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In classical Greece, for example, the literature often described women playfully masturbating with the assistance of a device adapted to the purpose, which the Greeks called olisbos.
One of the best of Herondas's mimes, "The Private Conversation," presents a dialogue between two ladies concerning a certain olisbos (or nbôn), which one of them vaunts as a dream of delight.
Milesian women of a leather artificial penis, or olisbos.
The artificial penis (the olisbos, or baubon) was well known to the Greeks and is described by Herondas.
Traders sold these olisbos around the Mediterranean as sexual refuges for lonely ladies.
A sex act performed during mediocre and depressing congress where one partner at the last minute produces a hidden dildonic device such as a godemiche or olisbos with the intent of stimulating their partner enough to compensate for the previous lack of skill.