history 21 Super Kinky Pieces of Ancient Sex Art You Won’t Believe Are Real  

Isadora Teich
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While most people don't exactly associate the olden days with wild orgies and all kinds of depraved sexual acts, it turns out that most people are wrong. This crazy ancient sex art will possibly shock even the most porn-numbed individual. If you think ancient sex art sounds boring, it turns out old school tastes were actually pretty freaky. 

This racy ancient art has it all: heterosexual sex, homosexual sex, threesomes, a half-man-half-goat having sex with a goat, and things most people have probably never even considered. Many of these images, which we would consider positively pornographic, were not thought of in this way by our ancestors. They were often religious, protective, or practical, and occasionally even giant paintings that covered entire walls in the homes of ancient wealthy Romans.  

For your viewing pleasure, some of the sexiest ancient artwork of all time - and also some of the weirdest - has been compiled into one handy dandy list. Take a look and learn about history in a whole new way. 

Pan Copulating with a Goat, Herculaneum, 1st Century AD


Pan Copulating with a Goat, He... is listed (or ranked) 1 on the list 21 Super Kinky Pieces of Ancient Sex Art You Won’t Believe Are Real
Photo: Kim Traynor/Wikimedia Commons

Hermophroditus's Erotic Struggle with a Satyr, Pompeii Wall Fresco, 45-79 AD


Hermophroditus's Erotic St... is listed (or ranked) 2 on the list 21 Super Kinky Pieces of Ancient Sex Art You Won’t Believe Are Real
Photo: Public Domain/via Wikimedia

Erotic Mosaic, Villa Romana del Cassale, 4th Century AD


Erotic Mosaic, Villa Romana de... is listed (or ranked) 3 on the list 21 Super Kinky Pieces of Ancient Sex Art You Won’t Believe Are Real
Photo: psub/via Wikimedia

Fresco of Two Men and One Woman Making Love, Pompeii, c. 79 BC


Fresco of Two Men and One Woma... is listed (or ranked) 4 on the list 21 Super Kinky Pieces of Ancient Sex Art You Won’t Believe Are Real
Photo:  Marcus Cyron /via Wikimedia