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Food, sacrifice, and sagehood in early China
Drawing on received and newly excavated written sources, Roel Sterckx’s book explores how this vibrant culture influenced Sacrificd – – Greenwood Press. Li Feng; R oel S terckx. Elisabeth Roudinesco – – Polity. Sign In Forgot password? Cambridge University Press Critical Concepts in Historical Studies.
The book, which begins with a survey of dietary culture from the Zhou to the Han, offers intriguing insights into the ritual preparation of food – some butchers and cooks were highly regarded and would rise to positions of influence as a result of their culinary skills – and the sacrificial ceremony itself. Related Articles The Animal Other: A Short History of Food Ethics. This article is also available for rental through DeepDyve. Receive exclusive offers and updates from Oxford Academic.
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