3 edition of Cybele Britannica found in the catalog.
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CYBELE BRITANNICA; BRITISH PLANTS, AND THEIR GEOGRAPHICAL RELATIONS. HEWETTCOTTRELL WATSON. "Thereis scarcely any well-informed person, who, if he has but the will, bas not also tFile Size: 12MB. Cybele was closely associated with a number of Greek goddesses, firstly Rhea, the Greek mother of the gods (Meter Theon), but sometimes also Demeter (especially in the Samothrakian cult), Aphrodite (on Mount Ida) and Artemis (in Karia). Her main cult followers were the Galli, these were eunuch priests of a feminine nature, who celebrated her.
Cybele definition, a mother goddess of Phrygia and Asia Minor, identified by the Greeks with Rhea and by the Romans with Ops. See more. Cybele definition is - a nature goddess of the ancient peoples of Asia Minor.
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Title. Cybele Britannica: or British Plants and their geographical relations. Watson, Hewett Cottrell, Newbould, William Williamson, Other articles where Cybele group is discussed: asteroid: Hungarias and outer-belt asteroids: Three of the outer-belt groups—the Cybeles, the Hildas, and Thule—are named after the lowest-numbered asteroid in each group.
Members of the fourth group are called Trojan asteroids (see below). By there were about 1, Cybeles, 1, Hildas, 3 Thules, and 6, Trojans. Other articles where Cybele-Attis cult is discussed: Hilaria: merriment and rejoicing in the Cybele-Attis cult and in the Isis-Osiris cult, March 25 and November 3, respectively.
It was one of several days in the festival of Cybele that honoured Attis, her son and lover: Ma his finding by Cybele among the reeds on the bank of the. Cybele Britannica Cybele Britannica book 1 ; or british plants and their geographical relations [Watson, Hewett Cottrell] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Cybele Britannica Volume 1 ; or british plants and their geographical relationsAuthor: Hewett Cottrell Watson. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Watson, Hewett Cottrell, Cybele Britannica. London: Longman, & Co., (OCoLC) The Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community.
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CYBELE, or Cybebe (Gr. Κυβέλη, Κυβήβη), a goddess native to Asia Minor and worshipped by most of the peoples of the peninsula, was known to the Romans most commonly as the Great Mother of the Gods (q.v.), or the Great Idaean Mother of the Gods—Magna Deum Mater, Mater Deum Magna Idaea.
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This book is available with additional data at Biodiversity Heritage Library. See also WorldCat (this item) plus-circle Add Review. comment. In Anatolian mythology, Cybele was the personification of the was the goddess of nature, fertility, mountains, and wild is often represented sitting on a throne, flanked by two lions, and wearing a mural Phrygian myth, she was born a hermaphroditic being named Agdistis, a child of Zeus and had a shepherd consort named Attis, and a.
The Cult of Cybele in Rome. Originally, the Cybelean cult was brought to Rome during the time of the Second Punic War ( BCE). At that time the Carthaginian general Hannibal was wreaking havoc in Italy, posing a serious threat to the city of Rome.
The Sibylline Books, books of prophecy consulted by the Roman Senate in times of emergencies, predicted that Italy would Author: Donald L. Wasson. A compendium of the Cybele britannica; or British plants in their geographical relations Item Preview HTTP" link in the "View the book" box to the left to find XML files that contain more metadata about the original images and the derived formats (OCR results, PDF etc.).Pages: Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Cybele Britannica: Or British Plants and Their Geographical Relations, Volume 3 by Hewett Cottrell Watson (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at eBay.
Free shipping for many products. CYBELE. CYBELE (Latin) or Kybele (Greek) is the Greek and Roman name given to a female deity of Anatolian origin whose worship was widely disseminated throughout the ancient Mediterranean world. The deity's name in her homeland was Matar, or Mother; in some cases this was modified by the Phrygian epithet Kybeliya, meaning "mountain," the source of the term.
Attis (Greek: Ἄττις or Ἄττης) was the consort of Cybele in Phrygian and Greek mythology.  His priests were eunuchs, the Galli, as explained by origin myths pertaining to Attis and was also a Phrygian god of vegetation, and in his self-mutilation, death, and resurrection he represents the fruits of the earth, which die in winter only to rise again in the.
The Sibylline Books (Latin: Libri Sibyllini) were a collection of oracular utterances, set out in Greek hexameters, that according to tradition were purchased from a sibyl by the last king of Rome, Tarquinius Superbus, and were consulted at momentous crises through the history of the Republic and the fragments have survived, the rest being lost or deliberately.
Cybele and Attis is the story of the Phrygian great mother goddess Cybele's tragic love for the mortal Attis. It is also a story of self-mutilation and regeneration. When Cybele —one of Zeus' would-be lovers—rejected him, Zeus wouldn't take "no" for an answer. See also Cybele on Wikipedia; and our Encyclopædia Britannica disclaimer.
Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 12 — Great Mother of the Gods GREAT MOTHER OF THE GODS, the ancient Oriental-Greek-Roman deity commonly known as Cybele (q.v.) in Greek and Latin literature from the time of Pindar.At Pessinus, the centre of the Cybele cult, there were two high priests during the Hellenistic period, one with the title of "Attis" and the other with the name of "Battakes".Both were eunuchs.
The high priests had considerable political influence during this period, and letters exist from a high priest of Attis to the kings of Pergamon, Eumenes II and Attalus II, inscribed on stone.Cybele may have evolved from an Anatolian Mother Goddess of a type found at Çatalhöyük, dated to the 6th millennium BCE.
 This corpulent, fertile Mother Goddess appears to be giving birth on her throne, which has two feline-headed hand rests. In Phrygian art of the 8th century BCE, the cult attributes of the Phrygian mother-goddess include attendant lions, a bird of prey.