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(195 words)

Author(s): Bonnet, Corinne
[English Version] (Sebazios, Sabadios, Sabos), thrakisch-phrygischer Gott (5.Jh. v.Chr.), im gesamten Mittelmeerraum belegt. In Anatolien Attis, Men und Kybele nahestehend, wird er im griech. Milieu wegen seines orgiastischen Kultes Dionysos zugeordnet. Von seinen urspr. Wesensmerkmalen ist wenig bekannt, es gibt aber verschiedene Hinweise (z.B. ikonographische), nach denen ihm Macht über Natur und Tiere zukommt, daher dann auch seine »kosmische« Macht, die dem Menschen und seinem leiblichen und g…

Cumont, Franz

(328 words)

Author(s): Bonnet, Corinne
[German Version] (Jan 3, 1868, Aalst – Aug 20, 1947, Woluwé-Saint-Pierre), Belgian archaeologist, philologist, and historian of religion. Cumont studied classical philology at the University of Ghent (Ph.D. in 1887), studying in further depth in Bonn, Berlin, Vienna, and Paris (1882–1892) under the guidance of H. Usener, T. Mommsen, Hermann Diels (1848–1922), and L. Duchesne. After a journey to Greece and Italy (1890–1891), he received a teaching po…


(219 words)

Author(s): Bonnet, Corinne
[German Version] (Sebazios, Sabadios, Sabos), a Thraco- Phrygian god (5th cent. bce), found throughout the Mediterranean region. In Anatolia he was associated with Attis, Men, and Cybele; in the Greek milieu, his orgiastic cult led him to be associated with Dionysus. Little is known of his original nature, but some evidence (in part iconographic) suggests that he had power over nature and the animal world and hence also “cosmic” power, which could benefit humankind and promote mental and physical wellbeing (cf. the magical hand of Sabazius, raised in blessing). His myth portrays ¶ Sabaz…

Vermaseren, Maarten Jozef

(164 words)

Author(s): Bonnet, Corinne
[German Version] (Apr 7, 1918 – Sep 9, 1985, Amsterdam). After studying at Nijmegen and Utrecht, Vermaseren occupied a chair at Utrecht, specializing in Eastern religions in the Roman Empire (Mithraic religion, Cybele and Attis). He edited the series Études préliminaires aux religions orientales dans l’empire romain (EPRO, 105 vols. under his editorship). His major publications include Mithriaca (4 vols., 1971–1978), Apis (with G.J.F. Kater-Sibbes, 3 vols., 1975–1977), and the Corpus cultus Cybelae Attidisque (7 vols., 1977–1987). He and Carel Claudius van Essen exca…


(155 words)

Author(s): Bonnet, Corinne
[English Version] Vermaseren, Maarten Jozef (7.4.1918 – 9.9.1985 Amsterdam), Studium in Nijmegen und Utrecht, Prof. in Utrecht, Spezialist für orientalische Rel. im Röm. Reich (Mithrasreligion, Kybele/Attis). Hg. der »Études préliminaires aux religions orientales dans l'empire romain« (EPRO, 105 Bde. unter V.s Herausgeberschaft). Zu nennen sind außerdem seine »Mithriaca« (4 Bde., 1971–1978), »Apis« (zus. mit G.J. F. Kater-Sibbes, 3 Bde., 1975–1977) und das »Corpus Cultus Cybelae Attidisque« (7 Bde.,…