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Phyllis Davis

Her image lingers beyond any single part, as that modern day minor divinity the Sex Symbol, surrendering herself on screen as you feel she would in life, tender, soft, sweet, willing, but somehow essentially melancholic, fallen from innocence, not knowing, … Continue reading

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Peak

Obviously all female, she smiled to herself. She’d get his eyes to look at her body. Do you like me? I mean the way I look. The way I’m built. Do you like girls with breasts like mine. Big ones, … Continue reading

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Figure of Isis-Aphrodite

Period: Roman Period Date: 2nd century A.D. Geography: From Egypt Medium: Terracotta painted brown, black, red, and pink on white engobe The Met

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Marble relief with a dancing maenad

Adaptation of work attributed to Kallimachos Period: Early Imperial, Augustan Date: ca. 27 B.C.–A.D. 14 Culture: Roman Medium: Marble, Pentelic The Met

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