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46) Karen Bassi 1998:139 makes the sobering observation that 'while Priapus, satyrs, and the ithyphallic comic actors evoke laughter, the hyperbolic exposure of the phallos as costume is the overt concealment of the real thing, an overdetermined apotropaic gesture against emasculation'.
Ithyphallic is archeology-talk for "erect penis," and nearly all of the males have one.
Among the several forms in which Amun is shown in the chapel, the ithyphallic figure should be singled out because of its connections with the god Min and, thus, with regeneration and rebirth.
On a red earthenware wall plate, Carpet Dance (2005), an ithyphallic figure is dancing frenetically in front of a naked Lorelei lying on her back on a carpet juggling as if she were a contortionist from Cirque du Soleil, a teapot on one foot and a white cup and saucer on the other.
That's a stone figurine from the region of Tell Bouqras in Syria, an ithyphallic fertility idol.
Although an evidently masculine ithyphallic representation (i.
In the linga discovered by Bhagwanlal (figure 3), a four-armed ithyphallic (urdhvareta) Shiva stands in samabhanga, with weight equally distributed on his feet.