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Pan was a god in Greek mythology.

To the Greeks, the legend of Capricorn became a half man and half goat fawn represented by Pan. (PROSE: Introduction and links)

Pan was aligned with the planet El Mundo. (PROSE: The Rise & Fall of Señor 105)

Sin Yen pictured herself dancing with Pan in a secret glade deep in the darkest wood. (PROSE: Rags)

...she danced with the cloven-hoofed one. And now He took her in his arms and smiled a wicked smile and the horns curved back into the tangled bramble-hair and the eyes, oh my God, the eyes... such fierce beauty she had never beheld. [src]

A satyr that resembled Pan guarded Persephone while she was imprisoned. Satyrs reminded Alistair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart of the drawing of Pan in The Wind in the Willows. (PROSE: Deadly Reunion)

Olive Hawthorne had a book with a picture of the horned god Pan. (PROSE: Doctor Who and the Dæmons)

The Third Doctor knew that the word "panic" came from fear of the pagan god Pan and it was usually experienced in woods and open places. (PROSE: Catastrophea) Paul Hamani knew that followers of Pan worked themselves into a frenzy. (PROSE: Seeing I)

In the City of the Saved, a Remake of the Great God Pan was dying in a custom-killing of deities. (PROSE: A Hundred Words from a Civil War)