Ancient Greece, dating back to 520-510 B.C. This was a drinking cup made of terracotta. The image depicts a sexual or at least intimate encounter. It has been broken at some stage and repaired meticulously showing its worth either to it's original owner or a more recent mishap.
This forlorn but impressive stump is one of two monumental phalluses in Dionysus' sanctuary on Delos. Though their full extent can't be ascertained, it's unlikely they measured up to the one that Ptolemy Philadelphus displayed in his Great Parade @ Alexandria: “a gold phallus one hundred and eighty feet long, painted in various colors and bound with golden garlands. Its tip had a gold star 9 ft in circumference (Athenaeus Wise Men @ Dinner).