Phoebus wore the wings of the hawk at once, at another your skin of a lion.

Phoebus wore the wings of the hawk at once, at another your skin of a lion. Bestiality in Ancient Rome Leonard C. Smithers and Sir Richard Burton composed within the notes of “Sportive Epigrams on Priapus”: “Although recommendations into the classics to bestiality aren’t unfrequent, in Epigram 52 may be the passage that is only …

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