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Antikes Griechenland

Die alten Griechen haben in der Regel nicht Probleme mit der Darstellung des nackten menschlichen Körper. Nacktheit in der antiken Welt wurde als ein natürlicher Bestandteil des Lebens betrachtet. Belegt durch die Anzahl der erhaltenen Artefakte Kunst und Handwerk - Skulpturen, Keramiken, sowie Münzen. Selten sind jedoch eindeutig eine Darstellung von Zeichen in sexuellen Positionen, wie ein Satyr und Nymphe auf archaischen griechischen Münzen aus Mazedonien und von der Insel Thassos.

Das alte Rom

In römischer Zeit ist es nicht die direkte Darstellung von sexuellen Themen auf Münzen (Währung) bekannt, obwohl die nackten Figuren auf den Münzen normal angezeigt wurden. Neben der Standard-Münze geprägt von den Römern als auch spezielle Aufträge - Metall-Token namens Steinchen, die bei verschiedenen Anlässen verteilt wurden und diente als Eintrittskarte für solche Auftritte im Zirkus.

Spezifische Tessera von 1 Jahrhunderts. Chips sind selten erotisch genannte Spintrien, die ursprünglich in Bronze geprägt wurden. Die eine Seite zeigt das Token Akt der Liebe - jeder Mann und jede Frau, trägt die andere Seite eine römische Ziffer in dem Kranz. Bekannt als die Zahlen I bis XVI, mit Zahlen höher als 13 sind sehr selten.

Heute sind nur noch erraten, zu welchem ​​Zweck waren diese Chips gefertigt. Einige Experten sagen, dass ihre wichtigste Funktion, ein öffentliches Haus und Auspumpen auf dem Token angezeigt betreten war. Vertretung Dienste angeblich von Sprachbarrieren zwischen den Nationen im gesamten Römischen Reich zu überwinden, zum Beispiel, hat syrischen Seemann, der gerade in Rom eingetroffen war und kein Wort von lateinisch, wie in Abbildung gezeigt, wusste genau, was er will. Anderen Quellen zufolge jedoch wurde eine spezielle Spielmarken, ähnlich der heutigen erotisch-Karten oder Chips in der numerischen ein von Brettspielen verwendet.

Parallel zu denen der römischen erotischen Token Token benutzt, wie Zirkus-Tickets oder Gutscheinen für Lebensmittel Kugeln. Diese in der Regel auf einer Seite ein Bildnis des Kaisers durchgeführt. Aber sehen den Kaiser auf einem Chip mit erotischen Themen waren nemyslitelé so rubní spintrií Partei trägt die numerische Bezeichnung, vielleicht wird der Wert des Chips. Nach der derzeit am weitesten verbreitete Meinung, war wirklich ein Gutschein für sexuelle Dienstleistungen, die kostenlos verteilt wurden, aber nicht so viel wie Brot und Chips im Spiel.

Renaissance

Die Renaissance wurde versucht, auf antiken griechischen und römischen Kunst zu bauen, und zog es aus. Die Form des männlichen Penis war ein Symbol für den alten Griechen und den generativen Kräfte der Natur selbst war ein Zeichen fallos Satyr Weingott Dionysos Führer. Diese Satyrn in der Renaissance, dann Lust, wie Pan, der Gott der Herden und die Jagd, die zusammen dargestellt. Das sind Dämonen wilden, ungezähmten PRE-Familien. Das griechische Wort bedeutet, dass alle Pfanne - durchdringt alle Dinge. Leiter des Penis zusammengesetzt zeigt, dass sein Besitzer nicht an nichts anderes denken, zeigt Medaillen natürlichen, unbebauten Controlling männliche Sexualität. Motiv war in Italien 16. Jahrhundert ungewöhnlich, wie Francesco Urbino geschmückten Kopf der Penis spielerische Majolika-Teller aus zwischen 1530 komponiert - die 1537.

