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Anthropophagy is the custom and practice of eating human flesh. It may refer to:

  • Cannibalism, when one human consumes the flesh of another
    • Anthropophagi (singular anthropophage), a mythical race of cannibals first described by Herodotus
    • Self-cannibalism, the act of eating one's own flesh
  • Man-eating, the consumption of human flesh by non-human predators ("man-eaters")
    • Human hematophagy, the consumption of human blood by other animals
  • Antropophagus, Italian horror-film 1980