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CATALOGUE
OF

Egyptian Scarabs, Etc,
IN

THE

BRITISH MUSEUM.
BY

H.

R.

HALL,

M.A.,

F.S.A.,

ASSISTANT IN THE DEPARTMENT OF EGVl'TIAN

AND ASSYRIAN ANTIQUITIES.

VOLUME

L

ROYAL SCARABS.

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This volume contains

full

descriptions of

2,891

royal Egyptian Scarabs,
of kings

Cylinder-seals, Seal-amulets, etc., on

which are cut the names

and

royal

personages
to the

who

flourished from the period of the First dynasty, about B.C. 4000,

end

of that of the

Ptolemies, about

B.C.

50.

These are
line

illustrated

by

1,518

full-sized

photographic
text.

reproductions
as

and

drawings distributed

throughout the

Taken

a whole,

this

Collection of Royal Scarabs,
in

which, however, only forms one-fifth of the Scarab Collection

the British

Museum,

is

the largest

and most important

in the world,
art.
is

and

is

invaluable to

the student of Egyptian history, religion,
is

and

The

interest of the
it

Scarab
ever

primarily religious

and

historical,

and

there

no evidence that
greater

was

used as currency, as some have supposed.
herein

The

number
years,

of the

Scarabs
not

published

have been acquired during recent
edited.

and

have

previously

been

The

descriptions

given

form the greatest mass of
available.

material for the study of this subject hitherto
attention has

made

And
in

special
6.°.,

been given

in the descriptions to

comparative archaeology,

in

the case of the important Scarabs found with

Minoan remains
Syria

Cyprus and

Greece, and
generally.

those

from

Mesopotamia,

Palestine,

and Western Asia

This volume
the

is

the

work

of

Mr. H. R. Hall, M.A., F.S.A., Assistant
in

in

Department.

I

have read

manuscript

Mr.

Hall's

descriptions

and

compared them with the
of stones

original objects.

The

identifications of the various kinds
to

used

in the

manufacture of Scarabs are due
of

Mr. L.
British

J.

Spencer, M.A., (Natural

Assistant in the
History).

Department

Mineralogy

in the

Museum

E.

A.

WALLIS BUDGE.

Department of Egyptian and Assyrian Antiquities, British Museum.
November
\2th, 1913.

CONTENTS

PAGE
1.

RovAL Scarabs and Seal-Amulets

I

II.

Cylinder-Seals

261

III.

Signet-Rings and Stamps

273

IV.

Ancient Impressions of Cylinders and Scarabs

••

...

286

V.

Miscellanea

293

VI.

Addenda

297

Index

305

INTRODUCTION.

1.

Description of the Objects and Scope of the Catalogue.
Ancient Egyptian

In the present Catalogue are described the Collections of

Cylinder-seals

and Scarabs, and

their

derived forms, the Scaraboids, Cowroids,

Plaques,

etc.,

which are preserved
:

in the British

Museum.

The Cylinder-seal
to take
its

So made as

to

be rolled over the

wax

or clay intended

impression.
:

The Button-seal
hang from a chain

A

small signet, intended to be strung as a

bead

or to

or necklace in exactly the
:

same way
the

as a

modern
beetle

" charm."

The Scarab
Sun-god.

An

amulet,

representing

sacred
of

{Scarabaeus

aegyptiorum or Ateuchus sacer), the type

and emblem

Khepera, the creator

This amulet was adapted

for

use as a seal, and not too large,

was
it

largely so

used

;

the signet being cut

on

its

base.

When
ring.

could be strung as

a bead or mounted as the bezel of a

The Scaraboid

is

" a modification of the Scarab, retaining the " Scaraboid

form and the engraved base of the Seal-scarab, while the back was either
absolutely plain or could be cut
forms, such as that of the
(if

of stone) or

impressed

(if

of faience) in various
forth.

head

of a negro, of a
"

cynocephalus ape, and so
of

The Cowroid
shape, originally
losing
all

is

a " cross

between a Scaraboid and a bead

lentoid

made

in imitation of the
It

form of a cowry-shell, but afterwards
inscribed

trace of this original form.

was

(m

imitation of a seal) in

the

same way
Plaques

as the Scarab
(in

and

Scaraboid.

the specially restricted sense of the appellation used in this
flat

Catalogue) are plaque-shaped amulets developed from the
in the

bead and inscribed
All

same manner as

the Seal-scarabs.

Various combinations of the Scaraboid and the Plaque are met with.

these derivatives of the Scarab partake of the nature of beads, as also does the

Scarab

itself

to a great extent, since all are perforated for stringing, and,

worn

as amulets, were usually strung with beads on necklaces, etc.
is

when Even the

Cylinder-seal

perforated in the

same way (though

usually

on a

larger scale),

so that

it

might be slung on a necklace.

When

intended not to be strung as

viJJ

INTRODUCTION.
was
still

a bead, but, as was often the case, to be mounted as the bezel of a signet-ring,
the Scarab or Plaque

always perforated, and was secured

to the ring

by means
all

of a metal wire passing through the perforation.

With

the exception
of the

of the larger Scarabs,

which were placed as amulets on the bodies

dead,

the

objects described in this Catalogue are thus either perforated in the
of

manner

a bead, or provided with some other means of being strung on, or

suspended from, a chain.

They

were, therefore,

all

originally intended to

be

worn upon
majority
of

the person.

The common bond between
them were intended
be used
the Seal.
,

these various objects
to

is

the

fact

that

the
to

be used as

seals,

or

were adapted

for that

purpose, or were inscribed and ornamented in

,

imitation of seals.

Thus the

Cylinder-seal was, originally, never

&

j.

intended to be anything else than a seal
originally a religious amulet,

;

while the Scarab,

was adapted to be used
to

as a seal, with the result that
etc.,

thousands of Scarabs and

their derivatives, the

Scaraboids, Cowroids, Plaques,

which were never intended
ornaments
of

be anything

else

than amulets, bore inscriptions or
seal.

a kind appropriate only to a
in

Other Scarabs not only

remained purely amuletic
characteristics of the seal.

nature, but also in form, taking on

none

of

the

The
and

connecting-link between the Cylinder-seal, or

Button-seal,
at
all, is

and

the Heart-scarab, which often bore
its

no

inscription or

ornament
the

the ordinary Scarab

derived forms, which were at once amulets
it

and
as

seals or imitations of seals.

This connection

is

impossible to sever
in

if

Scarabs are treated as a whole, so that objects as wide apart
the

nature and form
in

Cylinder-seal

and

the
is,

Heart-scarab must be described unique religious and

the

same

Catalogue.
only of
its

The

chief place

of course, taken by the Scarab, on account not
of
its

more common occurrence, but

artistic interest.

Of
of

all

the smaller productions of the Egyptian artists, the Scarab
characteristically Egyptian,
curiosity

was one

the

most

and

as such

was

greatly prized as a
In Palestine, Scarabs

among

the surrounding nations.

XI 1th dynasty and of all the later periods are found in tombs and on town sites. Sporadic specimens have occurred in Mesopotamia,' and some are said to have been found as far afield as Elam.^ In Phoenicia the Scarab was regularly imitated by the local craftsmen, and was acclimatized as an object of Phoenician art Phoenician Scarabs have
outside Lgypt.
,

.J

,,

of the

.

.

.

;

been found as

far

West

as Etruria,

and

at

Tharros

in

Sardinia.^

In

Cyprus

and

in

Greece the Scarab was, at an early period, imported from Egypt.
at Enkomi,''

A

Xllth dynasty Scarab was found

and

others are

known from

»

£.0.,

1556 1559.
in the British

^
^

Several Scarabs

Museum

Collection.
ff.

A. H. Smith, Catalogue of Gems, pp.
98.

13

4

.

