Alternatively Satyroi, Ljeschi, Faun and Fawn.
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, and the Slavic version is the Ljeschi.
Satyrs are closely associated with the god Dionysus and known for their debauchery. The female counterpart of the satyr is the nymph. According to Aristotle, satyrs and nymphs were not immortal, but had a long live, as well as merry, supposedly living for a thousand years.
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Sources: (1) Cooper, J.C. (Editor), Brewer's Book of Myth and Legend, Cassell Academic Publishing; (2) Evans, Bergen, Dictionary of Mythology, Dell Publishing Co., Inc.; (3) Dixon-Kennedy, Mike, Encyclopedia of Greco-Roman Mythology, ABC-Clio Inc. Publishers.
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