Pectoral scarab found in Tutankhamun's tomb. This would have been worn during life hung from a gold chain on the chest. Below the bar is a decorative lotus fringe but above the bar the decoration is hieroglyphs that spell out one of the Kings names so while we just see it as decoration, an ancient Egyptian would read it as a word. Winged scarab, uraei (fire-breathing cobras), sacred Eyes, Ankh-signs, and Lotus fringe; this pectoral is composed of TutAnkhAmon's Royal Name as "King of Upper and Lower Egypt": "Neb-Kheperu-Ra" (the hieroglyphs of: basket, Scarab-in Plural-strokes, and the Sun), "Lord of the Forms of Ra"
King Tut'ankhamun on a panther. Statuette of gilded wood from the king's tomb, showing him as king of Upper Egypt, carrying a flail in his hand and leaning upon a staff. A number of statuettes of this type, not more than two feet high, were found in the tomb.