Dialogue of the Courtesans  

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-'''Lucian of Samosata''''s predate the [[whore dialogue]]s of [[Renaissance literature]] by centuries.+[[Lucian]]'s predate the [[whore dialogue]]s of [[Renaissance literature]] by centuries.
== See also == == See also ==
*[[Whore dialogue]] *[[Whore dialogue]]
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Lucian's predate the whore dialogues of Renaissance literature by centuries.

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