Pedanius Dioscorides lived around 40—90 C.
Saller, "The Social Dynamics of Consent to Marriage and Sexual Relations: The Evidence of Roman Comedy," in Consent and Coercion to Sex and Marriage in Ancient and Medieval Societies Dumbarton Oaks, 1993 , p.
At which point I told my publisher, that yes, I would be delighted to write such a book.
Rape was one of the traditional punishments inflicted on a male adulterer by the wronged husband, though perhaps more in revenge fantasy than in practice.
On one occasion, they invited a "well-endowed" young rusticanus iuvenis to their party, and took turns performing oral sex on him.
Many of the were believed to have healing powers, but one in particular played a prominent role in ancient medicine.
The , about on the front in , mentions an officer who has a male concubine concubinus on.
Homosexuality in Greece and Rome: A Sourcebook of Basic Documents.