Cybele   - in ancient sources @

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  Cybele   - an Asian goddess, called Magna Mater by the Romans
Wikipedia entry
Alcaeus_6.218 begging eunuch priest of Cybele was wandering through the
AnthPal_6.173 painful to hear, that Cybele's votaries use, dedicated
AnthPal_7.223 the pines in honour of Cybele, carried away by the music
Athen_12.541 as a begging priest of Cybele, and beating the drum, end
Athen_12.553 his Mendicant Priest of Cybele, he says- & He bade the
Athen_14.618 flute in the festival of Cybele." And the different kinds
Athen_14.636 Votaries of the Asiatic Cybele, & The wealthy Phrygians'
Callim:Epigr_41 afterward of Dindymene [Cybele] - I the old woman who am
CIL_add.7 (early 1st cent.)   ygian Magna Mater or Cybele was dedicated on the P
DioscEpigr_6.220 the gelded servant of Cybele, in frenzy giving his wild
Memn_28 ave been the daughter of Cybele and Sangarius, who was the
Plinius:Ep_2.14 them like the priests of Cybele, for as for howlings - the
Plinius:Ep_10.49 ce. (*) & The Phrygian goddess Cybele. [50] & Trajan to
Plut:Cleom_36 character of a priest of Cybele; and who, after he had lai
Simonid_6.217 endure the holy boom of Cybele, but rushed straight up
Syll_399 (278/7)   Metroön {temple of Kybele}. In the year of

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