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The Omphalos, "Navel of the World", Delphi, which,     
according to Greek myths, stands in the centre of the  
earth.                                                 
Ornamented limestone
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The Omphalos, "Navel of the World", Delphi, which, according to Greek myths...

Dionysos Sanctuary, Delos, monumental phallus with     
a relief of the phallus-bird, a symbol of the God,     
carried in procession or drawn on a chariot during     
Dionysian rites. Inscription says the monuments were   
donated by Karystios, son of Asbelos. Around 300 BCE
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Dionysos Sanctuary, Delos, monumental phallus with a relief of the phallus-...

Dionysos sanctuary, Delos, monumental phallus with     
a relief of the phallus-bird, a symbol of the God,     
carried in procession or drawn on a chariot during     
Dionysian rites. Inscription says monuments were       
donated by Karystos, son of Asbelos. Around 300 BCE
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Dionysos sanctuary, Delos, monumental phallus with a relief of the phallus-...

Dionysos sanctuary, Delos. Two monumental phalli with  
a relief showing Dionysos with Silenos and a Maenad.   
Inscription says the monuments were donated by         
Karystios, son of Asbelos.                             
(around 300 BCE)                                       
Photographed by Erich Lessing.
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Dionysos sanctuary, Delos. Two monumental phalli with a relief showing Dionys...

Dionysos sanctuary, Delos. Phallus-monument. Detail.
Dionysian rites were celebrated in the area lined
with the giant phalli. Inscription says monuments
were donated by Karystios, son of Asbeles.
(around 300 BCE)
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Dionysos sanctuary, Delos. Phallus-monument. Detail. Dionysian rites were celebr...

Archaic lion on the Lion's Terrace, Delos. Five of     
at least nine original lions still face the Sacred     
Lake.                                                  
Marble from Naxos
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Archaic lion on the Lion's Terrace, Delos. Five of at least nine original l...

Archaic lion on the Lion's Terrace, Delos. Five of     
at least nine original lions still face the Sacred     
Lake.                                                  
Marble from Naxos
#01010147

Archaic lion on the Lion's Terrace, Delos. Five of at least nine original l...

Archaic lion on the Lion's Terrace, Delos. Five of     
at least nine original lions still face the Sacred     
Lake.                                                  
Marble from Naxos
#01010148

Archaic lion on the Lion's Terrace, Delos. Five of at least nine original l...

Four lions on the Lion's Terrace, Delos. Five of       
at least nine original lions still face the Sacred     
Lake.                                                  
Marble from Naxos
#01010149

Four lions on the Lion's Terrace, Delos. Five of at least nine original l...

The bull's horns ("Horns of Consecration") of the
Palace of Knossos, Crete
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The bull's horns ("Horns of Consecration") of the Palace of Knossos, Crete

Sacrificial basin in the anteroom of the throne room,
palace of Knossos, Heraklion, Crete
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Sacrificial basin in the anteroom of the throne room, palace of Knossos, Herakli...

The Lion Gate of the Citadel of Mycenae,               
lintel and relief with two lionesses rampant           
(1350-1330 BCE).                                       
Wall and Lion Gate were discovered by                  
Heinrich Schliemann in 1876-1877.
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The Lion Gate of the Citadel of Mycenae, lintel and relief with t...