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Celtic Tattoos

Since the Romans first encountered the blue-tattooed Pictish barbarians of ancient Scotland, we've been fascinated with Celtic tattoo art and designs.

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Celtic Tattoos
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Celtic Tattoos
by Andy Sloss

Celtic designs are among the most popular for tattoos on both sides of the Atlantic, a cutting-edge trend that actually began in pre-Roman times to frighten opponents in battle. This stylish reference explores the history of the intricate, evocative designs of the ancient Celts, offering many ideas to help readers create their own images, from icons of Celtic art such as dragons and crosses, to torcs, spirals, and key patterns.

Complete step-by-step instructions for designing one-of-a-kind Celtic knotwork patterns are included, as is full information on creating temporary tattoos with henna or body paint. All patterns can be traced and enlarged to adorn any part of the body.
The Tattoo Encyclopedia
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The Tattoo Encyclopedia : A Guide to Choosing Your Tattoo
by Terisa Green

"Skipping the technical details of how to get a tattoo, Green's catalog delves into the fascinating realm of why people get tattoos and what images they choose.

After an introduction sketching the history of skin art, Green, an archaeologist and UCLA research associate, launches into an alphabetical encyclopedia with a collection of common tattoo symbols under each letter. She offers an illustration of the symbols and describes the meaning and symbolism behind each. For example, a hammer suggests "might, activity, and brute force."

The book also explains more obscure tattoos, such as the number 13, which stands for the thirteenth letter of the alphabet (M) and is sometimes used in lieu of a marijuana leaf; and a sunflower, which represents constancy. Green covers some 800 images, from acorn ("an ancient representation of life and birth") to Zuni fetish (a popular Native American symbol)." Copyright 2003 Reed Business Information, Inc.
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Celtic Tattoos from Dover

For kids or adults: easy-to-apply temporary tattoos in popular blue-black ink: mythical creatures, human figures in spirals and weaves, abstracts, and more. Instructions. Very inexpensive tattoos from Dover.

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Celtic Body Art Tattoos (Temporary Tattoos)
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Celtic Body Art Tattoos (Temporary Tattoos)
by Anna Pomanska

Twelve Celtic designs including a mix of mythical creatures, human figures in weaves and spirals, abstract Celtic designs, more. All done in popular blue-black ink.
Celtic Crosses Tattoos
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Celtic Crosses Tattoos
by Marty Noble

Five intricate and beautiful Celtic cross tattoos, waterproof.