INTRODUCTION.
Crete.'
In the time of the
of

ix

XVI

1

1th

dynasty, Scarabs and rings bearing the
Tii,

names

Amenhetep

III,

of

Queen

and

of

were prized by the

chiefs of

Mycenae,

of

lalysos in Rhodes,

Amenhetep IV (Khuenaten), and of Enkomi
In later

(Salamis) in Cyprus,^ and buried with them in their tombs.

days the

Scarab, introduced from Phoenicia, again became popular in Greece, and " throughout the sixth century the usual form of Greek seal-gem was the Scarab,
of

hard stone, with the designs on the base cut with the lapidary's wheel. ^
their designs

These

Greek Scarabs were Greek-made, and
are, therefore, not

were purely Greek.

They

included in the present Catalogue, from which the Phoenician

Scarabs found at Tharros are also excluded.

Of
his

course,

none

of the religious ideas that to the foreign

were
or

typified to the

Egyptian by

Scarab were

known

owners

makers

of Scarabs.

To them

they were merely curious objects, often beautifully

made

or of beautiful colour,

which might be used as seals

(if

the material of which they were

made was hard

enough), and undoubtedly possessed

them desirable

acquisitions.

some vague magic virtue which rendered With the dead man they were buried like the rest
and
its

of his personal possessions.

To

the moderns, the Scarab

congeners have also always been objects
religion or

of interest, either as

emblems

of

Egyptian

specimens

of the art of the

Egyptian craftsman, while

to

the archaeologist

and

historian they

have often

proved most useful as evidence.
II.

The Development of the Egyptian Seal-amulet.
is

The

oldest of the objects described

the Seal-cylinder, the earliest form the typical Babylonian

of seal in use in

Egypt.

It

was

of the

same form as
this

Cylinder-seal.
..

From

fact

has been

argued an

early

J

connexion between the Egyptian and Babylonian
but the validity of the argument
is

civilizations,
is

doubtful, as the Cylinder

found

in

influence of

Egypt used by the Pre-dynastic population, certainly before any foreign any kind can be traced in the country. As many of the earliest

Egyptian Cylinders are of wood,'* they
itself,

may

perhaps have originated

in

Egypt

were
1

and be derived from a piece of reed on which primitive ideographic signs cut. Very soon ivory ^ was used, and then the soft stone, steatite
;

Evans, J.H.S., XIV,

p.

326

;

Scripfa Minoa,

p.

136.

2

^

pos^ s.n., 1915. Walters, Art of the Greeks,
See
p. 192,

p.

209

;

A. H. Smith, Catalogue of Gems, pp.

1

5

ff

* Cf.

2595

(1st

dynasty).

One

of the oldest

wooden Cylinders
in

of the Early
is

Dynastic
British

Period was found at Museum (No. 49018).

Abydos by Mr.

E. R.

Ayrton

1909,

and

now

in the

^ The ivory Cylinder-seals from Hierakonpolis (Quibell, Hierakonpolis, I, PI. xv) date from the very beginning of the 1st dynasty, or shortly before it. An ivory Cylinder of the same period was found by Ayrton at Mahasna in 1909 (Predynastic Cemetery at el.Mahasna, PI. xxvii, 1). No. 2597 (Vth dynasty) is of ivory (p. xxix, post).

X

INTRODUCTION.
this,

and

unglazcd,

is

the

usual

material of most

of

the

Cylinders

of

the

earliest

dynasties that have survived.
utilized,

Under
usual.

the Vlth dynasty a hard blue

ceramic paste was

and
that,

also, occasionally,

copper or bronze.'

Under
rare

the

Xllth dynasty

steatite,

glazed blue,
is

was

One

of the finest

specimens of

the Seal-cylinder
of

known

made

of glazed steatite,

which bears the

name

Sebekneferu (Skemiophris), the queen regnant with
to

whom
and

the Xllth dynasty
of several of his of the king, with
in the

came

an end (2639).
Beloved
of the

Cylinders of

Amenemhat

III,

predecessors, are well known.
the addition "
of

Usually, they bear the

prenomen

Sebek, Lord of Khmunu," or some other place

neighbourhood
specially

Fayyum,

the province which the kings of this dynasty
quatrefoils,

favoured.

Complicated Cylinders occur, forming

which

could not have been used as seals, and show that the Cylinder-seal
to

become simply an amulet bearing
Antef V, Nub-kheper-Ra (2644),

the

name

of the king,

was beginning which was popularly
in alter:

considered to be of great magical protective power.
of

On

an elaborate Cylinder

we

see the figure of the king cut

nation with that of the god Sebek and in combination with protective symbols
this

Cylinder must have been an amulet pure and simple,

in spite of its size.

Under

the

XVIIIth dynasty Cylinders, both simple
:

seals

and amulets,

occur,

^

though they are rare

afterwards they practically disappear.

The

archaistic revival
It

under the Ethiopians and Saites brought the Cylinder

again into partial use.

was now

usually

made
by

of faience,

and not

of

much

practical utility as a seal.^

The Cylinder was
to

originally simply rolled

the

palm

of the

surface of the clay to be stamped.
the
last

A

picture of this primitive
in

hand over the method survived
to
is

(though

in

a misunderstood form)

the Egyptian hieroglyphic

system as the determinative sign of the word
"circle

.^hcn,

"

O

,

"repeat," to
to "roll

round

" (to

"come
and

full

circle").

The
in

idea of the

word

over
it

and over
rolling
is

again,"

for this

conception the symbol adopted was

Q

,

which,

has been suggested, simply represents
over the
flat clay.'*

a diagrammatic form the Seal-cylinder
is

That

it

is

an actual Seal-cylinder that

represented
actual seal

shown by only, and we
of

the fact that at
find
it

first

the sign

was used

to

mean an
This

used
"^
>

in this

sense in the inscription on the ivory box-lid
seal
of to

King Ten, [A r*wn
of the sign,

" golden
is

judgment."^

is

the oldest

example

and

there

no doubt as

what

it

Later on, the origin of the

symbol was

lost sight of,

was intended to represent. and it was taken to be

'

Cf.

2603 2605, and 2865.
2645,
of

2 3

E.g.

Amenhetep
II,

I.

2648 2651.
Royal Tombs,
p. 25.
;

" Petrie,
5

British

Museum No. 35352

Petrie,

Royal Tombs,

II.

PI. vii, 12.

,

INTRODUCTION.
a signet-ring
for the finger,

xi
this

with a rectangular bezel, and under

impression

it

was represented 'even as early as the lllrd dynasty,' protecting hawk or vulture which hovers above the
reliefs,

carried in the claws of the
figure of the king in wall-

or decorates the

ceilings

of

temples.

Also,
is

among

the jewels of the

Xllth dynasty from Dashur, the base of the
bezel.^
rings
It

Q

already represented as a seal-

was

not

till

the time of the

XXVIth

dynasty, however, that actual

were made

of this shape, in

pursuance of the (generally mistaken) archaistic

tendency of the time.^

At

the earliest period, the Cylinder-seal, besides being kept in a box,

was

also slung

on

or
its

suspended from a necklace and worn by
seal

its

owner, and the

necklace with
the custody

became

the sign of the royal official

and use

of the royal seal.

We

find this sign

who was charged with 9 oi ^^, showing the

two ends
the

of the necklace thrust through the perforation of the seal, as early as of

time

Perabsen (llnd dynasty).*

Later,

the

form 9' altered to Q,
setchau{t)

became
seal,"
^

the usual determinative
, ,

symbol

of the

words

and

khetem, " to

and ^--^ as .^-O became the sign of the official keeper of the seal (setchaufi), and is usually translated " treasurer." The simple method of rolling the Cylinder with the hand was soon improved upon by the invention of holders, so that the Cylinder could be used on the
principle of the

modern revolving
in

blotting-pad.

Two

Cylinders of the IVth and

Vth

dynasties

the

British

Museum

®

are

unperforated,

and instead

of

perforations have hollowed ends, evidently intended to be gripped by a metal
holder.

No

doubt perforated Cylinders were mounted
the

in holders
this

with a swivel,
in miniature,

and we have, under
in

XVI 11th
of

dynasty, a survival of
Cylinders
as
the

method,
of

the

swivel-mounting

small

bezels

finger-rings

(see p. xxxv).

