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    Stone Age Men Tattooed Their Noble Parts



    Findings of decorated stone age phallos shows that men in prehistoric Europe decorated their noble parts with scars, piercings and tattoos, accompanied Spanish researchers.


    Stone Men can be cut, pierced and tattooed penis, says a team of Spanish and French researchers

    Decorated with lines and shapes

    Researchers Javier C. Angulo and Marcos García-Diez from Spain, together with the French archaeologist Marc Martinez studied the decorations on the European case osar which is made from 38,000 to 11,000 years ago.

    Their study is published in the December issue of the Journal of Urology .

    42 case osar from Neolithic has been studied by researchers. Thirty of these were decorated in various ways with lines, dots, holes, or even forms that represent human or animal.



    The researchers believe that the decoration on fallosane represents the body art as scarification (body art in the form of scars), cuts, piercings and tattoos that Stone Age men carried on their own sex parts.

    The Discovery News says the main author Javier Angulo that you do not know what the symbols on fallosane stands for, but some possible explanations for the symbols is that they, for instance, represents the territorial markers or landmark, shamanistic character, or shape of the primitive count.


    - We have not found many prehistoric sex organ, so it is difficult to assess how utbreitt it was to decorate the genitalia, which it eventually consisted of, and why one eventually did the decorating, says archaeologist Christopher Prescott , University of Oslo to NRK.no.

    Prescott says that there are two different interpretations of rock art, those who think figures more or less is a mirroring of what was to be found in røyndommen, and those who think it is more mythical, ritual, artistic or symbolic attgivingar.

    Archaeologists believe however it is quite likely that Stone Age man was doing body art.

    - The discovery of the 5000 year old iceman Ötz ii Alps and Grønlandsmumiane allow them to look at body decoration as more common in Europe, says archaeologist.



    Iceman Ötzi who was found by a German couple in the mountains in the Alps in 1991 had several tattoos on the body, among other things, the handledda, lower back, knee, oklane, Achilles tendon and foot.

    The genitalia were also tattooed, it is difficult to say when they were so dried-up that some put out rumor that he was castrated.

    - We also have a discovery of a potential lip plug from the writing cave in Sogn from about 2000 BC, which may indicate a piering of the lip, says Prescott ..


    Archaeologists do not know the findings of decorated case osar from Norway, but says that we have phallic stones from the Iron Age, and that there also exist examples of phallic representations in rock art in Norway.

    - In the Bronze Age, we can imagine that kjønssymbolikk went into the elite's power language, says Prescott.

    - See this one also found in rock art, many of which are, or do something is represented by the phallus, while the "extras" do not have a pronounced gender. When it is not unreasonable to assume that the penis was exposed to one or another decoration, decorative, or circumcision, says Prescott.
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    In Norse culture, Freyr is highly associated with fertility and the phallus. This statue was found in Sweden:



    As for the modification of one's noble parts, well, as fun as that sounds, you can count me out.

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