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Medieval representations of sodomy - Dr Robert Mills (UCL)

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Published on Oct 18, 2013

While sodomy in Medieval Britain and Europe was seemingly regarded as unmentionable, artists developed strategies of depicting taboo practices. Dr Bob Mills (UCL History of Art) examines an era of art history that has hitherto been much neglected in studies of forbidden sexual practices and images of judgment and punishment.

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Music:
'Pange Lingua Gloria' by Josquin des Pres (1440-1521)
'In Principio Erat Verbum' by Josquin des Pres
'Mystery of the Runes' by Paul Mottram

Produced by Rob Eagle, UCL Communications

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