African Erotica: The Essence of African Erotica in Art and Literature
Astrolog Publishing House, 2004 - Art - 167 pages
The profound erotic world of Africa is revealed in this book through art, religion, and anthropology, as well as through tales from travelers who spent time in Africa, including Sir Richard Burton. The ancient roots of African erotica are explored, revealing stories of the Queen of Sheba, King Solomon, and many others. Also explored are the evidence and expressions of African eroticism in the cultures of various countries that were in close proximity to Africa or had commercial ties with the peoples of Africa, including the Greeks, Romans, Arabs, Indians, and Persians.
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