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Taiwan, woman with tattooed face

By 1904-1978 Harrison Forman


Formosa. It is the custom amongst the Formosa [Taiwan] aborigines in the mountainous central districts to tattoo their faces, denoting the status of a married woman.GrayscaleForman Nitrate Negatives, Box

Topics: People; Women; Body marking; Tattoos; Clothing & dress
Year: 1938
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