The epitome of the ambivalence of human physical beauty in the Middle Ages were Adam and Eve. On the one hand, they appear, trying to hide their nakedness, which has become a punishment for original sin. On the other - their bodies are reminded not only of sin, but also about the original innocence. They were given the opportunity to capture the beauty that God has given to man and woman. The images of Adam and Eve are very common since the XIII century, reflecting the attractiveness of physical nakedness medieval people. The images of the resurrection of the dead from the grave and from the grave does not come out the skeletons and body, which gained back his own flesh.