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Scarab with seated griffin | Second Intermediate Period–Early New Kingdom Dynasty 17–18 Date:ca. 1635–1458 B.C. | The Met

Scarab with seated griffin

hyksos scarab with arra description 13 dynasties 1786bc

Hyksos Scarab with Anra Inscription Egypt, Middle Kingdom to Second Intermediate Period, dynasties B.

Canaanite Scarab with a Crocodile Headed Figure Holding a Flower

Canaanite Scarab with a Crocodile Headed Figure Holding a Flower

Scarab inscribed 'Hatshepsut, United with Amun', New Kingdom period, Dynasty 18, joint reign of Hatshepsut and Thutmose III (ca. 1473-1458 BC), Egypt

Glazed Steatite Scarab -- Inscribed 'Hatshepsut, United with Amun', New Kingdom, Dynasty joint reign of Hatshepsut & Thutmose III -- Circa BCE -- Metropolitan Museum of Art

Scarab  Nubian  Findspot: Gebel Barkal, Nubia (Sudan) Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Scarab Nubian Findspot: Gebel Barkal, Nubia (Sudan) Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Selection of Scarabs, First Intermediate Period (c.2150-2007 BC) to Late Period (664-337BC) Ancient Egyptian.

Egyptian Party : Inspiration : Selection of Scarabs, First Intermediate Period BC) to Late Period Ancient Egyptian (faience, red & green jasper & steatite)

AN EGYPTIAN AGATE SCARAB   LATE PERIOD, DYNASTY XXVI-XXX, CIRCA 664-332 B.C.

Egyptian agate scarab, Late period, B. Naturalistically modelled with finely striated wing-case, strap loop on the underside, cm long.

Gold bracelet from the tomb of Shoshenq II mounted with a lapis lazuli scarab. The name of Djedptahefankh inscribed on the reverse of the scarab indicates it may be a reused piece dating from the late New Kingdom. Country of Origin: Egypt. Culture: Ancient Egyptian. Date/Period: 3rd Intermediate, 22nd Dynasty,. Place of Origin: Tanis c. 890 BC. Material Size: Gold, lapis lazuli, dia = 6.7 cm. Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive/ Egyptian Museum, Cairo .

Gold bracelet from the tomb of Shoshenq II mounted with a lapis lazuli scarab. The name of Djedptahefankh inscribed on the reverse of the scarab indicates it may be a reused piece dating from the late New Kingdom. Country of Origin: Egypt.

Bague, sceau à anneau au nom de Thôt/ Ring, ring seal on behalf of Thôt (-1069 -  -945)  © 2015 Musée du Louvre / Christian Décamps

Bague, sceau à anneau au nom de Thôt/ Ring, ring seal on behalf of Thôt (-1069 - -945) © 2015 Musée du Louvre / Christian Décamps

Sarmatian in the SCA: August 2012

Sarmatian in the SCA: Steppe Nomad Symbolism for SCA Armory

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