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      Egyptian Scarab Beetle and the Sun God Ra The ancient Egyptians believed that the Sun God Ra renewed the sun every day before rolling it above the horizon, then carried it through the other world after sunset, only to renew it, again, the next day. The Egyptian Scarab Beetle therefore enjoyed a sacred status among the Ancient Egyptians. The image of the scarab in Ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs displays the image of the beetle translated as "to come into being", "to become" or "to transform".

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    A large Egyptian green schist heart scarab - Late Second Intermediate Period - Early New Kingdom, circa 1650-1400 B.C. - The underside inscribed with ten lines of text, from hapter 30B of the Book of the Dead, the upper side carved anatomically as a scarab beetle, with incised wing-case, the two wing sectors each with tiny wing nicks, the legs with ridges representing hairs, 3¼in (8.2cm) long