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The astonishing 2,500 year old tattoos of a Siberian princess, and how they reveal little has changed in the way we decorate our bodies

 
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The astonishing 2,500 year old tattoos of a Siberian princess, and how they reveal little has changed in the way we decorate our bodies
The intricate patterns of 2,500-year-old tattoos - some from the body of a Siberian 'princess' preserved in the permafrost - have been revealed in Russia.


The remarkable body art includes mythological creatures and experts say the elaborate drawings were a sign of age and status for the ancient nomadic Pazyryk people, described in the 5th century BC by the Greek historian Herodotus.


But scientist Natalia Polosmak - who discovered the remains of ice-clad 'Princess Ukok' high in the Altai Mountains - is also struck about how little has changed in more than two millennia.
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The intricate patterns of 2,500-year-old tattoos - some from the body of a Siberian 'princess' preserved in the permafrost - have been revealed in Russia.


The remarkable body art includes mythological creatures and experts say the elaborate drawings were a sign of age and status for the ancient nomadic Pazyryk people, described in the 5th century BC by the Greek historian Herodotus.


But scientist Natalia Polosmak - who discovered the remains of ice-clad 'Princess Ukok' high in the Altai Mountains - is also struck about how little has changed in more than two millennia.
[link to www.dailymail.co.uk]
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Its simple same demons same pacts .....(no change)

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The intricate patterns of 2,500-year-old tattoos - some from the body of a Siberian 'princess' preserved in the permafrost - have been revealed in Russia.


The remarkable body art includes mythological creatures and experts say the elaborate drawings were a sign of age and status for the ancient nomadic Pazyryk people, described in the 5th century BC by the Greek historian Herodotus.


But scientist Natalia Polosmak - who discovered the remains of ice-clad 'Princess Ukok' high in the Altai Mountains - is also struck about how little has changed in more than two millennia.
[link to www.dailymail.co.uk]
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Its simple same demons same pacts .....(no change)

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Re: The astonishing 2,500 year old tattoos of a Siberian princess, and how they reveal little has changed in the way we decorate our bodies
No...It has changed.

They use to put art on their body for true reasons back then.

Now we do it to; be cool, look cool, try to create our own uniqueness, etc.
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No...It has changed.

They use to put art on their body for true reasons back then.

Now we do it to; be cool, look cool, try to create our own uniqueness, etc.
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what would those true reasons be?
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Re: The astonishing 2,500 year old tattoos of a Siberian princess, and how they reveal little has changed in the way we decorate our bodies
No...It has changed.

They use to put art on their body for true reasons back then.

Now we do it to; be cool, look cool, try to create our own uniqueness, etc.
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what would those true reasons be?
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pagan worship.
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Re: The astonishing 2,500 year old tattoos of a Siberian princess, and how they reveal little has changed in the way we decorate our bodies
No...It has changed.

They use to put art on their body for true reasons back then.

Now we do it to; be cool, look cool, try to create our own uniqueness, etc.
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what would those true reasons be?
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Hunting, achieving excellence, reaching goals of true nature (eg. Finding a better way of doing things, being the strongest, etc).

And not for; Snooki having it, Looking cool, etc.
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You might think it looks cool now, but what's that tatoo going to look like when you are 2,500 years old and your skin is is parchment thin and stretched across your bare bones?
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"Next to hear body was a meal of sheep and horse meat and ornaments made from felt, wood, bronze and gold. And a small container of cannabis, say some accounts, along with a stone plate on which were the burned seeds of coriander."

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Anyone want to check those photos for evidence of Photoshopping?

Could be another fake story to justify the tramp-stamping of our people today.
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Thanks for the share. I appreciate the beauty and irony. What a wonderful "save" a little cold will do.
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i thought the article and pics were amazing , i dont understand all the ignorant comments
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Re: The astonishing 2,500 year old tattoos of a Siberian princess, and how they reveal little has changed in the way we decorate our bodies
No...It has changed.

They use to put art on their body for true reasons back then.

Now we do it to; be cool, look cool, try to create our own uniqueness, etc.
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what would those true reasons be?
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Animals were responsible for their existence they were sacred to them because their products kept them alive, even though it was only until 25.
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I'm a Capricorn. That Tat is an amazing design for the age.
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Nice find. 5*s
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Re: The astonishing 2,500 year old tattoos of a Siberian princess, and how they reveal little has changed in the way we decorate our bodies
No, a lot has changed.

In traditional primal cultures, tattoos such as those found on the mummy were worn with the approval of the elders, and of the wise, respected and accomplished people of the society.

They were a sign of success, like military medals, or a fraternity pin, accepted 'by' the powers that be.

Someone with the tattoos was respected by all, including -- and especially -- by the traditionalists and mature leaders.

Nowadays, they are worn in rebellion against traditional societal standards.

Everything has changed.
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Hey that is my tattoo.. She stole it off me. COPY CAT.
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Tattoos is how they identified sluts back then to?
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Re: The astonishing 2,500 year old tattoos of a Siberian princess, and how they reveal little has changed in the way we decorate our bodies
The intricate patterns of 2,500-year-old tattoos - some from the body of a Siberian 'princess' preserved in the permafrost - have been revealed in Russia.


The remarkable body art includes mythological creatures and experts say the elaborate drawings were a sign of age and status for the ancient nomadic Pazyryk people, described in the 5th century BC by the Greek historian Herodotus.


But scientist Natalia Polosmak - who discovered the remains of ice-clad 'Princess Ukok' high in the Altai Mountains - is also struck about how little has changed in more than two millennia.
[link to www.dailymail.co.uk]
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Princess? Hardly!

Whore for sure. Tattoos on a woman make her a whore. They are called Tramp Stamps for a reason.
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those corpses are fucking horrible.

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