1089. Rectangular object; on one side, a kind of flower, or feathered
ornament; on the reverse, ( ^ H Amen da sa Neter xePer> " Creat son °f
Amen, the god [self]-produced," probably intended for a royal title: pierced.
| in. long. White glazed steatite.
1090. Scarabasus, plain elytra; on the base, in intaglio, Jjj^ ^ |, beneath
'cz^; Rd neb uasm, or t'am, apparently prenomen of a king whose place in the
series is unknown : pierced, § in. long. Yellow glazed steatite.
1091. Scarabseus, xePer> P^am elytra; on the base, in intaglio, 0 w
Ra xePer neb, combination like a royal name, as Rcl neb xePer> but uncertain,
as it is not found in the lists or in a cartouche. With it are El, perhaps
for CiS, two hieroglyphs, and n two feathers of Ma, or Truth, arranged ver-
tically : pierced. \ in. long. Whitish glazed steatite.
1092. Scarabasus, ye'per, no elytra; on the base, in intaglio, © |j| 'vz^ com-
bination of Ra xePer ne^> ov neb Xeloer> resembling a name of a monarch,
but not found in the lists or in a cartouche. Hawks of the god Horus,
combination Neb nefer, "most excellent lord," a title of the Sun, or Ea, two
symbolic eyes of the Sun, Uta; symbols, qa, \_J ; the lower crown, ^ tes'er,
emblem of life, and " goodness as good life," and the symbol psrj nub. The
meaning of these groups of hieroglyphs is very obscure, and perhaps are only
combinations of different titles and attributes of Ea, or " the Sun :" pierced.
1 in. long. Green glazed steatite.
1093. Scarabseus, xePer> plain elytra; on the base, in intaglio, ^ ^ 3=1
arranged vertically, urceus facing left, Ra neb dra meri, "beloved of Ea, lord
of the diadem, or upper country," title of a monarch: pierced. f in. long.
Green glazed steatite.
1094. Scarabseus, xGPer > on tne ^ase; m intaglio, s J Haremaxu nefer,
"The good Harmachis," a title of the Sun in his character of Harmachis. This
form, Harmachis, was a name of the Sphinx, and also that of the monarchs
of Egypt. ^ in. long. Green glazed steatite.