The goat hooved and lusty king of the Arcadian satyrs, the original Horned One, he was closely identified with Dionysos and the cult of wine and ecstacy. The magnificent Renaissance image shows him carrying wine jug at hip and a cornucopia upon his shoulder. His open mouth induces panic as he utters the fearsome cry of Pan. The first tragedy (Greek, Tragoidos, Goat Song) told the sacred story of his death and resurrection. Identical with Faunus, Silenus, Silvenus, he is the quintessential woodland god, demonized by the church to diminish his powerful influence on pagans or "rural dwellers" across Europe.
Wildwood Pan Statue
The Piper at the Gates of Dawn. The goat-footed God Himself inspired this modern reconstruction of the divine guardian of the flock and fields. He projects the lusty sensuality of the Primal Male in his roles as progenitor and protector of the Wildwood. This modern interpretation is by Oberon Zell and is 6-1/2 inches tall, cast in polyresin.
Item #: HPAN, Price: $39.99
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