Pan (meethologie)

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Pan
God o Nayture, the Wild, Shepherds, Flocks, Gaits, o Moontain Wilds, an is eften associatit wi sexuality
PanandDaphnis.jpg
Pan teachin his eromenos, the shepherd Daphnis, tae play the pipes, 2nt century AD Roman copy o Greek oreeginal c. 100 BC, foond in Pompeii
Abode Arcadia
Symbol Pan flute, gait
Personal Information
Consort Syrinx, Echo, Pitys
Childer Silenos, Iynx, Krotos, Xanthus (oot o Twal)
Parents mony variations includin: Hermes an Driope, Aphrodite, Penelope, or Hecate
Siblins Satyrs, Laertes, Circe, Maenads
Roman equivalent Faunus

In Greek releegion an meethology, Pan (Auncient Greek: Πάν, Pan) is the god o the wild, shepherds an flocks, naitur o moontain wilds an rustic muisic, an companion o the nymphs.[1]

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. Edwin L. Brown, "The Lycidas of Theocritus Idyll 7", Harvard Studies in Classical Philology, 1981:59–100.