1,800-Year-Old Roman Penis Carving Discovered
In England there is an ancient, cultural & historical British icon known as Hadrian's Wall. To sum up what it was, it was a 73- mile northern fortification for the Roman Empire back around 122 A.D. It was made up of walls, camps, ditches and newly discovered penis carvings.
The wall was designed to keep the Romans separated from the barbarians, and was undergoing renovations when carvings were discovered, showing several wang-like symbols. Check out the tweet from Historic England below:
It isn't uncommon for you to see these carvings throughout the historically rich area, because ancient Romans thought that the carvings would bring fertility and prosperity. But I'm sure at least one must have been carved for a joke. To check out more of the "cock-carvings," click here.