Under

the later dynasties of the Ancient

Empire the perforation
the

of the

Cylinder-seal increased very

much

in size,

till

under the Vlth dynasty, the seal

was simply a hollow
'

cylinder

like

a

pipe.

Under

Xllth dynasty the

Quibell, Hierakonpolis,

I,

Pll.

xxxvi-xxxviii.

^

De Morgan,
The

Legrain, and Jequier, Fouilles a

Dahchour

1,

PI. xx, 29.

meaning " circle," " repetition," was no doubt taken to " ring," which was originally no ring at all, but the Cylinder he in the circular shape of the This is an interesting example of rolling and " repeating " its design upon the clay beneath. the way in which the meaning of signs was lost sight of and their form corrupted in the
^

significance of the sign as

course of centuries.
"*

Petrie,
I

Royal Tombs,

II,

PL

xxi, 164.

The ordinary word

for

"to seal" and "sealer"
Cf.

was
5

J

o

,

setchauti, at this time (Griffith, in Petrie,
for a " sealed " contract

loc. cit., p. 53).

2765.

The word

was

®

^^

Q

,

khetemt.

The word khetem

originally

means "to

close

up";

setchau{t), "to stamp," "impress";

^ ^^ Q
d

,

^^^'em,

" signet," only occurs in late texts, for " a seal,"
6

2596, 2597.
2

xii

INTRODUCTION.
the

seal-makers reverted to the small perforation characteristic of the earliest period.

Under

Old Kingdom a new form
Button-seal
of

of seal

came

into use in the
:

shape

of the

ivory
it

or

steatite

a circular signet, with a
It

,

this

was probably introduced into Egypt from the Aegean lands, where it was at time an usual form of seal, and where it developed in a way unknown
small ring above
for

suspension.

in

Egypt.

The
amulet,

place of the Button-seal

was soon taken by
of seal,

the Scarab, which, during
later

the Middle

Empire was the ordinary form
appeared,
it

and

was

the usual SealIt

it first

would seem,

at the time of the

Vlth dynasty.

used
dated to the

to be supposed that Scarabs bearing the names

of the

Pyramid-builders and other kings of the 1 Vth and Vth dynasties
really

age

of

these

monarchs

;

but

further

examination

and

comparison

of the types

has rendered inevitable the conclusion that the Scarabs
are,

of Khufu, Khafra,

Menkaura, and Unas, which are so well-known,

without

exception, of later manufacture.
Saite (though

The Scarabs
some

of the

Pyramid-builders are mostly

Menkaura

seals of the

XVI 11th

dynasty are not unknown), and
of the

those of Unas, curiously enough, are,

of them,

XlXth

dynasty.
is

The reason
found
in the

for the re-issue of

IVth dynasty Scarabs under the Saites
Period,

to

be

archaism of the

Sa'ite

was
cast

greatly

admired and generally

when the art of imitated. The names

the Pyramid-builders
of the great kings of

old were regarded as powerful protective charms,

and so were engraved broad-

The re-issues of the XVIIIth and XlXth dynasties are less readily explicable. The prenomen of Thothmes III, in its early form Men-kheper-ka-Rd, seems to have suggested to the Scarab-makers the names
on Scarabs.
'

of the ancient kings

Kheper-ka-Ra (Senusert

I)

and Menkara, and so Menkara's

name appears on Scarabs of Thothmes Ill's time.^ But the reason for the commemoration of Unas under the XlXth or XXI Ind dynasty^ escapes us.* The Scarab was originally a purely religious object, the emblem of re-birth
in the in the

Other World and of the god of " coming-into-being," Khepera.

Amulets

form of the Scarab-beetle were buried with the dead, and then were, by
for

a transition, adopted as magical protections
necklaces, side

the living,

and strung upon
that bore the

by

side with the small Cylinders

and Button-seals
of

names
'

or devices of the

wearer.

The

form

the

Scarab necessitated

a

2 3 *

As at Der 584 ff. 43 ff.

al-Bahari (Budge,

Book of

the Kings,

i,

p. 126).

The only reason

I

can suggest

is

that the

name

^^

I

\\

was confused with
Scarabs

that of

the god Osiris-Unnefer

^^

T

Ji

,

and

that the

issue of

the

may have been

connected wi'h the veneration of the early Royal Abydos under the XlXthXXIlnd dynasty.

Tombs

(including that of "Osiris") at

INTRODUCTION.
somewhat broad,
itself

xiii

flat

base upon which the insect could stand,
all.

if it

was

to

be

represented as standing upon anything at
as the field for the engraving of a seal,

This base naturally suggested
seal devices

and so

were cut upon
till

the originally funerary amulet of the Scarab, the

which henceforward

the

end

of

XVlllth dynasty was as much a

seal as

an amulet, and the most usual form

of seal.

The most

ancient Scarabs

known

are purely amulets,
in

and have no mark
at

of

a seal about them.
Sixth Dynasty.

One, a small ivory beede found
the excavations of the
.^

a Vlth dynasty grave during

Egypt Exploration Fund

Abydos

1910,

is

in the British

Museum

(No. 49336).

Blue glazed

steatite Scarabs, of

rude form and with roughly geometrical designs upon their

bases, occur contemporaneously with the Button-seals.
fine Scarab-seals

But the manufacture
to

of

does not begin

till

the

Xlth dynasty,

which period belongs
in

the Scarab of Aatshet,

consort of

Neb-hapet-Ra Mentuhetep,
bearing

the

British

Museum
„.'
,^

Collection

K.ingdoin.

No contemporary Scarab (60). Amenemhat 1, the first king of the XI 1th dynasty, (though his name was thus commemorated in later times),
the
v
=>

name of is known
but
j
i

with Senusert
the king's

I

the Scarab

i

o

i

comes mto

r

ii

full

vogue, and bears

prenomen

in various combinations, often of a fantastic character (75 95).

The
royal

Scarab-seals that bore the royal

name were

not necessarily the property of

the king or his officials, nor did they necessarily bear

any

ofhcial character.

The

name was now

inscribed

upon

the amuletic seal as

an additional magical

protection for the owner.

The names
and

of private persons

the addition of the signs

^^,
made

" deceased," to
to

were inscribed upon Scarabs, as on Cylinders, many of them shows that new
be buried with the dead, as the
original
in

Seal-scarabs were specially

Scarab-amulet had been, and could, naturally, serve as the dead men's seals
the next world.

The
a

inscriptions
of

new

style

were now often surrounded by a border of spiral decoration introduced into Egypt, about the time
Islands, with

volutes,
of

the
the

Xlth dynasty, from Crete and the Aegean
Egyptians had
the

whose inhabitants

now come

into contact.^

Very

often a spiral design occupies

whole base

of the Scarab, to the exclusion of

any

inscription.

These designs,

often
art of

combined with

lily-sprays

and

flowers, are not

seldom

beautifully cut,
skill

Scarab cutting

now developed

remarkably, especial

and the being shown by

the lapidaries in the

management of hard stones, while the glazes of the steatite Scarabs are of a brilliancy and beauty never equalled later, even under the XVIIIth dynasty. The form of the Scarab is carefully reproduced in a naturalistic
type

(A

1-2 in the subjoined

list,

p. xxxi),

while other types, more elaborate or

»

Hall, P.S.B.A.,

XXXI

(1909), p. 221

;

Ancient History of the Near East, pp.

40, 41.

xiv

INTRODUCTION.
insect

more conventional in treatment, reproduce the lines of the These types are described below (pp. xxx~xxxiv.) truly.

summarily but

The Scarab was now

often

mounted

in

a funda as the swivel-bezel of

a gold or electrum finger-ring (Eg.

^J

9

>

1|

Q

.

tchehat,

Copt.

