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Tatkuink
Dec 05, 2022
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Interestingly, tattooing has become a popular art around the world many centuries ago. The phrase tattoo (which in English means tattoo) is thought to have two main origins – one comes from the Polynesian word 'ta', meaning 'to highlight something', and another. comes from the Tahitian word 'tatau', which means "to mark something". Up to now, the history of tattoos has spanned more than 5000 years along with the development of mankind. There is a theory that the first tattoo was created american baseball jersey by accident. Someone had a wound and rubbed it with a hand full of soot and ashes. As a result, as the wound healed, they saw an indelible mark left on the skin. Bronze Age In 1991, a 5,000-year-old man, also known as “ötzi the ice man” (ötzi ice man) made headlines around the world when his frozen body was found in the mountains. between Austria and Italy. Scientists say this is the best-preserved body ever unearthed. There are 57 tattoos on this man's skin: a cross on his left knee, 6 straight lines 15 cm long above his kidney and lots of parallel lines on his ankle. The cause of the tattoos is speculated to be used to treat arthritis. Pazyryk culture In 1948, 120 miles from the border between Russia and China, archaeologist Sergei Rudenko excavated a grave site in the mountains of southwestern Siberia. The mummies found date back to 2400 years. Numerous animal shapes were tattooed on the mummy's body. Many of them are mascots with the body of a lion with an eagle's head, very delicately drawn. All tattoos are believed to reflect one's status in society. Egypt In 1981, archaeologists discovered the mummy of Amulet, a nun from Thebes who lived between 2160 and 1994 BC. This mummy shows dashes and dots tattooed on the nun's body. The dots and dashes are arranged into very abstract shapes. These are female tattoos only and may be related to some kind of cult. History also records that Egypt is the country that hockey jersey popularizes tattooing around the world. Initially introduced to Crete, Greece, Persia and Arabia, tattoo art then spread to Southeast Asia around 2000 BC. Next, the Inu (a nomadic people in West Asia) brought this art form to Japan. Japan The earliest evidence for the presence of tattoos with the Japanese is found in clay statues, with faces engraved with tattoo-like markings. The oldest tattooed statue dates back to more than 3,000 years BC. It is believed that it is a sign of magic or related to religious matters.
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Tatkuink
Nov 21, 2022
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Many silver bracelets, necklaces and coins were kept in jars and buried under a Viking house. Archaeologists found many necklaces bracelets and coins at Viggbyholm, Taby city, Greater Stockholm, Sweden, Ancient Origins reported on December 3. Through previous excavations, they knew there was a Viking village here. However, the new findings were beyond all expectations. In 2019, scientists found traces of a farm tatkuink com more than 1,000 years old at Taby. This summer and fall, they continued to research the site and found the remains of about 20 houses from the late Iron Age and early Middle Ages. Ancient people may have lived here for several centuries. During the excavation of a house the team of experts also discovered a jar containing 8 silver necklaces, bracelets and many coins from different countries. Archaeologists rarely find such intact items as this silver treasure, not to mention they are still in a house. "Arriving at one location, the metal detector received a very strong signal and we knew that an interesting discovery was ahead," said archaeologist Magnus Lindberg. Some coins come from far away which is evidence of Taby's trade and communication with other tattoo clothing parts of the world during the Viking era. There are five Arab silver coins called dirhemes and several European silver coins, one of which originates from the city of Rouen in Normandy, France. The French coin is a very unique find, possibly dating back to the 900s and having only appeared on two older paintings, according to professor Jens Christian Moesgaard at Stockholm University. In many cases, the reason the ancients buried such silver jars or valuables was to hide their possessions when something went wrong. However, this is not necessarily true of the silver jar at Taby, according to archaeologist John Hamilton. Lindberg also said that the silver jar was first buried in the 11th century, but there are traces of it being dug up.
