ZACHARIAS P.

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I ♥ ancient Greece  Man soliciting boy for sex in exchange for a purse containing coins. The inscription reads ΗΟ ΠΑΙΣ ΚΑΛΟΣ (“The Boy is Beautiful”). Athenian red-figure kylix, 5th c. B.C. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.
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I ♥ ancient Greece  Man soliciting boy for sex in exchange for a purse containing coins. The inscription reads ΗΟ ΠΑΙΣ ΚΑΛΟΣ (“The Boy is Beautiful”). Athenian red-figure kylix, 5th c. B.C. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

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I ♥ ancient Greece  Ganymedes 5th century BC
In Greek mythology, Ganymede is a divine hero, Homer describes Ganymede as the most beautiful of mortals, in the best-known myth, he is abducted by Zeus, in the form of an eagle, to serve as cup-bearer in Olympus. Ganymede had been tending sheep, a rustic or humble pursuit characteristic of a hero’s boyhood before his privileged status is revealed ιn Olympus, Zeus granted him eternal youth and immortality. Some interpretations of the myth treat it as an allegory of the human soul aspiring to immortality. It also served as a model for the Greek social custom of paiderastía, the socially acceptable erotic relationship between a man and a youth. The Latin form of the name was Catamitus, from which the English word “catamite” derives. Plato accounts for the pederastic aspect of the myth by attributing its origin to Crete, where the social custom of paiderastía was supposed to have originated. Socrates deny that Ganymede was the “catamite” of Zeus, and say the god loved him non-sexually but for his psychē, “mind” or “soul,” giving the etymology of his name as ganu-, “taking pleasure,” and mēd-, “mind.” Ganymede, he points out, was the only one of Zeus’s lovers who was granted immortality. In the original paint we see Ganymede rolling a hoop and carrying a cock, a usual gift that lovers were offering to young boys to show their affection. The myth of Zeus and Ganymede became quite popular in Greece because it gave a religious sanction to pederasty
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I ♥ ancient Greece  Ganymedes 5th century BC

In Greek mythology, Ganymede is a divine hero, Homer describes Ganymede as the most beautiful of mortals, in the best-known myth, he is abducted by Zeus, in the form of an eagle, to serve as cup-bearer in Olympus. Ganymede had been tending sheep, a rustic or humble pursuit characteristic of a hero’s boyhood before his privileged status is revealed ιn Olympus, Zeus granted him eternal youth and immortality. Some interpretations of the myth treat it as an allegory of the human soul aspiring to immortality. It also served as a model for the Greek social custom of paiderastía, the socially acceptable erotic relationship between a man and a youth. The Latin form of the name was Catamitus, from which the English word “catamite” derives. Plato accounts for the pederastic aspect of the myth by attributing its origin to Crete, where the social custom of paiderastía was supposed to have originated. Socrates deny that Ganymede was the “catamite” of Zeus, and say the god loved him non-sexually but for his psychē, “mind” or “soul,” giving the etymology of his name as ganu-, “taking pleasure,” and mēd-, “mind.” Ganymede, he points out, was the only one of Zeus’s lovers who was granted immortality. In the original paint we see Ganymede rolling a hoop and carrying a cock, a usual gift that lovers were offering to young boys to show their affection. The myth of Zeus and Ganymede became quite popular in Greece because it gave a religious sanction to pederasty

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I ♥ ancient Greece Achilles keeping Hector’s corpse, 480 BC
The plot of the Iliad peaks with the death of Hector by Achlleas,as revenge for the death of (his mistress) Patroclus that preceded.In the last Rhapsody we witness the desecration of the corpse of Hector by Achilles for twelve days.
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I ♥ ancient Greece Achilles keeping Hector’s corpse, 480 BC

The plot of the Iliad peaks with the death of Hector by Achlleas,as revenge for the death of (his mistress) Patroclus that preceded.
In the last Rhapsody we witness the desecration of the corpse of Hector by Achilles for twelve days.

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                                            Based on a dream 

Two transparent cut plastic sheets (red, blue) and one silver glittery sheet 

                                         Why am i so popular?

Three transparent cut plastic sheets (red, blue, yellow)

                                                      MIKI 

Three transparent cut plastic sheets (red, blue, yellow)

                                                        Candy boy

Three transparent cut plastic sheets (red, blue, yellow) and one clear plastic sheet painted with pink nail varnish

                    Three transparent cut plastic sheets (red, blue, yellow)

Ιn collaboration with my Mom !

second  attempt 

Ιn collaboration with my Mom !

first attempt 

                                                    -cm?

                                     four  transparencies : blue, red, yellow ,transparent