At the summit of the picture Bacchus and Silenus wave wine-glasses while respectively standing and sitting on hogsheads.
For ten days there was feasting and games in the palace in honor of Silenus.
On the eleventh day he brought Silenus back, and restored him in safety to his pupil.
A satyr lifts her vest, while Silenus and other figures look on in admiration.
Thalia, with a shepherds staff and a Silenus mask, endowed with an eternal smile, comforted man with more cheerful views.
The beautiful statuette of Silenus, already described, was found in this house.
On his wanderings in search of this adventure he came to the dwelling of Pholus, the son of Silenus.
Silenus, their leader, bids them prepare to see the young Prince Oberon.
Silenus acts as tutor, Chromis and Mnasylus as the two pupils.
"Like Silenus without the goat's hoofs," answered Euergetes.
1710, from Greek Seilenos, foster-father of Bacchus and leader of the satyrs; the name is of unknown origin (Klein compares Thracian zilai "wine").