2 edition of Drame des poisons found in the catalog.
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|Pagination||xvi, 103 p. :|
|Number of Pages||99|
|Marie-Madeleine de Brincilliers - Les sorcières - La Marquise de Montespan - La chambre ardente - La mort de Madame - Racine et laffaire des poisons - La Devinere.|
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Besides such homeopathic remedies, Schafer says one could, give ku derived from particularly venomous creatures to overcome that taken from less lethal creatures. Unschuld says Prescription literature was filled with antidotes. 8 of "affair; event" first appears in the 3rd century CE dictionary, which defines gu as shi 事 "assignment; affair; event; thing; matter; trouble". Marshall concludes, "The oracle-bone character of gu is used to refer to the evil power of the ancestors to cause illness in the living.
The CPS said there was enough evidence to charge them with conspiracy to murder. Being akin, to it, the one quite naturally subdues the other. Also contributing to the poison-dress theme is the prevalence ofwhich were given to.
He told "This has affected my life in a huge way. This early Chinese history records that in 130 BCE, a daughter of who was unable to bear a son was accused of practicing wugu and maigu 埋蠱 "bury a witchcraft charm [under a victim's path or dwelling]" cf. Many later accounts specify women as gu-magic practitioners. 5, "Magic shirt burns wearer up".
From descriptions of gu poisoning such involving "swollen abdomen, emaciation, and the presence of worms in the body orifices of the dead or living", Unschuld reasons, "Such symptoms allow a great number of possible explanations Drame des poisons interpretations". Cultivated poisonous wug [ ] The second gu meaning "anciently recorded type of artificially cultured poisonous wug" names the survivor of several venomous creatures enclosed in a container, and transformed into a type of demon or spirit.
for gu 蠱 "poison; bewitch" The Traditional and the Simplified for gu "demonic poison" are "wugs inside in a container" that combine chong or "wug" and min "jar; cup; dish; utensil".
7 "delusion and disorder", and 2.
Cultivated poisonous wug [ ] The second gu meaning "anciently recorded type of artificially cultured poisonous wug" names the survivor of several venomous creatures enclosed in a container, and transformed into a type of demon or spirit.
Those varieties of ku, having the power of subduing each other, may also have a curative effect.