavior and refused to join in — even when AGAVE got the girls (there were lots of girls) to tear his clothes off. With the constant bingeing it all got out of hand and Pentheus ended up in pieces.
Dancing down the road to Thebes with her son's head on the end of a pole, it slowly began to dawn on AGAVE that her high spirits could be misconstrued and now might be a good time to do a runner.
Which she did. Well versed in the ways of royalty, she managed to marry another king and put her debauched ways behind her. She even took in her aged parents to prevent them ending up in an Old God's Home.
She left no forwarding address, but DIONYSUS was too drunk and debauched to notice anyway.
Authors: Peter J Allen and Chas Saunders
References: Coming soon.
COPYRIGHT © 1999-2013. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
Please mention Godchecker.com when praying to deities.
Godchecker's article on Agave is based on material from ancient texts, original references and our own research. We strive for accuracy and update regularly with new information. If you spot a mistake please contact us and we'll try to fix it.
Location : Ancient Greece
Gender : Female
Type : Deity
Celebration or Feast Day : Unknown at present
Pronunciation : Coming soon
Alternative names : None known
Popularity index : 1653
Visitors often email us asking about Agave statues, sculptures or carved figurines of Agave. We regret we cannot assist with identifying such items.
REPRODUCTION REQUESTS. This site is copyright and all rights are reserved. If you wish to use our material in your essay, book, article or project, please consult our permissions information page.
SUPPORT THE GODS. Found this site useful? Consider donating a few pennies to the Godchecker Temple Roof Fund.
The Gods told us to do it.