De Usu Flagrorum
Tractus de usu flagrorum in re Medica et Veneria is a 1639 treatise by Johann Heinrich Meibomius (1590–1655). The English title is A Treatise on the Use of Flogging in Medicine and Venery. It was published by the notorious English publisher Edmund Curll.
It is the earliest printed work on the subject, giving accounts of a number of examples,  , and was widely known as an example of pornography.
- English translation of the 1718 edition: A treatise of the use of flogging in venerial affairs: also of the office of the loins and reins / by John Henry Meibomius; made English from the Latin original by a physician. To which is added A Treatise of Hermaphrodites (by Giles Jacob). Publisher: E. Curll, LondonTemplate:Nonfiction-book-stub
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