|Museum Collection||Musée du Louvre, Paris|
|Catalogue No.||Louvre Ma266|
|Original / Copy||Roman copy of a Greek statue from group by Heliodorus of Rhodes C2nd B.C.|
The god Pan sits holding a flute and pine-cone(?) in his hands. He has the horns and shaggy legs of a goat, and a rather savage visage. The statue was originally part of a sculpture group depicting the instruction of the bucolic poet Daphnis.