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C . ) and the tombs of the Eighteenth Dynasty (1567-1320 B . C . ) , in Egypt. It is reported (Newberry, 1928) that King Amenophis III, who reigned from 1417 to 1379 B . c . , presented a thousand hogs and a thousand young pigs to the Temple of Ptah in Memphis, thus emphasizing the value of pork in the diet of his time. Pigs are also frequently mentioned in the classical literature of Greece and Rome. But while the pig was early established as a source of meat and became widely dispersed among communities in many parts of the world, its potential value as a contributor of animal protein was often limited, as is described later, by cultural views about the suitability of making use of it as food, as was that of the dog.
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