York Minster

My Norwegian colleague, Kjartan Hauglid
, discovered this interesting corbel
which is between two
Mozarabic-style roll-corbels.
The figure on the left is a megaphallic male, perhaps robed.
The figure on the right is a slightly-exhibitionist female with massive arms and hands on her knees.

These corbels date from the last part of the 11th century, and are the earliest-known exhibitionists
to appear on a church in the British Isles.

Compare with an earlier pair on a frieze in Poitiers

photo © Kjartan Hauglid