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Amulet; in the shape of a scarab with gold mount and gold loops at each end

heiroglyphs on underside Tomb 27, Gurob Egypt MANU Unknown 18th dynasty Egypt From Tomb 27 at Gurob: Identified from plate XXII of "Gurob" - British School of Archaeology in Egypt. (No. 17). Most scarabs were used as seals and also were a cheap and common form of "charm" which everyone could afford and easily wear strung on a cord on their person. Most scarabs were made for the living. The small m…