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273 INDEX abundance: food, 9, 188; land, 126; of leisure, 154; of meaning, 162; plenty, 122, 126, 128, 191, 206, 207; water, 181; wealth, 162 Act of Union, 137–40, 219 Act in Restraint of Appeals to Rome, 98 Acosta, José de, 88, 95 accusations: against Irishmen, 112; of cannibalism, 4, 12, 70, 71, 128, 140, 150; of cannibalism made by Americans, 5, 35; of cannibalism made by Britons, 5, 25, 111, 140, 145–46; of cannibalism made by Europeans, 22, 23, 61, 69, 70, 72, 93, 215, 216; of cannibalism made by the French, 145–46; of cannibalism made by Native Americans, 28; of cannibalism made by Spaniards, 75, 79, 80, 85–85; of Catholic barbarity, 104; of drunkenness, 84–85; of greed, 142; of inappropriate sexual behavior, 79, 80; of piracy, 128; of savagery, 5, 61, 70; of sodomy, 75. See also alcohol; savagery Adair, James, 31, 34 Africa, 198, 205, 206, 210, 219; Angola, 15, 175, 176, 178, 179, 183, 184, 186, 187, 189, 206, 217; Bight of Benin, 205; Bight of Biafra, 198, 199, 200, 207; Bow-Woo (Mali), 201; Cape Palmas (Cabo das Palmas), 180, 182; early modern ideas about, 59; exaggerations of cannibalism on the continent, 12; existence of cannibalism on the continent, 8; Gabon, 175, 181; Ghana, 199; Gulf of Guinea, 180; Massangano, 183–86; Morocco, 180; Old Benguela, 186, 189, 190; Rolas, 180–81; São Tomé Island, 180, 181; West Africa, 175, 180; West Central Africa, 175, 179; Windward Coast, 203, 205 Africans, viii, 7, 14, 184, 195, 199–204, 212, 215, 216, 218; Ashanti, 7; Bakongo, 199; Duke of Mbamba, 185; Fante, 199, 204; Glebo, 180; Guinea, 199; Igbo, 198, 199, 205; Imbangala, 176–79, 186–94; Imbe Calundula, 189, 190, 191, 192; Kasanje, 189; Liberia, 175, 180; Luanda, 179, 183, 184, 185, 186, 187, 188, 190, 264n19; Mafrigosat, 191; Matamba, 189; Mbundu, 178, 187, 189, 190, 191; Mende, 197; Ndongo, 189; perceptions of, 150, 156; Sengbe Pieh, 197; Soba Cafuxe, 186; sub-Saharan, 153, 157; West Central Africans, 194, 199 Agnes (Countess of Dunbar), 142 alcohol, 84, 85, 87–89, 188, 215; chicha, 81; drinking, 31, 191; drunkenness, 14, 75, 81–89, 140, 143, 147, 200; palm wine, 176, 177, 178, 190, 193; whiskey, 33; wine, 15, 81, 84–89, 93, 142, 143, 191, 193, 217 Alexander VI, 47 Alfinger,Ambrosio, 91 Almon, John, 4–5 Amazons, 40, 52, 71, 105 Amerindians: See Native Americans animals: bear, 28; birds, 29, 40; cats, 129, 147, 260n47; crows, 29; deer, 19, 20, 27, 28; dogs, 3, 38, 41, 42, 43, 44, 46, 62, 70, 71, 124, 129, 135, 147, 156, 159; eagles, 29; hides, 104; hogs, 8, 202, 203; horses, 8, 10, 129, 185; impala, 187, 188; manatees, 160, 175; roebuck, 187, 188; seals, 182, 188; sharks, 194, 202–4; snakes, 10; walrus, 182, 188; water buffalo, 187, 188, 193 Annari, Gerolamo, 63 274 INDEX Anne of Cleves, 103 anthropophagites, 7, 54, 70, 124, 136, 146, 159, 221n7 anti-Scots sentiment: See Scotophobia antiquity, 40, 55 appetites: audiences, 120–21, 134; Aztecs, 69; capitalist, 134; captains, 201, 202; Caribs, 41; dog-headed men, 71; Europeans, 15, 116–18, 124, 126, 131, 133; excessive, 15, 125, 129; for human flesh, 50, 64, 122, 131, 138; guests, 123; guidance about, 122; loss of, 209; sailors, 130, 131; Sawney Bean, 138; Tarsan, 121, 122; unruly, 15 Arens,William, 8, 13, 53, 82, 117, 198, 215 Argentina, 175, 181 Argyllshire, 141 Asia, 12, 42, 59, 60 autocannibalism, 208, 213 Avatar, 154 babies: See children barbarism: See savagery Bataille, Georges, 155, 164, 165 Baudrillard, Jean, 155, 161–62, 164, 165 Bean, Sawney, 15; children, 141; family, 135–36, 141; incest, 144, 150; story, 135–39, 141, 143, 144, 146, 149–51, 216; wife, 141, 142 Benzoni, Girolamo, 26 Black Agnes: See Agnes (Countess of Dunbar) Boleyn,Anne, 97, 99, 100 Bonaparte, Napoleon, 145 bones,3,129; bone house (a-bo-ha-fo-ni), 30; bone picker (hattak fullih nipi foni), 30; as evidence of cannibalism ,49,50,56,148,252n73; figurative language,149; Jane’s,9–10; mourning , 30; repurposing, 107, 148 boundaries: between colonizers and colonized, 90; gender, 193; of knowledge, 193; social, 193; religious, 193 Brace, Jeffrey: See Brinch, Boyrereau Brazil, 175, 179, 180, 219; Brazilians, 22, 158–61, 168, 169, 171, 172; supposed cannibals, 102, 112, 156–57, 217; voyages to, 104, 182, 183. See also Lestringant, Frank; Montaigne, Michel de bodies, 65, 66–69, 72, 80, 88; of animals, 192; arms,68...

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