National Geographic : 1912 Jan
THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE Copyright, 1912, by the National Geographic Magazine NO. 2. STATUETTE OF A SATYR ABOUT TO RUN: HEIGHT, 35 CENTIMETERS The expression and action in this bronze are remarkable, as well as the scowl on the brow, the slightly opened lips, and the dilated nostrils. One cannot help thinking of the "Dying Gaul" in the Museum of the Capitol at Rome. Pliny informs us that the Gauls wore long hair, which made them resemble Pan or Satyrs.