No ithyphallic 165images or figures of gods have been found.
The ithyphallic, which was marked by a succession of three trochees at the end of the line, was the most distinguished.
ithyphallic, ith-i-fal′ik, adj. pertaining to certain rites: obscene.
Represented as ithyphallic, with two tall plumes on his head, the right arm upraised and bearing a scourge.
1610s, "poem in ithyphallic meter," from Greek ithyphallos "phallos carried in the festivals," from ithys "straight" + phallos "erect penis" (see phallus). As an adjective from 1795. The meter was that of the Bacchic hymns, which were sung in the rites during which such phalloses were carried. Thus, in Victorian times, the word also meant "grossly indecent" (1864).