Satyr Pan Panas Greek Roman Statue Handmade Alabaster Male Figure 8.6″ 22cm
Satyr Greek Roman Mythology Statue Handmade Alabaster Nude Male Figure 8.6″ 22 cm
Height: 8.6 inches (22 cm)
Width: 3 inches (7.6 cm)
Depth: 2.5 inches (6.4 cm)
Weight: 0.65 lbs (293 gr)
THE SATYROI (Satyrs) were rustic fertility spirits of the countryside and wilds. They consorted with the Nymphai (Nymphs) and were companions of the gods Dionysos, Hermes, Hephaistos, Pan, Rhea-Kybele and Gaia.
Satyroi were depicted as animalistic men with asinine ears, pug noses, reclining hair-lines, the tails of horses and erect members. As companions of Dionysos they were usually shown drinking, dancing, playing flutes and sporting with the Mainades (Maenads).
Some of the more specific types of Satyroi were the Panes (goat-legged satyrs), Seilenoi (Silens) (elderly satyrs), Satyriskoi (Satyrisci) (child satyrs), and Tityroi (flute-playing satyrs).
Actors dressed as Satyroi formed the choruses of the so-called Satyr-plays which were performed at the festivals of the god Dionysos.
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