Greek Mythology: The Panes were rustic daimones (spirits) of wild mountains and highland pasture, as well as the sheep flocks and goat herds which grazed these lands. The Panes were depicted as goat-footed men, with the tails, bushy beards, snub noses, pointed ears and horns of a goat. Sometimes they were shown with full goat heads, like the image right. As lascivious fertility spirits they were often depicted with erect members. Vase Paintings, Athenian Red, Mothers Earth, Goats Head, Red Figures, Pandora Boxes, Greek Mythology, Greek Art, Greek Vase
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HEPHAESTUS : Greek God of Fire & Metalworking | Mythology, Hephaistos, w/ pictures | Roman Vulcan
Greek Mythology: The Seilenoi (or Sileni) were elderly rustic spirits (daimones) in the train of the god Dionysos. They were sons of the first Seilenos and the fathers of the tribes of Satyrs and Oreiades (mountain nymphs). The Seilenoi were depicted as fat, elderly, white-haired satyrs with horse's tail and ears, and snub nose. They were often covered in fluffy white hair, and sometimes sported a pair of ox horns. The twelve male guardians of the infant Dionysos known as Pheres...
Thetis Silver-footed Thetis, disposer or "placer" (the one who places), is encountered in Greek mythology mostly as a sea nymph or known as the goddess of water, one of the fifty Nereids, daughters of the ancient one of the seas with shape-shifting abilities who survives in the historical vestiges of most later Greek myths as Proteus (whose name suggests the "first", the "primordial" or the "firstborn"). [From Wikipedia]