Greek God of Nature, Music, & Fertility

He is the son of the nymph Dryope and either Hermes or Dionysus.

Notable Stories Involving Him:
He is often depicted as having the head and torso of a man, but the legs and horns of a goat.

Sacred Symbols:
His attribute is a syrinx, or a set of pan pipes.

Pan Around the World:
His Roman equivalent is Faunus.

SOURCES: Greek, Encyclopedia Mythica, & Wikipedia