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Ipotane Silenus

The typical Ipotane looked overall human, but had the legs, hindquarters, tail, and ears The definition given above would fit ἱππότης λεώς — "horse-people".

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Statue of a drunken Silenus, 2nd century, Louvre museum (Ma 291).
Ancient Greek Mythology
Ipotane - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In Greek mythology, Ipotanes were a race of half-horse, half-humans; the original version of the satyr.
File:Head of Silenus - Project Gutenberg eText 19115.png
File:Head of Silenus - Project Gutenberg eText 19115.
Silenus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
"Sileni" redirects here. For Šílení, see Lunacy (film).

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