Bloodaxe's Realm     The Medieval World  

Scarabs
An Egyptian 'Button Type' Scarab (MA1006)
with underside markings.
Material: Basalt
Date: Late Period, 664 - 332 B.C.
Size: 2.2 cm long



An Egyptian Steatite Royal Scarab (MA1020)
with the cartouche of Sety I on the underside.
Material: Steatite
Date: 19th Dynasty, 1294 - 1278 B.C.
Size: 1 1/8" long
 Inscription: Sun 're', seated figure of 'maat', and gameboard 'men'
An Egyptian Faience Scarab (MA1021)
with inscriptions of Ma'at Re Sebekhotep, an unknown King from the third intermediate period.
Material: Faience
Date: Third Intermediate, 1070 - 712 B.C.
Size: 2.2 cm long



An Egyptian Carnelian Scarab (MA1022)
with an engraved Ankh and Cobra on the underside.
Material: Carnelian
Date: New Kingdom Period, 1550 - 1070 B.C.
Size: 1.3 cm long
An Egyptian Blue Faience Scarab (MA1023)
with a symbol on unification of the two lands, by ropes binding reed.
Material: Faience
Date: New Kingdom Period, 1550 - 1070 B.C.
Size: 1.2 cm long


An Egyptian Scarab (MA434)
Material: Stone
Date: Circa. 730 B.C.
Size: 1 3/4" high


An Egyptian Heart Scarab (MA436)
Material: Green Stone
Date: Circa. 730 B.C.
Size: 2 1/4" high
An Egyptian Heart Scarab (MA436-A)
Material: Stone
Date: Circa. 730 B.C.
Size: 2 1/2" high
An Egyptian Faience Scarab (MA395-B)
with a cartouche of Pharao Men Keper Ra Khemy.
Material: Faience
Date: 25th Dynasty, 712 - 332 B.C.
Size: 1.6 cm long