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The cups from which diners drank at these events are often painted with erotic scenes, ranging from lingering glances to full-blown orgies.

Men also used female prostitutes regularly: sex could be brought cheaply in a city that was home to countless brothels, streetwalkers and female “entertainers”.As for marital relations, men seldom married before the age of 30, and apart from the wedding night, it was common for married couples to sleep apart.But while we gaze at the serene marble statues on display – straining male torsos and soft female flesh – are we seeing what the ancients saw?The question I’m asking here isn’t a philosophical one, but rather it’s to do with our expectations and assumptions about beauty, sex appeal and sex itself.Is there a connection to be made between this lack of interest in faces and the serene – some would say, blank – expressions we find on many classical statues?

In addition to gym-fit, smooth-skinned youths, Greeks also admired the physique of adult men – as the statues of athletes, gods and heroes in Defining Beauty show.These different sexual relationships are captured in classical vase painting in strikingly different ways.For same-sex relationships, the focus is typically on the courtship; for prostitution, it’s on the sexual act; for marriage, it’s on the moment when the groom leads his new wife home. A girl’s father traditionally saw it as his duty to find a suitable husband for his daughter and, importantly, would generally have played a role in finding a wife for his son as well.Vase paintings often depict young women putting on clothes and jewellery ahead of their weddings or being led by the hand by their groom, with a winged Eros floating nearby.Just as young brides were sexy, it was as adolescents that males were found attractive by other men.Defining Beauty shuns the symposium’s tangle of limbs in favour of a more refined, other-worldly aesthetic.