Archaeologists find 18-inch penis carved into ruins of ancient villa

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IT was a case of Diggus Dickus when archaeologists found a huge willy sculpture on a dig at a Roman ruin.

The 18-inch ancient phallus was carved into the wall of a villa and would have been in full view for visitors to admire.

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The 18-inch ancient phallus was carved into the wall of a villa and would have been in full view for visitors to admireCredit: Jam Press/Museo Histórico Local

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Graham Chapman famously played Roman officer Biggus Dickus in Monty Python’s 1979 film Life of BrianCredit: Kobal Collection – Shutterstock

Experts say todgers were considered to be symbols of good luck and fertility and were often found in homes and military bases during the days of the Roman Empire.

But this monster is one of the biggest unearthed to date, historians say.

It was discovered on an excavation site at El Higueron Ruins in the southern Spanish province of Cordoba.

Graham Chapman famously played Roman officer Biggus Dickus in Monty Python’s 1979 film Life of Brian with his name raising more than a few laughs.

Dig director Andres Roldan said: “It was common to put them on the facades of homes and soldiers carried small phallic amulets as symbols of virility, but this one is unusually large.”

In the Gladiator movie, Maximus famously said: “What we do in life echoes in eternity.”

A giant stone pecker would certainly be something to Crowe about, Russell.

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In the Gladiator movie, Maximus famously said: ‘What we do in life echoes in eternity’Credit: Alamy

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The sculpture is one of the biggest unearthed to date, historians sayCredit: Jam Press/Museo Histórico Local

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