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Read online Sejarah Rempah: Dari Erotisme sampai Imperialisme.pdf PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC Sejarah Rempah: Dari Erotisme sampai Imperialisme Rempah rempah punya sejarah panjang dan fantastis Jack Turner mencoba menuliskan rekam jejaknya dan melalui gaya narasi sastera yang jenaka ia berhasil menyajikan suatu kisah yang luas dan sangat informatif Turner mengangkat rentetan kesalahpahaman ihwal rempah rempah yang terjadi di masa lalu dan menceritakan berbagai peristiwa secara detail serta kronologis yang terkait dengan pencarian dan penggunaannya .

Rempah rempah memberi pengaruh terhadap tokoh tokoh penting sehingga dalam sejarah mereka akhirnya dikenal sebagai pengubah sejarah dunia mulai Yesus Kristus Ibnu Sina sampai gadis gadis Spice Girls Dari Firaun Ramses hingga Marco Polo Christopher Columbus dan Vasco da Gama Ketika kawasan dunia terancam penyakit seperti epidemi pes di Eropa pada abad ke rempah rempah oleh dunia pengobatan dianggap mujarab sebagai penangkalnya Terlebih menarik lagi adalah ketika Turner juga memaparkan kaitan rempah rempah dan sejarah erotisme Terkuaklah bagaimana kisah penggunaan rempah rempah dalam praktek sexual magic yang bertujuan untuk meningkatkan gairah keperkasaan menggaet perempuan dll Praktek yang dimulai di Jazirah Arabia di antara para syeikh kemudian dicontoh secara besar besaran di Benua Eropa .

Mungkin terasa berlebihan jika membaca pada masa lalu rempah rempah disebut sebagai buah dari surga atau punya kekuatan sihir tetapi cobalah percaya betapa nyata bagaimana rempah rempah yang itu mengubah peta sejarah dunia by Jack Turner, Julia Absari

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Sejarah Rempah: Dari Erotisme sampai Imperialisme
Title:Sejarah Rempah: Dari Erotisme sampai Imperialisme
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