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Tatkuink
Nov 16, 2022
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In the ancient worldview, tattoos were symbols of power, healing, magic, or reflection of the natural world. According to Ancient Origins, depending on time and cultural factors, tattoos on the body were considered lowly, barbaric, or indicative of royal status. Ancient tattoos 3D printed hoodie were often painted with dyes, soot, plant materials. Scientists found tattoos on many mummies that have survived to this day. Iceman tzi One of the most famous natural mummies with tattoos is Ötzi the Iceman. This is a frozen mummy discovered in the Alps between Italy and Austria in 1991. The mummy dates to around 3,300 BC. Scientists believe that the dark tattoos on the Ötzi ice man serve a therapeutic purpose, similar to an acupuncture treatment that originated in Asia 2,000 years later. "The distribution of tattoos in the form of dots, crosses below the waist, right knee and ankle joints correspond to areas of degeneration. This suggests that ancient people used tattoos. to relieve joint pain," commented Joann Fletcher, an archaeologist at the University of York, UK. Siberian Ice Maiden and Scythian Warrior The "Siberian Ice Maiden" or "Ukok Princess" is the mummy of a young girl found in 1993 in Altai, near the common border of Russia, Mongolia, China and Kazakhstan. This girl was a shaman or spiritual leader of the nomadic Pazyryk people from 2,500 years ago. To show her power, Princess Ukok tattooed on her splendid images of cougars, sheep, deer with large horns, even mythical creatures like the winged leopard. Many people think that tattoos on mummies are very modern, close to today's tattoo patterns. Princess Ukok was buried with the Scythian warriors and six horses. On the body of a warrior, there are many animal tattoos and winding lines, diverse colors, highly expressive. "Of all the tattoos that archaeologists have found graphic tees hoodies around the world, the tattoo on the Pazyryk mummy is the most complex and the most beautiful," said Natalia Polosmak, the archaeologist who discovered the mummy of Princess Ukok. , said. Madam Cao's mummy In 2005, archaeologists discovered the mummy of a woman in a burial chamber deep inside the ancient Peruvian sacrificial site in Trujillo, Peru. This mummy dating from 450 AD is named Lady Cao. The burial chamber features golden ornaments and symbols of power. This shows that this woman had a high status in society at that time, possibly an ancient female shaman. According to National Geographic, the mummy's body has many tattoos with intricate geometric designs and images of animals such as spiders, fish, snakes, crabs, and summoned beasts. They are created by implanting charcoal powder underneath the skin with a sharp needle or cactus spine.
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Tatkuink
Nov 14, 2022
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British scientists search for descendants of Viking pirates British scientists on June 15 began collecting DNA from people in the Cotentin peninsula, the Ormandy region, north of France, in order to find the descendants of the Vikings. The Vikings sailed very well The Viking pirates set sail across skull pattern tanktop legging Europe, to the Mediterranean, North Africa, the Middle East, ... plunder, invade and settle in the captured land. In addition, they are also explorers, merchants, warriors, pirates formerly living on the Scandinavian peninsula, in present-day Denmark, Norway, and Sweden. About 100 volunteers on the Cotentin Peninsula provided DNA samples to Leicester University scholars. They were chosen because the name is of Scandinavian origin, has lived in France since the 11th century or has grandparents living close to home, within a radius of 50 km. According to history lecturer Richard Jones the purpose of this is to understand more about the "invasion and breeding process of Scandinavian colonists" in the 9th and 10th centuries, and to find out whether they married people of the same family, or is to marry the indigenous people when going to invade. However, this study is raising concerns that it will highlight racism in France, even though the French government has given the green light to the study. "We are worried that this will create the impression that viking hoodie there are real Normans and fake Normans," The Guardian quoted Jacques Declosmenil, head of the local anti-apartheid movement. "In the current xenophobic environment, it's dangerous." Pierre Sauduin professor of medieval history at the University of Baen, also warned University of Leicester scholars that racial origin is an extremely sensitive topic in France. In addition to Normandy, the team also carried out a search for Viking descendants in three other regions of England.
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