Phrygian Lore, Gods, Demigods, Heroes, Symbols, and Other Famous Mythological Characters

Agdistis

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Attis

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Bagos Paparos

A sky-god. Also commonly called Bagos Paparos.

Calaus

Father of Attis, some say. In some references, known as Calaus.

Cybele

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Diounsis

Son of Zemelo. A Phrygian god transferred to the Greek pantheon as Dionysus. Sometimes referred to as Diounsis, Dionysus, Dionysus, Anthios, Bakhos, Braites, Cissos, Deunysos, Dionysos, Divine Child, Impartial Giver, Isodaites, Kubebe, Lakdios, Laphystios, Lyaeus, Night Sun, Nyktelios, Perikionios, Puripais, sacred animals, sacred birds, Thyoneus, Zagreus, Zonnysos, Arsenothetys, Baal Gad, Bacchus, Bakchos, Bakkhos, Bassareus, Bromius, Cissus, Dendrites, Dimetor, Dionusis, Dithyrambos, Eleusis, Eleutherios, Endendros, Enorches, Evius, Iacchus, Iao, Iyngies, Kissos, Lakchos, Lenaeus, Liknites, Luseious, Luseus, Lusios, Merotraphes, Mystes, Omadios, Phytalmios, Sabazios, Sabazius, Sycites, Sykites, Arabian Dusura, Egyptian Osiris, Etruscan Fufluns, Hindu Rudra, Kenite Salmaat, Roman Bacchus or Liber.

galloi

Celebrants of the cult of Cybele. These devotees emasculated themselves and slashed their bodies with knives. Also known as galloi, galli, galli, Greek Corybantes or Greek Corybantes.

Hyagais

A satyr. A god of lightning, some say. Father of Marsyas. Called Hyagais.

Hyas

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Lityerses

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Zemelo

An earth-goddess. Mother of Diounsis. In some accounts, she is equated with Semele. At times, referred to as Zemelo, Lettish Zemesmate, Lettish Zemesmate, Zemlya, Zemyna, Lithuanian Zemyna, Lithuanian Zemyna, Zemesmate, Russian Zemlya, Russian Zemlya, Slav Mata-Syra-Zemla or Slav Mata-Syra-Zemla.
Phrygian Mythology