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Question 1: Figures of Kokopelli and Itzamna (as the Mayan tonsured maize god) in ________ often include phallic content.
Pre-Columbian eraKennewick ManIndigenous Amerindian geneticsPaleo-Indians

Question 2: The omission of this led to a war in 1579 between St. Gallen and the canton of ________.
SwitzerlandAppenzell AusserrhodenAppenzellAppenzell Innerrhoden

Question 3: In traditional ________, 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.
ApolloMuseHeraGreek mythology

Question 4: The Norse god ________ is a phallic deity, representing male fertility and love.

Question 5: Ancient and modern ________ of phalluses have been found in many parts of the world, notably among the vestiges of ancient Greece and Rome.
Ceramic artCollageSculptureStained glass

Question 6: The ________ God Shiva is also sometimes revered in phallic shape(Shivling).

Question 7: ________ is a phallic marriage deity.
Mutunus TutunusFascinusAugustusRomulus and Remus

Question 8: The son of Aphrodite and either Dionysus or ________, according to different forms of the original myth, he is the protector of livestock, fruit plants, gardens, and male genitalia.
AdonisAstarteEl (deity)Melqart

Question 9: The phallus has a new set of art interpretations in the 20th Century with the rise of ________, the founder of the psychoanalytic school of psychology.
Sigmund FreudImmanuel KantExistentialismWilliam James

Question 10: What does the following picture show?

  Mural of Mercury in Pompeii
  The bear on the arms of Portein, Switzerland has a clearly visible red phallus, in accordance with the long-held tradition
  Penis costume at a 2005 parade. San Francisco, United States.
  Phallus representation Cucuteni Culture 3000 BC

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