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Relief Depicting Personified Estates from the Tomb of Akhtihotep
Scarab with Antelope and Uraei
Fragments from a Book of the Dead
Stela of Amenemhat and Hemet
Statue of Ptah-Sokar-Osiris
Scarab Inscribed with a Hieroglyphic Motif
Scarab Lord of the Two Lands Maatkare (Hatshepsut), with Nekhbet Vulture Wearing the Double Crown
Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Shabti dolls were funerary figures in ancient Egypt that accompanied the deceased to the after-life. Shabti's name is derived from the Egyptian swb for stick but also corresponds to the word for `answer' (wsb) ... More

Scarab Inscribed for the God's Wife Hatshepsut, Living Forever
Scarab: Scarab Beetle with Hieroglyphs (wedjat eyes, nfr-signs, nbw-sign)
Game Box Inscribed for Taia and His Family
Funerary Cone of the Herald Ibety
Scarab of Queen Sitsebek, Ancient Egypt, Metropolitan Museum of Art
Frog Seal Amulet with an Ankh Hieroglyph on the Base
Scarab: Menkheperra (Thutmose III), New Kingdom, Egypt, 1550  -1070 BC
Scarab: Floral Motifs, Hieroglyphs, and Geometric Designs
Funerary Cone of the Royal Herald Intef
Ring with a Scarab Bezel
Heart Amulet of Manhata, New Kingdom, Egypt, 1550  -1070 BC
Sealing, Egypt, Middle Kingdom, 2040 – 1640 BC
Scarab Inscribed with Hieroglyphs in a Rope Border
Nectanebo II Offers to Osiris Hemag
Sealing, Egypt, Middle Kingdom, 2040 – 1640 BC
Scarabs, New Kingdom, Egypt, 1550  -1070 BC
Scarab Inscribed with the Name of the God Amun-Re
Scarab Inscribed with the Throne Name of Amenhotep I
Scaraboid: Fish, New Kingdom, Egypt, 1550  -1070 BC
Scarab Inscribed with a Hieroglyphic Motif
Funerary Cone of the Wab-Priest Amenemhab
Jar Sealing, New Kingdom, Egypt, 1550  -1070 BC
Scarab Inscribed Maatkare (Hatshepsut), She Lives
Scarab Inscribed Hatshepsut United with Amun
Scarab: Menkheperra (Thutmose III), Egypt, Third Intermediate Period (1070–664 BC)
Hieroglyphic Amulet, New Kingdom, Egypt, 1550  -1070 BC
Middle Kingdom statuette, reinscribed for Harsiese High Priest of Memphis in the Third Intermediate Period
Stela Fragment of Pay Adoring Re-Harakhty
Scarab Inscribed with the Name Ahmose-Nefertari
Pectoral and Necklace of Sithathoryunet with the Name of Senwosret II
Heart Scarab of Djehutyemheb, New Kingdom, Egypt, 1550  -1070 BC
Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Shabti dolls were funerary figures in ancient Egypt that accompanied the deceased to the after-life. Shabti's name is derived from the Egyptian swb for stick but also corresponds to the word for `answer' (wsb) ... More

