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Europe has body art patterns derived from Ancient European folk art, and is an 11MB PDF
These patterns include:
1. Neolithic Goddess Patterns from Gavrinis, France
2. Celtic Princess from Vix, Burgundy
3. Karakachan Folk I
4. Karakachan Folk II
5. Karakachan Folk III
6. Karakachan Folk IV
7. Bulgarian Folk
8. Ancient Christian Monuments I
9. Ancient Christian Monuments I
10. Thracian Art
11. Hungarian Folk I
12. Hungarian Folk II
13. Hungarian Folk II
14. Bavarian Folk
15. Macedonian Folk
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