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  Satyr - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Hence satyrs are most commonly described in Latin literature as having the upper half of a man and the lower half of a goat, with a goat's tail in place of the Greek tradition of horse-tailed satyrs.
The hare was the symbol of the shy and timid
However, the role of a child in Greek art might imply a further meaning for baby satyrs: Eros, the son of Aphrodite, is consistently represented as a child or baby, and Bacchus, the divine sponsor of satyrs, is seen in numerous works as a baby, often in the company of the satyrs.
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  Highbeam Encyclopedia - Search Results for Satyr
Satyrs were usually represented as being very hairy and having the tails and ears of a horse and often the horns and legs of a goat.
Satyrs and sileni are depicted in art and literature in...
The satyr was a popular ornament for furniture mounts in the 18th century, on table and chair legs and...
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 Satyr Sculpting Studio - Home Page
Saytr Sculpting Studio is an independent developer of small original figure sculptures previously known as Drew Williams Sculpting Studio.
Our particular strengths are in likeness, dynamic gesture, anatomical excellence, and overall quality and speed of service.
Satyr brand miniatures and other products will be displayed for direct sale in our Store page where you can place your order online.
www.satyrsculptingstudio.com   (197 words)

  
 Search Results for "Satyr"
Satyrs were usually represented as being very hairy...
Satyrs were famous for being constantly drunk and for chasing...
often Satyr Greek Mythology A woodland creature depicted as having the pointed ears, legs, and short horns of a goat and a fondness for unrestrained revelry.
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  Satyr
Satyrs are most commonly described as having the upper half of a man and the lower half of a goat or, less commonly, the lower half of a horse.
The hare was the symbol of the shy and timid satyr.
Roman satyrs were descibed as goatlike from the haunches to the hooves, and were often pictured with larger horns, even ram's horns.
www.sfcrowsnest.com /scifinder/a/Satyr.php   (1343 words)

  
 Satyr
Satyrs believe in letting their emotions run free; they often speak their mind, and do as they please, and are occasionally mystified by the negative ramifications of their actions.
Satyrs enjoy solitude when they need to be alone with their thoughts, but inevitably return to the company of others, ready to sample what life has to offer once again.
Satyrs are easy-going companions, for the most part, but their love of challenge and debate can alienate some Kithain who try and befriend them.
www.angelfire.com /rpg2/eternal_night/Satyr.html   (1172 words)

  
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SATYR has been rumored to be the nightmarish offspring borne from the hellish coupling of a Scottish farmer and his frightened goat companion.
Measuring 2.5 metres in height, the satyr is cast in a bronze alloy typical of Roman period castings yet rendered in the Hellenistic style.
Satyr plays were associated with tragedy; the fourth play in a tragedian's entry at the City Dionysia was a satyr play.
www.lycos.com /info/satyr.html   (441 words)

  
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Female satyr is roofs or ochreous-brown, vermiculated, blotched with fl and buff; shoulder of wing tinged with crimson, chin and throat whitish; breast and abdomen like back but lighter with large whitish shaft spots; tail rufous-brown, barred with fl and buff.
Satyr tragopan are on the 1st Class national protection status both in China as India as well.
Satyr tragopan is on appendix III of CITES.
membres.lycos.fr /tragopan/english/e_tragopan_satyr.htm   (488 words)

  
 Satyr - Monstropedia - the largest encyclopedia about monsters
Satyrs in Greek mythology are woodland creatures depicted as having the pointed ears, legs, and short horns of a goat and a fondness for unrestrained revelry.
Satyrs are most commonly described as having the upper half of a man and the lower half of a goat.
Satyrs are mythological nature entities that roamed the woods and mountains, and were the companions of Pan and Dionysus.
www.monstropedia.org /index.php?title=Satyr   (948 words)

  
 Satyr
220 BC Satyrs (Satyri) in Greek mythology are half-man half-beast nature spirits that haunted the woods and mountains, companions of Pan and Dionysus.
Satyrs are male followers, the female followers of Dionysus are maenads.
Satyrs are not immortal, for satyrs were killed in the mythical Indian war campaign of Dionysus.
www.mlahanas.de /Greeks/Mythology/Satyr.html   (1055 words)

