8 June 2004
THE HADDAD COLLECTION OF ANCIENT EROTIC ART, PART II
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THREE EGYPTIAN PHALLIC FIGURES
PTOLEMAIC PERIOD TO ROMAN PERIOD, 304 B.C.-200 A.D.
Including a Ptolemaic stone eroticon, the Pataikos-like male figure with his rib cage clearly defined, resting his upper torso and head on his enormous wrap-around phallus as if napping on a pillow, on an integral plinth; and two Romano-Egyptian terracotta figures, each mold-made, one a pot-bellied nude youth, asymmetrically squatting on an integral plinth, his left hand on his knee, his phallus aligned vertically along the right side of his body; the other a bearded Bes-like figure with exaggerated belly, depicted crouching, his right hand on his knee, his left cradling his phallus arranged vertically along the left side of his body
First: 3½ in. (8.9 cm.) long (3)
French Private Collection, 2000.
Anonymous sale; Piasa, Paris, 17 March 2003, lot 717.
Nancy Mallen, London, 1972.
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