A daughter of Neptune, who fled from Priapus, and only escaped from him by being transformed into a lotus-plant.
These relics are remembrances of the Roman occupation when the worship of Priapus prevailed.
Go where we will, we find no statues of Priapus and the Nymphs.
Why not hang him in an orchard, like a wooden Priapus, to frighten the birds?
Priapus complains that the Esquilian mount is infested with the incantations of sorceresses.
His infinite fund of full-flavoured jest had won him the nickname of Priapus.
Kircher derives Priapus from פעור פה, Pehorpeh, os nuditatis.
Priapus, the god of gardens or fertility, was the son of Bacchus and Venus.
You have slaughtered the delight of Priapus, a goose, the very darling of married women!
Priapus is readily recognized in all these various disguises.