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Clay satyr from Kallion

Terracotta statue of a young satyr. It was found in Kallion and dates to the Hellenistic period. The young satyr wears an ivy wreath on his hair, a short chiton and an animal's skin on the chest; with his right hand he pours a libation out of a cylix whereas his left hand is raised to hold a thyrsos (not extant today).