Satyr   - in ancient sources @

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  Satyr   - a half-human creature, companion of the god Dionysus
Wikipedia entry
  + Satyrs , Satyrus
Aelian:NA_16.15 arrot, the Sphinx-ape, and the Satyrs,* as they are call
Aelian:NA_16.21 ay, creatures resembling Satyrs roam at large; their whole
Alcaeus_16.8 again as it did previously, O Satyr, son of a Nymph. For
AnthPal_16.248 UNGER) & { F 6 } & On a Satyr engraved on a Cup Diodorus
AnthPal_3.1 ven, preceded by Hermes, Satyrs, and Sileni escorting them
AnthPal_9.248 ing with the Maenads and Satyrs to holy Olympus, looking
AnthPal_9.775 made the son of Cronus a Satyr, and he rushes to the frenz
AnthPal_9.826 LATO & { F 22b } & On a Satyr standing by a Well and Love
Archias_7.696 G-P 17 } & Poor Satyr {Marsyas} who did dwell on the
Athen_* 05.197-200 * were followed by Satyrs, twenty in each division of the
Athen_5.210 er, and has the faces of Satyrs and large heads of oxen
Athen_6.267 Omphale, speaking of the Satyr, says - & How rich in slave
Athen_13.591 take the Eros, or the Satyr which is in the street call
Athen_14.630 treatise on Dances ; and the Satyrs are called Sicinnist
DioscEpigr_7.37 les. A statue of a Satyr is supposed to speak - the Satyr
DioscEpigr_7.707 red-bearded Scirtus the Satyr, guard the body of Sositheu
LeonTar_6.44 To the must-drinking Satyrs and to Bacchus the planter
Lucill_11.194 the hills, and to the Satyrs and to the holy Hamadryads
Memn_28 rcourse with her, and fathered Satyrus and other sons by
PsCallisth_1.35 in his dreams a Satyr, one of the servants of Dionysus,
PsCallisth_3.17 figures of Pan and the Satyrs, who were musicians, and

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