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Pan chasing the water nymph Syrinx. The nymph was transformed (as happens so often in Greek mythology to prey attempting to evade capture by an over-eager suitor). In this case, she was transformed into a reed plant, thereafter named after her, which was used to create the Pan Pipes. Painted by Paul Dulac, 1935. Pan (and by association, Capricorn) has a bad name because of these kinds of avaricious behaviors.

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