Pompeii Brothel Sex Paintings

Erotic Pompeii Paints on Brothel and Houses Brothel +   Taverns  +  Houses   +   Thermal Baths  +  Roman erotic art  +  Sculptures  +  Pompeii Movies      Pompeii Erotic Art  Pompeii Erotica  &  Brothel Sex Paintings: Pompeii is one of the most famous of the ancient Roman cities. It was preserved by the eruption of Vesuvius in AD 79. The streets of this city like nearby Herculaneum are literally covered with penis sculptures, symbols of luck and prosperity. In Pompeii there …

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History of Tourism: Pompeii 89 BC – 1970 AD

How was Tourism in Ancient Pompeii?  History of Tourism in Ancient Pompeii, 89 BC- 62 AD: In 89 BC was besieged by Lucio Cornelio Sila. And he surrendered in the year 80 a. After this episode, Sulla established a colony with the name of Colonia Cornelia Veneria Pompeianorum. The inhabitants received Roman citizenship shortly after, but were removed from part of their territory. The inhabitants of the municipality of Pompeii lost their political freedom. What Rome gave them was local …

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Leda and the Swan in Pompeii

Leda and the Swan in Pompeii City A group of archaeologists work in the Pompeii archaeological park in southern Italy. There was a spectacular erotic fresco in very good condition. It is the Greek myth of seduction, embodied in Leda and the swan. It is a unique and exceptional find, said the director of the archaeological park, Massimo Osanna, when announcing the discovery. According to Greek mythology, Leda was the wife of Tindareo of Sparta. While she was walking along …

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Evolution of a Crane and Hoist in Ancient Rome

Evolution of a Roman Crane and Hoist in Ancient Rome Crane and Hoist in Ancient Rome Ancient Roman Crane and Hoist: The Roman Empire invested a lot of time, effort and money developing new cranes for the construction of their buildings, bridges and especially aqueducts. They took the Greek’s crane as a model and improved it.   Roman Crane and Hoist in Ancient Rome Ancient Cranes How to build a. Roman Aqueduct?  Roman aqueducts were underground for most of their length, so …

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