World Literature to 1660-Lysistrata
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Aristophanes' famous play Lysistrata is the first statement of "Make love, not war."

A Bacchanal

Lysistrata's complaint at the beginning of the play is that if there were a celebration to Dionysus, the streets would be full of women, as seen above in a rendering of a bacchanal.