The Prehistory of Sex: Four Million Years of Human Sexual Culture

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Fourth Estate, 1997 - Sex - 353 pages
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From cave art to penis sheaths, from the personal tragedies of death in childbirth to the grand symbols of Stonehenge, this is a collection and analysis of a wide range of artefacts and written records relevant to the sexual history of mankind. Examining the data of 4,000,000 years, the book encompasses transvestite priests, Amazon warrier-women, familial and societal power relations, genes and hormones.

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THE PREHISTORY OF SEX: Four Million Years of Human Sexual Culture

User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

A chatty, erudite introduction to one of the least publicized areas of archaeology: the sexual practices and attitudes of our prehistoric ancestors. Taylor's background as a professor (Archaeology ... Read full review

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Enlightened, ground-breaking, woth re-reading. Read full review

Contents

Skull Sex and Brain Sex
52
Mysteries of the Organism
73
Meet the Real Flintstones
97
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