Fragmented statue of a satyr from which only torso of Dionysus’s follower is preserved (head, arms and legs are missing). Over right side of the torso is skin of a hind or a goat tied in a knot while the animal skin endings (hooves) are freely falling down. Head of the hind or goat which skin is thrown over the satyr’s torso is presented en face. The man’s torso is harmoniously shaped with carefully sculptured chest and abdominal muscles. The statue stylistic features, such as properly shaped torso muscles and animal skin, point to the very good quality work from the beginning of the 4th century.