Relief of a Satyr before a Herm



Relief .showing a Satyr before a herm of a horned and goat eared bearded god either Silenus or Pan. The satyr has no beard and wears an animal skin, tied around his neck and hanging down his back, He holds a pedum (shepherd's crook) in his left hand. In his right hand he holds an offering to the herm, possibly a basket of honeycomb. He stands in front of a furniture piece with a voluted lid. Above the two figures there is a fruit and berries garland hanging from two bucrania (bull skulls).