  
 Mitchell Satyr Butterfly fact sheet
A distinctive series of orange-ringed fl circular eyespots with silvery centers are located on the lower surfaces of both pairs of wings.
Historically, the Mitchell's satyr was found in New Jersey, Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, and possibly Maryland.
Habitat - The Mitchell's satyr is restricted to rare wetlands called fens which are low nutrient systems that receive carbonate-rich ground water from seeps and springs.
www.fws.gov /Midwest/Endangered/insects/mitchell.html   (642 words)

  
 Satyr   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The half-human, half-goat satyrs are a race of pleasure-loving beings, Like the sylvan locations they dwell in, satyrs are personifications of nature, embodiments of all that is wild and carefree.
Satyrs have the head, torso, and arms of a human, with the hind legs of a goat.
Satyrs are very impulsive, and are generally unreliable companions despite their good intentions.
members.aol.com /Slivara/Satyr.html   (327 words)

  
 DNR - Mitchell's Satyr Butterfly (Neonympha mitchellii mitchellii)
DNR - Mitchell's Satyr Butterfly (Neonympha mitchellii mitchellii)
The Mitchell's satyr lives in these unique systems and is listed as endangered by both the state of Michigan and the federal government.
Prairie fens and their Mitchell's satyr populations are very sensitive to changes in groundwater and surface water flow.
www.michigan.gov /dnr/0,1607,7-153-10370_12145_12204-33013--,00.html   (265 words)

  
 How to Make a Satyr Page 01
Satyr, also called Fawns or Pans, are a race of creatures that look and act like little versions of the Greek God Pan.
Satyr are a standard monster race in the Dungeons and Dragons monster manual (later supplements included rules for them as PCs), and a standard kith (race) in White Wolf’s Changeling: The Dreaming.
One of the benefits of Satyr is not needing to use make up, and if you follow the instructions here, not needing to use spirit gum or liquid latex either.
www.larpmag.com /Issue01_April_06/hotmakeasatyr01.htm   (1398 words)

  
 Satyr - WoWWiki, the Warcraft wiki
During the Third War, the satyr fought with the Legion and the Scourge against the Horde and the Alliance.
Athough satyr are usually thought of as a race of demons, some unique satyr are classified as humanoids for inexplicable reasons.
It is possible that these satyr have somehow established a spiritual connection with Azeroth, or that they have severed their bond with their demonic masters.
www.wowwiki.com /Satyr   (658 words)

  
 Satyr
Satyr was laid down as LST-852 on 16 August 1944 by the Chicago Bridge and Iron Co., Seneca, 111.; launched on 13 November 1944; and commissioned on 27 November 1944, Lt. Wm.
In October, Satyr again moved into the Gulf of Thailand; and, from then into January 1970, she operated in the vicinity of the Song Ong Doc.
Satyr earned 2 campaign stars for her service during the Korean Conflict and 3 for her service in the Vietnam War.
www.history.navy.mil /danfs/s6/satyr.htm   (1012 words)

  
 Horizons: Empire of Istaria   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Satyr date back to the Age of the Gods, as they are thought to have taken part in the struggles between the races during that time.
Physically, the Satyr have the rough shape of humans with the grace and countenance of the Elves.
Satyr in general are more in tune with grace and poise than brute strength, and the same is said of their practice of magic.
www.istaria.com /races.php?race=Satyrs   (1042 words)

  
 Satyr
Saint Francis' Satyr habitat consists primarily of open wet meadows, interspersed with woody stems, and dominated by a high diversity of sedges (Carex spp.) and other wetland graminoids.
The Saint Francis' Satyr is one of the rarest and least known American butterflies.
However, the Saint Francis' satyr was not included as part of the listing because its status had not been as thoroughly documented as its northern cousin.
www.bragg.army.mil /esb/satyr.htm   (495 words)

  
 Mythography | Satyrs in Myth and Art
Satyrs were male creatures who inhabited woodlands and forests in Greek mythology.
In addition, the satyrs as a group were passionately fond of females - especially nymphs, those gentle and beautiful nature spirits.
Sileni are another type of mythological being but are closely related to the satyr in appearance and mannerisms (it should be mentioned that Sileni sometimes also have the ears and tail of a horse).
www.loggia.com /myth/satyr.html   (396 words)

