6 edition of An Account of the remains of the worship of Priapus found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Discourse on the worship of Priapus., On the worship of Priapus.|
|Statement||By R. P. Knight|
|Contributions||Newton, James, 1748-ca. 1804|
|LC Classifications||BL460 .A26|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||195|
|LC Control Number||80494931|
There are other passages concerning non-Christian religions on folios 40 recto and 41 recto (D, D).William Chubb has suggested that the source in the present case is likely to have been An Account of the Remains of the Worship of Priapus Lately Existing in Isernia, by the scholar-collector Richard Payne Knight (–), published by the Dilettanti Society in ; Knight was. Footnotes. There appears to be a chance of this worship being claimed for a very early period in the history of the human race. It has been recently stated in the "Moniteur," that, in the province of Venice, in Italy, excavations in a bone-cave have brought to light, beneath ten feet of stalagmite, bones of animals, mostly postertiary, of the usual description found in such places, flint.
Hamiliton's observations led Richard Payne Knight to write his Account of the Remains of the Worship of Priapus, in which he reproduced examples of the effigies. List of phallic saints. Ters, or St. Ters, of Antwerp, whose cult was reported on by Johannes Goropius Becanus. He was also named Semini or . An account of the remains of the worship of Priapus: lately existing at Isernia, in the kingdom of Naples: in two letters ; one from Sir William Hamilton, K.B. His Majesty's Minister at the Court of Naples, to Sir Joseph Banks, Bart/5(2).
O Scribd é o maior site social de leitura e publicação do mundo. Priapus worship reemerged in North America in the s due to the efforts of a Reverend Jackson who had been ordained during a visit to Italy and subsequently, in , incorporated the church in California. The year before, a dentist in Calgary, Alberta, had incorporated the church in Canada. He remains .
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An Account of the remains of the worship of Priapus, lately existing at Isernia, in the kingdom of Naples; in two letters, one from Sir William Hamilton to Sir Joseph Banks and the other from a person residing at Isernia; to which is added, A discourse on the worship of Priapus, and its connexion with the mystic theology of the ancientsPages: From an early study of Priapus worship in Italy.
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English: An Account of the Remains of the Worship of Priapus (). Of book: Richard Payne Knight (15 February – 23 April ) Priapworship. English: Fleuron from book: An account of the remains of the worship of Priapus, lately existing at Isernia, in the kingdom of Naples: in two letters; one from Sir William Hamilton, K.
This extended essay on fertility worship in the Classical period was written by Robert Payne Knight (), a distinguished English scholar, parlimentarian, writer, and antiquarian. Published inthis book shocked English society to such an extent that Knight took it upon himself to surpress his own book.
A Discourse on the Worship of Priapus by Richard Payne Knight and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Title: An Account of the Remains of the Worship of Priapus, Lately Existing at Isernia, in the Kingdom of Naples: in Two letters To Which is Added, A Discourse on the Worship of Priapus, And Its Connexion with the Mystic Theology of the Ancients Author: Richard Payne Knight (British, Wormsley, Herefordshire – London) Illustrator: James Newton (British, London –ca.
An Account of the Remains of the Worship of Priapus (). Notoriously, Knight's first book, The Worship of Priapus, sought to recover the importance of ancient phallic cults.
Knight's apparent preference for ancient sacred eroticism over Judeo Reviews: 3. Book Source: Digital Library of India Item : Knight, ioned: ble. TWO ESSAYS ON THE WORSHIP OF PRIAPUS RICHARD PAYNE KNIGHT AND THOMAS WRIGHT CELEPHAˇS PRESS.
ﬁAn account of the Remains of the Worſhip of Priapusﬂ and ﬁA and this book has now an intereſt fifty fold greater than when originally publiſhed. October, The Mysteries glorified the home Richard Payne Knight () – Auteur – Ressources de la An Account of the remains of the worship of Priapus, lately existing at Isernia, in the kingdom of Naples, in two letters, one from Sir William Hamilton, to Sir Joseph Banks, and the other from a person residing at An Analytical essay on the Greek.
An Account of the Remains of the Worship of Priapus (). Another book of interest to the neo-Pagan movement was Knight's Symbolical Language of Ancient Art and Mythology.
An Analytical Inquiry into the Principles of Taste,was, however, Knight's most influential work in his lifetime. The black cloth covered slipcase has some damp spotting. The title page of the Knight volume continues "and its connection with the mystic theology of the Ancients.
To which is added an account of the remains of the worship of Priapus lately existing at Isernia in. An account of the remains of the worship of Priapus: lately existing at Isernia, in the kingdom of Naples: in two letters ; one from Sir William Hamilton to Sir Joseph Banks and the other from a person residing at Isernia: to which is added, a discourse on the worship of Priapus.
A discourse on the worship of Priapus: Priapées (Book) History of King Apprius, &c. Extracted from the Chronicle of the World, from the creation thereof. Translated into English from the Persian manuscripts, found in the library of Schah Hussain, Sophi of Persia, dethroned by Mamut in An account of the remains of the worship.
Language: English. Brand new Book. This book has been considered by academicians and scholars of great significance and value to literature. This forms a part of the knowledge base for future generations.
So that the book is never forgotten we have represented this book in a print format as the same form as it was originally first published. Artwork page for ‘Inscription by Turner: Notes, Probably from Richard Payne Knight’s ‘Account of the Remains of the Worship of Priapus’’, Joseph Mallord William Turner, c– Also includes, An Account of the Remains of the Worship of Priapus Lately Existing at Isernia in the Kingdom of Naples by Sir WIlliam Hamilton.
Nondescript beige boards with brown spine tape. Solidly bound, thick pages, no interior marks but it does appear that there was some pencil markings erased on a free endpaper in front of the Rating: % positive. “An account of the Remains of the Worship of Priapus” and “A discourse on the Worship of Priapus” privately published in London, New edition, with the addition of “An Essay on the Worship o f the Generative Powers”, London: privately printed, ; reprinted again, with a new preface and some corrections, London, E.
An Account of the remains of the worship of Priapus, related materials, wax votives, one restored, in the shape of phalluses Site/Repository London, British Museum, Dept.
of Medieval and Later Antiquities Period/Date 18th cen. Media/Technique Wax Legacy Media/Technique Wax Work Record ID Image Record ID Classification Filing. Statues of the god Priapus stood in Roman gardens to warn potential thieves that the god would rape them if they attempted to steal from him.
In this book, Richlin argues that the attitude of sexual aggressiveness in defense of a bounded area serves as a model. strated books: An Account of the Remains of the Worship of Priapus, by British antiquarian scholar Richard Payne Knight (– ), and Die Weltreise eines Sexualforschers (The World Journey of a Sexologist), by German sexual scientist Magnus Hirschfeld (–).
The use of illustrations in these publications shows.View An account of the remains of the worship of Priapus by Richard Knight on artnet.
Browse upcoming and past auction lots by Richard Knight.The worship was very prevalent in Italy, and was invariably carried by the Romans into the countries they conquered, where they introduced their own institutions and forms of worship. Accordingly, in Britain have been found numerous relics and remains; and many of our ancient customs are traced to a .