What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
The Classic ManEaters
The Contemporary ManEaters
The Prehistoric World of Anthropophagy
The Mythical World of Anthropology
Other editions - View all
accept accused actually African cannibalism Amahuaca Amba Androphagi animals anthro anthropologists anthropophagy appearance Arawak assumed assumption Azande Aztec cannibalism Aztec culture balism behavior belief bones cannibal notion cannibalistic Caribs civilization claim colleagues colonial Columbus concludes Conquest Conquistador considered contemporary Cortes custom demonstrated discipline disease Duran eaten eating human flesh ethnographic European event evidence for cannibalism example existence fact failed Florentine Codex Fore further Gajdusek Guinea Hans Staden Harner historical Human Leopards human sacrifice hypothesis incest Indians indication inhabitants instance intellectual interpretation involved islands kuru literature man-eaters material mention mind missionaries moral myth natives nature neighbors nibalism possible prehistoric primitive problem protein reader reason referred reports result ritual Sahagun savage scientific Sierra Leone similar Simon of Trent sixteenth century social anthropology societies Spaniards Spanish Staden suggests supernatural symbolic Ta'unga thought tion Tongo Tongo Players Tupinamba victim western witches women Zigas