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Septuagint has been regarded as the equivalent of the _kurios Sabazios_
Various inscriptions tell us that the Phrygian cults were represented here by the worship of Sabazios; the Egyptian, by that of
(Whether the form of 'sacred marriage' which was originally intended to promote the fertility of the ground by 'sympathetic magic' entered into the ritual of Sabazios is doubtful.)
According to the scholiast, the reference is to Ninus, a priestess of Sabazios, who was prosecuted by Menecles for making love-potions for young men.
At last he cries to Sabazios, or one of the new deities of
Much later, his son Midas dedicated the ox-cart to the Phrygian god Sabazios and either tied it to a post or tied its shaft with an intricate knot of cornel bark.