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The development and eventual dominance of Christianity in late antiquity profoundly changed the needs of patrons and the output of artists. Unlike paganism, Christianity required no images of naked divinities, and new attitudes cast doubt and opprobrium on nude athletics , public bathing, and the very value of the human body. The early Christian emphasis on chastity and celibacy further discounted depictions of nakedness. In this climate, there was little motive to study the nude, and unclothed figures are thus rare in medieval art. Among the notable exceptions are Adam and Eve, whose story casts undress in an ominous light. In late antique works like the sarcophagus of Junius Bassus ca.

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Italian model poses for naked photo… before shocking fans by revealing it was taken by her PARENTS

AN Italian model sparked an outcry after posting a naked photo on social media - only to then reveal it was taken by her mum and stepdad. Naike Rivelli, 42, who is the daughter of Flash Gordon actress Ornella Muti, is well-known in Italy for uploading racy snaps. And her latest post was no exception, as she stood on one leg covering her breasts and groin with her hands. Underneath the picture, she wrote: "Who in the world took this picture of me? The man I don't have? The woman I don't have?

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Nude per l'assassino has received mixed to negative reviews from critics. After a model dies while undergoing an illegal abortion, a killer disguised in a motorcycle helmet tracks down and kills the doctor involved. Several models and photographers working at the same agency as the dead girl are also murdered, leading two surviving photographers to fear for their lives as they try to track down the killer. Nude per l'assassino is one of several collaborations between Bianchi, Felisatti and cinematographer Franco Delli Colli. The film has been described as a formulaic giallo thriller, and has been cited as an influence on the development of the American slasher film genre.