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  Sculptural depictions of the erect penis were an everyday sight in the classical world. A common boundary marker and household totem in ancient Greece was the herm, originally a representation of the god Hermes.The ancients were also unembarrassed by graphic displays of sex. Greek men--to be precise, male Greek aristocrats--figured if it moved, they could have sex with it, or at least look at pictures about having sex with it.the phallus is seldom just a phallus, but rather a potent cosmogonic symbol - an axis mundi about which the entire culture revolves. The phallus as displayed image stands as an exclamation point punctuating the various facets of male dominion in Greek society. Maleness is the ideal, and to this core adhere the primary Greek values - self-control, order, clarity, rationality, civilization, struggle against nature, heroic glory, dominance in war. These were the values of manliness in ancient Greece and this is probably why the showed their gods naked - showing their manliness and penises.  
     
 
     
 

Hermes

 
     
  In traditional Greek mythology, Hermes, god of boundaries and exchange (popularly the messenger god) is considered to be a phallic deity by association with representations of him on herms (pillars) featuring a phallus. There is no scholarly consensus on this depiction and it would be speculation to consider Hermes a type of fertility god. Pan, son of Hermes, was often depicted as having an exaggerated erect phallus.  
     
 

 
     
 

 
     
 

Priapus

 
     
 

Priapus is a Greek god of fertility whose symbol was an exaggerated phallus.

 
     
 

 
     
     
 

Pan

 
     
  Pan is the god of shepherds and flocks, of mountain wilds, hunting and rustic music. He is connected to fertility and the season of spring. Pan is famous for his sexual powers, and is often depicted with a phallus.  
 

 

 
  Adonis  
     
  Adonis was a handsome youth in Greek mythology.  
     
 

 
     
 

 
     
 

Zeus

 
  Zeus

 
     
 

Zeus throwing a thunderbolt, more than 2450 years old.

 
     
 

Poseidon

 
     
  Poseidon, God of the Sea who also controlled earthquakes.  
     
 

 
     
 

 
     
 

 
     
 

 

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