: This study examines the evolution of Greek and Roman medical conceptualizations of preputial aesthetics, utilizing evidence found in classical medical texts as well as clues from literature, legal sources, and art.
A conclusive picture emerges that the Greeks valued the longer prepuce and pathologized the penis characterized by a deficient prepuce—especially one that had been surgically ablated—under the disease concept of This may be an accurate representation of an ethnic norm; a broad-based, culturally significant idealization of the penis; or, in some cases, the representation of a prepuce that has been deliberately lengthened.
“Professional” wrestler (former) Ric Savage now has a television show on Spike TV called “American Diggers.” They’re Americans and they dig. The problem is, they fancy themselves as “diggers” of artifacts and relics.
And this is a problem because they really don’t know what they’re doing. There’s a story behind every single bullet, belt buckle, button, and even thrown out pig bone that can be recovered.
“The higher the education people get, the higher the snobbishness that goes along with it.”I think Ric got it half right. They’re not looked on as being a part of the archaeological community at all. To be a member of the archaeological community, you would first need to be trained as an archaeologist. It isn’t that their educations increase their “snobbishness” -rather it’s that their educations increase their knowledge.
Savage takes the low-road of ignorance when he attempts to berate those with educations as snobs, but such criticism only works with those that refuse to obtain an education. Like I said, I understand the motivations behind wanting to dig up relics and artifacts.
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