Young mother and her child in their shack-like residence set up in a cellar in Margellina, Naples in 1947.
Young mother and her child in their shack-like residence set up in a cellar in Margellina, Naples in 1947.Keystone-France/Gamma-Keystone—Getty Images
Young mother and her child in their shack-like residence set up in a cellar in Margellina, Naples in 1947.
Water fountain in slum neighborhood. Naples, Italy, 1947.
Kids in slum neighborhood helping prepare cardboard for shoe soles of recycled shoes that will be sold as new. Naples, Italy, 1947.
Young mothers feeding their babies on the steps of the church of San Francesco di Paola while a gang of unemployed boys play cards in the background. Naples, Italy, 1947.
An Italian woman holding a baby in the doorway of her home in Naples, 1950.
Friday is Wash Day for the people of Naples, Italy, July 1956.
People walking in the street in via San Gregorio Armeno in Naples. Naples, 1961.
Glimpse of Naples from above
Sale of garlic and lemons in a Naples street
A woman reading a book in the Mergellina area at the foot of Posillipo hill. Naples, 1963.
Young mother and her child in their shack-like residence set up in a cellar in Margellina, Naples in 1947.
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Maisie Williams' New Game of Thrones Tattoo Is a Great Excuse to Dive Down the Theory Rabbit Hole

Jul 23, 2018

Just over a month after Sophie Turner debuted a House Stark direwolf sigil tattoo featuring the quote, "The pack survives," Maisie Williams seems to have gotten her very own new Game of Thrones ink.

Williams took to her Instagram story on Sunday to tease a "No One" tattoo that appears as though it will be written in red ink. The phrase is a reference to Arya Stark's training as a faceless assassin.

However, just as fans speculated that Turner's tat is an indicator that Sansa Stark survives Thrones' final season—a theory that she denied—Williams' new brand is bound to convince some that Arya does not.

“It’s just a quote from last season,” Turner told James Corden during a June appearance on The Late Late Show. “Everyone figures that the pack really does survive, but it’s just a moral that I like to live by.”

Meanwhile, Williams has yet to provide any commentary on her "No One" ink.

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