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Tattoos: Between the Tribal and the Universal

36 See note 2, above, Krutak, 2007: pp. 41-48.

37 See note 16, above, Friedman, 2015: pp. 216-217.

38 See note 2, above, Krutak, 2007: pp. 39-41.

39 See note 29, above, Lewy, 2000.

40 Y. Bergner, “And to Him Shalt Thou Cleave”,

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41 See note 3, above, Gilbert, 2000: pp. 77-78.

42 G.J. Tassie, “Identifying the Practice of Tattooing in

Ancient Egypt and Nubia”,

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43 See note 13, above, Bianchi, 1988: pp. 21-22, 27.

44 A. Loss, “Ornament and Crime”, 1910,

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45 W. Bromberg, “Psychologic Motives in Tattooing”,

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p. 230.

46 S. Ferguson-Rayport, R.M. Griffith and E.W. Straus,

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47 R. Lubitz, Women With 4 or More Tattoos Have a

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48 Y. Bergner, “Physical Ownership of the Symbol”,

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49 C. Lombrozo,

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50 See note 3, above, Gilbert, 2000: p. 115.

51 Ibid.: p. 122.

52 E. Shoham, and S. Tzeichner,

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Supervision and Tattoos in Prison

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53 Ibid.: p. 65.

54 M. Weiss,

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in Israeli Society

, Stanford University Press, Stanford,

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55 M. Douglas,

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of Pollution and Taboo,

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56 M. Kuwahara,

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57 A. Rubin (ed.),

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of the Human Body

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University of California, Los Angeles, 1988: pp. 233-260.

58 See note 16, above, Friedman, 2015: pp. 25-27.

59 A. Raz, “Tattoos Then and Now”,

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29 (2014): p. 86

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60 D. Wilcok,

The Sourcefield of Investigations

, Dutton,

USA, 2012.

61 V. Vale and A. Juno,

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Investigation of Contemporary Adornment & Ritual

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62 Ibid.: p. 12.

63 See note 59, above, Raz, 2014: p. 87 (Hebrew).

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