Art historians now think that Jesus and friends were eating eels and oranges at the famous Last Supper, not bread and wine.
If that's the case, these 10 individuals have a beautiful work of art tattoed on their bodies that is historically inaccurate. Some of these designs have taken a bit of artistic license, while others remain true to the iconic portrait of the Last Supper painted by Leonardo da Vinci.
Implications - With an image as well-known and highly regarded as that of the Last Supper, it is a wonder why there aren't more amazing tattoos like these floating around for religious believers everywhere to embrace.
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