Clown – a character with a meaning of sarcasm, as a pastime
The clown appeared quite early in human civilization as a hobbyist. In Egypt in 2500 BC, Pharaohs enjoyed keeping dwarves to make fun in the palace. In Roman culture, clowns were known as goofy fools.
In the Middle Ages, the clown was very much expected and loved, representing the silly, humorous part of man. Initially, the clowns were mostly people gifted with talking, using body language to tell vulgar sex stories, or making fun of celebrities. Over time, this profession develops stronger and the story becomes more diverse and richer each time.
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