Pan and Apollo, 19th Century illustration

Pan and Apollo, 19th Century illustration

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Caption: Pan and Apollo. 1898 engraving from a painting by the Italian painter Annibale Caracci (1560-1609) of the Greek gods Pan (left) and Apollo (right). Pan is the god of the wild, hunting and 'rustic' music. Apollo is the son of Zeus and god of light, music, truth and prophecy.

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