Code de Cythère ou lit de justice d'Amour  

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Code de Cythère ou lit de justice d'Amour (1746) is an anonymously published pamphlet, now attributed to Jean-Pierre Moët (1721–1806) which treats the topic of state-run brothels. The Code de Cythère itself consists of forty-one articles, regulating filles de joie.

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