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In mythology, Pan [from Greek Πάν] is god of mountains and rural life. His cult is originally from Arcadia. In the Homeric Hymn dedicated to him is said to be the son of Hermes and the nymph Driope, companion of Dionysus and mountain nymphs, protector of livestock, lover of dance and music. Equipped with horns and goat's feet, loves the woods and springs, is the patron saint of meridian rest, during which is able to instill the fear 'panic'. [https://www.treccani.it/enciclopedia/pan]