Ancient Egyptian carnelian scarab, dated to the Late Period, or 664-332 BCE.

Ancient Egyptian carnelian scarab, dated to the Late Period, or BCE.

Ancient Artifact Egypt Carved Blue Lapis Lazuli Scarab Beetle 2000BC Pendant 14kt Gold or Sterling Silver Chain #29516

Ancient Artifact Egypt Carved Blue Lapis Lazuli Scarab Beetle Pendant Gold or Sterling Silver Chain

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.

This is an exceptionally rare and large ancient Egyptian amethyst scarab, dating to the 11th - 13th Dynasty (c. 2137 - 1781 B.C.). This falls into the period of the Bronze Age when in ancient Egypt, they had the skills and artistic mastery to be able to cut and carve perfect sculptures in precious stones. Amethyst in ancient Egypt was classed as a precious stone, worn by royalty and high priests. The ancient sculptor has cut this wonderful gem, into the perfect likeness of the scarab beetle…

This is an exceptionally rare and large ancient Egyptian amethyst scarab, dating to the - Dynasty (c. 2137 - 1781 B. This falls into the period of the Bronze Age when in ancient Egypt, they had the skills and artistic mastery to be able to c

Ptolemaic Scarab - Glass & Gold. Greek. Circa 332-30 B.C.

Ptolemaic Scarab -- Circa BCE -- Greek -- Glass & Gold -- Photo courtesy of the Cairo Antiquities Museum The Egyptian scarab is a solar symbol and represents birth, death and rebirth, just as the the sun.

Ancient Egyptian scarab ring.

Scarab Bracelet of King Tutankhamun, joined together by a hinge on one side & a clasp on the other. The cloisonné scarab is inlaid w/lapis lazuli. The bracelet is inlaid w/carnelian, lapis lazuli & colored glass.

SCARABÉE, les détails finement exécutés, le plat gravé de divers symboles. Stéatite noire. Art Cananéen, milieu du Ier millénaire av. J.-C.

SCARABÉE, les détails finement exécutés, le plat gravé de divers symboles. Stéatite noire. Art Cananéen, milieu du Ier millénaire av. J.-C.

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