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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 37. Chapters: Infanticide, Infant mortality, Sudden infant death syndrome, Gello, Child saint, The Brothers Lionheart, Abyzou, Orphan, Child mortality, History of children in the Holocaust, Child murder, HIV/AIDS in Namibia, Child euthanasi Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 37. Chapters: Infanticide, Infant mortality, Sudden infant death syndrome, Gello, Child saint, The Brothers Lionheart, Abyzou, Orphan, Child mortality, History of children in the Holocaust, Child murder, HIV/AIDS in Namibia, Child euthanasia, Child survival, Round About a Pound a Week, Mana Genita, Teresina Vasco Monument, AIDS orphan, When Life Departs. Excerpt: Infanticide is the homicide of an infant. It typically happens within 24 hours of the baby's birth. Although it is usually the mother who commits the crime, criminology recognizes various forms of non-maternal infanticide. In many past societies, certain forms of infanticide were considered permissible. Female infanticide is more common than the killing of male offspring due to sex-selective infanticide. Infanticide was used in Sparta thousands of years ago. If a new born child was born with disabilities or did not look healthy it was up to the ephors to leave the baby at Mt. Taygetos. The mother and father had no right to challenge this decision as it was completely government controlled. This article addresses the practice of infanticide within multiple cultural and historical contexts. The practice of infanticide has taken many forms. Child sacrifice to supernatural figures or forces, such as the one practiced in ancient Carthage, may be only the most notorious example in the ancient world. Regardless of the cause, throughout history infanticide has been common. Anthropologist Laila Williamson notes that "Infanticide has been practiced on every continent and by people on every level of cultural complexity, from hunter, gatherers, to high civilizations, including our own ancestors. Rather than being an exception, then, it has been the rule." A frequent method of infanticide in ancient Europe and Asia was simply to abandon the infant, leaving it to die by exposure (i.e....


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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 37. Chapters: Infanticide, Infant mortality, Sudden infant death syndrome, Gello, Child saint, The Brothers Lionheart, Abyzou, Orphan, Child mortality, History of children in the Holocaust, Child murder, HIV/AIDS in Namibia, Child euthanasi Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 37. Chapters: Infanticide, Infant mortality, Sudden infant death syndrome, Gello, Child saint, The Brothers Lionheart, Abyzou, Orphan, Child mortality, History of children in the Holocaust, Child murder, HIV/AIDS in Namibia, Child euthanasia, Child survival, Round About a Pound a Week, Mana Genita, Teresina Vasco Monument, AIDS orphan, When Life Departs. Excerpt: Infanticide is the homicide of an infant. It typically happens within 24 hours of the baby's birth. Although it is usually the mother who commits the crime, criminology recognizes various forms of non-maternal infanticide. In many past societies, certain forms of infanticide were considered permissible. Female infanticide is more common than the killing of male offspring due to sex-selective infanticide. Infanticide was used in Sparta thousands of years ago. If a new born child was born with disabilities or did not look healthy it was up to the ephors to leave the baby at Mt. Taygetos. The mother and father had no right to challenge this decision as it was completely government controlled. This article addresses the practice of infanticide within multiple cultural and historical contexts. The practice of infanticide has taken many forms. Child sacrifice to supernatural figures or forces, such as the one practiced in ancient Carthage, may be only the most notorious example in the ancient world. Regardless of the cause, throughout history infanticide has been common. Anthropologist Laila Williamson notes that "Infanticide has been practiced on every continent and by people on every level of cultural complexity, from hunter, gatherers, to high civilizations, including our own ancestors. Rather than being an exception, then, it has been the rule." A frequent method of infanticide in ancient Europe and Asia was simply to abandon the infant, leaving it to die by exposure (i.e....

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