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  • Page 121: Sita being lured by a disguised Ravana, while Rama and Laksmana hunt in the forest. Watercolour drawing.
  • Persian couple copulating
  • Persian couple copulating
  • Lot and his daughters take refuge in a cave and begin their debauch; outside, his wife, now a pillar of salt, faces the burning city of Sodom. Etching by D. Bonavera.
  • Persian couple copulating
  • A Persian prince with a young woman
  • Persian couple copulating
  • Persian couple copulating
  • Persian couple copulating
  • Persian prince with his attendants
  • Persian couple sharing a drink
  • Persian couple copulating
  • Persian couple copulating
  • A shepherdess receiving amorous approaches from a man under a tree as they are watched by a man from behind. Etching.
  • Apollo presiding over a gentleman of sensual appetite; representing the sanguine temperament. Etching by J.D. Nessenthaler, ca. 1750.
  • Persian couple copulating
  • Persian couple copulating
  • Bacchus and Ariadne. Engraving by P.M. Vitali after A. von Maron, 1783.
  • Bacchus and Ariadne. Engraving by P.M. Vitali after A. von Maron, 1783.
  • Three lecherous men gather round a pretty street seller, admiring her rather than her wares. Coloured lithograph by Langlumé after E. Pigal.
  • A skeleton as a woman wearing a brown and red dress and a black headdress. Oil painting, ca. 1680.
  • Persian couple copulating
  • Potiphar's wife denouncing Joseph to Potiphar. Tempera painting by Francesco di Giorgio Martini, 146- (?).
  • Persian couple copulating
  • A physician trying to take advantage of a young woman patient by visiting her at home while her husband is out. Coloured lithograph, 1852.
  • Persian couple copulating
  • Persian couple copulating
  • Kichaka making indecent proposals to a frightened Draupadi.
  • Judith puts the head of Holofernes into her maid's bag. Etching (?) after H. Goltzius.
  • Judith and her maid put the head of Holofernes into a bag. Engraving by A. Smith.