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

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126 objects of tee toilet.

three uraei serpents, facing outwards: pierced, £ in. long. Yellowish-white glazed
steatite.

955. Scarabseus, xePer> plam elytra; on the base, in intaglio, the usual
prenomen in a cartouche, between the words c J Q Jjj^ ^ © Neter nefer (Ra

men xePer) s'aa em uas> "The good god Ra men ^eper, crowned in Uas," or
the Thebaid titles of Thothmes III., king of the 18th dynasty: pierced, fin.
long. Green glazed steatite.

956. Scarabasus, ye]PeT> plain elytra; on the base, in intaglio, Ra men yepev;

in a horizontal cartouche, preceded by the title C J Neter nefer, "The good

god Ra men xeper," prenomen of Thothmes III., king of the 18th dynasty:
pierced. § in. long. Green glazed steatite.

957. Oval; on one side c J Neter nefer, and in a vertical cartouche, Ra
men xeVer> the title and prenomen of Thothmes III., of the 18th dynasty, who
is represented wearing the helmet x&Pers'> seated on a throne, facing to the right,
holding a crook in his left hand: on the reverse, Ra men xePer wc* m^l> Pre~
nomen of Thothmes III., and symbol ^ ma, or Truth, repeated : pierced, f in.
long. Blue porcelain.

958. Scarabseus, xePer > 011 the base, in intaglio, Neter nefer Neb ta Ra
men xePer> " The good god, the lord of the two countries, Ra men ^eper," pre-
nomen and titles of Thothmes III., king of the 18th dynasty, who is repre-
sented as a sphinx, couchant, wearing the helmet, xePers' • tbie. f m- long. Green
glazed steatite.

959. Oval amulet; on one side Thothmes III., king of the 18th dynasty,
wearing a helmet, xePrs' an(^ tunic, senti, kneeling in adoration to the god Ptah,
standing, mummied, holding the sceptre, uas, by both hands, behind the god an
urseus serpent: on the reverse, Neter nefer Ra men xePers> "The good god Ra
men ^eper," titles and prenomen of Thothmes III., in a vertical cartouche:
pierced, f- in. long. White glazed steatite.

960. Scarabseus, xePer, no elytra; on the base, in intaglio, ^ \^ (o tUffi jj

suten Icheb Ra men xePer ne^> "the king of Upper and Lower Egypt, Ra
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