Symbols - Norse Mythology for Smart People.
In the world of Norse mythology, we find gods and goddesses, giants, strange and powerful creatures, elves, dwarves and land spirits. It is difficult for a 21st century person to conceive of the worldview of the Vikings, brimming as it was with such a variety of spiritual beings.
If Vikings did have tattoos, it is likely they would have used Norse designs and symbols found in their other artwork on bone carvings or jewelry. For a more “modern” example, the ancient mummy of a mysterious young woman, known as the Ukok Princess, was found 2,500 metres up in the Altai Mountains in a border region close to frontiers of Russia with Mongolia, China and Kazakhstan.
Popular Norse tattoos and their meanings. There are also interesting cultural influences in Norse tattoo designs. Ibn Fadlan was writing in Arabic when he described his encounter with the Vikings. The Arabic word for “tattoo” in the original text was usually used to describe mosque decorations. This is a fitting description considering the.
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