Slaves As Plunder

I’ve always enjoyed “Le Brenn et sa part de butin” by Paul Jamin (1893):

five naked slavegirls among the loot

But here’s the thing I don’t understand. Five slaves on the plunder pile. Only two are bound. How did he decide which of them were flight risks, and which were not?

Thanks to Erotic Mad Science for the posting a nice big version of this.

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4 comments on “Slaves As Plunder”:

Cardy commented on September 4th, 2012 at 8:31 am:

The bound ones were extra feisty.

Pat Powers commented on September 4th, 2012 at 10:13 pm:

This art shows up on a lot of slave kennel walls in Second Life Gor for some reason.

Darrkstarr commented on September 6th, 2012 at 6:11 am:

Maybe those two tried to escape. Or, possibly, some hidden bondage? The possibilities are endless.

RC commented on September 7th, 2012 at 4:42 am:

The ones that were bound might have been the two that did not stand at attention as ordered when they were lined up earlier for inspection and viewing. Rather than keep their hands at their sides, they tried to be modest and use their hands to cover up their nipples and their crotch.

So, “pour encourager les autres,” they had their hands bound behind them, for the next time they must present themselves fully, frontally, nude.

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