Many people are asking about ideas for Armenian tattoos and they are kinda tired of usual ones like Cross, apricot and pomegranate. I would suggest them paying attention to ancient Armenian symbol of eternity which our ancestors created.
In general Eternity is often symbolized by the image of a snake swallowing its own tail, known as Ouroboros (or Uroboros), though the symbol can also carry a number of other connotations.
Infinity symbol variations.
The “endless knot,” a symbol of eternity used in Tibetan Buddhism.
An ancient Armenian symbol of eternity.
An annulus, a Celtic symbol of eternity
Some of Armenian eternity/infinity symbols in ancient Armenian churches…
The rosette that’s come to be known as “The Eternal Flower” is a symbol produced throughout Armenian antiquity. It found its way into Armenian Orthodoxy, showing up in churches, on stone crosses (“khatchkars”), across the pages of illuminated manuscripts, and in contemporary art, jewelery, and decor. It signifies life everlasting, an endless cycle of rebirth; illustrating that there is no end, only transformation.