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Sabazius

In ancient Phrygian and Thracian mythology, Sabazius was a god whose cult was subsumed in the 5th century BCE, by the Greek Zeus and Dionysus. In Roman mythology, Sabazius was an alternate name for Bacchus, the counterpart of Dionysus.



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