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hadrian6:     Bronze statue of Bacchus from... | Roman and Greek Art

hadrian6: Bronze statue of Bacchus from... | Roman and Greek Art

Etruscan satyr. The ancient civilizations really liked their phalluses; especially home decoration.

Etruscan satyr. The ancient civilizations really liked their phalluses; especially home decoration.

Skyclad Many Pagans, especially those involved in traditional Wicca, perform their rituals and ceremonies sky-clad, or naked. This is a legitimate custom that pre-dates modern attitudes towards the human body. Sky-clad rituals occur in different contexts: small groups in private homes, large public Pagan festivals, in same-sex groups, mixed groups, and family-based covens....follow link

Skyclad Many Pagans, especially those involved in traditional Wicca, perform their rituals and ceremonies sky-clad, or naked. This is a legitimate custom that pre-dates modern attitudes towards the human body. Sky-clad rituals occur in different contexts: small groups in private homes, large public Pagan festivals, in same-sex groups, mixed groups, and family-based covens....follow link

Etruscan figure of a satyr with flute | Flickr: Intercambio de fotos

Etruscan figure of a satyr with flute | Flickr: Intercambio de fotos

Oil lamp found at Pompeii. Photo by get directly down, via Flickr

Oil lamp found at Pompeii. Photo by get directly down, via Flickr

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Tintinabulum fàl·lic (phallic). Phallic amulets were often hung in the doorways of Roman houses and shops (with a lamp) to protect against evil spirits. Not considered erotic, they signified prosperity, due to their reproductive symbolism | Museu d'Arqueologia de Catalunya, Barcelona

Tintinabulum fàl·lic (phallic). Phallic amulets were often hung in the doorways of Roman houses and shops (with a lamp) to protect against evil spirits. Not considered erotic, they signified prosperity, due to their reproductive symbolism | Museu d'Arqueologia de Catalunya, Barcelona

The phallic-lingam-yoni cults of India began post-Gupta civilization following the introduction of Tantrism

The phallic-lingam-yoni cults of India began post-Gupta civilization following the introduction of Tantrism

Lamp in shape of bearded satyr with giant phallus. From Pompeii. In National Archaeological Museum, Naples, Italy.

Lamp in shape of bearded satyr with giant phallus. From Pompeii. In National Archaeological Museum, Naples, Italy.

Tiny gold phallic rings (for children) to keep away evil. British Museum.

Tiny gold phallic rings (for children) to keep away evil. British Museum.