Sculpture Saturday *3

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Priapus, son of Dionysus & Aphrodite. Tripod with young ithyphallic Satyrs as legs. Bronze. 1st century CE. From the sacrarium of the complex of Julia Felix in Pompeii. Found June 15, 1755. Shown in the National Archaeological Museum, Naples.

 

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  1. Found June 15, 1755. Shown in the National Archaeological Museum, Naples.

    Of course … in Europe. This would never be shown in any public display here in USA. Our public facilities can barely say the word “erection,” let alone display one.

    But I love the statue!

  2. “Our public facilities can barely say the word “erection,” let alone display one.”
    😜Hey I’ve got a bone to pick with that!

  3. Can any of you have an erection like that the foreskin not being retired ? I can’t.

    1. My foreskin covers my glans when erect. That’s so I can get a boner even in the hot sun or rain – the full covering gives me an all-weather penis.

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