History of Yoga Symbols

History of Yoga Symbols

A TED-Ed Animation Explaining the History of Tattoos

A TED-Ed Animation Explaining the History of Tattoos

In the latest animation from TED-Ed, educator Addison Anderson explains the long history of tattooing, which dates back at least as long as years ago. Tattooed mummies attest to the universal.

A tattoo on the right arm of a Scythian chieftain whose mummy was discovered at Pazyryk, Russia. tattoo was made more than 2,500 years ago.

A tattoo on the right arm of a Scythian chieftain whose mummy was discovered at Pazyryk, Russia. The tattoo was made between about 200 and 400 BC.

these images were taken from postcards from 1910 of german circus perfomers

tattoos are a type of body modification made by putting ink into the skin.

http://jonaitis.hubpages.com/hub/Old-time-circus-tattoos

Old time tattooed circus women

I would love to meet tattooed women from the - when tattooing wasn't so socially accepted!

these images were taken from a postcard from 1910 of german circus perfomers

tattoos are a type of body modification made by putting ink into the skin.

Maori Chiefs, c1910

Summary: Tattooing is a form of art originating from Neolithic times and it has been considered as a Eurasian practice ever since. Evidence of this art form can be seen in the discoveries of Mummies from the Alps, Egypt and from the Ukok Plateau.

History of Body Modification, including tattoos, subdermal implants, foot binding, and deadly nightshade eye drops!

History of Body Modification, including tattoos, subdermal implants, foot binding, and deadly nightshade eye drops! By Colleen Loggins and Jessica Duff

maori man with a distinctive moko of new zealand

maori man with a distinctive moko of New Zealand, William Hodges, drawn during James Cook's second voyage.

Tattoo History - Samoan Tattoo Images - History of Tattoos and Tattooing Worldwide

Tattoo History - Samoan Tattoo Images - History of Tattoos and Tattooing Worldwide - the cross to outline the roundness o the turtle shell would look cool too

"1908 photo of a Filipino Bontoc warrior bearing a Head hunters 'Chaklag' Tattoo...Tattooing has been a part of Filipino life since pre-Hispanic colonization of the Philippine Islands, tattooing in the Philippines to some were a form of rank and accomplishments, some believed that tattoos had magical qualities. The more famous tattooed indigenous peoples of the Philippines where among the area up North Luzon, especially among the Bontoc Igorot, Kalinga, and Ifugao peoples."

1908 photo of a Filipino Bontoc warrior bearing a Head hunters 'Chaklag' Tattoo

The history of tattoos - Addison Anderson | TED-Ed

The history of tattoos - Addison Anderson

HISTORY OF TATTOOING IN THE ARCTIC by Lars Krutak

HISTORY OF TATTOOING IN THE ARCTIC by Lars Krutak

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