Bronze figurine of an ithyphallic Silenus from the sanctuary of Zeus at Dodona. 540-530 B.C. Dancing in ecstasy, this figure is a masterpiece of the Corinthian workshops producing metal artifacts.
Neolithic figurine. Clay idol representing an ithyphallic seated man, found in Thessaly. The unique in its kind rendering of the male figure, possibly a god, is an outstanding example of the Chalcolithic sculpture. Dated to 4500-3200 B.C. Inv. no. 5894.