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Some men who become involved with teenagers may not have a particular disorder.
Opportunity and other factors may have contributed to their behaving in the way they do".
He is something like a god, or the statue of a god.
but subsequent scholars have tried to present a more varied picture of the behaviors and values associated with paiderastia.
He will allow the lover to greet him by touching, affectionately, his genitals and his face, while he looks, himself, demurely at the ground. The inner experience of an erômenos would be characterized, we may imagine, by a feeling of proud self-sufficiency.
Although the word pais can refer to a child of either sex, paiderastia is defined by Liddell and Scott's Greek-English Lexicon as "the love of boys", and the verb paiderasteuein as "to be a lover of boys". Both art and other literary references show that the erômenos was at least a teen, with modern age estimates ranging from 13 to 20, or in some cases up to 30.
The word erômenos, or "beloved" (ἐρώμενος, plural eromenoi), is the masculine form of the present passive participle from erô, viewed by Dover as the passive or subordinate partner. Most evidence indicates that to be an eligible erômenos, a youth would be of an age when an aristocrat began his formal military training, In poetry and philosophical literature, the erômenos is often an embodiment of idealized youth; a related ideal depiction of youth in Archaic culture was the kouros, the long-haired male statuary nude.
Although ancient Greek writers use erastês and erômenos in a pederastic context, the words are not technical terms for social roles, and can refer to the "lover" and "beloved" in other hetero- and homosexual couples.
The Greek practice of pederasty came suddenly into prominence at the end of the Archaic period of Greek history; there is a brass plaque from Crete, about 650-625 BCE, which is the oldest surviving representation of pederastic custom.