CategoryAncient Roman erotic oil lamps

scenes is as rare as non-existent on oil lamps.

Category:Ancient Roman erotic oil lamps

Le lucerne romane di I secolo d.C. presentano il disco decorato in rilievo con i pi svariati soggetti. Le lucerne che mostrano scene esplicite di accoppiamenti sessuali erano ovunque molto diffuse nel mondo romano (difatti si sono rinvenute in case private e botteghe), e se vero che esse non erano destinate ai bordelli (i cd.

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: il ruolo della donna sempre e unicamente quello di servire luomo e di subire ogni suo desiderio. Di ben altro carattere sono gli affreschi erotici rinvenuti in case private (per esempio a Pompei), dove in unatmosfera pi tranquilla e paritaria dominano il corteggiamento, i preamboli, il bacio, il palpeggiare dei seni. Questo genere di scene

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: the role of women is always and only to serve the man and to undergo his every desire. Of a very different character are the erotic frescos found in private homes (for example in Pompeii), where in a quieter and equalitarian atmosphere dominates the courtship, the preamble, kissing, the touch of her breasts. This kind of

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tanto raro quanto inesistente sulle lucerne.

) tuttavia le scene ritratte sono di prostituzione: infatti le differenti posizioni erotiche che vi si riscontrano sono identiche a quelle mostrate sugli affreschi dei lupanari (per esempioquelli a Pompei). Va ricordato e sottolineato che una donna romana libera e/o sposata non poteva mai essere rappresentata in questo modo. Le scene erotiche del mondo della prostituzione si riconoscono nettamente per il dominio del maschio sulla donna, delluomo libero sulla schiava, del

The Roman lamps of the first century A.D. presenting the disc decorated in relief with the most various subjects. The lamps that show explicit scenes of sexual intercourse were everywhere very common in the Roman world (in fact they are found in private homes and shops), and if it is true that they were not destined to brothels (the socalled

), however the depicted scenes are of prostitution: in fact the different erotic positions that are show are identical to those on the frescos of lupanaria (for examplethose in Pompeii). It must be remembered and emphasized that a free and/or married Roman woman could never be represented in this way. The erotic scenes in the world of prostitution can be recognized clearly by the male dominance over woman, by the free man on the slave, by the

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