Headhunters of BorneoMarch 31, 2019
When the Mundurucú raided an enemy village all men and women were slaughtered and decapitated. The heads of their most hated or feared enemies were preserved and kept as trophies around their houses. After a raid the Indians feared the vengeance from the spirits of their victims and thus protected themselves by having an ‘armour’ of widely-spaced parallel lines tattooed vertically on their limbs and torso.
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