Humans obviously affected pigs’ lives in the course of raising, trading, and eating them. But pigs transformed the experiences that individual people had, and they shaped entire communities’ identities as well. This chapter focuses on a set of groups who were especially affected and even defined by pigs: swineherds, soldiers, states, and pork eaters — elites especially.
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