Tribal tattoos are extremely popular today for both men and women, but where did they come from? These tattoos have been found on early cave paintings, and even on some mummified bodies found trapped in some glaciers. The "bronze man" was said to have died over 5,000 years ago and was found covered from head to toe in tribal tattoos. These tattoos go back so far in history that it is hard to pin point the exact origin. Egyptians and Indians can date these tattoos back centuries so we know they have been around for a very long time.
New age tribal tattoos became popular again by the widespread surge of Western culture. Once people became more interested in the tribal meanings and symbols the popularity only increased. These tattoos were actually outlawed in most locations around the world for centuries so their resurrection was a surprise. The younger generations of local tribes began experimenting with older and newer tribal tattoos until eventually they became more accepted again.
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