Preparation of mellified material; Katsushika Hokusai

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An illustration of an ancient legendary practice, from the series Banmotsu ehon daizen zu (The Great Picture Book of Everything), c.1920s-40s, Katsushika Hokusai. The ink drawing depicts preparations for mellification. The inscription reads "Mummy" or "mellified man"; in Chinese legend, a mellified man was a human body steeped in honey and eaten as a healing confectionary.

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  • Product Code: 01613716996

An illustration of an ancient legendary practice, from the series Banmotsu ehon daizen zu (The Great Picture Book of Everything), c.1920s-40s, Katsushika Hokusai. The ink drawing depicts preparations for mellification. The inscription reads "Mummy" or "mellified man"; in Chinese legend, a mellified man was a human body steeped in honey and eaten as a healing confectionary.

  • Product Code: 01613716996

Preparation of mellified material; Katsushika Hokusai

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