Dominus is the Latin word for master. Here we have a formidable Dominus and his beautiful slave.


  1. smokin’

  2. …very meaningful…

  3. Perfection. Spartan warriors (as well as slaves) worshiped their masters as did the Greeks and Romans (Gladiators and their respective trainers etc…)… those who trained one in battle also provided for one’s general well-being (food, shelter, clothing [when necessary]), education both sexually and academically and of course, supplied weaponry…- the worship was expected but also cherished and ensured a bloody battle against the enemy- warriors and slaves alike were willing to give their lives for their masters… this particular work somehow captures that devotion with perfect accuracy…

    • Thanks Matt for all your wonderful observations and posts!

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