CeremonyRegular price $185.00
Tribal scars are a sign of identity and importance. Gashes are made to the skin during ceremony with stone knives and healed with hot ash to stop the bleeding. The wounded flesh patterns are seen as adornments and have different meanings to clans. Trees also bear the scars of ceremony and can be seen throughout the country.
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