Painted terracotta plaque showing seated priapic
- 100 BCE - 400 CE in Roman Empire
Painted terracotta plaque showing seated priapic satyr, Greek or Roman, possibly copy, Mediterranean, 100BC-400AD
- Classical & Medieval Medicine
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- plaques and archaeology (greek), archaeology (roman), erotica, folk medicine (general), archaeology (greek), archaeology (roman), copy, erotica, folk medicine (general), plaques and priapic
- Orphanides and Istioglou
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