Introduction; Non-Eroticism; The depiction of the phallus; Ironic depictions and parodies; Pubblic displays; Eroticism at the banquet; Eroticism on show; Manifestations in the private sphere; Erotic arousal from reading; The use of images to arouse; Erotic pictures with doors; Voyeurism and exhibitionism; Looking at nudity and looking at oneself during love; Manifestations in the sacred sphere; Religious festivals; Fertility rites'; Conclusion; Index of passages from ancient authors; Index of inscriptions cited; Index of important persons, places and things; Essential bibliography.
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