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[[Image:Testa de cazi.jpg|thumb|right|200px|[[Testa di cazzi]] by [[Francisco Urbini]]]] [[Image:Testa de cazi.jpg|thumb|right|200px|[[Testa di cazzi]] by [[Francisco Urbini]]]]
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-[[Testa di cazzi]][http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/9/94/Testa_de_cazi.jpg][http://www.ashmolean.org/collections/?type=highlights&id=97&department=2] is a [[Renaissance pottery]] piece by [[Francisco Urbini]] (1530-1537). In 2003 the [[Ashmolean Museum]] in Oxford acquired the piece for nearly £250,000. It consists of a head made out of [[penis]]es arranged in an [[Arcimboldesque]] manner. Testa di cazzo is Italian slang for [[dickhead]] or [[asshole]].+[[Testa di cazzi]][https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Phallic-Head_Plate,_1536_.jpg] is a [[Renaissance pottery]] piece by [[Francisco Urbini]] (1530-1537). In 2003 the [[Ashmolean Museum]] in Oxford acquired the piece for nearly £250,000. It is a plate painted with a head made out of [[phalli]] arranged in an [[Arcimboldesque]] manner. Testa di cazzo is Italian slang for [[dickhead]] or [[asshole]].
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Testa di cazzi[1] is a Renaissance pottery piece by Francisco Urbini (1530-1537). In 2003 the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford acquired the piece for nearly £250,000. It is a plate painted with a head made out of phalli arranged in an Arcimboldesque manner. Testa di cazzo is Italian slang for dickhead or asshole.



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