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

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;itle of Osiris, 305
018 °fi on a tableau

fert, son of, 32i
, name of, on a
ne of the family of, 58
of, in a group, 65,1
Qg to, on a scarab, ID
"respondents," tie e:
.ral figures, 240
, 45

spulchral figures of, £■
imulets in
52, 233

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various sps^',

0f the ^e rf

a tablet, 28« „


Satu, or Sati, the god Sapt, lord of, 269;

foreigners of the tribe, 138
Satuhima, son of Nehaten, name of, on a

tablet, 276

Sausi, or Sais, tablet relating to march of
troops to, 268

Scarabseus, beetle, or Cheper, the emblem of the
self-forming, or uncreate gods, 44; figures
of the, 53; flying, emblem of the setting
sun, 53; hawk-headed, a solar emblem, 53 ;
in a necklace, 81; beads in form of the, 81,
85, 86, 87 ; in a string of beads, inscribed,
82; significations of the, 85; set as rings,
92—95 ; forms of, 103, 104; collection of,
used as amulet beads, inscribed, 103—164;
uninscribed, 164—167; not used as money,
104; inlaid with jasper and glass, 106; speci-
mens belonging to priests and officers of the
temple, 107; three scarabs conjoined, in-
scribed, 114; flying, on an amulet, 119;
inscribed, on scarabs, 119, 120, &c.; two
scarabs, united, 130; hawk-headed, type of
Ra and Kheper, 165, 166; rarity of the
bull-headed form, 166; pendants, for neck-
laces, or beaded work of mummies (several
inscribed), 211—214 ; sepulchral, uses and
forms of, 236—242; with inscriptions and
blank to insert names, 240; uninscribed,
240—242; difficulty of interpreting them,
156; with ornamental devices, 162-—164,
167; in hard stone, used as sepulchral amu-
lets, 164—167 ; Phoenician example, 340 ;
specimen from a nation bordering on Egypt,
with unexplained characters, 341

Scorpion, the emblem of the goddess Selk,
13; on a scarab, 116; held by Harpa^rat,

Seal-shaped object with a giant, 344

Seb, god; Osiris the son of, 20; Nephthys,
daughter of, 25, 26; figure of, with Se^et
and Menti, on a scarab, 110 ; tablet dedi-
cated to, 274; act of homage to, 325

Sebak, or Souchis, god; crocodile the emblem
of, 28; worshipped at Crocodilopolis, 50;
name derived from, 273; crocodile, emblem
of, 50, 51, 116; figure of, on scarabs, 111;
crocodile-headed, on a cylinder, 341

Sebak, son of ...ran, name on a tablet, 280

Sebak-aa, name on a scarab, 155

Sebak-ar, a proper name engraved on a hedge-
hog, 46

Sebakhetp, figure of, on a tablet, 282
Sebakhotep, son of Tata, superintendent of the

temple, 279 ; son of Urneb, ib.
Sebak-khab, a lady, figure of, on a tablet, 301
Sebakmes, pectoral plate inscribed with name

of, 212

Sebaksankh, a lady, name on a tablet, 279;

Nebart son of, ib.; Nub daughter of, 280
Sebak-tatau, scribe of the treasury, inscription

relating to, 273
Sebesankhes, a lady, figure of, on a tablet, 281
Sekar, god, on a ring, 92 ; adoration of, 306
Se^et, or Bast, goddess; in combination with

Ptah-Socharis-Osiris, 6; figures of, 7, 8;

figure of, with Harpa^rat, 29 ; pendent asgis

of, upon a bronze cat, 43 ; the lion-headed

Merienptah, 45 ; inscription to, on a stibium

vase, 101; figure of, on a scarab, 110;

sistrum and pylon amulets, an emblem of,

114, 115; wife of Ptah, figures of, on rings,

219, 220 ; see Bast
Sefe^, goddess, Nahamua a form of, 19
Seilenos, type of Bes, 35 ; figure of, on the foot

of a cista, 342
Selk, goddess of Pselcis, figures of, 13, 14;

scorpion, emblem of, on a scarab, 116;

speech of, on a sepulchral vase, 330
Senna-ater, name of, on a tablet, 283
Sennefer, an officer of a queen, tablet of, 287,


Sennefert, statue of, a seated female, on a cube,
one of the oldest known statues, 73

Sennu, son of Aishemraa, figure of, on a tablet,

Sennuaah, figure of, on a tablet, 287
Sennusat, figure of, on a tablet, 287
Senrahu, son of Hotep, 279
Sensenab, wife of Rasu, figure of, on a tablet,

Sep, ruler of the Arabian nome Sep, inscription
of dedication to Osiris, in type of, 64; the
mutilated Osiris, 196

Sepulchral cases, in form of Osiris, or of Ptah-
Socharis-Osiris, 333—335

Sepulchral figures in shape of model coffins,
243—245; figures, history of the use of,
with description of specimens, 246—262
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