Bacchantes

Bacchantes, those who took part in the festival of Bacchus, confined originally to women, and were called by a number of names, such as Mænads, Thyads, &c.; they wore their hair dishevelled and thrown back, and had loose flowing garments.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Bacchanalia * Bac`chus
Bâbis
Babœuf, François Noel
Baboo
Baboon, Lewis
Ba`brius
Baby-farming
Babylon
Babylo`nia
Babylonish Captivity
Bacchanalia
Bacchantes
Bac`chus
Bacchyl`ides
Baccio della Porto
Baccio`chi
Bach, Johann Sebastian
Bache, A. Dallas
Bachelor
Bacil`lus
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Backhuy`sen, Ludolph