And now for this week's Round 4 Butt:
And your clues:
- This butt is particularly fond of REVELRY.
- The backside in question ages like a fiiiiine wine.
- That was a questionably punny clue but I am leaving it because for real you guys have got this: Wine and Revelery, go!
Refresh yourself regarding the RULES if you need to, and/or Drop your Guesses in the Comments!
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Going to hope this is my darling Dionysus?ReplyDelete
Okay, you know I love you and also that I am insane... but I just have to point out real quick... The usage of the caduceus as a medical symbol (particularly in the United States, sigh, we're becoming embarrassingly illiterate on Classical matters)... came about by mistake.ReplyDelete
The ~proper~ medical symbol is actually the Rod of Asclepius (god of medicine) - which is a staff with a single serpent entwined. The staff that Hermes carries is the Caduceus which has two serpents coiled around it, and is topped by a pair of wings.
The Rod of Asclepius is the correct symbol of medical establishments and agencies. Mixing it up with the Caduceus is a mistake, albeit a common one.
Your new butt must belong to Dionysus, Bacchus, Silenus - or one such sex, drugs, & rock n' roll god :)
Bacchus, by Jacopo Sansovino (1511-18)
Marble, height 146 cm
Museo Nazionale del Bargello, Florence