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Beauty in prehistory


Understanding of female beauty has changed a lot since prehistoric times. We can say that ideal of female beauty in paleolithic was Venus of Willendorf. In ancient Greece and Rome curvy women (as opposed to skinny or fat) were considered to be most beautiful ones. 


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