Testa di cazzi  

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Testa di cazzi[1][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 penises arranged in an Arcimboldesque manner.

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