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A Satyr is a male nature creature of Ancient Greek polytheism, depicted naked, with the ears and tail of a horse, an ugly beastly face, vulgar beard and a permanent and exaggerated erection. As companions to Dionysus their behaviour is constantly ribald and vulgar and it includes drunkenness, dancing and lustfully chasing nymphs and mortal women, who they constantly try to rape. Similar mythological figures from other cultures are cause for suggestions of a possible commonality of origin such as with the Near East or Indo-Europe, however these theories have not been well established or further confirmed.