Xtwfi.),

by means of a twisted spiral wire, which passed through the perforation of the Scarab, and was twisted up on either side round the ring like a spring (p. xxxv). More commonly, perhaps, This form of mounting continued in use always. Kingdom, the Scarab was not mounted, though it might have under the Middle
a gold plate fixed on
its

base

:

'

it

was simply

strung on a piece of thin gold

wire which formed a ring, not intended to be worn, but to be slung from a string
or chain, like a Cylinder or a
of

Button-seal.^
is

The goldsmith
more

s

work

of

the

Xllth dynasty Scarab mountings

beautiful than that of

some any

other period,
that
is

and
in
is

the combination of the arts of the lapidary

and

the goldsmith
carnelian,

seen

the golden Scarabs from

Dashur, inlaid with
ancient
art.

lapis,

and

felspar,^

unequalled

in the history of
first

The Heart-scarabs now
scriptions of the

appear, and, in accordance with the pre-

Book

of the Dead,'* are usually

made

of green stone (generally
in

a fine green basalt), and are mounted
often they are given
flatly cut.

gold rims.

Very

human

heads, or rather faces, rudely and

This

human

face

is

very characteristic of the Heart-scarabs of the

later

Middle Kingdom.

Towards the end of the Middle Kingdom the Cowroids, Plaques, and their other more or less Scaraboid forms of Seal-amulet, appeared, and extended greatly, the Cowroid being especially popular during the popularity Hyksos Period, and the Plaque at the beginning of the XVllIth dynasty. Both these forms were much in vogue till the end of the XlXth dynasty, and re-appear under the XXVIth. The Scaraboid with its back in the form of a negro's head now appears. It was apparently a development of the Middle Kingdom custom of givmg a human

^

'

head

to Heart-scarabs.

Neither the Cowroid nor the Plaque

had properly any amuletic

character,

except

when

it

bore the
all

name

of

a king or a god, but

in the time of the

XVI

1

1th

dynasty

these objects, the

specifically amuletic character of the

CyHnder included, had come to share the Scarab. They were now only used as seals
first

when hard enough
of

for the

purpose

;

during the

half of the

XVllIth dynasty

the usual form of seal

hard stone,
'

was a Scarab or Plaque, the latter usually brick-shaped, carnelian or jasper, mounted as the swivel-bezel of a ring. The
Jequier,

De Morgan,

and Legrain, Fouilles a Dahchour,

I,

PI. xix, 35, 37.

2 Ibid., PI. XX, 35,

48a.

3 Jbid., PI. XX, 35, 52.

Rubrics to Chapters

XXX, XXXb,

and LXIV.

1.

Steatite

Scarab in gold mount.

(Xllth

6.

Glazed
Blue

steatite

Scarab

of Ptah-mes,

a

Dynasty).
2.

high priest.

XVIIIth Dynasty.
steatite

Blue paste Scarab in gold mount. XVIIth Dynasty.
Blue
glass

Xllthmount.
Early

7.

glazed

Scarab,

in

gold

mount.
8.

XVIIIth Dynasty.
plaque

3.

Cylinder

in

gold

Blue

glass

of

Thothmes

III.

Xllth-XVIIIth Dynasty.
4.

XVIIIth Dynasty.
ring.
9.

Green jasper Scarab, on gold XVIIIth Dynasty.

Steaschist

bar

figures of crocodiles.

of Amlnhetep III, with XVIIIth Dynasty.
II.

5.

Blue faience Scarab of Queen Hatshkpset XVIIIth Dynasty. in gold mount.
11.

10.

Chalcedony Scarab of Rameses
Dynasty.

XlXth

Sard Hierakosphinx of Rameses

II.

XlXth Dynasty.

INTRODUCTION.
glazed steatite Scarabs were mounted in rings
also,
(cf.

xv

the Plate)

and used as

seals

when they were
to

well

made and
became

well glazed,

and so hard enough.
is

But the

fa'ience

Scarabs which

first

usual under this dynasty can never have
seals,

been hard enough

be used as actual

and

it

significant that

we

find

them
of the

first

appearing in numbers at

this time,

when

the purely amuletic character the Middle

Scarab was coming again

to the front.

Under
seal,

Kingdom
its

the

Scarab had been not only an amulet, but also a
the

whether
it

of the living or

dead

;

now, under the XVlllth dynasty,
an amulet only.
of
steatite

we

find

reverting to

original

position as

Thousands

and

faience Scarabs were

now made

for

use as

amulets and beads by the

common
in

were dedicated in temples by the pious fellahin}

name
of
British

of the reigning
III,

monarch

and necklaces and strings of them These usually bore the various combinations, and during the long reign
people,

Thothmes

millions of Scarabs bearing his

name were probably made
in

;

the

Museum

possesses

some hundreds
dynasty,

of

contemporary Scarabs

of this king.

The

style of the late
till

Middle Kingdom (Hyksos Period) continued

use in

Northern Egypt

the

XlXth

when Scarabs
often

direcdy imitated from
It

those of the

Hyksos were
Delta,
r^

made.
i

was

natural that

the Delta.

Hyksos should have continued r and have been resuscitated for a time under the XlXth dynasty which, with its Lower Egyptian connexions and its seat of government at Tanis, really renewed the tradition of the Hyksos kings.
,

^

,

the styles associated with the
in use in the
i

i

The
in the

naturalistic
this

type and the

South at

time (see below)

Delta the
dynasty.
In
J
.

new style of cutting which had come into use was no doubt of Theban invention in the Hyksos style continued, and probably many Scarabs
;

of that style -^

which are usually assigned
.

to the

Late Middle

Kingdom
Upper Egypt
of the

are really to be attributed to the

XVlllth dynasty.
preserved

the

Early

XVlllth
style,
3).

dynasty

type (C) which

something
for the

Xllth dynasty
type

new

naturalistic

(A

was abandoned in the reign of Thothmes III The later developments of this, and of the
list

various elaborate types, can be followed in the

on

p.

xxx-xxxiv.

Towards

the

end

of the

XVlllth dynasty another development much
seal.

restricted the use of the

Scarab as a

This was the invention

of the

solid Signet-ring.

The

seal-inscription or design

was

transferred from a

movable
PI.

1

Naville and Hall, Deir el-Bahari,

Xlth dynasty,

III,

pp.

13,

14.

On

xxv

I's

illustrated

an

original string of small

Scarabs and utchat-eyes, found

in the

rubbish overlying

the Mentuhetep-temple.

through
which,

it.

Sometimes a Scarab was found with a single little piece of string These were evidently the simple offerings of the XVlllth dynasty fellahin,
the shrine of Hathor at
sacristans on to a dust

when away by the

recovered by the

Der al-Bahari became too full of them, were cast heap in the older temple, where they remained until modern excavators. Some of the finest scarabs ever found came from the

Der al-Bahari dust heaps.

xvi

INTRODUCTION.
body
of the ring itself,

bezel to the

which was made continuous, and expanded
to take the signet.

into

a

flat

or slightly

convex oval bezel

Henceforward
bezels,

solid signet-

rings

were used as much as

rings with

movable

whether Scarabs or

Plaques.

Under
out in the

the

XlXth dynasty no development of any The spiral history of the Egyptian seal.
Kingdom, which had
'

interest

can be pointed

designs of the

Middle

survived

in
1

reduced
dynasty,

number

and

^
an
instant

degenerate
the

form

under the
II,

XVI

1th

revived for

in

time

of

Rameses

with
also,

the

annule-design,

which

became very

fashionable in his reign.

Here,

we can

see a return to the

ideas of the Middle Kingdom.

The
is

only interesting development that can be
the fashion of cutting the legs of the Scarabs

recorded after the

XlXth dynasty

quite free, so that the insect stands quite naturally

upon

its

base.

At

the

same

time the legs of the Scarab were often splayed and greatly exaggerated in size
(type M).

Under
naturalistic

the Ethiopians

and

Sa'ites, archaistic

Scarabs were

often of considerable interest.

The

spiral

ornament reappeared.

made which are The usual

type

(A
,

8)

is

frequently cut with the delicacy characteristic of the

work
Saite Period.
01 the
.,

of the time.

