Pan, the God of the Shepherds
Pan was a lascivious Satyr of the mountains and the God of the Shepherds and the Flocks
Family of Pan
Appearance of Pan
Pan was an ugly satyr with a long beard, sharp ears, goat legs and horns. Almost none thought highly of Pan, not even his mother, who run away horrified and full of disgust when she saw Pan for the very first time.
However, Pan was actually a kind-hearted god. Many times he is depicted holding a pipe, delighting the gods with his divine melodies. His sacred tree was the pine tree.
Pan means "all" in the Greek language
The modern word "panic" was named in Pan's honour, since a sudden appearance of his would easily cause overwhelming fear and terror.