Posts Tagged ‘phallic’

Large Phallic Carving from Roman Era Gets Public Exposure in Spain

A giant 18-inch (1.5 foot) phallic carving from the Roman era has been discovered in the city of Córdoba in Andalusia, Spain.  Read more Section:  News History & Archaeology Read Later 

Fiberglass Moche Phallic Statue Damaged by Vandals in Peru

Just a few short days after its controversial installation, vandals have damaged a unique Moche phallic statue that was erected outside the city of Trujillo in northern Peru. The 9-foot (2.7-meter) tall fiberglass monument is notable for two things: first for its bright red color, and second for the male figure’s enormous phallus, which points […]

Phallic Ethiopian Megaliths Are 1000 Years Older Than Believed

Ethiopia’s Gedeo zone has the largest concentration of stone stelae in Africa. A new study published in the Journal of African Archaeology has pushed back the dates of megalithic stelae dotting the landscape of the Gedeo zone in southern Ethiopia by a whole millennium, from AD 1100 to 50 BC! Ashenafi Zena, Ethiopian native and lead author […]

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