Archaism showed
mscribmg the owner
,.1

itself

also in the revival
^.^i

custom
it

^

01

t

u

'

s

j name and

titles

upon
the

the

Scarab-base,

as

if

were a

true
;

seal

:

not

since

the

middle

of

XlXth dynasty had

this

been done

ever since the time of

Scarab, but an occasional stone one intended for actual

Rameses II no use as a seal, had borne

anything but purely religious and magical scenes and inscriptions.

Archaism naturally brought the Scarab again into vogue as an actual seal, and the Phoenicians, as we have seen, spread their imitations of the Saite Scarabseals abroad as far as Sardinia (Tharros) and Greece, where the beetle-form took place among the native styles, and became quite an usual shape for a Greek

gem

(p. ix).

The Cowroid, too, which had been forgotten since the time of dynasty, was revived by the Saites, and they developed the Plaque
pretty
little

the

XlXth
and

into a very

Seal-amulet, generally of yellow jasper, with slightly convex faces

rounded ends.

The momentary
are usually fashioned,

revival

of

the

Cylinder has already been
of silver (instead of
in the

mentioned.

Signet-rings at this period are

commonly

bronze or gold) and

by a mistaken archaism,
time

form of the sign Q, which,

we have
form.

seen,

was

erroneously supposed to represent a ring.
for the first

signets (which

now

became

usual) are often

Even Stampmade in the same

After the end of the

made

at

all

in

Egypt.

XXV th dynasty the Seal-scarab suddenly ceased to be A reason for the sudden disappearance of the most
I

INTRODUCTION.
popular of
in
all

xvii

amulets

is

hard

to find,

it

is

certain that after having

been made
it

thousands during the sixth century,
j.
i i

in the fifth

and
\

later centuries

only

appears sporadically, and thereafter disappears, though the
Ptolemaic and

D D J Roman Periods.

r Meait-scarab and another torm
i

/

(p. vi-

xx) remain. y

i

In

mythology ^j j

i

i

and magic the efficacy and renown of the Scarab survived, to give rise to much speculation on the part of later writers, both pagan and Christian. As a movable seal bezel, only the stone Plaque survived and during the Ptolemaic and Roman Periods the most usual seal was the signet-ring, generally
;

of the ordinary classical types (see Marshall, Catalogue of Rings, pp.

22

ff.).

III.

The Scarab
little

Religious Significance.
or no religious or magical significance, the

While the Cylinder-seal had
Scarab proper was

a potent amulet, and probably one of the most ancient

religious

emblems
it

of

Egypt.
the

Ihe scarab,
J
,

faience
J

imitated

was

The beetle which in stone or emblem of the creating Sun-god,
Khepera,
originally

c

'

the

self-creator,

self-begotten,

a

deity

distinct

from Ra, the Sun-god of Heliopolis, and probably

belonging to an old indigenous solar cult of the Nilotes, distinct from the Ra-

worship that came to the Delta from the East.
Scarabaeus
of

The
it

peculiar habits of the

or

Afeiichiis

sacer^

had

drawn

to

the

wandering

attention

some primeval ancestor of the Ancient Egyptians, and the tiny beetle rolling

along his great ball of dung seemed to him to explain
Ball of the

how

it

was

that the great

Sun was

rolled across the sky.

The power

that propelled the sun
further

thus typified

by

the Scarab,
little

and

called Khepera,
it

and then a

was wonder
in

connected with the
the

beetle gave
Nilote.

a further signihcance of deep import
of the ball of

mind

of the primitive

Out

dung, according to the
time

general belief,

came
to

forth the small

Scarabs

when

their

came

to

be born.^
all

The

difference

between the male and female beetles was not evident, and
roll their

of

them seemed
1

dung-balls

;

the Egyptian ancestor therefore assumed,
of

The

latest observations

on the Sacred Scarabaeus are those
(1897), pp. 1-85.

M.

J.-H. Fabre,

Souvenirs Entomologiques,

V

(From information supplied to Dr. Budge

by the Hon. Walter Rothschild.) ^ This very ancient idea, which we find in Horapollo, has been shown to be totally erroneous by Fabre, loc. cii. The ball which is rolled along the ground by the Scarab is intended to serve simply as his food, and is eaten in the insect's burrow. The egg is laid by the female in a ball of dung, but this ball is of a special pear-shaped form, and is never seen above ground, the ball being prepared and the egg laid in the burrow. The dung is intended, of course, to be the food of the larva. The Egyptians do not seem to have had any idea of the metamorphoses of the insect, and no doubt thought that the Scarab issued from the egg as a tiny beetle. Horapollo's description (ed. Leemans, 1, 10), but for this and the
mistake about the dung-ball,
is

not bad.
C

xviii

INTRODUCTION.
the small Scarabs

when he saw
only,

coming out

of the ball, that the

Scarab was male

and

that he created his offspring without the intervention of a female, so

that they

came

forth

from the ball which he had made.
self-created evolved
itself

So the idea

that the

Creator of the Sun

was

in

the

mind

of the primitive

Egyptians, and thenceforward the Scarab
accretion of religious conceptions.

became

the centre of a steadily-growing

Since

it

was

avToysui]^, the

Scarab was also

/xoroye;^/)?,

and

in

Horapollo

^

we

find

it

cited as the

symbol

of /xovoyet-es.
^

This idea, connected with the fact

that the Scarab lays only

one egg,

Scarab being spoken

of as a

was taken by Christian writers to allow of the type of Christ, the " only-begotten " son of God,
or

and we even
Scarab."^
it

find our

Lord described as " the good Scarab,"
this

as

"

God's

may
in

be questioned whether
jj-ovoyerri^

was

not a slight misunderstanding,

and whether
thing as
it

the

word

means

in the case of our
:

Lord quite the same
he seems to use
it

does

Horapollo with regard to the Scarab

rather in the sense of "

born

of

one sole person,"
''

in this case the

male Scarab,

without the intervention of a female.

Another idea
rate in late times,

that
is

seems

to

have been associated with the Scarab,

at

any

that of personal resurrection.

We may

doubt whether the

earliest

Egyptians had associated with the Scarab any idea of
life

n Ithe Kesurrection
,,

renewed
world

upon

this earth.

that,

they hoped,

It was a new life in the Underwas assured to the dead man by the

placing over his heart of a stone image of the Scarabaeus-beetle, type and

emblem

of

life

ever renewing

itself

unaided, as

its

race

seemed
^

to beget itself
life

unaided and

to spring in multitude

from the revolving

ball,

fosterer of their

'

Horapollo, ed. Leemans,

I,

10.

^

This

is

the fact.
in

The female Scarab
in h'.s

' "

Scarabeus
St.

cruce

of

Our Lord by
I).

Ambrose

lays only one egg. bonus scarabeus qui clamavit e ligno," are phrases used exposition of St. Luke's Gospel (Budge, The Mummy^
erigit
rj

p. 233, n.

"

Bonus scarabeus, qui de stercore
fj

pauperem," also occurs.
rj

*

Moz'oyei'e? he hrjXovi'Teq,
/j,ev

yeveaiv,

>)

Trarepa,
vtto

Koafxov,

clvSpa, KiivOapov ^(oypacfjouaf
Kvocj}opovp.evoi>'
fiorij

IxQvoyeve^
ysi'ec7i<i

on

avToyevei; earl

to

^wop,

dijXela^

/j.i]

yap
Be^

avTov, loiavTri earii'
/jloi'ov TTCiTpcK! Tijv

yeveaiv

Be, Sia ti]p irpoeiprjfiiiriv alriav'

iroTepa

OTi eK
^

yspecTiv e^£t 6 KuvOapo^.
first in

The

description in Horapollo of the small Scarabs appearing
,

water (ai'oi^a?
vSari,

(sc. o

apaiiv KLipOapo^) tPjv a<balpav, etV vScop /SiiWei

Jys"

ai'oiyofievr]'; ev t(o

^€ia efepYSTaf, rovTeartr ot KcipOapoi), is in

accordance with

fact

Fabre has shown that

the perfect insects break out from their dung-balls

more

easily after rain, or
;

when

there

is

water on the ground, as the balls are softened by the wet when it is very dry the insect often never succeeds in emerging, but perishes in the ball which was provided for its sustenance in its maggot-stage. After a little rain, or near a stagnant pool, the ground is sometimes seen covered by the young Scarabs that have been able to get out. No doubt this phenomenon of the constant association of the young Scarabs with water was taken by the Egyptians as a further analogy with Khepera, the self-creating sun, born of the primeval
a
little

waters, Nu.

