skull calligraphy in Kanji スカル 漢字
A skull that has become whitish when exposed to wind and rain.
Of the human bones found in prehistoric sites, the skull and some of it are larger than the other bones, so the head or skull had a special role in human culture from early on. It is inferred. There is a theory that many skulls can still be found because they are thrown away in a specific place due to the custom of eating, and there is a theory that there was a custom to save skulls as a target of magic after eating the brain.
Japanese calls Share-Kobe, Sare-kobe and Doku-ro.
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ドクロ 漢字