Pubic Shaving in Antiquity

Is that the right way to say it?  I mean like Ancient Greece or Roman times.  Take a look at a statue of Venus or stuff like that — always perfectly smooth pubes.

Now it isn’t just that they didn’t or couldn’t sculpt hair — there are plenty of boys with nice curly pubes.

And this goes on to Renaissance times as well — the David by  Michelangelo has pubic hair.  But where are the statues or paintings from this period of females with bushy beavers?  I haven’t seen one — let me know if you think they exist!

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