Roman: Dionysiac

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Cornelian ringstone, shape F1.

11x9x1.5.

A plump silen with dress wrapped around his waist, is playing double pipes before a phallic body-herm on a pillar, with a thyrsos leaning against it. Ground line.

1st cent. BC

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63

Cornelian ringstone, shape C3.

15x12x3.5.

A young satyr with goat tail seated on an animal skin - muzzle and forelegs visible. He has a spiky wreath and holds a syrinx.

2nd/1st cent BC.

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64

Brownish quartz ringstone, shape F2.

12x10.5x2

A young satyr with goat tail kneels to adjust a phallic body-herm. Ground line.

1st cent. BC.

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65

Lapis lazuli ringstone, shape F7.

14x10x2.

An elderly man (satyr?) with a cloak over one arm, holding a thyrsos and a bunch of grapes> behind him a vine with a bunch of grapes, before him a wicker basket full of bunches. Ground line.

1st/2nd cent. AD.

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66

Cornelian ringstone, shape B4.

16x12.5x4.5.

Horned Pan with goat legs steps forward holding out a ram's head, and on his other arm a lagobolon and goatskin. Ground line.

1st cent. BC.

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67

Garnet ringstone, shape C8.

A young satyr/Pan with goat tail and legs but no horns, skips forward playing a down-turned Phrygian pipe. Short ground line.

1st cent. BC.

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68

Cornelian?

14x11

Bust of a young satyr wearing an animal skin and shouldering a lagobolon.

Type of the 1st cent. BC, probably a modern copy.

No image available

69

Amethyst ringstone, shape A2.

15x10x5

Bust of a lightly dressed maenad, wearing a wreath of flowers and with a small-headed thyrsos over her shoulder. Inscribed in Greek: PA.

2nd/1st cent. BC.

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