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Nazca Flute Player Statue Nazca Flute Player Statue
Nazca Flute Player Statue Nazca Flute Player Statue Nazca Flute Player Statue
Nazca Flute Player Museum Replica
4.75 inches high / 12.06 cm
Gypsum stone statue, red-gray color finish

Powerfully Sexual

Like the holiday of Dia de los Muertos, this image celebrates the joys of life, while accepting the reality of death.

This South American god represents one of the purest archetypes of regeneration available in religious imagery. While his skull acknowledges the certainty of death, every other element of this god suggests that life is an affair of gaiety and renewal.

This powerfully phallic figure is representative of those fired in clay by artisans of the Mochica culture, dating from 1250 BCE through 800 CE, along the coast of Peru.

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phallic king statue The Phallic King
5.5 inches high / 13.97 cm
Gypsumstone statue, red-gray color finish
Powerfully Sexual

The Phallic King's cape and crown, as well as his emphatic endowment, proclaim his royal status. His eyes closed, the deity is enraptured in a distant ecstasy.

This powerfully phallic figure is representative of those fired in clay by artisans of the Mochica culture, dating from 1250 BCE through 800 CE, along the coast of Peru.

Early Spanish chronicles describe the "complex polytheism" of the Native American Nazca peoples making up this culture. Their realistic sculptures suggest a natural celebration of sexuality.

$38.00

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Greek Dionysus Statue Greek Dionysus StatueGreek Dionysus Statue Greek Dionysus Statue  Young Dionysus
Greek God of Wine and the Vine
8 inches high / 20.32 cm
Green Verdigris Color Finish
Gypsumstone
Hand finished Museum Replica

Youth, Joy, Cycles of the Vine.
The Divine Youth was the Goddess' partner in creation. He was often known as the "Year King" because his steady, passive role of renewal, ripening, harvest and death presaged the cycle of crop fertility.

Dionysus embodies gentleness and joy. Lord of Grain, Leaf and Vine, he was central to ancient Greek annual ceremonies involving blood sacrifice to ensure crop fertility. He carries the phallic wand, was escorted by maenad priestesses, and wears a panther skin.

[Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City]


$32.00

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