2 edition of Sexual life in ancient Greece found in the catalog.
Sexual life in ancient Greece
|Statement||by Hans Licht [pseud. Translated by J.H. Freese; edited by Lawrence H. Dawson]|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 556 p.|
|Number of Pages||556|
|LC Control Number||53002776|
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Based on the shipping address you selected, the following changes will be made to your order before it is processed: Currency and shipping options will change to reflect those available in the selected region. Aug 15, · Plato, Xenophon and Athenaeus were the first to describe the history of homosexuality in ancient Greece, since they showed affection for people of the same gender. Back then, that simply represented the adaptation of desire as a routine part of their social life. Only in the Iliad, created in B.C., is that the first [ ].
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This book will shake your foundation when it comes to your understanding of sexuality in Ancient Greece. It seems that what some civilizations consider unnatural, others consider wholly natural and charlesrosier.com by: Using literary, historical and artistic evidence, Licht presents a detailed picture of sexual life in Ancient Greece.
He reviews marriage and the life of women, the human figure, festivals, theatre, dances, games and meals, religion and the erotic, greek literature, prostitution and the services provided by the Hetairaea and the position of male homosexuality in Greek life/5. Han's Licht's "Sexual Life in Ancient Greece" provides a fascinating account of ancient Greek society with a focus on sexuality.
Exploring many different aspects of daily life from marriage customs and clothing to festivals and beauty contests, it offers a fantastic overview of Greek society and ideals not to be missed by those with an interest.
He explains that because the Greeks envisioned highly erotic gods sexuality was not considered shameful, as it is by today’s moral codes, which are based in Christianity. A comprehensive work, Sexual Life in Ancient Greece covers issues including castration, excrement, obscenities, and traditions surrounding childbirth.
Book tells it straight about sex lives of ancient Greeks one of the hottest reads in Greece. The book, Love, Sex and Marriage: A Guide to the Private Life of the Ancient Greeks, has become a. From Ancient Greece, modern Western civilisation has derived many of its artistic philosophical and political ideals.
But, in certain areas of sexual tolerance and inventiveness, we still have much to learn from the land and age which produced the most flourishing and creative culture of the ancient world. Professor Hans Licht, in this erudite and fascinating book, discusses in full every 3/5(1).
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Jan 17, · EMBED (for charlesrosier.com hosted blogs and charlesrosier.com item tags). “Ancient Greeks, Romans, and Egyptians had erotic preferences and sexual taboos we’ve seldom heard about,” says California author and historical detective Vicki León in her new book The Joy. Aug 14, · The images that follow present just a few of these sexual curiosities in Ancient Greece - sometimes satirical, sometimes familiar, and often strange.
J.C. McKeown is the author of the new book The Cabinet of Greek Curiosities: Strange Tales and Surprising Facts From the Cradle of Western Civilization (Oxford University Press).
Sexual Life in Ancient China is quite an interesting read given that it was written in the 's when most existing literature on China was in the "orientalist" school, which was dominated by Western academics who argued about the meanings of words and were often quite conservative, chastising "the East" for being backward, non-Western, etc /5.
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Hans Licht, Sexual Life in Ancient Greece, London, Allison Glazebrook, Madeleine M. Henry (ed.), Greek Prostitutes in the Ancient Mediterranean, BCE CE (Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, ) (Wisconsin studies in classics).
Pederasty in ancient Greece was a socially acknowledged romantic relationship between an adult male (the erastes) and a younger male (the eromenos) usually in his teens. It was characteristic of the Archaic and Classical periods.
The influence of pederasty on Greek culture of these periods was so pervasive that it has been called "the principal cultural model for free relationships between. To the causal observer, it seems the ancients were more open about their sexuality then we are today.
In ancient Rome there were artworks in living rooms or studies depicting erotic images of lovers performing various sexual acts and in ancient Mesopotamia mass-produced terracotta plagues would show couples having sex.
The Secret Cabinet. The University of Chicago Press. Books Division. Chicago Distribution Center. But, in certain areas of sexual tolerance and inventiveness, we still have much to learn from the land and age which produced the most flourishing and creative culture of the ancient world.
Professor Hans Licht, in this erudite and fascinating book, discusses in full every aspect of the Ancient Greeks' sexual charlesrosier.com: Hans Licht. Nov 03, · Ancient Rome was the birthplace of a great civilization, that, like us, had its own sexual predilections.
Much like the modern-day humans, they too had a fondness for prostitutes and brothels, loved being in homosexual relationships, and enjoyed marital sex to the hilt. Editorial Reviews. This companion volume to characterizes the difference between Greek and Roman sexual practices this way: "The inmost nature of the Greeks is naked sensuality, which, indeed, rarely become brutality-->as in the case of the Romans."Licht, who taught at Leipzig University between the two World Wars, explains that Greek love, an exultant creed of sensuality, was of three major Price: $.
Ancient Greek society had different words for different kinds of love. Eros, for the most part, denoted love that had a sexual component. It could refer to the ideal marital affection between men and women, but also encompassed homosexual relationships.Dec 09, · The ancient Greeks were never at a loss for words when it came to love and lust – and an exhibition that opened in Athens today laying bare the practice of sex in classical times through an.Love and sex in ancient Greece The Acropolis - centre of conservative society?
By Helena Smith in Athens. In Greece it is the hottest read this summer. Everyone from academics to tourists is, it seems, lapping up "Love, Sex and Marriage - a Guide to the Private Life of the Ancient Greeks".