Homoerotic literature in ancient Rome Though Homer did not explicitly portray the heroes Achilles and Patroclus as homosexual lovers in his 8th century BC Trojan War epic, the Iliad ,   later ancient authors presented the intense relationship as such. In a surviving fragment of the play, Achilles speaks of "our frequent kisses" and a "devout union of the thighs". Written in the 1st century AD during the reign of Nero , it is the earliest known text of its kind depicting homosexuality. Genji, for his part, or so one is informed, found the boy more attractive than his chilly sister. The first such explicit work known to be written since ancient times, its intended purpose as a " Carnivalesque satire ", a defense of pederasty , or a work of pornography is unknown, and debated. A particular interest in the Classical era of Greece and Rome "as a model for contemporary life" put the Greek appreciation of nudity, the male form and male friendship and the inevitable homoerotic overtones into art and literature.
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