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Two faience scarab wings, each with three holes for suspension. The scarab is catalogued as AB9. Win (cont.)
An inscribed scarab beetle made of a green stone. The hieroglyphs suggest that this is not an ancien (cont.)
A faience scarab beetle with two wings. The wings and scarab have holes for sewing into mummy wrappi (cont.)
A small pale green faience scarab, incised on the reverse with a longitudinal hole for threading.
A small blue faience scarab, with an 'X' on the underside. There is a longitudinal hole for threadin (cont.)
Two bright blue scarab wings, one broken into two halves. They have holes in them to sew them onto t (cont.)
A highly decorated faience wing with holes in it to sew onto mummy wrappings. This probably dates to (cont.)