Sittengeschichte Griechenlands  

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Sittengeschichte Griechenlands (Sexual Life in Ancient Greece), supplementary vol., Die Erotik in der griechischen Kunst (Zurich: Paul Aretz & Co. Verlag, 1928) is a book by renowned classicist Paul Brandt under the pseudonym Hans Licht.

It was translated into English by J. H. Freese[1] as Sexual Life in Ancient Greece (London, 1932).

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