Zahaa Hassan
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This Hermaphroditus, called "Stante" (relieved) is carved with the male member in erection, shown by the woman's dress lifted to the waist. Discovered in a vineyard of Monte Porzio Catone in 1781 and purchased by prince Marcantonio Borghese, it was long kept hidden in a closet because it was considered indecent. Roman marble, Imperial period (3rd century CE)

This Hermaphroditus, called "Stante" (relieved) is carved with the male member in erection, shown by the woman's dress lifted to the waist. Discovered in a vineyard of Monte Porzio Catone in 1781 and purchased by prince Marcantonio Borghese, it was long kept hidden in a closet because it was considered indecent. Roman marble, Imperial period (3rd century CE)

This Hermaphroditus, called "Stante" (relieved) is carved with the male member in erection, shown by the woman's dress lifted to the waist. Discovered in a vineyard of Monte Porzio Catone in 1781 and purchased by prince Marcantonio Borghese, it was long kept hidden in a closet because it was considered indecent. Roman marble, Imperial period (3rd century CE)

This Hermaphroditus, called "Stante" (relieved) is carved with the male member in erection, shown by the woman's dress lifted to the waist. Discovered in a vineyard of Monte Porzio Catone in 1781 and purchased by prince Marcantonio Borghese, it was long kept hidden in a closet because it was considered indecent. Roman marble, Imperial period (3rd century CE)