Fragmented head of the satyr, damaged at the lower right part of the face, right side of the neck and part of ivy wreath. The boy’s head is turned to the left, so that it can be assumed that it was slightly leaned to his left shoulder. The boy is presented with curly hair in which there is a crown made of ivy tied with ribbons. His facial features are correct and reflect gentle, boyish face with large eyes, small nose and full, smiling lips. Carefully shaped goat ears emerge among the dense curls of the boy’s haircut. Head of the satyr statue from Mediana was created after the classicist models from the 1st and 2nd century and thanks to the softer treatment, the youthful face has almost dreamy expression. The satyr’s head is dated to the end of the 2nd and beginning of 3rd century.