A Satyr Masturbating  

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A Satyr Masturbating[1] is a detail of side B of a Greek column krater showing two satyrs and a maenad in a Dionysiac scene in the National Archaeological Museum of Spain.

References

Satyrs and a Maenad, Circle Lydos, 560-550 BCE, black figure painting on clay, 54cm wide, The National Archaeological Museum of Spain

See also

krater, Eros in Greece, Pottery of ancient Greece, User:Jahsonic/Notes on penis size in art history.



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