Pan   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Pan   - a Greek god of nature
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Wikipedia entry
130/13b OGIS_132, a dedication to Pan by Soterichos.
    Within translations:
Athen_04.175 in his Birth of Pan, says - & But he, can you believe
Athen_10.420 sons of most excellent Pan, & I, as you see, have quite
Athen_10.421 as Amphis says, in his Pan: nor does it produce insolenc
Athen_15.694 the loud shout to Pan, Arcadia's king; & Praise to the
Callim:Epigr_45 is something hidden, by Pan, there is, yes, by Dionysus,
CIL_1.552 Marsyas dancing with Little Pan. [a] Marsyas. [b] L
Inscr_85 (late 3rd century)   icate this to Pan Euagros Epēkoös {"of-th
Julian:Mis_338 hose who with the aid of Pan and Calliope composed poems
Just_43.1 us, whom the Greeks call Pan, and the Romans Lupercus, the
Polyaen_01.2.1 hout any further danger. [2] & Pan. Pan, a general of Dion
PsCallisth_3.17 olden images, figures of Pan and the Satyrs, who were musi
Syll_314 (c. 320 +)   n Agias was priest of Pan, these were the victor
Vit:Arat_1 Properties, a Hymn to Pan, Weather Signs, Scythicon and
Vit:Arat_3 read to him his poem to Pan of Arcadia, and then at the


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