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Jennings - Illustrations of Phallicism

Jennings - Illustrations of Phallicism

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09/14/2012

 
 
ILLUSTRATIONS OF
 
PHALLICISM
 
CONSISTING OF
TEN PLATES
OF
REMAINS OF ANCIENT ART
WITH DESCRIPTIONS[PRESENTED BY THE PUBLISHER]M DCCC LXXXV
 
Originally privately printed London: George Redway,
1885
. This electronic edition mani(n)fested byUnspeakable Press, Leng, in the year
2008
of the common error.
 This work is in the public domain.
 
P R E F A C E.
 ——— IN presenting to subscribers a few engravings whichillustrate the subject of Mr. Hargrave Jennings’s work,the publisher has aimed at showing what has been donein this way to those who now make acquaintance withthe subject for the first time, while to those who possessthe illustrations to Payne Knight’s work he aimed atshowing something new. It is hoped that both endshave been gained by the selection made. Six of thedesigns have been reproduced from old engravings inalmost inaccessible books, and the remaining six are nowengraved for the first time. Mr. Hilton Price hasgenerously thrown open to us the remarkable collection of antiquities which have been procured for him in Egypt.His museum contains many phalIic objects of considerableinterest, independently of those we now engrave, whichhave been collected by him during the past ten years,by simply purchasing such objects when they havebeen sent with other Egyptian antiquities, and withoutmaking any special effort in this direction. Theyhave been found in various parts of Lower Egypt,but principally at Bubastis. They comprise figures interra cotta of Harpokrates in various
rôles
(mostly repre-sented bearing a vase, which is a common Eastern emblemfor the womb, and woman as the Bearer); figures of theprimordial god Khem, and figures in calcareous stone andporcelain of men with an abnormal organ, which in onecase passes under the left arm, round the back, and overthe right shoulder. The most usual forms are those of aman seated upon the ground, with his organ, abnormally

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