Bibliography: Cybele and Attis

Cybele  [Kubaba, Magna Mater, Mother of the Gods, Μήτηρ Θεῶν, Μεγάλη Μήτηρ] and Attis [Ἄττις, Ἄττης]

Akurgal, E. 1955. Phrygische Kunst. Ankara.

Albright, W. F. 1929. “The Anatolian Goddess Kubaba,” AOF 5: 229–231.

Alexandrescu Vianu, M. 1980. “Sur la diffusion du culte de Cybèle dans le bassin de la Mer Noire á l’époque archaïque.” Dacia 24: 261–265.

Beard, M. 1994. “The Roman and the Foreign: The Cult of the ‘Great Mother” in Imperial Rome,” in Thomas & Humphrey edd. 1994: 164–190.

Thomas, N. & C. Humphrey edd. 1994. Shamanism, History, and the State. Ann Arbor.

Benario, H. W. 1973. “Lucretius 2. 615.” CPh 68: 127–128.

Bengisu, R. L. 1996. “Lydian Mount Karios,” in Lane ed. 1996: 1–36.

Berndt-Ersöz, S. 1998. “Phrygian Rock-cut Cult Facades: A Study in the Function of the So-called Shaft Monuments.” AS 48: 87–112.

—— 2006. Phrygian Rock-cut Shrines and Other Religious Monuments: A Study of Structure, Function and Cult Practice. Stockholm.

Bøgh, B. 2007. “The Phrygian Background of Kybele.” Numen 54: 304–339.

Borgeaud, P.1994–1995. “La Mère des dieux et Bachofen en Grèce ancienne.” Métis 9–10: 293–297.

—— 1996. La mère des dieux: De Cybèle à la Vierge Marie. Paris.

Bremmer, J. N. 2004. “Attis: A Greek God in Anatolian Pessinous and Catullan Rome.” Mnemosyne 57: 534–573.

Brixhe, C. 1979. “Le Nom de Cybèle.” Die Sprache 25: 40–45.

Burkert, W. 1987. Ancient Mystery Cults. Cambridge, MA.

Collins, B. J., M. Bachvarova, & I. Rutherford edd. 2008. Anatolian Interfaces: Hittites, Greeks and Their Neighbors. Proceedings of an International Conference on Cross-Cultural Interaction. Oxford.

Crowfoot, J. W. 1900. “The Lions of Kybele.” JHS 20: 118–127.

Cumont, F. 1917. “A propos de Cybèle.” RA 6: 418–425.

Diakonoff, I. M. 1977. “On Cybele and Attis in Phrygia and Lydia,” AAntHung 25: 333–340.

Duthoy, R. 1969. The Taurobolium: Its Evolution and Terminology. Leiden.

Elliott, S. M. 1999. “Choose Your Mother, Choose Your Master: Galatians 4:21–5:1 in the Shadow of the Anatolian Mother of the Gods.” JBL 118: 661–683.

Fear, A. T. 1996. “Cybele and Christ,” in Lane ed. 1996: 37–50.

Fishwick, D. 1966. “The Cannophori and the March Festival of Magna Mater,” TAPhA 97: 193–202.

Gasparro, G. S. 1996. “Per la Storia del Culto di Cibele in Occidente: Il Santuario Rupestre di Akrai,” in Lane ed. 1996: 51–86.

Graf, F. 1984. “The Arrival of Cybele in the Greek East,” in Harmatta ed. 1984: 117–120.

Harmatta, J. ed. 1984. Proceedings of the VIIth Congress of the International Federation of the Societies of Classical Studies. Budapest.

Graillot, H. 1912. Le culte de Cybèle, mere des dieux, à Rome et dans l’empire romain. Paris.

Green, T. 1996. “The Presence of the Goddess in Harran,” in Lane ed. 1996: 87–100.

Güterbock, H. G. 1954. “Carchemish,” JNES 13: 102–114.

Hawkins, J. D. 1981. “Kubaba at Karkamiš and Elsewhere.” AS 31: 147–175.

Henrichs, A. 1976. “Despoina Kybele: ein Beitrag zur religiosen Namenkunde.” HSCPh 80: 253–86.

Hepding, H. 1903. Attis, seine Mythen und sein Kult. Giessen.

Johnson, P. A. 1996. “Cybele and Her Companions on the Northern Littoral of the Black Sea,” in Lane ed. 1996: 101–116.

Johnston, S. I. 2004. Religions of the Ancient World: A Guide. Cambridge, MA.

Jope, J. 1985. “Lucretius, Cybele, and Religion.” Phoenix 39: 250–262.

Lambrechts, P. 1952. “Les fêtes “phrygiennes” de Cybèle et d’Attis.” BIBR 27: 141–170.

Lane, E. N. ed. 1996a. Cybele, Attis, and Related Cults: Essays in Memory of M. J. Vermaseren. Leiden.

Lancellotti, M. G. 2002. Attis Between Myth and History: King, Priest and God. Leiden.