'

INTRODUCTION.
as the revolving sun-ball fostered the
life

xix
that w^ith the
in the

of

man.

So they prayed
just

help of the Scarab over his heart the dead

man

might find

judgment

Hall of
to him,

Double Truth," that the Powers
that the result of the
of the

of the

Underworld might not be
Heart
in the

hostile

and

Weighing

of his

presence of the
of

Guardian

Balance might be satisfactory.

In the latter

days

Egypt

this

of just judgment and renewed life in the Underworld seems to have become confused with a foreign idea (perhaps of Indian origin ?) of renewed life upon this earth, which again was confounded by the Christians with their idea of the resurrection of the actual body at the Last Day. As we have said, we find " the Scarab, and the Scarab as His in Christian times Our Lord spoken of as

hope

emblem.
Since
it

was a

seal as well as

an amulet, the Scarab became
of the

identified with
forth,

various superstitions anent the
the

power

man's Name, and so
are very

and

inscriptions

upon many Scarabs

interesting as

testimonies to the influence of this
stitions

and other kindred superGenerally speaking,
less as

over the mind of the Egyptian.
to

after the

Ramesside Period, the small Scarab seems

have been regarded
all

a seal than as an amulet which would protect the owner against

kinds of

harm

same time, if inscribed suitably, procure him any and every blessing. So a god is prayed upon a Scarab to " open a happy year " for its owner. Women wore Scarabs which bore prayers for the blessing of a child men Scarabs that prayed for them that their names
in this life as well as the next,

and

at the

;

might be stable in the land and

their

houses endure.

Pious pilgrims, too, wore

Scarabs that promised them a happy journey to Amen's glorious fane at Karnak,
or proudly

proclaimed the eternity of Memphis, the
are most invoked

city of Ptah.

Of

all

the gods.

Amen

and Ptah

upon

the Scarabs to extend protection to the

names of Bast and of Khensu, the young god popular among and Mut, Buto, Isis, and the common people, was also most potent as amulets Harpokrates appear the latter couple more by the presentment of the Mothergoddess with her child than by their written names. The name of Osiris, the god of the dead, appears rarely, his figure never, on the small Scarabs. And
wearers, but the
;

:

this is significant of

the fact that the ordinary small Seal-scarabs

were primarily
appears
only.

designed
in

for the protection of the living, not of the

dead.

Osiris only
for the

person upon the great Heart-scarabs that were intended

dead

The supposed
very clear to
us.

relation of the

Scarab to the Heart
life,

of a

man

does not seem

Perhaps the heart, as the seat of
his

connected with the Creator-god Khepera and

was regarded as specially emblem the Scarab, the symbol
In the

'

Yet, quite early, Osiris

is

identified with the Scarab.

Pyramid Texts (Unas,
of

1.

477) the Osiris
seat

empty
for

Unas a duck, he hovers over (or, on the Boat of Ra." But this is only because " he sits on the seat the nonce he is identified with Ra-Khepera.

" fhes as

ahghts) hke a Scarab in the

Ra"
C 2

(1.

478)

;

XX
of " comlng-into-being "

INTRODUCTION.
and
of existence generally.
of the

In

any

case, the Scarab
of the

was

ritually

connected with some
the

most important Chapters
to

Dead, which were believed

save the
,

life

of the

Book of dead man

,, and the Heart.
,
,

in the next world,

which was the
formulae.

notably the all-embracing Chapter LXIV, ^ „ r V qumtessence oi all the magical protective

The Rubric
it

of

this

Chapter and

of

Chapters

XXX

and

XXXb

prescribe that

shall

be said over a Scarab of basalt or green stone, set in an

electrum or gold mount or rim, which shall be placed in the heart of a man, after
the

ceremony

of the "

Opening

of the

Mouth

"

has been performed.
in the

This Heart-

scarab, one side of which

was sometimes fashioned
of

form of a heart, was

usually placed over the place of the heart, on the breast of the

mummy.

On

the
fine

base was the necessary Chapter of the Book

the

Dead.

We

have a

specimen

of a royal
finest

Heart-scarab

in

211.

Those

of the

Middle Kingdom are
'

perhaps the

and most

interesting.

We

have already mentioned

the
face,

peculiar custom of providing the Heart-scarabs at this time with a

human
it

which

later

developed
is

into the " negro-head "
at all times
its

back

of

many

Scaraboids.
is

The
often
the

Heart-scarab

met with

down
is

to the latest.

In later times

made
shape

of faience.
of

Sometimes

place

taken by an amulet

entirely in
it,

a heart, possibly with a

human
Under

head, and with, cut upon

a repre^

sentation of the bcnmi-bird, the sacred crane of Heliopolis, " the soul of Khepera,

whose emblem was
scarab
is

the

Scarab.

the Saites

and even

earlier, the

Heart-

often provided with detachable wings, fastened
it

by

thread,

and someupon the

times one finds

as the centre of a pylo -shaped pectoral, placed

mummy's
In

breast.

the Saite

and Ptolemaic Periods we

also

meet with a small Scarab
it

(type N), purely amuletic in character, and without inscription of any kind, as

has no base on which to put
pension.

it.

Instead of the base

is

a small ring for sus-

Museum,^ exhibited exactly as they were found, we find this base-less Scarab was put over the throat of the mummy, while a Seal-scarab, with base, was placed with a model signet-ring (all are made of faience), below its left shoulder the shoulder
In a very interesting set of funerary amulets in the British
:

over which the scribe usually carried, slung, his writing materials.

As

a divine object the Scarab was figured

in the guise of

Khepera often
beetle alone

in

the Papyri of the

Book
is

of the

Dead, and on the walls

of

tombs and temples.
is

Sometimes Khepera
'

a Scarab-headed man,'* at

others the

Page
See

xi

•.

^

Birch,

Catalogue of Egyptian Antiquities at Alnwick Castle,

p.

224.

The

Heart Chapters

of the

Book

of the

Dead

are

XXVI, XXVII, XXVIIl, XXIXa, XXIXb.
23,

XXXa, XXXb,
No. 20577, found on body D, Exploration Fund, 1887.
3

Tomb

Tell

Nebsha.

Presented by the Egypt

4

Vignette of Chapter

CX

(Budge, Book of the

Dead 2

(1909), p. 331).

INTRODUCTION.
shown
set

xxi

as an object of adoration.'
in

Gigantic stone Scarabaei were sometimes
is

up

the temples.

A
ft.

well-known specimen
It is

in

the

British
5
ft.

Museum
in length

(No. 74).

Images of the
y^

2

Scarab.

9

an oval
Scarab
set

plinth

...
in. in

of green granite,

and measures
in.

height

and 2

ft.

10

in width,

it

stands on

beneath which

is

a square pedestal with bevelled

edges, the whole being monolithic.
is

There
It

is

no

inscription.

Probably the

of late (Saite or Ptolemaic) date.

was,

in all probability, originally

up

at
it

Heliopolis, but

was brought by Lord
in

Elgin

from Constantinople,
smaller Scarab of
the

whither

had no doubt been taken
with
II,

Roman times.
(No.
in

A much
It
1

trachyte,

an

inscription,
in

mostly obliterated,
1231).

containing

name

of

Rameses

is

also

the

Museum
ft.

stands on an oblong
ft.

base and the whole measures 2

length

by

in height.

