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Green basalt Scarab, inscribed with a version of Chapter XXXB of the Book of the Dead. The upper pa (cont.)
Green basalt human-headed Scarab, inscribed with Chapter XXXB of the Book of the Dead; the owner's n (cont.)
Green basalt Scarab, inscribed with Chapter XXXB of the Book of the Dead; the owner's name was [HIER (cont.)
Green basalt Scarab, inscribed with nine lines of hieroglyphics, which read: [HIEROGLYPHS]. 2½ in. (cont.)
Grayish-green stone Scarab, with striped elytra, and base uninscribed. L. 1¾ in. Given by Sir Woll (cont.)
Stone Scarab, uninscribed, coated with bitumen. Given by Sir Wollaston Franks, K. C. B. L. 1½ in.
Porphyry Scarab, uninscribed, with striped elytra. Found near the Great Pyramid. 2⅝ in. | 1⅞ in.
Green basalt Scarab, inscribed on the base with the figure of a lion in outline. L. 2⅛ in. Bubasti (cont.)
Green glazed faience Scarab, from the bead work covering of a mummy. L. 2¾ in. Memphis.
Portion of a blue paste Scarab, on the back of which is a bennu bird. L. 1⅛ in. Bubastis.
Dark faïence Scarab, with wings made of rows of red, blue, yellow and white beads. Width from tip (cont.)
Blue glazed faïence Scarab, with expanded wings, moulded in one piece, with a large disk over its he (cont.)
Blue glazed faïence Scarab, with expanded wings, which are painted with red and yellow stripes; from (cont.)