8 June 2004
THE HADDAD COLLECTION OF ANCIENT EROTIC ART, PART II
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TWO EGYPTIAN PHALLIC FIGURES
PTOLEMAIC PERIOD TO ROMAN PERIOD, 304 B.C.-200 A.D.
Including a Romano-Egyptian terracotta phallic Harpokrates, mold-made, the god depicted nude, wearing the side lock of youth, his body corpulent, his phallus aligned on axis with the thighs, overlapping the knees, sitting on five cushions with his feet together, on an integral plinth; and a Ptolemaic limestone eroticon, reclining on an integral plinth as a banqueteer, holding a drinking cup in his left hand, the semi-draped figure with the right side of his chest uncovered, his head turned to the left, his phallus curving to the right and coming to an angle upon which his left elbow rests, preserving traces of red and blue pigment
Eroticon: 3 7/8 in. (9.8 cm.) high (2)
Nancy Mallen, London, 1972.
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