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Types of  Pockets Infographic from Enerie.Writers continue to reblog these infographics for their useful terminology.

The ultimate patch pockets fashion vocabulary More Visual Glossaries (for Her): Backpacks / Bags / Beads / Belt knots / Bobby Pins / Boots / Bra Types / Braids / Buns / Chain Types / Coats / Collars / Darts / Dress Shapes / Dress Silhouettes /.

chaosophia218:  Berber Symbols, language indigenous to North Africa (spoken by large populations in Algeria and Morocco, and by smaller populations in Libya, Tunisia, northern Mali, western and northern Niger, northern Burkina Faso, Mauritania, and in the Siwa Oasis of Egypt).

Berber Symbols language indigenous to North Africa (spoken by large populations in Algeria and Morocco and by smaller populations in Libya Tunisia northern Mali western and northern Niger northern Burkina Faso Mauritania and in the Siwa Oasis of Egypt).

Old Algerian lady with facial/neck tattoos. (Many Algerian women tattooed their faces during the late 50's early 60's (during the war of Independence)to appear unattractive, and thus avoid rape by the savage French soldiers)  Interesting.

chasing-rose: “Kurdistan: The ‘tree of life’, which in ancient times is said to have reached the skies, is one of the most common symbols used in Kurdish tattoos. It represents immortality.

Follow the fascinating history of Middle Eastern facial and body tattoos. Found mainly among the Algerian and Moroccan nomadic Berber tribes, although no longer common, the symbols remain in crafts.

web site of EPS project to share students and teachers production about early people symbols: Berbers, native american , australian aboriginal

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Berber Symbols - Kabyle Berber culture belongs to a cultural group that includes the Chaouis, the Tuareg, the Chenouis, Mozabites and other North African Berbers.

Motifs de ḥarqūs ; certains se retrouvent dans les tatouages et dans le décor des poteries (d’après J. Herbert). | encyclopedieberbere.revues.org/1663    Ḥarqūs patterns; some end up in tattoos and in the decoration of pottery (from J. Herbert).

Motifs de ḥarqūs ; certains se retrouvent dans les tatouages et dans le décor des poteries (d’après J. Herbert). | encyclopedieberbere.revues.org/1663 Ḥarqūs patterns; some end up in tattoos and in the decoration of pottery (from J. Herbert).