Pan   - in ancient sources @

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  Pan   - a Greek god of nature
Wikipedia entry
  + Pans
130/13b OGIS_132, a dedication to Pan by Soterichos.
    Within translations:
Aelian:NA_11.6   territory there is a shrine of Pan; Aule is the name of
Alcaeus_16.226   20 } & On a Statue of Pan O Pan, who walk on the mounta
AnthPal_6.11   hree crafts, dedicate to Pan, Damis the huntsman this long
AnthPal_6.34   hung here as a gift to Pan the club, the bow and these
AnthPal_6.37   by the road, a pretty toy for Pan who protects the glossy
AnthPal_6.96   laughtered for Cyllenian Pan, the mountain-lover, a horned
AnthPal_6.106   hand. But do you, Pan, god of the hills, receive these
AnthPal_6.108   MYRINUS & { Ph 1 } & Ye Pans, keepers of the high mountai
AnthPal_6.158   the green-wood tree, to Pan a goat, roses to the Nymphs,
AnthPal_6.170   fell thirst, are dedicated to Pan. [171] Anonymous & {
AnthPal_6.182-187 *   Pigres dedicates to you, Pan, his nets for birds, Damis
AnthPal_6.196   pasus the line-fisher offer to Pan, as the first-fruits
AnthPal_6.315   inted me the goat-footed Pan, the friend of Bacchus and
AnthPal_6.317   and the draped Nymphs, but me, Pan, he carved of Pentelic
AnthPal_7.703   whose piping is equal to Pan's, sleeps under the shady pin
AnthPal_9.142   } & We worship horned Pan, the walker on the crags, the
AnthPal_9.217   prancing round shepherd Pan, the denizen of the forest?
AnthPal_9.226   waxen vessels so that Pan, the saviour of the bees and
AnthPal_9.237   rdsman, tell me by Pan whose is this colossal statue of
AnthPal_9.249   CCIUS & { Ph 9 } & I am Pan; and established here at the
AnthPal_9.317   lenus. "I swear by Pan I did, and I was laughing all the
AnthPal_9.341   "Yes, yes, piper Pan, and on the back of that poplar tre
AnthPal_9.556   556] ZONAS & { Ph 8 } & Pan is the Speaker Nereids, Nymph
AnthPal_9.823   ewes newly lambed ; for Pan himself plays on his sweet-to
AnthPal_9.824   where dwells mountain Pan, good luck to you in the chas
AnthPal_10.11   hether you kill hares, call on Pan. Pan shows the hound
AnthPal_16.12   78 } & On a Statue of Pan Come and sit under my pine
AnthPal_16.13   eside my plashing stream Pan's pipe shall bring slumber
AnthPal_16.17   nonymous & { F 76 } & O Pan, sound a holy air to the feed
AnthPal_16.189   8 } & On a Statue of Pan Having left the slopes of Mae
AntipSid_6.14   brothers dedicated to Pan these implements of their cra
AntipSid_6.15   dedicated these nets to Pan : Clitor his fishing nets,
AntipSid_16.178   their chieftain, horned Pan of Acroria, an unscathed head
AntipThes_6.109   rchomenus, gives to you, Pan the Scout, this scrap of his
AntipThes_16.305   witness the horned god {Pan} of Arcadia, who chanted one
Anyte_16.231   { G-P 19 } & On a Statue of Pan A. "Why, rural Pan, thu
Anyte_16.291   3 } & To shock-headed Pan and the Nymphs of the sheepfo
Apollonid_16.235   { G-P 31 } & On a Statue of Pan I am the country-folk's
Archias_6.16   & { G-P 4 } & To you, Pan the scout, the three brothers
Archias_6.179-181 *   theme of 6.16 To rustic Pan three brothers dedicate these
Archias_10.10   rmen dedicated me. Pan, here on this holy cliff, Pan of
Archias_16.154   friend, the companion of Pan, singing back to us a respons
Athen_4.175   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   Raise the loud shout to Pan Arcadia king;
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
Crinag_6.232   offers a modest feast to Pan with the shepherd's crook,
Crinag_6.253   you, echoing shrine of Pan crowned with pine-leaves, the
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
LeonTar_6.13   { G-P 46 } & Huntsman Pan, the three brothers dedicated
LeonTar_6.35   offering to goat-hoofed Pan the goat-treader, and the cru
LeonTar_6.154   these things to rustic Pan, and Bacchus the reveller,
LeonTar_6.188   ese his hare-staves to Lycaean Pan on the Arcadian cliff.
LeonTar_6.221   man or beast. To Pan the god of the mountain peaks they
LeonTar_6.334   of the sheep, and you, Pan, lord of the peak where the
LeonTar_9.337   game. Call on me, Pan the ranger of this forest, from the
LeonTar_16.307   . Translated by D.L.Page: To Pan of Acroria and the .
Lucill_11.194   & { F 77 } & To Pan who loves the cave, and the Nymphs
Meleager_5.139   the melody, by Arcadian Pan, that you strike from your
Meleager_7.196   ome strain responsive to Pan's pipe, that I may escape fro
Meleager_7.535   longer do I, goat-footed Pan, desire to dwell among the
Meleager_12.128   the mountains to please Pan the goat-mounter ; and you,
Nicand:Ge_69   ext Oaks, the delight of Pan, says Nicander in the second
Nicarch_6.31   this as a common gift to Pan the goat-treader, to Dionysus
Nicarch_9.330   "I am goat-footed Pan, whom Simon put up by the clear wat
Philip_6.99   therd dedicated you, the Pan he carved from a barkless bee
Philip_6.107   tsman Gelon dedicates to Pan, the ranger of the forest,
Phld:Epigr_16.234   ows me to be goat-horned Pan, the breast and belly tell
Plin:HN_5.7   with the wanton gambols of Goat-Pans and Satyrs, and echoes with
Plin:HN_7.204   of winds; [204] Amphion music, Pan son of Mercury the pipe
Plin:HN_35.62   city of Agrigentum and his Pan to Archelaus. [63] He also
Plin:HN_35.106   pictures of Alexander and of Pan. He also made bronze statues,
Plin:HN_35.144   Quoit, a Clytemnestra, a Young Pan, a Polynices Claiming the
Plin:HN_36.29   makers of the Olympus and Pan and the 'Chiron With Achilles'
Plin:HN_36.35   in the same place the 'Pan and Olympus Wrestling', which is
Polyaen_1.2.1   hout any further danger. [2] & Pan. Pan, a general of Dion
Polyaen_1.2.2   lieved of his worries by Pan, who ordered the whole army,
PsCallisth_3.17   olden images, figures of Pan and the Satyrs, who were musi
SelPap_3.107   (3) To Pan of Acroria * and the
Simonid_16.232   } & On the Statue of Pan erected by Miltiades Miltiade
Syll_314   (c. 320 +)   n Agias was priest of Pan, these were the victor
THI_85   (late 3rd century)   icate this to Pan Euagros Epēkoös {"of-th
THI_175.A   Hera and Athena Polias and Pan Arogos on the first day
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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