Tripod with young ithyphallic Satyrs as legs.

Bronze. 1st century CE.
H. 91.5 cm; W. 57 cm; D. 47 cm (top of the basin).
Inv. No. 27874.

Naples, National Archaeological Museum
(Museo archeologico nazionale di Napoli)

Origin:
From the sacrarium of the complex of Julia Felix in Pompeii (II. 4. 6). Found in June 15, 1755.
Credits:
2012. Photo: I. Sh.
RUSSIAN

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Keywords: bronze tripod basin lebes ithyphallic satyr satyrs satiro satiri Pan Faun triad of youths phallus Hellenism Hellenistic art antic erotics Pompeii complex house praedia of Julia Felix II 4 6 Inv No 27874
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