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The Samurai had served its people for many centuries-spanning generations and were highly admired, almost being treated as royalty.
However, direct evidence for tattooing on mummified human skin extends only to the 4th millennium BC.
The oldest discovery of tattooed human skin to date is found on the body of Ötzi the Iceman, dating to between 33 BC.
Being stripped of their armor the Samurai adopted tattoo as a means of replacing the armor.
In effect the samurai were forced into hiding, thusly forming the fraternal order of the Yakuza.
While known, decorative tattooing was looked down upon and religious tattooing was mainly practiced in Egypt and Syria.
According to Robert Graves in his book The Greek Myths, tattooing was common amongst certain religious groups in the ancient Mediterranean world, which may have contributed to the prohibition of tattooing in Leviticus.Another ethnic group that practices tattooing are the Mentawai people, as well as Moi and Meyakh people in West Papua.Tattooing for spiritual and decorative purposes in Japan is thought to extend back to at least the Jōmon or Paleolithic period and was widespread during various periods for both the Japanese and the native Ainu.These symbols sometimes designated the places where the crimes were committed.In one area, the character for "dog" was tattooed on the criminal's forehead. The Samurai picked up the art of tattoo after being forced to disband.Marco Polo wrote of Quanzhou, "Many come hither from Upper India to have their bodies painted with the needle in the way we have elsewhere described, there being many adepts at this craft in the city".