Bacchus in cenaculo bibit. Is this correct?
that's what i typed as well and i think it should be fine so i'm reporting it.
What is the difference between a triclinio and a cenaculum? I put cenaculum and it was marked wrong.
It would be cenaculo, not cenaculum. The preposition "in" takes an ablative. It's also more appropriate to serve wine to a distinguished individual (Bacchus is a Roman god) in a trinclinium, so "in triclinio" is likely the best answer.
Bacchus is a VIP; he cannot drink in cenaculo.
Bacchus in triclinio bibet.
The secondary meaning is dining-room, but the primary meaning is: triclinium, a couch for three persons reclining at meals, eating-couch, dinner-sofa, table-couch