Shrine of Pan and the Nymphs
From Project Athinai
A shrine dedicated to Pan and the Nymphs was located on the east bank of the Ilissos River near the spring of Kallirrhoe. A relief of Pan was carved on an artificial scarp.
This shrine must not be confused with the Shrine of Acheloos, Pan and the Nymphs located further north on the east bank of the Ilissos at the foot of the Ardettos hill.
- Confirm that the relief of Pan was already sculpted in 421 BC.
Travlos, John, Pictorial dictionary of Ancient Athens, Books that matter, New York, 1971, p. 289