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Jakob Matham, copperplate engraving of one of the seven deadly sins: Gula (c. 1600)

Gluttony (Latingula) means "lavish and intemperate eating and drinking" and is commonly known as the sixth of the seven deadly vices.

Gluttony is the character trait, the vice, of a person that leads him to a dissolute and immoderate life. According to Catholic tradition, this makes a person ungrateful towards God and the gift of life. The punishment for this mortal sin is banishment to hell and suffering eternal pain. That is why nuns, monks and very devout Christians lead a modest life. Gluttony is thus contrasted with the Christian virtue of temperance.

Gluttony was one of the major vices of Sodom and Gomorrah.