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El escarabajo sagrado

Graf Zeppelin, England 1931

Ancient Egyptian Green Limestone Scarabs


Statue of Memi and Sabu, Old Kingdom, Dynasty 4, c. 2575–2465 BC

Queen Liliʻuokalani - last ruler of Hawaii - as a teenager. Her statement of surrender to the US ended: "...Now, to avoid any collision of armed forces and perhaps loss of life, I do, under this protest, and impelled by said forces, yield my authority until such time as the Government of the United States shall, upon the facts being presented to it, undo the action of its representative and reinstate me in the authority which I claim as the constitutional sovereign of the Hawaiian Islands."

Isis, Osiris, Horus, Hathor, Anubis...

Pectoral with Heart scarab, New Kingdom, Dynasty 19, ca. 1307-1196 B.C.

Ptolemaic Scarab - Glass & Gold. Greek. Circa 332-30 BCE.

Gold cloisonne earrings--Egypt

Throne of Princess Satamun Embellished with gold and silver foil, this wooden throne comes from the tomb of Yuya and Tuyu, great-grandparents of King Tutankhamun.


Ancient Egypt Jewelry

Photo 8. Details of a cosmetic box Tutankhamun. Picture in Picture in H. Stierlin, L'or des pharaohs, Paris, 1993, p. 50.

Ancient Egyptian scarabs. Carved brown limestone heart scarab, once placed on the throat, chest, or heart of the Mummy. Some were worn by the deceased on a necklace, or mounted in gold settings as a pectoral. Heart scarabs provided the bearer with the assurance that at the final judgment as depicted in the Book of the Dead, the bearer would be found ”True of Voice” and accepted into the eternal afterlife by the God Osiris. At the bottom, hieroglyphics and Egyptian symbols including a bird. V...

Scarab Stele

Egyptian Scarab

Egyptian Scarab Relief

La chatte Bastet, déesse égyptienne de la joie du foyer, de la chaleur du soleil, de la musique, des chats & de la maternité, portant sur son torse le scarabée ailé, symbole de la transformation & de la renaissance - Statue en bronze - Entre 664 et 332 avant notre ère - British Museum.

Isis was the Egyptian goddess of motherhood, fertility, marital devotion, healing the sick, and the working of magical spells and charms. Isis is one of the earliest and most important goddesses in ancient Egypt, and she was regarded as the feminine counterpart to Osiris.