CLAS220Day37LectureGuide - HOT OIL. abortion I. With whom...

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1 Classics 220: Lecture Guide, Day 37 Entertainment… and Sex 1. Entertainment in the Roman World (Continued) A. Provide a few details about the layout of Roman theaters: B. Describe the actors and characters seen in Roman drama: C. What did a Roman bath look like? Identify a few of the common parts of a bath complex: D. What other types of (typically private) entertainment did Romans enjoy? 2. Martial E. Who was Martial? Give his dates and describe his works. 3. Sex and Sexuality in the Roman World F. In a very basic sense, how did the Romans divide up their sexual world? G. List a few facts about marital and extramarital sex in the Roman world: H. What were some Roman methods of contraception? Were any of them effective?
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Unformatted text preview: HOT OIL. abortion I. With whom could a free Roman male have sex? Anyone but free roman boys. . particularly prostitues J. List a few facts about the Roman view/practice of homosexuality: They didnt mind it 2 K. List a few facts about the Roman view/practice of oral sex: The dick licker (the fallator) had to have a clean mouth Licking the vajay was looked down upon cause its gross L. Describe some of the sexual imagery in the Roman world, as well as location & purpose: M. Describe some of the sexual objects one might find in a Roman home: Phallus wind chimes...
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This note was uploaded on 07/01/2009 for the course CLASS 220 taught by Professor Baushatz during the Spring '08 term at University of Arizona- Tucson.

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