Roman era erotic art
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Roman erotica lacks a sense of sin
In Mesopotamia, sex was just another aspect of life and there was no shyness, or taboo involved in it. To the causal observer, it seems the ancients were more open about their sexuality then we are today. Attic ceramic kylix or drinking cup BCE depicting an erotic scene. The precise idea behind producing these erotic scenes is unknown but there may well been a religious purpose. Ancient art and archaeological remains have provided archaeologists and historians today with clues to how the ancients practiced their sexuality and their overall attitude toward sex. One of the most famous collections of erotic art from Roman culture is the artwork featured in the secret cabinet gabinetto segreto. This terracotta plaque dates back to the old Babylonian period. Some works appear to be hastily made, as if they serve little more purpose than to spur sexual arousal — such as the illustrations of sex positions painted on the walls of a Pompeii brothel. Hellenistic Period , BCE. This Roman fresco shows the act of making love.
Modern art, architecture, politics, science, philosophy, literature — virtually ever aspect of western civilization has its roots in the Roman empire.
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