Mysterious Egyptian Mythology Tattoos

Mysterious Egyptian Mythology Tattoos

Ancient Egypt is one of the most fascinating culture of the world and one the cradles of tattoo culture as well.
With its secrets, impressive and luxurious relics, no wonder that so many Egyptian Mythology tattoos are made! The pyramids are both an exotic and esoteric backgrounds, and Egyptian gods are making badass tattoos, both for women and men. Indeed, Egyptian goddesses are proud dedicated mothers, wives and daughters and they are all as sensual and refined as combative, and as skilled in war as in magic spells... Powerful symbols of felinity!
Isis is the strongest and seducive magician among the gods, and a coveted tattoo design. Yes, it is her, wings wide spread, under the breasts of Rihanna. She is the daughter of Ra, god of the sun, a popular one in a country world-renown for its warm weather. Isis is also the wife of Osiris, the first pharaoh : as pharaohs and their queens were considered as gods too. With their animal heads and royal headpieces, Egyptian gods are at the same time badass, elegant and mysterious: perfect for tattoos and to start a good conversation with tattooed strangers! ;)
A souvenir of a trip to Egypt, a tribute to TV serie Stargate or a genuine fascination for this incredibly wealthy culture, there are so many reasons to get Egyptian Mythology tattoos... Needing inspiration? Check this selection...
Another popular goddess is Hathor, the cow lady. Here by Alice Checked.
The mighty Anubis, the jackal god of the deads... Do you know who did this colorful tattoo?
Sekhmet, the lion goddess, was a true warrior. Black and grey tattoo by Bart Andrews.
Bastet as a fancy cat. Could you tell us who is the artist?
Pharaoh and god' skulls sleeve by Benjamin Laukis.
A full Ancient Egypt sleeve by Brian Griffith.
A small delicate tattoo of Queen Nefertiti by Clod the Ripper.
A pinup version of Hathor, goddess of music by Blue Blood Custom Tattoos in Ottawa.
Colorful Horus, the hawk god. Please credit the artist.
Old school Isis by Jaclyn Rehe: it's a great style for Egyptian tattoos.
More new school Isis by Jamie Ames Navarro.
A very small Hathor finger tattoo by LazerLiz.
Watercolor Tutankhamun by Maxwell Alves.
Old school Anubis and Horus by Michele L'Abbate.
Sekhmet by Mona El Tahawy.
This new school Bastet is so cute! Unfortunately, the name of the artist is missing, can you correct that?
Tutankhamun by Nico Negron, an epic black and grey tattoo.
Ancient Egypt also looks good for blackwork and dotwork. Philip Yarnell representated the weighing of the heart and god Anubis. The afterlife was a strong point of Egyptian culture, surprisingly similar with Christian culture.
Horus and Sekhmet by Rodrigo DC. The ankh under them is the symbol of life and a lucky charm.
Horus by Ross K Jones.
Winged gods surrounding a beetle, another sacred and lucky symbol. Great backpiece by Roxx.
Sleeve of the weighing of the heart by Sean Zee.
Sphinx cat and beetle by Shio Zaragoza.
The eye of ra is a powerful protective symbol. Here in a stunning 3D realistic version by Stefano Alcantara.
Sekhmet and Bastet by Will Koffman.
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