Weathered composition stone statue of a faun or satyr playing a flute. The name faun is derived from Faunus, an ancient Roman deity of forests, fields, and herds, usually depicted as a half man half-goat being with cloven hooves and sometimes horns. The statue has a weathered appearance and comes in two pieces, the log and the faun itself.
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