Pan's head.
Marble. Roman copy of the 2nd century A.D. Greek original by Polycletus, c. 420 B.C.
Pan, a shepherd deity with goat feet, was first represented in human form in the late fifth century B.C. in the work of Polycletus. The beastly essence is marked only by a hint, with sharp animal ears and ram's horns.
Pan's head. Marble. Roman copy of the 2nd century A.D. Greek original by Polycletus, c. 420 B.C. Pan, a shepherd deity with goat feet, was first represented in human form in the late fifth century B.C. in the work of Polycletus. The beastly essence is marked only by a hint, with sharp animal ears and ram's horns.
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