In ancient Greek and Roman sculpture, a statue with a head, and sometimes a torso, above a squared lower section, with male genitals often sculpted at the appropriate height.
Attributed to the workshop of Boëthos of Kalchedon. Herm of Dionysos. Bronze and calcitic stone. Ca. 200 – 100 BCE. J. Paul Getty Museum, Villa Collection, Malibu, California.