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Tattooed Ethnic “Types” of the South Pacific, 1890. This color lithograph from a German lexicon was employed to scientifically record human ...

Tattooed Ethnic “Types” of the South Pacific, 1890. This color lithograph from a German lexicon was employed to scientifically record human ...

Marquesan

Marquesan

Marks of Protection. Ainu woman of Japan with bold facial and forearm tattoos that worked to repel evil spirits from entering her body. The Ainu also practiced medicinal forms of tattooing to relieve rheumatism. The last Ainu woman with tattooing died in 1998. Photograph ca. 1900.

Marks of Protection. Ainu woman of Japan with bold facial and forearm tattoos that worked to repel evil spirits from entering her body. The Ainu also practiced medicinal forms of tattooing to relieve rheumatism. The last Ainu woman with tattooing died in 1998. Photograph ca. 1900.

An image taken between 1886 and 1888 by the woman believed to be New Zealand's first profe...

How traditional Maori face tattoos called Moko describe without words

An image taken between 1886 and 1888 by the woman believed to be New Zealand's first profe...

New Zeland | Portrait of Hati Wira Takahi, Ngapuhi chief.	Hati Wira Takah, King Country | Auckland : E Pulman, c1873

New Zeland | Portrait of Hati Wira Takahi, Ngapuhi chief. Hati Wira Takah, King Country | Auckland : E Pulman, c1873

Canada ~ Northern Territories | West Arctic Inuit Woman. Her clothes and braids are heavily decorated with beads and other trade items.  Mackenzie River Valley, western coast of Hudson Bay | Photograph by Albert Peter Low.  ca. 1903/4

Canada ~ Northern Territories | West Arctic Inuit Woman. Her clothes and braids are heavily decorated with beads and other trade items. Mackenzie River Valley, western coast of Hudson Bay | Photograph by Albert Peter Low. ca. 1903/4

Wodaabe tattoos - Recherche Google

Wodaabe tattoos - Recherche Google

Snake-like aso' (dragon-dog) tattoos slither down this Kayan woman's legs, ca. 1925. They combined with other tattoo forms to repel evil and to induce fertility.

Snake-like aso' (dragon-dog) tattoos slither down this Kayan woman's legs, ca. 1925. They combined with other tattoo forms to repel evil and to induce fertility.

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