Chapter 2

Chapter 2

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Unformatted text preview: Chapter 1 Research Methods A Brief History of Relationship Science Two male individuals named Ni­Ankh­Khnum and Khnum­Hotep Statue of Raherka and Meresankh Old Kingdom ­ Egyptian Art The Turin Papyrus contains various pictures of sexual activity, perhaps focused on Ramses II and his many wives A Brief History of Relationship Science Early Greek art was concerned with battle and women were mostly Amazons. Plato said that there were three types of people originally created - one male, one female, and one androgynous. A Brief History of Relationship Science In classical antiquity, writers such as Herodotus, Plato, and many others explored aspects of same­sex love in ancient Greece. A Brief History of Relationship Science Etruscan Art Ancient Rome and Marriage Sexuality in Ancient Rome Roman Hedonism From a Brothel in Pompeii A Brief History of Relationship Science Kama Sutra Artistic depiction of a sex position. Kama Sutra did not have llustrative images, part 2 of the work describes different sex positions. A Brief...
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