" data-medium-file="https://warboar.files.wordpress.com/2013/10/penmerneb-servant-on-the-site-of-truth-amun-statue-14th-12th-century-bce.jpg? We cannot know why or how this man acquired this tattoo simply by looking at this statuette, much less know for certain if that is an accurate likeness or simply a decorative detail of the statuette itself.We can, however, say with certainty that Penmerneb was a man of some means and importance, given that he could afford to commission a statue of fine quality in the first place, and is depicted by the image of a God (especially one so prominent and lofty as Amun! Granted that the likeness is indeed accurate, which it may not be, this sculpture may cast ) Generally speaking, however, extant evidence tends to suggest that tattooing was reserved for servants, slaves, and other members of the lower and marginalized classes of society.
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