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

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SCARAB JEI AND AMULET BEADS.

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795. Scarabseus, plain elytra; on the base, in intaglio,

Hut Amen

Rd, hi uta neter ma, "The Hut," or winged disk, the Horus of Edfu or
Apollinopolis Magna, "Amen Ha, in the eye, the true god;" pierced, fin. long.
Blue porcelain.

796. Scarabseus, xePer> n0 elytra; on the base, in intaglio, Amen Rd neb,
"Amen Ra, the lord;" pierced, fin. long. Bluish green glazed steatite.

797. Similar scarabseus, with the same inscription, fin. long. Bluish green
glazed steatite.

798. Similar scarabseus, plain elytra, with variant of same inscription (j [j'—-1 h
i in. long. Bluish green glazed steatite.

799. Similar scarabseus, plain elytra, with the same inscription. Jin. long.

WJiite glazed steatite.

800. Scarabseus, xePer> plain elytra; on the base, in intaglio, I 0 i y Amen

Ra neb, "Amen Ra, the lord," the name of Amen Ra facing either way. £in.
long. Blue glazed steatite.

801. Scarabseus, xePer> elytra; on the base, in intaglio, ( (J 'zzl! j) [)
Amen neb, "Amen, the lord," facing each way. Jin. long. Blue glazed steatite.

Amen rd

802. Scarabseus, yeper, no elytra; on the base, in intaglio,

O t

neb, "Amen Ra, the lord." The name of the god Amen appears on many
scarabsei, on account of his being the principal deity of Thebes, and first of
the eight gods of the first order, and mythical ruler of Egypt. Many of these
scarabsei with his name probably belonged to priests and other officers attached
to the worship or temples of Amen at Thebes. They are mostly of the period
of the 18th dynasty. Jin. long. Blue glazed steatite.

803. Scarabseus, similar, "Amen Ra, the lord." fin. long. Blue glazed
steatite.

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