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Pompeii archeologists announced Monday the discovery of this erotic depiction of the Greek myth “Leda and the Swan,” which was hidden under ash for centuries.

It’s believed to have adorned a bedroom wall in a home at the center of the ancient city, near modern-day Naples, which was buried by the lava of Mount Vesuvius in the year 79.

To read more on the New York Post:

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