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Priapus
General Info
Title(s) God of Fertility, male virility and genitals, sex, gardens, fruit, vegetables, nature, beekeeping and protector of livestock.
Parents Dionysus and Aphrodite
Roman Equivalent Mutunus Tutunus
Priapus is a Greek God of Fertility, male virility and genitals, sex, gardens, fruit, vegetables, nature, beekeeping and protector of livestock.

Priapus is marked by his oversized, permanent erection, which gave rise to the medical term priapism. He became a popular figure in Roman erotic art and Latin literature, and is the subject of the often humorously obscene collection of verse called the Priapeia.

In Mythology

Powers & Abilities

Priapus was a minor rustic Deity, but as child of Dionysus and Aphrodite is strong in his own right.

  • Advanced Biokinesis
    • Hormone Manipulation
      • Pheromone Manipulation
      • Physical Attribute Augmentation (Males only)
    • Bodily Aspect Enhancement (Males only)
  • Advanced Fertility Manipulation (Males only)
    • Fertility Inducement
    • Infertility Inducement
    • Sexual Inducement
  • Chlorokinesis
    • Vegetation Manipulation
      • Fertility Manipulation
      • Fruit and Vegetable Manipulation
      • Plant Enhancement
      • Plant Growth Inducement
      • Plant Healing
  • Nature Manipulation
    • Disease Manipulation (protecting plant-life)
    • Advanced Zoopathy
    • Ecological Empathy
    • Nature Awareness
    • Weather Manipulation
  • Volukinesis (Bees only)
    • Bee Manipulation
    • Bee Conjuration
  • Telekinesis
  • Fading Teleportation
  • Telepathy
  • Essence Reading
  • Supernatural Aura-Presence
  • Shapeshifting
    • Bee Swarm Mimicry-Scattering
  • Invulnerability
  • Superhuman Physiology
  • Immortality
    • Advanced Rapid Regeneration
    • Prime Age Stasis
    • Self-Sustainability
    • Asepsis
  • Spell Casting
  • Divine Soul
  • Enhanced Power
    • Divinity

In Art

See Also

References

Public Domain

  • A Discourse on the Worship of Priapus by Robert Payne Knight. (1786)
  • The Worship of the Generative Powers By Thomas Wright (1866)
  • The Priapeia Translated by L.C. Smithers, notes by Sir Richard Burton (1890)
  • Phallic Worship By Hodder M. Westropp (1870)

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