Interior, satyr and maenad Exterior, satyrs and maenads
Makron's satyrs and maenads (male and female followers of Dionysos, the god of wine) are distinguished not only by their vivacity but also by their fine garments and meticulous grooming. Here, Makron has clearly enjoyed depicting flying skirts and hair and the different ways of wearing animal pelts.
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