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The Tattoo Timeline
Transcript of The Tattoo Timeline
2160 BCE -- Tattooing in Ancient Egypt culture can be found
1000 BCE -- Henna tattoo art begins to spreads
700 BCE -- Ancient Greeks and Romans tattoo their slaves for distinctions and experiments During the Holocaust Jewish individuals were branded in the form of Tattoos with numbers.
This process was only found in the Auschwitz concentration camps, and was used for identification purposes. 1939 With the new commonality of tattoos and tattooing came a fear of the Unknown. Hepatitis, a blood-born disease caused many states and cities to ban tattoo parlors.
In New York City, a hepatitis outbreak in 1961 was the cause of a ban on Tattoos until 1997. 1961 In the late 1970s and 80s, young adults of the Punk movement began to use tattoos and piercing as symbols of rebellion against their feelings of imprisonment in society. 1970 Journal of The American Academy of Dermatology says: 24 percent of Americans between the ages of 18 and 50 have tattoos. 2006 3300 BCE-- 700 BCE 1600's and 1700's 1600 -- Tattoos begin to reach into Japanese Culture
1691 -- Painted Prince Giolo (from the Philippines) is brought to London
1722 -- Tattoos are evident in Samoan Culture 1800's 1800 Tattoos popular in Europe
1891 The tattoo machine is created by O'Reilly New York holds America's first tattoo convention 1997 1995 Tattoos become a mainstream acceptance in American Society Prince Giolo Japan begins showcasing tattoos in a negative manner.
The Japanese mafia/group of criminals known as the Yakuza, give tattoos a new delinquent reputation. 1945