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There are 7 objects for which Decoration contains → beetle
2007.9.1.99 Displays a scarab beetle and an Egyptian god, possibly Sobek, but the quality of too poor to tell properly.
E.23.58 Of white in colour, the beetle sits on a flat base. The base has hieroglyph inscriptions on the bottom. 2007.99.0073.jpg
E.62.12 Blue scarab on a flat base, which has vertical lines down the top of the beetle from its throat, and patterned legs. The wings are detached, both with spanned wing decorations. Base is plain. There are 6 small holes on the points of the compass, with 2 at East and at West by the side of the scarab, and three holes on each of the wings. These are at the corners of the joining part to the body of the scarab and one at each end of the wing spans. 2008.08.0054.jpg
E.62.17 The thorax is made of parallel straight lines. There appears to be a small amount of gold pigment between the beetle and the base, there is no other discernible pigment. 2002.98.0982.jpg
E.62.18 Stone scarab, the beetle attatched to a flat base. The thorax consists of parallel straight lines, the upper body is flat, and the 'head' consists of parallelagram like shape a ceratted edge to represent the mouth. 2008.08.0018.jpg
E.62.52 Beetle is painted with black pigment and some brown on thorax. Wing bars are painted brown and feathers in black pigment. The underside is highly blackened. 2007.99.0110.jpg
E.63.16 Small blue scarab on a flat base. The beetle has a line running down its thorax and little detail around the 'mouth'. The base is decorated with an ankh and two other symetrical unidentified symbols. 2007.99.0067.jpg
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