English version below. Der Ausguss in Form eines Phallus stammt von einem griechischen Erotik- oder Trickgefäß und wird in der wissenschaftlichen Literatur auch als „dirty trick“ bezeichnet. Der Fund ist ein weiterer Hinweis auf Symposion-Veranstaltungen in der kleinen griechischen Siedlung am Kimmerischen Bosporos.
The spout in the shape of a phallus belongs to a Greek erotic or trick jug and is also called „dirty trick“ in scientific literature. The find is a further proof of symposium activities in the small Greek settlement on the Cimmerian Bosporos.
Beitrag von: Udo Schlotzhauer
Projektpartner: Denis Zhuravlev (Staatliches Historisches Museum Moskau)
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