erect phallus

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  • Those figures may be related to the Egyptian god Min who was depicted holding his erect phallus.
  • He was represented in a variety of ways, most commonly as a misshapen gnome-like figure with an enormous erect phallus.
  • Pan, son of Hermes, was often depicted as having an exaggerated erect phallus.
  • He is ithyphallic (with an erect phallus) and wears a tiger skin around his waist.
  • The particular drawing, showing an angel with an erect phallus, was rediscovered in a German collection in 1991.
  • The figure is a representation of a sword or erect phallus and refers to male energies, primarily aggression and passion, but also war and male sexuality.
  • A famous dance scene at the Caves of El Cogul shows eleven women in skirts circling a naked man shown with an erect phallus.
  • The ancient Greeks and Romans celebrated phallic festivals and built a shrine with an erect phallus to honor Hermes, messenger of the gods.
  • When she leaves with her father, Nathan yells that the process of keeping the lining of her internal organs intact by inserting his erect phallus into her vagina is much too complicated and Mikey agrees.
  • The shrines typically "took the form of a vertical pillar topped by the bearded head of a man and from the surface of the pillar below the head, an erect phallus protruded".
  • Dating from the 6th millennium BC, the sculpture's creator represented a sitting male body, and showed remarkable details in the spine, ribs and navel, and erect phallus.
  • It is believed that they sought their inspiration from the ancient Egyptians and their phallic image of Min, the valley god, who was similarly "depicted as a standing bearded king with simplified body, one arm raised, the other hand holding his erect phallus."
  • In contrast to textual descriptions, Orissan images of Bhikshatana depict him clothed with tiger skin and other body ornaments, but displaying an erect phallus.
  • In some North Indian images, the male half may be nude and also be ithyphallic (urdhavlinga or urdhavreta: with an erect phallus), or with a full or half phallus and one testicle.
  • He sat in the centre with a hammer (Mjolnir) in his hand, and on each side were Odin, the god of war, in full armour and Frey, the god of peace and love, attributed with an enormous erect phallus.
  • In a Harihara image, the Shiva side has an erect phallus (urdhva linga) and relates to Shiva's love to his left side Vishnu-Mohini.
  • In Ledoux's unbuilt plans for the salt-producing town of Chaux, the hoop-makers' houses are shaped like barrels, the river inspector's house straddles the river, and an enormous brothel takes the shape of an erect phallus.
  • There is a drawing modelled on Leonardo's painting John the Baptist and called The Angel Incarnate, of a young man nude with an erect phallus, and appearing to represent Salai.
  • Because Min usually was depicted in an ithyphallic (with an erect phallus) style, Christians routinely defaced his monuments in temples they co-opted and Victorian Egyptologists would take only waist-up photographs of him, or otherwise find ways to cover his protruding penis.
  • The naked, handsome, ithyphallic (with an erect phallus, urdhvalinga) beggar Shiva entered the forest, begging for alms from the sages' wives.