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History Of Celtic Tattoos

Celtic Tattoos

Celtic history dates back thousands and thousands of years. Early Celtic people were renowned for their skills in artwork of jewelry, metal, and weapons. They were warriors as well, regarded as fierce and brave fighters by the Romans. Throughout Ireland, there are a vast number examples and evidence of Celtic artwork and Celtic crosses.

Over the years, modern Celts evolved and established symbols for themselves. Throughout North America, Celtic people often wear these symbols to let others know that they are of a Celtic descent. The symbols and knowledge have been passed down throughout time, as there is little no written history. Tattooing however, keeps the Celtic tradition alive and strong with the infamous Celtic cross and other popular Celtic designs.

Most Celtic tattoo designs come from Ireland, where the evidence of Celtic history is very strong indeed. The Trinity College found in Dublin, Ireland, contains many manuscripts that document the Celtic heritage and symbols. The height of Celtic tattooing however, occurred during the era when stone and metal work was really popular.

Celtic knot tattoos are some of the most popular and most common designs of the modern era, featuring loops with no end that symbolize a never ending cycle of dying and rebirth. There are also Celtic animal tattoo designs as well, which are similar in design to the knot tattoos, although the cords in the design normally terminate in heads, tails, and feet. The pure knot tattoo designs are usually never ending, unless an individual adds an end to symbolize a spiral.

The meaning behind the knots in Celtic tattoos defies literal translation and is found at a much deeper level. The interlacing of the knots expresses the repeated crossing of both physical and spiritual elements. The strands and their never ending path is a popular design for Celtic tattoos, representing life, faith, and love. For many years, Celtics have used these designs for emotional as well as heritage purposes.

History of Celtic tattoos

Those who are from a Celtic descent, Irish, Scots, or Welsh, find a Celtic tattoo to be a excellent way to express their heritage pride. These tattoos help to reestablish pride, and give tribute to their ancestors. The tattoos aren’t easy to do, many taking several hours. Unlike other tattoo designs, Celtic tattoos are among the most difficult designs in the world.

If you are from a Celtic descent and have decided to get a Celtic tattoo, the first thing to do is find an artist with the ability to perform the tattoo. The designs are very difficult and not all tattoo artists can do them. It’s always best to find a tattoo artist who has a history in Celtic designs, as this will ensure the tattoo is done correctly. The artist who does the tattoo needs to have an eye for minute detail and exact line placement – which is a skill that few tattoo artists possess.

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