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7 Tage der Freude erotisch Münzen eingestellt - Pompeji

Katalog Nr.: ETC9

Preis: 39.00 €

   

Ancient Roman sprintiae. Satz von 7 Bronzekopie Münzen - antiken römischen in Feld Inklusive Booklet in 9 Sprachen dargestellt erotische Token.

Material: Bronze
Münze Größe: 23 mm
Sprachen: EN, IT, FR, ES, DE, RU, CZ, CN, JP

Die ungewöhnlichen Roman Erotik Token aus dem ursprünglich genannten Expired Spintriae 1. Jahrhundert wurden aus einer Legierung aus Messing / Bronze geschlagen. Eine Seite des Token stellt den sexuellen Akt - immer ein Mann mit einer Frau während die andere Seite trägt eine römische Zahl innerhalb eines Kranzes. Die Zahlen I bis XVI sind bekannt Überschreiten XIII weiss mit Zahlen sehr selten. Wir wissen nicht, warum heute die Token vorgenommen wurden. Einige Experten behaupten, que le Handfunktion, um die Zulassung zu erhalten, um War Bordellen and'draw den Service "auf dem Token dargestellt. Es wird vermutet, que la Darstellung der Service war die Sprachbarriere entre les Völker des Römischen Reiches zu überwinden. Zum Beispiel ein syrischer Matrosen, der gerade in Rom kam ohne ein Wort in Latein Möchten genau wissen, was auf der Grundlage der Darstellung rechnen. Einige theoretisierte sie waren spezielle Gaming-Marken mit einem den zeitgenössischen erotischen Karten oder Zahlen Token in einigen Brettspielen verwendet. Diese erotische Token Hatte einen parallel in den römischen Token als Eintrittskarte in den Zirkus und the'meal Dann Gutscheine 'dient. Das Drehen meist trug das Porträt des Kaisers auf einer Seite. Und doch war es undenkbar, zeigen die Kaiser-Token mit Erotik und der Rückseite des Spintriae Die birgt deshalb auch ein numerische Bezeichnung Vielleicht den Wert des Token. Selon Derzeit ist die vorherrschende Meinung sie tatsächlich Token nach sexuellen Dienstleistungen qui wurden kostenlos verteilt die aber nicht so umfassend wie die Token für Brot und Spiele.

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Rome, erotic token Spintria VIIII, 1st century, tin replica

Katalog Nr.: ETC08

Preis: 6.00 €

   

Material: Tin. Size circa 23 mm.

The rare Roman erotic tokens dating back to the 1st century, called Spintriae, were originally struck from an alloy of brass/bronze. One side of the token depicts the sexual act – always a man with a woman, while the other side bears a Roman numeral within a wreath. The numbers I to XVI are known, with numbers exceeding XIII being very rare. We do not know today why the tokens were made. Some experts claim that the main function was to gain admission to brothels and draw the service depicted on the token. It is thought that the depiction of the service was to overcome the language barrier between the peoples of the Roman Empire; for example, a Syrian sailor who just arrived in Rome without knowing a word in Latin would know exactly what to expect based on the illustration. Some theorise they were special gaming tokens similar to contemporary erotic cards or numerical tokens used in some board games. These erotic tokens had a parallel in the Roman tokens serving as admission tickets to the circus and the then meal vouchers. The latter mostly bore the portrait of the emperor on one side. Yet it was unthinkable to depict the emperor on a token with erotic motifs, and the reverse side of the Spintriae therefore bears a numerical designation, perhaps the value of the token. According to the currently prevailing opinion, they were indeed tokens for sexual services, which were distributed for free, although not as extensively as the tokens for bread and circuses.

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Rome, erotic token Spintria X, 1st century, tin replica

Katalog Nr.: 01

Preis: 6.00 €

   

Material: Tin. Size circa 23 mm.

