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50 Ancient Greek Mythology Tattoos Ideas (2017)

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Greek Culture and greek Mythology is so vast that you will get thousands of greek tattoos ideas. However it often get confusing on which greek tattoo design should one pick? Should it be a Greek God tattoo (Zeus, Poseidon, Hades, Athena, Atlas) or Greek Hero tattoos (Hercules, Achilles, Leonidas or Homer) , Greek Philosopher tattoos (Socrates, Plato or Aristotle), greek tribal tattoos or greek letter tattoos? Here we have chosen 50 beautiful greek tattoos designs for men and women inspired from ancient greek mythology –

Greek Tattoos Ideas And Designs

1. Even though people prefer Greek god tattoos but you can also opt for Greek philosopher tattoos. Here is a side posing tattoo of Aristotle.
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2. Plato is considered one of the greatest philosophers of all time. Here is tattoo of the legendary Greek philosopher.
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3. Girls can opt for Medusa tattoos. She was a monster according to greek mythology who had snakes in place of hair.
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4. People also get attracted to greek letter tattoos but you must know the meaning of the greek word that you choose or otherwise it won’t be meaningful.
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5. Greek God Zeus is globally famous and basically everything in greek mythology somehow revolves around him. Here is a Zeus tattoo design.
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6. Socrates was teacher of Plato (who preached Aristotle). Here is tattoo of greek philosopher Socrates.
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7. Greek God Poseidon is considered as the God of Sea. He is famous for his trident. Here is a tattoo of Poseidon.
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8. Greek Goddess Athena is famous for her wisdom and skills in war. Here is Greek Goddess Athena tattoo in a warrior costume.
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9. Greek God Ares is not much mentioned in Greek Mythology as much as Zeus or Hades or Poseidon but he still is very famous. Here is a tattoo dedicated to the Greek God of War.
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10. V!rgin greek Goddess Artemis is usually shown with Bow and Arrows. She is the Goddess of Girls and Birth.
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