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"Silene" (details from "Silene and infant Dionysus / Bacchus") (see related A), Roman copy found in the Cyclades, Greece (known as Praxiteles ) Louvre Museum, Paris, France
This probably relates to the work by Praxiteles of IV c. B.C. - It depicts an old satyr, or silene, or demon, who was a companion of Dionysus.