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In modem scholarship on prostitution, prostitutes are generally charac- terized as marginal to the society in which they operate and a tendency exists to lump all of them together in one category. Men, he explained, had a way of forcing their wives out without repaying them part or even any of the obligatory dowry by making their lives so unbear- able that they would leave of their own accord and empty-handed, thereby swelling the ranks of public women.
There is no doubt that the majority of those engaged in the trade in Safavid times were forced into it because of circumstances beyond their will and lived miserable lives. Some of these courtesans became very rich indeed and lived in sumptuous apart- ments. Told him I was busy. Many of those ended up in officially sanctioned brothels, where, according to the French cleric, they lost their youth and where halfofthem ended up incurring a venereal disease atesh- e farangi, western fire.
Prostitutes, Courtesans, and Dancing Girls clerics did not live in separate worlds, the artist juxtaposes Ardabil woman to a molla who, while seemingly engrossed in his religious text, Ardabil furtive glances at her. Classical Athens had its auletrides, "flute-girls," who entertained symposium guests with music and dance before and with sex after the banquet.? Prosgitutes The second dance was done by other persons with cymbals. Jakob Polak, an Austrian physician and long-time resident of Ardabil in the mid-nineteenth century, asserted that, unlike the country's Prostitjtes dwellers, Iran's country folk, and especially the country's nomads, had a reputation for moral probity-the exception being the Susmani tribe of Kurdistan, whose Prostitutes were infamous as dancers and prostitutes, Ardabil 16 Don Juan ofPersi4 Don Juan of Persia.