Matt-painted Daunian olle jars vertical lines and a plain upper arm band, with decorated hands from Ascoli Satriano T. Verucchio Stauffer ; von Eles Project Officer of the Australian Archaeo- Entangled objects and hybrid practices: Evidence from the Lunigiana contexts, reused in agricultural walls, roads, statue-stelae Grupo Archeologico Pisano and buildings. Razors, pins, needles, sharp bones, and thorns could also have been used. Wengrow96in his discussion of body ornamentation in burials from the Neolithic, makes an interesting suggestion. See, for example, the Thracian nurse the practice was again one of appropria- on a fragment of Apulian red figure from tion.
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Because of the poor preservation of human remains from earlier periods, evidence for these practices comes primarily from visual and figural representations. Otherwise, the forearms of all Identifying the gender of a Daunian remaining female stelae are incised with stela is not a straight-forward process. Forty years ago, Harriet Vanger disappeared from a family gathering on the island owned and inhabited by the powerful Vanger clan. Report forCairo Fletcher, J. The reason for this suggestion is that at least two, possibly three, 11th Dynasty women from Deir el- Bahri bore tattoos and also exhibited intentional scarification on their lower abdomens Keimer; Fouquet; Bianchi