A

fine

monumental Scarab
being monolithic as
his

same kind, mounted on a high pedestal (the whole before), was found by M. Georges Legrain in the course of
of the
It

excavations at Karnak.

bears a long inscription of the

New

Kingdom.

The Scarab was used
and other inscribed
stones.

in
^

Gnostic iconography, and appears on Gnostic gems

IV.

Historical Importance of Scarabs.
History.
directly

Its

The second main interest of the Scarab is its relation to Egyptian by no means rare importance as a historical monument springs
from
its

religious

role.

Of
1

all

magical
the
i-

protections

against

owero
K-ing
s

e
^^jj^

Name.

^^^
1

^^ ^j^^ rnost potent
..

was

name
them

of the reigning
ii
i

king, the

» ^ Good God who
a>
1 1

at his accession rose like the

sun amid the acclamations of
least) as a

his subjects,

and

ruled over

(in

theory at

benehcent

deity, giving

them

life.

Therefore the royal

name appears

so

commonly upon

themselves that their

Modern owners of these objects usually flatter Scarabs with the names of monarchs engraved upon them
Scarabs.

actually belonged to these monarchs.
certain that this

With

the exception of a

few cases,

it

is

was

not so.

The name

of the king

who was

reigning at the

time they were

made was placed upon Scarabs merely
Thothmes
III,

as an amulet, just as

the names of actual gods were placed upon them, including those of deceased

kings (like Menkaura,

or

Amenhetep

III)

who

long after their

deaths had attained the rank of demi-gods in the popular pantheon.

'

Vignette of Chapter

XXX.

In

the

Vignette of Chapter

XXXVI

Nekht-Amen) we see was regarded as evil.
both Vignettes
2 in

the Scarab confused with another kind of beetle, the apshait_
In the

(Papyrus of which
is

Papyrus

of

Nekht the

correct form of the apshait

given (see

Budge,

loc. cit., p. 161).

British

Museum,

G

455,

G

483

;

Budge, The

Mummy,

p. 253.

xxii

INTRODUCTION.
This inscribing of royal names upon Scarabs
is

of

importance

when we

find,

as sometimes happens, that the only evidence for the existence of an obscure

king
jj
J..

is

the

occurrence of his

name upon

a Scarab.

This

evidence from Scarabs bulks largely in our only available

knowledge

of

the

numberless ephemeral monarchs of the
to

Hyksos

Period,

many

of

whom seem

have

left

no other record of

their

names upon Scarabs.^ It is obvious that such evidence must be used with caution, the more so since the Egyptian Scarabmakers had a curious (and, for the historian, inconvenient) habit of very often putting upon their Scarabs names, not of actual monarchs who had ever lived, These imitation royal names ^ have often but of purely imaginary rulers. deceived the too trustful historian. They are most common upon Scarabs of the
existence than the inscription of their
Sa'ite

Period

(XXV

I

th dynasty), and, although the fact

is

not certain,

it

seems

improbable that the practice had become

common

so early as the time of the

Hyksos.

So that we can be
of the

fairly sure that,

with few exceptions,^ the regal

names upon Scarabs
of

Hyksos

Period are really those of actual

monarchs.
the

Scarabs, too, are sometimes important as recording events.

At

dawn

Egyptian
IS

history,

we

find the kings of the

1st

dynasty commemorating the

events of their reigns upon small tablets of
orica

wood

or ivory,

which were buried with them.
CyHnder-seals
are

It

may

be, too, that

on

their

sometimes

inscribed

records

which

we

cannot read

;

certainly

upon

the Cylinders of the

Old and Middle Kingdoms
specially certain
in the reign
like.

are sometimes engraved inscriptions that
religious acts, such as the
of

seem

to

commemorate

founding of temples and the
that a

And

Amenhetep

111

we hnd

number

of large

Scarabs (1713-1722 and 2868)
of the king s reign

were made, on which were inscribed commemorative records

and

that of his great queen, Tii

;

such as his marriage with the foreign princess

Gilukhipa, his slaying of Hons in Mesopotamia,

Egypt, and his making of the great lake of
at

and hunting of wild cattle in Zarukha (the modern " Birket Habu")
barge Tehen-Aten (" the sun-disk

Thebes
").

for

Queen

Tii to sail

upon

in her

blazes

Wild Cattle " Scarab are known, and No. 2868 (No. 51084 of the British these are both in a private Collection." Museum Collection) is unique, and is now first published. Its issue was probably
Only two specimens
of the "

connected with the king's temple-building

at Sulb (Soleb)

and Sadenga

in

Nubia,

at and the mention of the Aten or Sun-disk may Sadenga began in the reign of Amenhetep III. No doubt other large Scarabs commemorating other events were also made at the orders of Amenhetep III,

show that the Aten-worship

but have not
1

come down
"

to us.

These

truly " historical "

Scarabs are of course

239 288.
See the Section
Imitation Royal
is

2
'
"•

One of
That

these exceptions

the

Names," 2557-2594. name " Aa-m-neter" and its variations.
at

(2559-2576.)

of the

Rev.

W. Macgregor

Tamworth.

INTRODUCTION.
much
to larger than the ordinary Scarabs, being of the
;

xxiii

same

size as the funerary

" Heart-scarabs"

there

is little

doubt that they were issued by the royal orders

commemorate events

in exactly the

same way as a modern medal,

to

which

they are absolutely analogous.

We

obtain hints of historic events even from the ornamentation of the

little

Amulet-scarabs,
ideographs.

when one

is

able to discern the symbolism of the pictures

and

Thus,

in the conflict

between the
of the

lion

and

the crocodile

upon the
desertin the

Hyksos Scarabs we may perhaps see kings and the native Egyptian princes
Crocodile

typified the struggle

between the

Xlllth dynasty,

who

dwelt

Nome

of the
too.

Fayyum and worshipped

the crocodile-headed Sebek.

In other

ways,

Scarabs contribute to our knowledge of history.

For

instance, a single Scarab in the British
of
„ hvidence from Scarabs
.

Museum

proves the actual existence

an important
.

Hyksos king who had been relegated by
For a second instance,

,

critics to

^ single

iic i-i re-worked Scarab in the

the realm of religious fable.'

Museum sheds hght same a/t
of

iiri
left

upon
Thothmosid kings
for the

the much-disputed

question of the succession

the

of the

XVlIlth dynasty.^
of

The importance,

too, of

Scarabs
out

dating of objects with which they are found must also not be

of account.

The evidence
than

Scarabs
is

for this

purpose must, of course, always
a Scarab

be used with caution, as there
considerably older
the
for

always a

possibility that
it

may be
been

objects

with which
previously.

is

found,

having

preserved as an heirloom
apparently
all

some time
in

But

when

a set of Scarabs,
probabilities are

of

one date, are found
are of the

an untouched tomb, the

that the contents of the

same date. Thus, in Greece, the Egyptian tomb Scarabs found with the objects of the " Mycenaean " Period bear the names or are almost exclusively of the age of Amenhetep 111, Tii, and Khuenaten.^ This is good evidence that these Mycenaean antiquities date to all intents and purposes to about 1400 B.C. And this evidence is confirmed when we consider that, though later imitations of Scarabs of Amenhetep 111 are known, since they were made for a religious reason under the Sai'tes (Amenhetep
having been regarded then as a popular deity), no
of
later imitations of

Scarabs

Queen Tii are known, nor is it hkely that they were ever made, since she was not deified and no later commemoration of the arch-heretic Khuenaten, whose name had been anathematized and forgotten, is conceivable. So in
;

this
fact.

case

we have
their

Scarabs that are good evidence of a very important
all

historical

And

evidence has been confirmed by

the rest of

what we know
in the

as to the date of the "

Mycenaean

'

antiquities.

In this particular instance Scarabs

have played a very important part
in

work
ated
1

of reconstituting lost history,
their

and

other instances which could be enumer-

evidence has been useful

for the
2

determination of important points.
550.
3

Aa-pehti-Ra Nubti, 301.

