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Definition of Anthropophagi

Anthropophagi
Anthropophagi An`thro*poph"a*gi, n. pl. [L., fr. Gr. ? eating men; ? man + + ? to eat.] Man eaters; cannibals. --Shak.

Meaning of Anthropophagi from wikipedia

-  anthrōpophagos, "people-eater", plural Gr****: ανθρωποφάγοι, translit. anthropophagi) was a member of a mythical race of cannibals described first by Herodotus...
- Inbreeding the Anthropophagi is the second full-length album by the American death metal band Deeds of Flesh. It was originally released in 1998 on CD...
- refer to: Cannibalism, when one human consumes the flesh of another Anthropophagi (singular anthropophage), a mythical race of cannibals first described...
- last song is a re-recording from their second album, Inbreeding the Anthropophagi. This album is also the first on which the band has utilized guitar...
- Book 7, Chapter 2, trans. John Bostock and Henry Thomas Riley, 1855 Anthropophagi Issedones Finns Herodotus iv. 18, 106  One or more of the preceding...
- as headless beings: "And of the Cannibals that each other eat, The Anthropophagi, and men whose heads Do grow beneath their shoulders." -Shakespeare...
- The inhabitants of this region lead good, honest lives and are not Anthropophagi [cannibals] like other barbarian nations; they have no letters, nor...
- later, in 1998, they released a second album, entitled Inbreeding the Anthropophagi, on the same label, this time with Brad Palmer replacing Joey Heaslet...
- Humpty Dumpty character. "And of the Cannibals that each other eat, The Anthropophagi, and men whose heads Do grow beneath their shoulders." – Shakespeare...
- from the Gr**** story The Acts of Andrew and Matthew in the City of Anthropophagi, dated around the 4th century. However, the author of Andreas added...
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