Vegetarianism has its roots in the civilizations of ancient India and ancient
Greece. Vegetarianism is the theory and practice of voluntary non-consumption
of the ...
World history of vegetarianism, from the Egyptians and Pythagoras to the 21st
Apr 4, 2014 ... This week, we're looking at the ancient origins of vegetarianism.
Vegetarianism dates back to a time before recorded history. Many
anthropologists believe that most early humans ate primarily plant foods, being
Many authors throughout history endorsed vegetarianism, including the poet
Alexander Pope (1688-1744), best known for his "Pastorals," and the French
Physicist, Nobel Prize winner 1921. The latest indications we have suggest that
Einstein was vegetarian only for the last year or so of his life, though he appears
A Brief History about Vegetarianism. From People for Animals (Dehli India) From
N. Ajay Simha. Vegetarianism may have been common in the Indian ...
The history of vegetarianism in India begins not with the Aryans, as is commonly
believed by Hindus, but in the aftermath of the introduction of Buddhism and ...
Compared to veganism, the history of vegetarianism is longer and better
documented. Several books have been written on this topic, such as "Sins of the
Within recorded history, however, vegetarianism is evident as a common way of
life well before the birth of Christ. It's impossible to say who the first vegetarians ...