The rare Roman erotic tokens dating back to the 1st century, called Spintriae, were originally struck from an alloy of brass/bronze. One side of the token depicts the sexual act – always a man with a woman, while the other side bears a Roman numeral within a wreath. The numbers I to XVI are known, with numbers exceeding XIII being very rare. We do not know today why the tokens were made. Some experts claim that the main function was to gain admission to brothels and draw the service depicted on the token. It is thought that the depiction of the service was to overcome the language barrier between the peoples of the Roman Empire; for example, a Syrian sailor who just arrived in Rome without knowing a word in Latin would know exactly what to expect based on the illustration. Some theorise they were special gaming tokens similar to contemporary erotic cards or numerical tokens used in some board games. These erotic tokens had a parallel in the Roman tokens serving as admission tickets to the circus and the then meal vouchers. The latter mostly bore the portrait of the emperor on one side. Yet it was unthinkable to depict the emperor on a token with erotic motifs, and the reverse side of the Spintriae therefore bears a numerical designation, perhaps the value of the token. According to the currently prevailing opinion, they were indeed tokens for sexual services, which were distributed for free, although not as extensively as the tokens for bread and circuses.

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Rome, erotic token Spintria XII, 1st century, tin replica

Katalog Nr.: 03

Preis: 6.00 €

   

Material: Tin. Size circa 23 mm.

The rare Roman erotic tokens dating back to the 1st century, called Spintriae, were originally struck from an alloy of brass/bronze. One side of the token depicts the sexual act – always a man with a woman, while the other side bears a Roman numeral within a wreath. The numbers I to XVI are known, with numbers exceeding XIII being very rare. We do not know today why the tokens were made. Some experts claim that the main function was to gain admission to brothels and draw the service depicted on the token. It is thought that the depiction of the service was to overcome the language barrier between the peoples of the Roman Empire; for example, a Syrian sailor who just arrived in Rome without knowing a word in Latin would know exactly what to expect based on the illustration. Some theorise they were special gaming tokens similar to contemporary erotic cards or numerical tokens used in some board games. These erotic tokens had a parallel in the Roman tokens serving as admission tickets to the circus and the then meal vouchers. The latter mostly bore the portrait of the emperor on one side. Yet it was unthinkable to depict the emperor on a token with erotic motifs, and the reverse side of the Spintriae therefore bears a numerical designation, perhaps the value of the token. According to the currently prevailing opinion, they were indeed tokens for sexual services, which were distributed for free, although not as extensively as the tokens for bread and circuses.

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Rome, erotic token Spintria XIII, 1st century, tin replica

Katalog Nr.: ETC04

Preis: 6.00 €

   

Material: Tin. Size circa 23 mm.

The rare Roman erotic tokens dating back to the 1st century, called Spintriae, were originally struck from an alloy of brass/bronze. One side of the token depicts the sexual act – always a man with a woman, while the other side bears a Roman numeral within a wreath. The numbers I to XVI are known, with numbers exceeding XIII being very rare. We do not know today why the tokens were made. Some experts claim that the main function was to gain admission to brothels and draw the service depicted on the token. It is thought that the depiction of the service was to overcome the language barrier between the peoples of the Roman Empire; for example, a Syrian sailor who just arrived in Rome without knowing a word in Latin would know exactly what to expect based on the illustration. Some theorise they were special gaming tokens similar to contemporary erotic cards or numerical tokens used in some board games. These erotic tokens had a parallel in the Roman tokens serving as admission tickets to the circus and the then meal vouchers. The latter mostly bore the portrait of the emperor on one side. Yet it was unthinkable to depict the emperor on a token with erotic motifs, and the reverse side of the Spintriae therefore bears a numerical designation, perhaps the value of the token. According to the currently prevailing opinion, they were indeed tokens for sexual services, which were distributed for free, although not as extensively as the tokens for bread and circuses.

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Rome, erotic token Spintria V, 1st century, tin replica

Katalog Nr.: ETC05

Preis: 6.00 €

   

Material: Tin. Size circa 23 mm.

