Birch, Samuel [Hrsg.]
Catalogue of the collection of Egyptian antiquities at Alnwick Castle — London, 1880

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610. Scarabseus yeper, pierced and flat, probably from a necklace, f in.
long. Dark jasper.

611. Scarabseus, similar to preceding, down the elytra are three strise.
§ in. long. Lapis lazuli.

612. Scarabseus, like the preceding, plain elytra : pierced, f in. long. Lapis

613. Scarabseus, plain elytra, completely carved, pierced beneath. f in.
long. Dark basalt.

614. Scarabseus yeper, plain elytra completely carved. \ in. long, Hcematite.

615. Similar scarabseus. \ in. long. Green jasper.

616. Similar scarabseus. \ in. long. Green jasper.

617. Similar scarabseus. -J in. long. Dark jasper.

618. Scarabseus, elytra finely striated, standing on a square base. -§ in. long.
Lapis lazuli.

619. Similar scarabseus. |- in. long. Same material.

620. Scarabseus, striated elytra. \ in. long. Haematite.

621. Scarabseus, yeper, completely carved ; pierced beneath to string to the
necklace of a mummy. \ in. long. Hcematite.

622. Scarabseus, similar; pierced beneath. |- in. long. Hcematite.

623. Scarabseus, plain elytra, completely carved; pierced beneath to string
to the necklace of a mummy. \ in. long. Lapis lazuli.

624. Scarabseus, completely carved, plain elytra, pierced beneath. -|in. long.

625. Scarabseus, the elytra closely and finely striated, pierced beneath to
attach to the necklace of a mummy, § in. long. Dark jasper.

626. Scarabseus, completely carved, striated elytra, ring beneath. -|in. long.

Blue porcelain.

627. Scarabseus, yeper, plain pierced, f in. long. Blue porcelain.

628. Scarabseus, yeper, plain elytra, completely carved, not pierced. ^ in.
long. Lapis lazuli.

629. Scarabseus, yeper, completely carved, from the necklace, pierced beneath
for threading. These scarabssi occur in different kinds of hard stone, and were
either pendants or beads worn during life, or; what is more probable, one of
the sepulchral amulets deposited with the mummies, although no description of
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