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SPILLING THE CUP OF HERMES

Updated: Sep 1, 2021

From Robert Sepehr

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PAN -- God of nature, the wild, shepherds, flocks, of mountain wilds, and is often associated with sexuality


Pan teaching his "eromenos", the shepherd Daphnis, to play the pan flute.


(The word eromenos describes an adolescent boy who is the passive (or "receptive", "subordinate") partner in a homosexual relationship (usually between males), opposite to the word erastes (to love, the older and active partner) in Ancient Greece.


DAPHNIS: In Greek Mythology, a Sicilian Shepherd who is said to be the inventor of pastoral poetry.


Roman copy of Greek original C. 100 BC, found in Pompeii.


Pan's parents: HERMES and Driope, Aphrodite, or Penelope


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