Silenus

Greek - A satyr. King of Nysa. Son of Pan or of Hermes by Calypso. Son of Gaea, some say. Father of Pholus. A fat, jovial fellow who rode on a donkey because he was usually too drunk to walk. He was the tutor and friend of Dionysus. He was once captured by Midas who tried to extract from him the secret of life. On occassion, referred to as Silenus, Papposilenus, Papposilenus, Silenus, Seilinus, Seilinus, Sileinos, Sileinos, Silen, Silen, Silenus or Silenus.
Greek - One of a race of beings, part horse, part man, who unlike the Centaurs, had horses' ears and walked on 2 feet. Occasionally identified as Silenus, Papposilenus, Papposilenus, Silenus, Seilinus, Seilinus, Sileinos, Sileinos, Silen, Silen, Silenus or Silenus.

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