– Scarab beetles were an iconic symbol in Egyptian history.
– Tattoos featuring scarab beetles showcase color, shade, and line detail to achieve balance.
– Symbolizes the meaning of scarab beetles.
– Ma’at symbolizes beauty, love, and divine motherhood.
– An ideal subject for a chest tattoo.
– The Ankh is a hieroglyph that represents life.
– Its loop represents sunlight nourishing humanity.
– Associated with Osiris and Isis in Egyptian mythology.
– Ankh Tattoos can be customized with symbols and elements of personal significance.
Eye of Horus
– The Eye of Horus symbolizes protection, good health, and rejuvenation.
– Can be placed anywhere on the body.
– Associated with the sky god Horus and spiritual healing.
– Anubis is the god of the afterlife and protector of souls.
– Represents personality, strength, fearlessness, and trust in one’s instincts.
– Symbolizes safe passage into the afterlife.
– Cartouches were symbols of royal status.
– Used to identify owners after death.
– Often seen on sarcophagi.
– Cleopatra symbolizes female power, feminine energy, and beauty.
– Associated with sensuality and magic.
– Scarabs symbolize sun cycles, rebirth, longevity, luck, and prosperity.
– Isis is an influential deity associated with fertility and motherly love.
– Popular choice for tattoo designs.
– Symbolizes ancient Egyptian culture and advanced construction methods.
– Represents one’s life journey.
Eye of Ra
– Symbolizes strength and spiritual protection.
– Associated with goddesses Sekhmet, Bast, and Tefnut.
– Represents women’s strength.
Winged Solar Disk
– Represents the sun and protects against darkness.
– Symbolizes pharaonic power and authority.
– Connected to the goddess Buto and her Uraeus crown.
– Egyptian goddess with magical, healing, and protective abilities.
– Excellent choice for an Egyptian Goddess tattoo.