London, South Kensington
25 April 2001
A GREEK BRONZE FIGURE OF ITHYPHALLIC PAN
5TH-4TH CENTURY B.C.
The goatee-bearded god with pointed ears and remains of horns above, standing with his left arm raised holding an object (now missing) with remains of a rivet on upturned palm, the lower half of his goat-like body shown with a shaggy pelt and erect phallus, hooves and right forearm missing, mounted
5½ in. (14 cm.) high
H. Cahn, Kunstwerke der Antike, Münzen und Medaillen, Auktion, XXVI, 5 October 1963, p. 13, no. 23, pl. 7.
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