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hadrian and antinoo

Same-sex desire shown at the British Museum The British Museum is the first National Public Museum in the world and was founded in 1753. Since the beginning has guaranteed free entrance to all visitors from around the world and today visitors are more than 6 million in a year. The Museum was originally stablished in 1753...
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Antinous, a Gay God? Antinous was born in Greece in Claludiopolis, and he was probably a slave when he was young. During a trip to Greece, Antinous was recruited by the Emperor Hadrian and was sent to Italy. In Italy he started the school at Caelian Hill and when the Emperor came back to Italy made Antinous his...
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The gay love story behind Hadrian’s Villa At only 45 minutes away from Rome you can find Hadrian’s Villa, built in the second century ac. This villa was constructed as a retreat for the Roman Emperor Hadrian in Tivoli, a perfect place for its beautiful landscape. The villa has different styles like classical Greek architecture...
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The secret cabinet at the Naples Archeological Museum includes homosexual representations The Naples National Archaeological Museum -situated in Naples, Italy- has a magnificent collection of Roman, Greek and Renaissance times. Also here you can find a big collection of antiquity from Pompeii, Herculaneum and Stabiae. If you walk into the Museum, you will be amazed...
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Same-sex marriage in Ancient Rome: Nero, Julius Caesar or Hadrian, which of these Roman emperors has married another man? In ancient times the words homosexuality or heterosexuality were not conceived as nowadays. In fact, these concepts were unknown and the sexual identification was based mainly on the role played during the sexual act. It is...
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