This stately bronze wall fountain features a Bacchus head, feeding wine to a nymph and a cherub seated below, and is ideal for adding a medieval flair to a cloistered garden or estate. Pump not included. Bacchus is the Roman name for the Greek god of wine, Dionysus. Bacchus was accompanied by a crew of Nymphs, Satyrs, and Centaurs, into distant lands to teach mankind the cultivation of the grape and the preparation of wine. Great feasts were indulged in, and a regular series of dances was performed, the Bacchanalia dance is named in his memory.