'The Drunken Silenus', 17th century. In classical myth, Silenus is the teacher and friend of Bacchus, god of wine. In Renaissance art he is depicted as fat, drunk and naked, a bloated lord of the revels, often needing to be helped by his followers. (Photo by Art Media/Print Collector/Getty Images)
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