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Among themselves, the oldest people had the greatest quantity of tattooing, and the younger class less.
They had the curious tattooing on their cheeks, noses and foreheads, so that their appearance was repellent.
ADRIFT ON THE PACIFICEDWARD S. ELLIS
Under this the question of tattooing and its removal comes in.
Throughout these regions this practice has universally taken the form of prick tattooing.
This tattooing is the only art whose highest perfection is reached at the beginning of culture.
This is even more striking in the tattooing of the American Indians, a tattooing restricted to certain parts of the body.
In ceramics, therefore, just as in tattooing, the animals represented were at first primarily totem animals.
In this respect also, tattooing furnished a preparation, even though imperfectly, for ceramics.
The tattooing of the man of nature and the amulet about his neck are to us adornments of low sthetic value.
I wrote it when I was in Paris I had plenty of chances of studying tattooing in the military hospitals.
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