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Greek god who was eventually brought into the retinue of Dionysus, son of Hermes, who was born with the legs, horns, and beard of a goat. He was considered to be the protector of flocks and agriculture, particularly the vine and the olive. Pan taught the art of bee‐keeping.

Subjects: Classical Studies.

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