Girdle of ball beadsand cowries with scarab
Jar sealing impressed with name of Queen Neithhotep
Scarab: Hieroglyphs (Red Crown, nfr- and nb-Signs: Trigramme of Amun)
Funerary Cone the Overseer of His Majesty's Horses Hekaneheh
Scarab: Falcon and Hieroglyphs, New Kingdom, Egypt, 1550  -1070 BC
Scarab Inscribed With The Titulary of Amenhotep I
Scarab, New Kingdom, Egypt, 1550  -1070 BC
Scarab, New Kingdom, Egypt, 1550  -1070 BC
Scarab Inscribed Amunrehotep, New Kingdom, Egypt, 1550  -1070 BC
Scarab Inscribed with the Throne Name of Amenhotep II
Hieroglyphic Amulet, New Kingdom, Egypt, 1550  -1070 BC
Agate triangular prism, Greece
Scarabs from Hatshepsut Foundation Deposits
Sarcophagus of Djedhor, Egypt, Ptolemaic Period (332–30 BCE)
Ointment Jar with Lid, New Kingdom, Egypt, 1550  -1070 BC
Canopic jar lid, Egypt, Third Intermediate Period (1070–664 BC)
Scarab Inscribed with the Name Maatkare (Hatshepsut) Flanked by Two Red Crowns
Shabti of Amenhotep III, New Kingdom, Egypt, 1550  -1070 BC
Funerary Cone of First Prophet of Amun Djehuty
Scarab Inscribed Female Golden Horus
Stela of the Singer in the Interior of Amun, Djedbastetemtehou, from Mefkat
Shabti of Seti I, New Kingdom, Egypt, 1550  -1070 BC
Kohl Jar Inscribed for Hatshepsut as God's Wife
Scarabs Inscribed for the God's Wife Neferure
Scarab of an Official, Egypt, Second Intermediate Period (1782 - 1570 BCE)
Piriform jug with cartouche of Thutmose III
Worker Shabti of Henettawy (C), Daughter of Isetemkheb
Scarab Inscribed King of Upper and Lower Egypt, Lady of the Two Lands
Scarab of Ramesses II, New Kingdom, Egypt, 1550  -1070 BC
Scarab, New Kingdom, Egypt, 1550  -1070 BC
Scarab Inscribed with a Hieroglyphic Motif
Scarab Inscribed with the Name of the God Amun-Re
Scarab Inscribed with a Hieroglyphic Motif
Scarab of an Official, Egypt, Second Intermediate Period (1782 - 1570 BCE)
Funerary Cone of the Chief of the Medjay Didu
Brewer's Vat of Queen Mother Ankhenes-Pepi
Nakhtamun's Funeral Procession, Tomb of Nakhtamun
Cowroid Stamp Seal with an Ankh Inscribed on the Base
Scarab: Nefera with Hieroglyphs (kA-signs, xaw)
Scarab Ring of Ruiu, New Kingdom, Egypt, 1550  -1070 BC
Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Shabti dolls were funerary figures in ancient Egypt that accompanied the deceased to the after-life. Shabti's name is derived from the Egyptian swb for stick but also corresponds to the word for `answer' (wsb) ... More

Scarab from Ruiu's Burial, New Kingdom, Egypt, 1550  -1070 BC
Outer Coffin of Tabakenkhonsu, Late Perod, Ancient Egypt, 664 BC - 332 BC
Scarab of Ramesses II, New Kingdom, Egypt, 1550  -1070 BC
Stela of the Overseer of the Fortress Intef
Inscribed Clam-Shaped Hammer, New Kingdom, Egypt, 1550  -1070 BC
Heart Scarab, Owner's Name Erased
Scarabs Inscribed for Neferure, New Kingdom, Egypt, 1550  -1070 BC
Fragments from a Book of the Dead
Scarab Inscribed with the Throne Name of Thutmose III
Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Worker Shabti of Nany, Upper Egypt

Shabti dolls were funerary figures in ancient Egypt that accompanied the deceased to the after-life. Shabti's name is derived from the Egyptian swb for stick but also corresponds to the word for `answer' (wsb) ... More

Stela of Senu Adoring Osiris
Fragment of a Ceremonial Cubit Rod
Scarab with the Throne Name of Amenhotep III
Scarab, New Kingdom, Egypt, 1550  -1070 BC
Scarab of Ramesses II, New Kingdom, Egypt, 1550  -1070 BC
Scarab Inscribed for Maatkare (Hatshepsut)
Scarab: Menmaatra (Sety I), New Kingdom, Egypt, 1550  -1070 BC
Scarab Commemorating the King's Marriage to Queen Tiye
Funerary Cone of the Scribe Amenemopet
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