Template:Unreferenced stub Bromius in ancient Greece was used as an epithet of Dionysus/Bacchus. It signifies "noisy" or "boisterous", from Template:Polytonic, to roar. According to Richard Buxton, Bromius (Bromios) is another name for a fundamental divine figure that precedes Ouranus and Night in Orphic myth. This alternative view to Hesiod was discovered by a fragmentary papyrus discovered in Derveni, Macedonia (Greece) in 1962, which is referred to as The Derveni papyrus.

Bromios is also one of the sons of Aegyptus and Caliadne. He married Erato, daughter of Danaus and Polyxo. She murdered him on their wedding night.Template:AncientGreece-stub

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