The rare Roman erotic tokens dating back to the 1st century, called Spintriae, were originally struck from an alloy of brass/bronze. One side of the token depicts the sexual act – always a man with a woman, while the other side bears a Roman numeral within a wreath. The numbers I to XVI are known, with numbers exceeding XIII being very rare. We do not know today why the tokens were made. Some experts claim that the main function was to gain admission to brothels and draw the service depicted on the token. It is thought that the depiction of the service was to overcome the language barrier between the peoples of the Roman Empire; for example, a Syrian sailor who just arrived in Rome without knowing a word in Latin would know exactly what to expect based on the illustration. Some theorise they were special gaming tokens similar to contemporary erotic cards or numerical tokens used in some board games. These erotic tokens had a parallel in the Roman tokens serving as admission tickets to the circus and the then meal vouchers. The latter mostly bore the portrait of the emperor on one side. Yet it was unthinkable to depict the emperor on a token with erotic motifs, and the reverse side of the Spintriae therefore bears a numerical designation, perhaps the value of the token. According to the currently prevailing opinion, they were indeed tokens for sexual services, which were distributed for free, although not as extensively as the tokens for bread and circuses.

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Rome, erotic token Spintria VI, 1st century, tin replica

Katalog Nr.: ETC06

Preis: 6.00 €

   

Material: Tin. Size circa 23 mm.

The rare Roman erotic tokens dating back to the 1st century, called Spintriae, were originally struck from an alloy of brass/bronze. One side of the token depicts the sexual act – always a man with a woman, while the other side bears a Roman numeral within a wreath. The numbers I to XVI are known, with numbers exceeding XIII being very rare. We do not know today why the tokens were made. Some experts claim that the main function was to gain admission to brothels and draw the service depicted on the token. It is thought that the depiction of the service was to overcome the language barrier between the peoples of the Roman Empire; for example, a Syrian sailor who just arrived in Rome without knowing a word in Latin would know exactly what to expect based on the illustration. Some theorise they were special gaming tokens similar to contemporary erotic cards or numerical tokens used in some board games. These erotic tokens had a parallel in the Roman tokens serving as admission tickets to the circus and the then meal vouchers. The latter mostly bore the portrait of the emperor on one side. Yet it was unthinkable to depict the emperor on a token with erotic motifs, and the reverse side of the Spintriae therefore bears a numerical designation, perhaps the value of the token. According to the currently prevailing opinion, they were indeed tokens for sexual services, which were distributed for free, although not as extensively as the tokens for bread and circuses.

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Rome, erotic token Spintria III, 1st century, tin replica

Katalog Nr.: ETC07

Preis: 6.00 €

   

Material: Tin. Size circa 23 mm.

The rare Roman erotic tokens dating back to the 1st century, called Spintriae, were originally struck from an alloy of brass/bronze. One side of the token depicts the sexual act – always a man with a woman, while the other side bears a Roman numeral within a wreath. The numbers I to XVI are known, with numbers exceeding XIII being very rare. We do not know today why the tokens were made. Some experts claim that the main function was to gain admission to brothels and draw the service depicted on the token. It is thought that the depiction of the service was to overcome the language barrier between the peoples of the Roman Empire; for example, a Syrian sailor who just arrived in Rome without knowing a word in Latin would know exactly what to expect based on the illustration. Some theorise they were special gaming tokens similar to contemporary erotic cards or numerical tokens used in some board games. These erotic tokens had a parallel in the Roman tokens serving as admission tickets to the circus and the then meal vouchers. The latter mostly bore the portrait of the emperor on one side. Yet it was unthinkable to depict the emperor on a token with erotic motifs, and the reverse side of the Spintriae therefore bears a numerical designation, perhaps the value of the token. According to the currently prevailing opinion, they were indeed tokens for sexual services, which were distributed for free, although not as extensively as the tokens for bread and circuses.

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