New pornographic figurines from the Stone Age have been discovered in Germany.
But researchers can't agree on what the 7,000-year-old sculptures mean.
The legs, abdomen and head were missing, but, according to the lucky archeologists, the figure still had its most important features intact: a "well-shaped behind" and a "short, but impressive" penis.
And the project is becoming ever more fascinating as archeologists continue uncovering additional fragments while sifting through the Stone Age garbage pit.
One fragment, which extends from the left calf to the pelvis, appears to be part of a female statue; Adonis, apparently, had a girlfriend.
Were our ancestors uninhibited sex fiends, or was reproduction strictly controlled to improve mobility? A backhoe unearthed a 7,200-year-old, Stone Age garbage pit -- and it was filled with refuse from some of the first farmers on the European continent.
An increasing number of finds seem to indicate the Stone Age was an orgy of sexual imagination. Workers near the Eastern German city of Leipzig were digging a ditch for a new gas line. Moreover, upon rushing to the site, archeologists discovered an 8.2 centimeter (3.2 inches) clay torso buried underground.
In fact, in an article soon to be published in the journal Germania, Staeuble speculates on how the pieces could fit together.
He writes that "there is strong evidence that this is a copulation scene." According to Staeuble, the fragments show that the man was standing with his pelvis at a slight angle.
The only depictions of sexual activity known until now were Greek paintings, but they were created more than 4,000 years later. When it comes to the love lives of our diluvial ancestors, scientists quickly start running out of ideas.
The woman in front of him was bent forward, almost at a 90-degree angle.
Another indication that the two figures belong together is the fact that they are both made to the same scale -- both figures were originally just under 30 centimeters (11.7 inches) tall.