  
 Interview Saytricon
Satyr, vocalist and namesake, of the band Satyricon is one of the few remaining true fl metal musicians.
Satyr: Well, we recorded half of an album and what we did was of spectacular quality.
Satyr: Yes, we finally have everything sorted out so the next time we come to America, it will definitely be with Frost.
www.fourteeng.net /satyricon2.html   (1636 words)

  
 Satyr Father of Pria
It was an exhausting task, but one Satyr willingingly took on for he felt strongly that a god’s lot in life was to serve the people and to lift their burdens.
Satyr was such a goodie goodie to the other gods that they were heartily sick of him.
Satyr drifted for centuries, curled inside himself so hurt by what he had caused that he did not want to exist.
members.tripod.com /~LadyMagic/Satyr.html   (580 words)

  
 The Satyr   (Site not responding. Last check: )
A wild creature of Greek legend whose bottom half is that of a beast, usually including a goat's tail, flanks, and hooves, and whose top half is that of a man. The Roman version of the satyr is the Faun, a disciple of the god Faunus.
Satyrs are closely associated with the god Dionysus and known for their debauchery.
The female counterpart of the satyr is the nymph.
www.askyewolfe.com /Satyr.html   (106 words)

  
 Dancing Satyr - Best of Sicily Magazine
The two-legged satyrs (Greek saturos) were goat-men, usually similar to the caprine sileni, but sometimes depicted as entirely human except for having the ears, horns, hooves and tails of goats.
Usually priapic, the satyr was said to be lecherous, and a band of dancing, happy satyrs accompanied the drunken god Dionysos.
The most famous of the satyrs was Pan, the ugly "lesser" god who played the reed "Pan" pipes, and who struck fear into the hearts of woodland nymphs and other young women.
www.bestofsicily.com /mag/art123.htm   (433 words)

  
 Satyricon Interview
Satyr shared his views on the Industry, clarified why Frost is having issues entering the U.S., what fuels his fire and offers an interesting take on the root of Dimebag's senseless and untimely killing as we all hope not to change the way we attend metal shows...
Satyr: No they have been okay, it all depends on the questions that are being asked.
Satyr: Actually I been on tour so much and nothing really surprises me. The biggest challenge is that here in America, Satyricon is fairly new and a lot of the songs that get the crowd going in Europe don’t really do the same here.
www.fourteeng.net /satyricon.html   (1474 words)

  
 Satyr :: d20srd.org
A satyr’s hair is red or chestnut brown, while its hooves and horns are jet fl.
A satyr expecting trouble is likely to be armed with a bow and a dagger and typically looses arrows from hiding, weakening an enemy before closing.
When it plays, all creatures within a 60-foot spread (except satyrs) must succeed on a DC 13 Will save or be affected by charm person, sleep, or fear (caster level 10th; the satyr chooses the tune and its effect).
www.d20srd.org /srd/monsters/satyr.htm   (487 words)

  
 Satyrs
In Greek mythology the satyrs are deities of the woods and mountains.
They are the companions of Dionysus, the god of wine, and they spent their time drinking, dancing, and chasing nymphs.
The Italian version of the satyr is the faun, while the Slavic version is the Ljeschi.
www.pantheon.org /articles/s/satyrs.html   (99 words)

  
 Bible Study - Satyr
Satyr (in Greek pronounced satyros and in Latin satyrus) was the name given to a half-man and half-goat idol of the ancient Greeks (see Ancient Empires - Greece) and Romans (see Ancient Empires - Rome).
The word is also sometimes used to translate the Hebrew word of the Scriptures pronounced saw-eer meaning a shaggy goat, which referred to an idol, in the form of a goat, that the Israelites foolishly involved themselves with.
For the Levites left their common lands and their holdings and came to Judah and Jerusalem, because Jeroboam and his sons cast them out from serving as priests of The Lord, and he appointed his own priests for the high places, and for the satyrs, and for the calves which he had made.
www.keyway.ca /htm2003/20030526.htm   (358 words)

  
 Latin 1 - Mythology - Creatures and Monsters - Satyr
Silenus, who was the oldest of the Satyrs is said to have tutored Dionysus.
One of the most famous Satyrs was Pan, a son of Hermes and a nymph.
Pan was a joyful Satyr who loved dancing and playing on the shepherds pipe, an instrument he invented, as told in the love story of Pan and Syrinx.
www.dl.ket.org /latin1/mythology/2creatures/satyr.htm   (338 words)

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