Blog Posts - Joseph Banks



Byte 33 – The Great Navigator – Part 4 – “Assembling the Team & Setting Sail”

So in May 1768, with Lieutenant Cook duly appointed to the command of the Endeavour, he steps on board and takes charge of the ship. The Endeavour lay in Deptford-yard, where she was being fitted out for sea….. In the meantime, every good ship...
by Scribbling Bytes of History on Jul 25, 2011

TATTOOS THE PRIMITIVE ART

There are various ways in which humans decorate their bodies. Today they use cosmetics, colors and ornaments to adorn themselves. However, humans living as early as in the Neolithic times had other ways of decorating themselves- the Tattoos. Tattoos...
by BODY TATTOOS on Apr 10, 2011

THE HISTORICAL TATTOO ORIGINS

Who had the first tattoo? No one knows. The word is derived from the Samoan or Polynesian word “tatau”. The first written reference to tattoos is found in the book written by the naturalist Joseph Banks, who accompanied Captain James Cook...
by BODY TATTOOS on Apr 10, 2011

Family Tattoo Designs

Tattoo is a type of decoration, that generally adorn the human body. On the other hand, when they are made on animals, they are used for identification or branding. To make a tattoo dark, inedible ink is inserted into the dermis layer of the skin, so...
by TATTOO DESIGNS on Mar 25, 2011

FAMILY TATTOO

Tattoo is a type of decoration, that generally adorn the human body. On the other hand, when they are made on animals, they are used for identification or branding. To make a tattoo dark, inedible ink is inserted into the dermis layer of the skin, so...
by Best Tattoo Design on Dec 23, 2010


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