Was looked upon by the pastoral inhabitants of Greece, particularly in Arcadia, as the god who watched over the pasture- ... He was fond of sportive dances and playing on the shepherda#39;s pipe, which afterwards took its name of Pana#39;s pipe from him, the story being that he was the inventor of it. ... The judge selected was Midas, who awarded the prize to Pan, and was, in consequence, punished by Apolloanbsp;...
|Title||:||Manual of Mythology: Greek and Roman, Norse, and Old German, Hindoo and Egyptian Mythology|
|Author||:||Alexander Stuart Murray|