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Erotic paintings on the walls of a brothel in Pompeii have given a real insight into the sex lives of those living in the ancient society. It now has part of a documentary focusing on the lives and the activities of the people who lived there. As well as paintings, the walls of the brothel were covered in writing from both guests, boasting of their sexual prowess, as well as the prostitutes themselves.
The Lupanar of Pompeii was the only purpose built brothel in Pompeii.
On the top floor were five rooms. Those working in the sex house would have had to legally register for a licence and pay taxes, researchers believe. The working girls would have also had to wear a reddish brown coat at all times and dye their hair blonde. up. Not convinced? Find out more ».
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Up Pompeii! Erotic paintings reveal sex lives of ancient Romans