Crotus

Crotus

son of Pan, companion to Muses; skilled in archery. [Gk. Myth.: Howe, 70]
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Apparently it is the monk rather than the reformer who is depicted on Crotus Rubeanus's well-known Rectorate Page.
In fact, Sagittarius is tentatively identified as Crotus, the son of goat-legged Pan, and Eupheme, who nursed the Muses.
In the oldest surviving collection of Greek constellation myths, the Katasterismoi, the anonymous author carefully explained that the Archer was more like a two-legged satyr and identifies him as Crotus, to whom the Greeks attributed the invention of archery.