The worship of Priapus (Πρίαπος) seems to have originated in the Hellespontine regions, adding to the widespread tradition of reverence of phallic deities in the ancient world. One of his attributes, the Persian cap, reveals his non-Greek origin. In Greek mythology, Priapus was born from the union between Dionysus and Aphrodite or Chione. Cursed by Hera with an enormous phallus, the god is often represented in a caricature of the human form, making him a recurrent subject in Roman erotic art and literature, specifically the Carmina Priapeia.

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