I hesitated putting this picture on display, but after all the Lonely Planet guide refers to “the priapic happy hunchback” (as one of mosaics with quirkier subjects “not to be missed”, but if I get complaints I will take it off, not wanting to risk my pbase membership. But since this is in a formal museum (and not hidden behind a curtain as some pieces were in Ephesos museum when I first visited it in the early seventies) I thought it might be allowed. He has spits in his hands. It's from Antakya, second century AD. Inv. 1026/a.