King Tut / Tutankhamun Tattoo meaning – masculine (like a capricorn tattoo), strength (like a koi fish), magic/veneration (like Zeus?!), king (like the lion – king of the jungle). He was almost a God – wisdom, strength and power are among other meaning of this tattoo.
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King Tut Tattoo Symbolism:
- History of Tutankhamun / Tutankhaten / King Tut – do you know that King Tut became a pharaoh at only nine years old? Do you also know people believe there is a curse related to King Tut – that all those entering his tomb will die? Basically this means that this Pharaoh means “life after death”, power and strength. It is believe that he died from some sort of bone disease.
- King Tut father: his father is Akhenaten. His brothers and sisters were: Smenkhkare, Meritaten, Meketaten, Ankhesenamun and Neferneferuaten Tasherit. And others.
- King Tut age: he died at the age of 18. Both his daughters died before being born.
- King Tut Family tree: his mother was – The Younger Lady. His father was – TAkhenaten. His wife was – Ankhesenamun.
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King Tut Tattoo Placement ideas – you can either place it on your chest, on your back. Basically you can have it anywhere on your body. One thing to keep in mind – think more than twice about your decision. It’s an important one! Here are some more pictures for your next tattoo: