The statue was one of the most admired statues in Rome—it was frequently reproduced. In the 17th century, the statue was sometimes thought to represent Saturn holding a baby who he is about to devour, but by the late 18th century it was generally described as a Faun (frequently Silenus in particular) holding the infant Bacchus.
In this statue, the aged Silenus, tutor and companion of the god of wine Dionysos, cradles the god who is here shown as a baby. Silenus, nude, is crowned with a garland of vines and leans against a tree stump whilst cradling the Infant Bacchus.
Bacchus (Dionysos), the Greek-Roman god of Wine, as a baby is featured in this statue. This new addition is sure to enliven your own epicurean festivals.
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