Scarab amulet trio replica set
symbol of renewal
The square black scarab
Length - 5.2 cm / 2 inches
My personal favorite, this unusual well defined and heavily inscribed scarab is of 19th dynasty design. The inscription is a spell to overcome obstacles in this life and the next. On the top side ridge the name of Ramses the second has been inscribed. Ramses the Great.
Human headed Scarab
Length - 6 cm / 2-3/4 inches
Width - 4 cm / 1-1/2 inches
One of the rarest forms of scarab include a human head placed where the scarab head usually is . Representing the ancient owner it seamlessly blends in with the thorax and main body. It is a more personalised way to ensure the ancient soul is reborn in the afterlife. Stylistically this example appears to be late 18th to early 19th dynasty.
Scarab of Tutankhamun
Length - 6 cm / 2-3/8 inches
Width - 4 cm / 1-5/8 inches
Height - 2.5 cm / 1 inch
Scarabs represent renewal / rebirth and are frequently inscribed with beneficial symbols to aid the owner in life. In death the so called ‘heart scarab’ would be inscribed with a spell to help your heart speak truly and not let you down during a judgement ritual that determined passage into the afterlife or oblivion.
This scarab features the name of king Tutankhamun inscribed underneath - Neb-Kheperu-Ra which translates to ‘lord of the forms of Ra’. Ra being the principal sungod through the majority of Egypt’s history.
This is a fabulous set that will show variations in scarab design and add detail to the foreground of your Egyptian display.
*As each item is handmade, slight colour variations may occur.
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