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Pan pulling a horn from the foot of a Satyr. Vatican Museums

Pan pulling a horn from the foot of a Satyr. Vatican Museums

Pan mirror  Bronze folding mirror with relief decoration representing Pan/Paniskos holding a situla and leading a goat to an altar for sacrifice.  Late 4th-early 3rd c. BCE.  Diam. 0.105 m.     Benaki Museum -   Athens, Greece

Pan mirror Bronze folding mirror with relief decoration representing Pan/Paniskos holding a situla and leading a goat to an altar for sacrifice. Late 4th-early 3rd c. BCE. Diam. 0.105 m. Benaki Museum - Athens, Greece

Syrinx (Detail) - "Pan and Dafni" - Late 2nd century AD copy of an original from the late 2nd century BC attributed to the Rhodian sculptor Heliodoros - Naples Archaeological Museum   24

Syrinx (Detail) - "Pan and Dafni" - Late 2nd century AD copy of an original from the late 2nd century BC attributed to the Rhodian sculptor Heliodoros - Naples Archaeological Museum 24

The double-horned god Silvanus (with iconography of Pan) holds a panpipe or syrinx in his right hand and a bow in his left. Over his elbow (ancon) he has draped most certainly a shawl or cloth. A quadruped seems to bit him in his thigh. Silvanus, horned god (Pan) [2nd-3rd century AD] - Split, Archaeological Museum - wm

The double-horned god Silvanus (with iconography of Pan) holds a panpipe or syrinx in his right hand and a bow in his left. Over his elbow (ancon) he has draped most certainly a shawl or cloth. A quadruped seems to bit him in his thigh. Silvanus, horned god (Pan) [2nd-3rd century AD] - Split, Archaeological Museum - wm

artmagnifique:  Box mirror with the head of Pan, late 4th century BCE, bronze. Hellenistic (Greek).

artmagnifique: Box mirror with the head of Pan, late 4th century BCE, bronze. Hellenistic (Greek).

The Vasa Museum, Stockholm, Sweden. Largest and most intact shipwreck in the world. Raised after more than 3 centuries in 1961. Sank to the bottom of Stockholm Harbor in 1628.

The Vasa Museum, Stockholm, Sweden. Largest and most intact shipwreck in the world. Raised after more than 3 centuries in 1961. Sank to the bottom of Stockholm Harbor in 1628.

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