A Comic Essay About Prostitution in Ancient Greece and Rome Reginald Dipwipple

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Published: July 17th 2011

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A Comic Essay About Prostitution in Ancient Greece and Rome  by  Reginald Dipwipple

A Comic Essay About Prostitution in Ancient Greece and Rome by Reginald Dipwipple
July 17th 2011 | ebook | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, RTF | | ISBN: | 4.28 Mb

History doesn’t have to be boring. It can be sexy and funny! This comic essay presents a light-hearted look at the world’s oldest profession as it was practiced in the ancient Greek and Roman worlds. From prostitutes with blue hair to prostitutes forMoreHistory doesn’t have to be boring. It can be sexy and funny! This comic essay presents a light-hearted look at the world’s oldest profession as it was practiced in the ancient Greek and Roman worlds.

From prostitutes with blue hair to prostitutes for the dead (i.e., paid to be mourners), from flute players (really) to baker’s girls, from the high-priced “Delicatae” to the low-priced “Diobolares” who charged the equivalent of two pennies, this essay also includes such trivia as the Latin origin of such words as “fornication” and even of “trivia.” If the sexuality of the topic offends you, this short book is nothing compared to today’s soap operas.

Or James Bond movies. And speaking of spies, this essay-length book is derived from the comedy novel, “Spy: Tongue-Tied With Stomach Knots (An Enlightened Comedy)” by the same author, Reginald Dipwipple, Secret Agent Extraordinaire. More information can be found on Reggie’s website, www.SecretComedy.com



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