Lane, E. N. 1996b. “The Name of Cybele’s Priests the “Galloi”, in Lane ed. 1996: 117–133.

Laroche, E. 1960. “Koubaba, déesse anatolienne, et le problème des origines de Cybèle,” [in Colloquium: Éléments orientaux dans la religion grecque ancienne. Colloque de Strasbourg 22–24 mai 1958. Paris.

Mitropoulou, E. 1996. “The Goddess Cybele in Funerary Banquets and with an Equestrian Hero,” in Lane ed. 1996: 135–165.

Munn, M. 2006. The Mother of the Gods, Athens, and the Tyranny of Asia: A Study of Sovereignty in Ancient Religion. Berkeley and Los Angeles.

—— 2008. “Kybele as Kubaba in a Lydo-Phrygian Context,”in Collins et al. 1998: 159–164.

Naumann, F. 1983. Die Ikonographie der Kybele in der phrygischen und der grieschischen Kunst. Tübingen.

Naumann-Steckner, F. 1996. “Privater Dank – Silbervotive aus Nordafrika,” in Lane ed. 1996: 167–191.

Pachis, P. 1996. “”Γαλλαῖον Κυβέλης ὀμόλυγμα” (AntholPalat. VI, 173). L’élément orgiastique dans le culte de Cybèle,” in Lane ed. 1996: 193–222.

Pedley, J. G. 1982. “A Group of Early Sixth Century Korai and the Workshop on Chios,” AJA 86: 183–191.

Rein, M. J. 1996. “Phrygian Matar: The Emergence of an Iconographic Type,” in Lane ed. 1996: 223–237.

Richard, L. 1966. “Juvénal et les galles de Cybèle.” RHR 169: 51–67.

Robertson, N. 1996. “The Ancient Mother of the Gods. A Missing Chapter in the History of Greek Religion,” in Lane ed. 1996: 239–304.

Roller, L. E. 1988. “Phrygian Myth and Cult.” Source 7: 43–50.

—— 1991. “The Great Mother at Gordion: The Hellenization of an Anatolian Cult.” JHS 111: 128–143.

—— 1994. Attis on Greek Votive Monuments: Greek God or Phrygian?” Hesperia 63: 245–262.

—— 1996. “Reflections of the Mother of Gods in Attic Tragedy,” in Lane ed. 1996: 305–

—— 1999. In Search of God the Mother: The Cult of Anatolian Cybele. Berkeley.

—— 2002. “The Phrygian Mother Goddess and Her Thracian Connections,” in Fol ed. 2002: 683–694.

Fol, A. L. ed. Thrace and the Aegean. Proceedings of the Eighth International Congress of Thracology. Sofia.

—— 2003. “The Mother Goddess Between Thrace and Phrygia.” Thrace 15: 161–167.

Roscoe, W. 1996. “Priests of the Goddess: Gender Transgression in Ancient Religion.” History of Religions 35: 195–230.

Rose, H. J. 1923. “A Greek Taurobolic Inscription from Rome.” JHS 43: 194–196.

Rouse, W. H. D. 1902. Greek Votive Offerings. Cambridge.

Salviat, F. 1964. “Steles et naiskoi de Cybèle à Thasos.” BCH 88: 239–251.

Sfameni Gasparro, G. 1985. Soteriology and Mystic Aspects in the Cult of Cybele and Attis. Leiden.

Shipton, K. M. W. 1987. “The ‘Attis’ of Catullus.” CQ 37: 444–449.

Smith, J. O. 1996. “The High Priests of the Temple of Artemis at Ephesus,” in Lane ed. 1996: 323–335.

Stewart, D. J. 1970. “The Silence of Magna Mater.” HSCPh 74: 75–84.

Summers, K. 1996. “Lucretius’ Roman Cybele,” in Lane ed. 1996: 337–365.

Takács, R. 1996. “Magna Deum Mater Idaea, Cybele, and Catullus’ Attis, in Lane ed. 1996: 367–386.

Turcan, R. 1996. “Attis Platonicus,” in Lane ed. 1996: 387–403.

Tillyard, E. M. W. 1917. “A Cybele Altar in London.” JRS 7: 284–288.

Ubiña, J. F. 1996. “Magna Mater, Cybele, and Attis in Roman Spain,” in Lane ed. 1996: 405–433.

Vassileva, M. 2001. “Further Considerations on the Cult of Kybele,” AS 51: 51–63.

Vermaseren, M. J. 1977. Cybele and Attis. London.

—— 1982. Corpus Cultus Cybelae Attidisque. 2. Graecia atque Insulae. Leiden.

—— 1987. Corpus Cultus Cybelae Attidisque. 1. Asia Minor. Leiden.

Wilhelm, R. M. 1988. “Cybele: The Great Mother of Augustan Order.” Vergilius 34: 77–101.

Winter, I. J. 1983. “Carchemish ša kišad puratti.” AS 33: 177–197.

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