Egypto-Roman. Hollow terracotta statue of a laying male holding a profound phallus. Priapus was the Roman Phallic God and the patron God of gardens, viniculture, sailors and fishermen. 100 BC (6 1/4" x 2")
Lapis Lazuli stone with a polished surface, depicting a head wearing a lotus shaped headdress. Egypto-Roman, 200 AD.
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