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    Origins of Tribal Tattoos back in history thousands of years ago. The oldest tattooed body ever, the famous mummy Otzi belonged to a man dead for over 5000 years ago, which apparently had something like 57 tattoos. This mummy has reached such symbolic importance among tattoo lovers that a Hollywood star Brad Pitt has its outline tattooed on his arm.Tribal Tattoos -181

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    Other remains of ancient Tribal Tattoo designs are found in Egyptian mummies. However, these tattoos were used by several ancient tribes all over the world as a symbol of belonging to the tribe. The lifetime membership, which had to be honored and defended. Tribal Tattoos -182

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    The tattoos are often associated with concepts such as pride, honor, courage, victory and even the gods and religions. This is due to the peculiarities of tattoos: its beauty, the noble pain they endure to get one (there are many who still today choose to get a tattoo in the old traditional way, attributing a value to the pain felt during the tattoo session) and the most characteristic , its permanence.Tribal Tattoos -183

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    Tattoos are permanent: Otzi is proof that the tattoo you more than life itself. This aspect, so often neglected today, has always been of vital importance in any known historical culture.Tribal Tattoos -184

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    Probably the best known Tribal Tattoos in the world are those of the Maori people, who used to record their chisels tattoos on their faces. This tradition most painful tattoo was accepted with pride of all the "lucky" that proved worthy of such honor.Tribal Tattoos -185

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    Today not much remains of the spiritual part of tribal tattoos. However, its long and rich history highlights its charm and attracts more and more young men and women.Tribal Tattoos -186

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    An important aspect of modern tattoo enthusiasts is the versatility of this type of tattoo. Tribal Tattoos are not really a genre of tattooing, and flower tattoos or dragon tattoos. Tribal is a style. Tribal Tattoos -187

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    Any standard tattoo design can be translated in a tribal style. Women love tribal butterfly tattoos, at least as much as men love animals Tribal Tattoos like dragon tattoos scorpion and the tiger.Tribal Tattoos -188

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    Tattooing has grown increasingly popular in recent years. Where before it was rejected by the general public and is considered strange, suspicious, and even worse, today has become one of the most popular forms of art and personal expression. Tribal Tattoos -189

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    This increased popularity poses a challenge for tattoo artists to expand the range of available designs for tattoos to be more attractive to people from all walks of life. Needless to say, I have accepted the challenge without much effort.Tribal Tattoos -190

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    Today there are countless tattoo designs for you to choose from, and these designs are grouped into specific categories to make the choice easier for you to do. Tribal Tattoos -191

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    Celebrity names and faces, cartoon characters and flowers are all popular tattoo designs, but maybe there's nothing like the extent and timeless appeal of tribal tattoos. What, exactly, makes tribal designs so popular? What factor may be attributed its charm?Tribal Tattoos -192

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    First, Tribal Tattoos are very surprising. It consists mainly of black solid lines and curves, has the inherent tendency to attract attention and invite curiosity. tribal tattoo

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    Most people who see Tribal Tattoos are immediately attracted by the challenge of deciphering the meaning of the tattoo, which makes it doubly attractive. tattoo tribalSource URL:
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