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Cotytto

or Cotys (Κοτυττώ or Κότυς). A goddess worshipped by the Thracians, and apparently identical with the Phrygian Cybelé. Her worship was introduced at Athens and Corinth, where it was celebrated, in private, with great indecency and licentiousness. See Juv. ii. 92; and the article Cotyttia.

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