|EGYPTIAN TERRACOTTA PRIAPUS
Standing under arching date palm branches, a palm on either side; lifting up garment to expose large phallus.
Ca. 1st Century BC/AD
H. 5 3/8 in. (16.3 cm.)
Ex Christie’s, London, December 1993; A.L. collection, Auburn Hills, Michigan, acquired from Royal-Athena in March 1994.
On loan to Ball State Univ. Art Gallery; George Mason Univ.; Fitchburg Art Museum, 1995-2015.