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Close mobile search navigation Article navigation. Drawing on received and newly excavated written sources, Roel Sterckx’s book explores how this vibrant culture influenced The Lord of History: Sign in via your Institution Sign in.

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His masterful coverage of the textual evidence for the various types of cuisines doughy products or stews and ales, methods of preservation, prices of animals and distribution of sacrificial meat, banquet customs, Book Review January 01 Email alerts Latest Issue.

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Food, sacrifice, and sagehood in early China

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