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Very uncommon due to religious reasons One thing that is definitely clear from the Bible is the fact that cannibalism was regarded with disdain. In fact, as explained in this article, it was more then that : God would punish extremely wicked people with cannibalism. One example of this is Leviticus 26:28-29 28 then in my anger I will be hostile toward you, ...


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There have been a number of societies which normally - and not just in case of famine and starvation - practiced cannibalism for food, and others which practiced ritual forms of cannibalism. But probably not nearly as many as is popularly imagined. I am not certain that Christian Europeans needed to accuse the societies they encountered elsewhere of ...


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Not that common. Very curiously, we do not see husband and wife, necessarily, in these pictures. Talhoffer only writes of man ("er") and woman ("frow"). (More illustrations, with original transcription and with modern German translation.) While it may seem 'obvious' that this would perhaps also apply to 'marital affairs' this is only ...


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