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Greek Cross Tatttoos Aiken SC

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Gunslinger Tattoo Parlor
(706) 722-6211
1160 Broad St
Augusta, GA
 
1St Amendment Tattoo
(706) 828-6744
126 9th St
Augusta, GA
 
Gunslinger Tattoo Parlor
(706) 722-6211
908 Broad St
Augusta, GA
 
Elite Ink Tattoos
(843) 448-4708
702 Seaboard St Unit F
Myrtle Beach, SC
 
Factor Five
(843) 747-0540
5527 Rivers Ave
Charleston, SC
 
Tribal Urge Inc
(706) 823-0022
523 Broad St
Augusta, GA
 
Gunslinger Tattoo Parlor
(706) 722-6211
1160 Broad St
Augusta, GA

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Robert's Tattoo Studio
(843) 332-1111
601 W. Bobo Newsom Hwy.
Hartsville, SC
Hours
Tues-Thur 11-8, Fri-Sat 11-10. Closed Sunday and appointments only on Mondays.

123 East Coast Ink
(864) 295-2559
4134 Calhoun Memorial Hwy.
Easley, SC
 
Magnetizm Tattoo & Body Piercing
(803) 419-4700
7345 Parklane Rd
Columbia, SC
 
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Greek Cross tattoos

Greek Cross Tattoos - The Greek Cross, in evidence in Ancient Greece of three thousand years ago, is recognized today as the symbol for the Red Cross, being equal in all four arms. And, of course, the cross is recognized as the "plus sign" in mathematics, first appearing as such in Germany in 1489.

As a tattoo design or symbol, there is perhaps no religious icon or symbol more universally recognized today than the Christian Cross. Religious symbolism is prominently featured in several tattoo design genres, both ancient and modern, and in fact it could be argued that all traditional tattooing among indigenous peoples has a strong spiritual element.

Greek cross examples

Within modern tattoo genres, the cross is a tattoo design that has been in vogue for at least the last two centuries, and was tattooed by sailors, merchant seamen, was heavily represented in Old School tattooing, was popular among Military Serviceman, Latino tattooing, and is today one of the most popular tattoo designs in the world.

Greek cross examples

Greek Cross Inspiration Gallery - Click here to get inspired! The Cross itself is one of the most ancient, widespread, and important symbols in human history - the vertical and horizontal lines representing Father and Mother Nature, respectively. The point of intersection of those two lines -- the point of synthesis -- represented those mystical and spiritual concepts that embraced the meeting of the material and the spiritual in human existence. 

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