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" a people in the habit of eating their dead parents, so that for piety's sake they should not give their parents any other sepulchre than their bowels. They have given this practice up, however, as they were held an abomination among all nations. They... "
The Journey of William of Rubruck to the Eastern Parts of the World, 1253-55 - Page 153
by Willem van Ruysbroeck, Giovanni (da Pian del Carpine, Archbishop of Antivari) - 1900 - 304 pages
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Early Anthropology in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries

Margaret Hodgen - Social Science - 1964 - 523 pages
...was led by soothsayers as the pillar of cloud led the Children of Israel. But beyond, in Tibet, lived a people “in the habit of eating their dead parents,...parents any other sepulchre than their bowels.”' A few years after the return of William to Europe, or in 1260-69, the Polos of Venice, father and uncle...
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William of Rubruck's Account of the Mongols

Rana Saad - History - 2005 - 129 pages
...they see a man dressed in red they throw themselves on him to kill him. Beyond these are the Tebet, a people in the habit of eating their dead parents,...sake they should not give their parents any other sepulcher than their bowels. They have given this practice up, however, as they were held an abomination...
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