This could be Spain but it’s actually Crete.
The museum entry says this helmet comes from Greece, but actually it comes from Meapontum, from the tomb of Archelaos, tyrant of the polis- it was (allegedly) stolen and brought to Switzerland, then sold to an art merchant.
Y por esto* los griegos eran infinitamente superiores a nosotros (porque tenían un nombre distinto para cada recipiente)
*Y faltan bastantes en esta imagen
Greek Depiction of Male Sexual Interacton
Erotic fondling of the boy and frontal between-the-thighs intercourse by the man are the practices most frequently illustrated on ancient pottery. Though it is probably simplistic to assume that the iconography is an unfailing guide to actual practices that iconography taken in conjunction with textual evidence allows us to draw certain conclusions. As T.K. Hubbard of the University of Texas points out, “fondling a boy’s organ was one of the most commonly represented courtship gestures on the vases. What can the point of this act have been, unless lovers in fact derived some pleasure from feeling and watching the boy’s developing organ wake up and respond to their manual stimulation? Surely playing with a dead penis was not any more fun then than it is now.”
“Surely playing with a dead penis was not any more fun then than it is now.”
This is an example of how the excavated pieces of ancient Greek art we have, such as marble statues, may have originally appeared- they were painted with bright colours as demonstrated on the left in this image.
Y esto es lo que le voy a argumentar a la gente que me diga “¡¡ahhh… igual mi sueño vivir en la Antigua Grecia/Roma!!”.
El argumento de la esclavitud, al lado de esto, me parece demasiado débil.
Lo de la esclavitud, vale, pero esto me gusta.