AN EGYPTIAN TERRACOTTA GROTESQUE
Ptolemaic Period, Circa 3rd-1st Century B.C.
Perhaps from Alexandria, the mold-made bearded figure with exaggerated features, prominent ears and fleshy lips, a wide wreath around his balding pate, wrapped tightly in a hooded cape, pulling his drapery taut to his chest with his right hand, carrying a large amphora over his left shoulder, leaning against another by his left knee, his elongated phallus hanging below his garment, wrapping around his left ankle and resting on the mouth of the vessel at his side, on an integral plinth
8 in. (20.3 cm) high