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If the couple is obscure and ignonymous, then the name of the younger lover often appears first, for the beautiful and legendary beloved is likely to be known better than his erastes , or philetor. Toklas, Bryher and H. In patriarchal societies, women organize themselves by joining and creating natal groups of males, and therefore usually derive their identities directly from the natural instincts and operations of motherhood, within a patrist context.
Consequently, it is quite rare to know the specific names of lesbian mates. Patriarchal histories have generally ignored women, and have especially excluded from any records the names of lesbian mates, so it is difficult and often impossible to discover the vicissitudes and fates of particular couples. Christian marriage ceremonies explicitly written for same-sex couples happen to survive in manuscripts dating from the eighth century through the seventeenth century, at libraries in the Vatican, St.
Petersburg, Paris, the Sinai, and many other locations. Christian homophobia on a grand and formal scale officially dates from the Third Lateran Council Sanhedrim : [Hb] the chief council of the Jews, a body of seventy elders under a presiding high priest; the indiginous authority that condemned Jesus the Christ. She was the daughter of Scamandronymus and Cleis, the sister of the cupbearer Larichus, and the sister of the merchant Charaxus. She married Cercolas, or Cercylas, of Andros, and had a daughter named Cleis. Timas died young. Sardanapalus: King of Assyria, held to have been more corrupt than any woman.
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