i basically mean This Is Sparta; don't really know how else to explain? Like as if you are saying 'This is mine' for example.
From research so far i have: "θις ις Σπαρτα" although i am no expert and would greatly appreciate clarification.
θις ις Σπαρτα is not Greek at all; it's just English written with Greek letters.
Here's the deal, Steven: The Englsh demonstrative pronoun "this" designates something close at hand. We use it in various ways:
1) To identify an object. Assuming you'll put the tattoo somewhere on your body, you may mean "This body is Sparta," for example.
2) To verify an identity, as on the telephone ("Hello, this is Steve"). Do you mean to say "Steven = Sparta"?
3) To identify a personality, e.g., "Steve is Sparta all over again."
4) To verify a location: "Here (on Steve) is Sparta."
— at least, those are some of the uses of the word "this." And it's not impossible that you have yet another meaning in mind. Each meaning will require a different translation into Greek. So it's important for you to think hard about what you really mean. When you've made up your mind, we'll be happy to serve you!