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Croatian Catholic woman Anđe Jakovljević (born Glavaš) in 1940, in village Cvitović, Municipality Jajce , Bosnia and Herzegovina, A woman in the village tattooed her

Croatian Catholic woman Anđe Jakovljević (born Glavaš) in 1940, in village Cvitović, Municipality Jajce , Bosnia and Herzegovina, A woman in the village tattooed her

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Tattooed Croation female hands. Part of a secret Catholic cult that developed while Bosnia was occupied by Ottoman Empire. The cult members identified each other by tattooing their hands and arms using a compound ink that was made up, in part, of human breast milk.

Tattooed Croation female hands. Part of a secret Catholic cult that developed while Bosnia was occupied by Ottoman Empire. The cult members identified each other by tattooing their hands and arms using a compound ink that was made up, in part, of human breast milk.

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Bosniak-Catholic woman with tattoos as ancient tradition among young "Kristjani" girls of Kraljeva Sutjeska in Bosnia

Bosniak-Catholic woman with tattoos as ancient tradition among young "Kristjani" girls of Kraljeva Sutjeska in Bosnia

Traditional Croatian Tattoo - originally used as a protection for children and to help them remeber where they came from if they were captured during the Turkish occupation of Bosnia and Herzegovina (1463/1878)

Traditional Croatian Tattoo - originally used as a protection for children and to help them remeber where they came from if they were captured during the Turkish occupation of Bosnia and Herzegovina (1463/1878)

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