Lovers of Ain Sakhri, Stone lovers, the first representative of two sex lovers is 11,000 years old.
The last ice age is over. In a settlement 11,000 years ago not far from Bethlehem, someone rolled a dilapidated piece of calcite from a river, shaped it into a shape, and transformed it into one of the most moving sculptures in human history: Lovers of Ain Sakhri, Stone lovers. This is by far the oldest representative of a couple having sex.
It is impossible to determine the gender of each number. You cannot be sure whether it shows men and women.
It shows two figures sitting face to face with their arms and legs entwined with each other. Their bodies merge together in love. It is impossible to determine the gender of each number. You cannot be sure whether it shows a man and a woman or two men or two women. That may not matter. There is no doubt that they have sex.
Artist Marc Quinn (Marc Quinn) for The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) broadcasts programs of 100 subjects worldwide. Quinn emphasizes sex more than love, which is the basic value of Ain Skhri Lovers. He showed that from all directions, the overall situation can be regarded as a male reproductive organ. According to Quinn, it appears to be designed to look like a penis.
The people who made this statue are called Natufists, and they were one of the first human communities to settle and start domesticating sheep and goats.
11,000 years ago, Madame Natu from the Middle East hunted gazelles with their dogs. Gazelles have a fixed territory, so settling down can guarantee hunting and survival. You can also collect seasonally abundant figs, acorns, pistachios and wild lentils, chickpeas and wheat grains.
Although it may only be a temporary shelter, even the Ain Sakhri cave toolbox contains some small harvest stone blades that can be mounted in the wooden handle of the harvester.
The people who shaped the sculptures of stone lovers live in that community. Their memory of love has lasted for 11,000 years.
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