Pan and Venus, 1865 – by Adolphe-Alexandre Lesrel.
Amazing Pan and Nymph statue. This is called “A song to Nature”. Located on the Mary Schenley Memorial Fountain, sculpted by Victor D. Brenner.
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Another ceiling fresco mural at The Royal Palace of Caserta (a former royal residence in Caserta, southern Italy, constructed for the Bourbon kings of Naples).
A very Dionysian Pan depicted in a ceiling fresco mural at The Royal Palace of Caserta (a former royal residence in Caserta, southern Italy, constructed for the Bourbon kings of Naples).
An enchanting cave in Kefalonia (Western Greece), located at Karavomilo near Sami. In antiquity the lake was a place of worship for the god Pan and the nymph Melissanthi. According to story, Melissanthi drowned herself in the lake over her unrequited love of Pan. There is also a shrine dedicated to Pan, where the findings included a clay figure of Pan, a plate depicting dancing nymphs, a clay tablet depicting a procession of nymphs and a small tablet with a relief carving of a female figure. These findings are now on display at Argostoli Archaeological Museum.
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Pan – Unknown location
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Old mosaic depicting Pan and Eros.
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