Painting and Tatuing.
the same tribe, have different methods of tattooing. In some it is the forehead or chest ; in others, the hands or feet ; in others, the thighs that are tattooed. The greatest slaves to this fashion are perhaps the damsels of the Long Wai and Tring tribes, who unite in themselves the fashions of nearly all the other tribes. Whereas the others are content with ornamenting only one part of the body at a time, a Long Wai or Tring lady must be tattooed in various parts of the body." (PP- 189, 190.)
Note.aThe statement in Jour. Anthrop. Inst. xvii. 322 and copied by Prof. Hain (p. 147) that the British Museum possess a portrait of a Tring priestess tatued should read that a plate taken from Mr. Bock's book has been hung up for public inspection.
Tatued Dyaks (? Kayans). (After Prof. Veth).Tatued Dyaks (? Kayans). (After Prof. Veth).