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" ... these are the marks, in very manifold gradations, however, of the figures which were called satyrs in the genuine language of Greek poetry and art, from which the Roman poets first ventured to depart, who identified them with the Boman fauni, who... "
Handbook of Archaeology: Egyptian-Greek-Etruscan-Roman - Seite 228
von Hodder Michael Westropp - 1878 - 600 Seiten
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The History of Ancient Art, Band 2

Johann Joachim Winckelmann - 1849
...its different degrees. It begins in the young Satyrs or Fauns, as humble conceptions of divinities.* The most beautiful statues of Fauns present to us...image of ripe, beautiful youth, in perfect proportion. They are distinguished from young heroes by a common profile, and a somewhat sunken nose, — so that...
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The History of Ancient Art Among the Greeks

Johann Joachim Winckelmann - 1850 - 254 Seiten
...its different degrees. It begins in the young Satyrs or Fauns, as humble conceptions of divinities0. The most beautiful statues of Fauns present to us...image of ripe, beautiful youth, in perfect proportion. They are distinguished from young c Plate 2, A, B. A is the profile of a young Faun of the noblest...
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A New Classical Dictionary of Biography, Mythology, and Geography: Partly ...

William Smith - 1850 - 832 Seiten
...of February. As the god manifested himself in various ways, the idea arose of a plurality of Fauns (Fauni), who are described as half men, half goats, and with horns. Fauuus gradually came to be identified with the Arcadiuu Pan, and the Fauni with the Greek Satyrs....
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Ancient Art and Its Remains: Or a Manual of the Archaeology of Art

Karl Otfried Müller - 1850 - 526 Seiten
...the Roman poets first ventured to 3 depart. Sometimes, however, the satyrs rise into very поЫе slender shapes, which are scarcely betrayed by anything but the pointed ears; the name of Ampelus, the cupbearer of DionysW 4 may be here fittingly referred to. The more decided...
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Ancient Art and Its Remains: Or, A Manual of the Archæology of Art

Karl Otfried Müller - 1852 - 636 Seiten
...the genuine language of Greek poetry and art, from which the Roman poets first ventured to 3 depart. Sometimes, however, the satyrs rise into very noble...scarcely betrayed by anything but the pointed ears; the name of Ampelus, the cupbearer of Dionysus, 4 may be here fittingly referred to. The more decided...
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Ancient Art and Its Remains: Or, A Manual of the Archaeology of Art

Karl Otfried Müller - 1852 - 636 Seiten
...the genuine language of Greek poetry and art, from which the Roman poets first ventured to 3 depart. Sometimes, however, the satyrs rise into very noble...scarcely betrayed by anything but the pointed ears ; the name of Ampelus, the cupbearer of Dionysus, 4 may be here fittingly referred to. The more decided...
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A classical dictionary of biography [&c.].

sir William Smith - 1858
...February. — As the god manifested himself in various ways, the idea arose of a plurality of Fauns (Fauni), who are described as half men, half goats, and with horns. Faunus gradually came to be identified with the Arcadian Pan, and the Fauni with the Greek Satyrs....
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Handbook of Archæology: Egyptian--Greek--Etruscan--Roman

Hodder Michael Westropp - 1867 - 458 Seiten
...poetry and art, from which the Roman poets first ventured to depart, who identified them with the Roman fauni, who are described as half men, half goats,...anything but the pointed ears. Winkelman says, " The mast beautiful statues of fauns present to us an image of ripe beautiful youth, in perfect proportion....
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A New Classical Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography,mythology and ...

Sir William Smith - 1871 - 1039 Seiten
...of February. As the god manifested himself in various ways, the idea arose of a plurality of Fauns (Fauni), who are described as half men, half goats, and with horns. Faunus gradually came to be identified with the Arcadian Pan, aud the Fauni with the Greek Satyrs....
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A Smaller Classical Dictionary of Biography, Mythology, and Geography

William Smith - 1877 - 438 Seiten
...to the female. As the god manifested himself in various ways, the idea arose of a plurality of Fauns (Fauni), who are described as half men, half goats, and with horns. Fanmia gradually came to be identified with the ArFAUSTA. 166 FIMBKIA. cadinn Pan, and the Fauui with...
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