See

p. ix.

xxiv

INTRODUCTION.
V. Artistic Interest of the Scarab.

The

third

main

interest of the objects described in this

Catalogue

is artistic.

In Egyptian art the Scarab holds
in the art of Greece.

much

the

same place

as the coin, or gem,

As

the

gem and

coin are microcosms of Greek
of

art,
its

so

the

Scarab

is

a microcosm of the

art

Egypt.

The
;

processes of

manufacture were
the
i

The Scarab
.

typically ,

Egyptian

the

glazed steatite or
i i

faience of
t

in Art.

,

which

i

i

it

was

usually
.

ii

Egyptian materials.

made were The cutting
tomb

the most characteristic oi
of

the beetle-figure

itself

shows sometimes a faithful naturalism worthy of the
representations of animals

artists
:

who

painted the
of

and

insects in the

frescoes

sometimes a power

conventionalization not unworthy of the art that produced the Prudhoe lions from

Gebel Barkal.
(or
its

And

in the

ornamentation of the base,

in the cutting of the signet

imitation on the purely amuletic Scarabs),

we may

see

all

the excellences

and

all

the defects of Egyptian
:

art.

Some Scarabs

are

most beautifully and
of work.

carefully cut

others exhibit the coarsest

and most scamped

On some

we

see scenes of kings striking

down enemies
to

(1108), careering in the chariot over

the bodies

of the slain, in pursuit of lions (1116), or

being carried

in a

palanquin on
;

the shoulders of courtiers

and fan-bearers

worship the gods (1099)

miniatures,

whether good or bad,

of the great sculptured scenes

on the temple

walls, executed

within the compass of an oval space half-an-inch long.
Scarab-cutter

On

others, the inferior

was unable

to

produce even a bad

imitation of the sculptures,

or anything but the roughest of pictures, the rudest of hieroglyphs.
of

The
of

majority

Scarabs are neither very good nor very bad
style, cut in

in

workmanship

an ordinary

conventional

a very easy material, steatite or steaschist.

The

fine

Scarabs of hard stone, well cut with the lapidary's wheel, are naturally rare.

Those

that

have survived are among the most beautiful products
the development
of

of

Egyptian

art.

To
spiral

trace

the

Scarab and

its

ornament,
their
offical

from the
beautiful

elaborately conventionalized seals of the
patterns
or

XI 1th dynasty with
their priestly

the

finely

cut legends of

or

owners,

through the fine designs of the
blue faience amulets of the
the

XVI
art
;

1

1th
is

dynasty

to the delicately-glazed pale

XXVlth,

one

of the
less

most

interesting studies in
is

whole realm

of

ancient

and not

interesting

the attempt to

make

out the influence of the long series of Egyptian Scarab styles
"

upon the

" small art

of the surrounding nations.

VI.

The Materials of
of

Scarabs, Cylinder-seals, etc.
of

Of the actual process
in the

manufacture

Seal-amulets

we have

relics

shape

of unfinished Scarabs.

At

Athribis, in 1907,

were found Scarabs

of

steatite in various stages of

manufacture which are

now

in the British

Museum.

INTRODUCTION.
The
(or,
first

xxv
steatite

used and always the most generally-used material was a
steaschist),

more
.

properly,

a

soft

grey

schistose

stone

(silicate

of

c

often laminated.

magnesium) resembling, but not so This stone, which
of

soft as, soapstone,
is

and

found also

in Greece,

was

early used

by the craftsmen

both countries

for the

easy making of vases

and other objects for which stone was advisable, and among these the inscribed or ornamented seal was naturally numbered from the beginning. The natural
colour of the stone
of

a dark hue.
, ,

was usually a greyish-white, though sometimes it was found The light natural colour never seems to have commended
itself

_,

Blackened.
nia

to

the Egyptian
at
r,

artists,

and from
,

the beginning they
, ,

it,

iirst

by a black smoke-pigment, which
or green glaze.

,,

,

is

usual
later

,

on the

steatite Cylinder-seals of the earliest period

(and sometimes recurs

on Scarabs),

then, later on,

by a blue

The
1st

art of glazing

been invented
but

at the

beginning of the

had dynasty, and was
of stone or

probably applied to stone almost as soon as to pottery,

we do
till

not find

any glazed Cylinders
of the

or other seals,

whether

pottery,

about the time
material

Vth dynasty. and lasted

After that time the use of
till

the

glazed

was seen

that the glaze

became was a

the rule,

the end.

No
by

doubt

it

protection to the soft steatite, which
of a

itself

would
cause.

quickly have

worn down in the case
1st

much-used seal

;

on many of the unglazed
illegible

Cylinders of the

dynasty the legends are almost
not easily chipped
in

from

this

The

firing

necessary for the fixing of the glaze also had a hardening effect upon

the steatite, which

was now

and even

at the present day,
brittle

when

the outer glaze has

decomposed

most cases, remains a

substance

resembling,

and

easily mistaken for, ivory.

The

characteristic

Egyptian glazed pottery, or faience, was used
the time of the

for the

Vth dynasty. Until the time of the making of Cylinders from XVII th dynasty, however, it was rarely used for Cylinders or blue and green faience Scarabs. In the reign of Thothmes Scarabs become usual, and in that of Amenhetep III, when objects of brighdyI I

much in vogue, they are perhaps as common as those of steatite. Under the XlXth dynasty this popularity of faience continued, though The colours degenerated, and faience Scarabs were commonly cast in moulds. the fashion of cast result of this process was usually coarse and ugly, and Scarabs went out under the XXth dynasty, when, also, faience was less commonly It was revived again, with a delicate light blue glaze, under the Saites. used. To use a faience Scarab as a seal was obviously difficult, as the material was
coloured glaze were
too easily breakable.

And
had

it

is

significant
I

that

we
its

only find

this

material

generally used from the time of the XVII th dynasty, when the amuletic

character of the Scarab
the Xllth dynasty,

practically extinguished
still

use as a seal.
seals,

Under

when Scarabs were

regarded as

though they were

d

xxvi

INTRODUCTION.
company with
more usual on
fire

amulets as well, the hard glazed steatite was universally used, in

hard stones that needed no glazing.

The

preservation of glaze

and colour

to

faience than on steatite Scarabs.

When

the

modern times glaze had gone,

is

the faience object
of

speedily crumbled away, while that of steatite, hardened by the
glazing, survived.

the

So we have many
blue glaze of

steatite Scarabs of which the glaze has

faded entirely or disappeared (leaving an ugly brown or white surface), but few
faience ones.

The

many

Scarabs has turned with time to white,

the green glaze to brown.

The

use of faience

was accompanied by
is

that of a

homogeneous

paste,

usually blue throughout, rarely green.
3. Paste.

This appears already under the Old
it

Amenhetep
paste
in
is

II,

was commonest under the XVllIth dynasty from the reign of Amenhetep to that of and again from the XXlInd to the XXVlth dynasty. The earlier
Kingdom, but 3
'

then rare.'

1

lighter in colour

and harder than

the later,

which

easily disintegrates,

and

Greece the imported Saite Scarabs of

this material,

which are often found
manufacture
of

there,

have usually suffered greatly from damp, and show almost
Stones harder than steatite were early utilized
for the

illegible inscriptions.

of Seals. of

We
4.

have Cylinders
Stone.

of

coarse

granite

bearing
• •

the

names
/
i

kings
\

the

Hard

Vth dynasty (2596, 2600-2601); and one

of the
i

Vlth dynasty

m
.

,

the glass-hard material

i

.

i

i

calcite (natural

i

glass;

i

is

known.

Also under the Vlth dynasty

we

find Button-seals of carnelian,

which was much

in

vogue then

for the

manufacture

the Xllth dynasty the idea of utilizing the really

Under hard stones spread, and the
of small amulets.

splendid Egyptian amethyst
the manufacture of Scarabs.
like the

amethyst beads, are

of this dynasty.
it

was first brought into service for Most of the amethyst Scarabs, Usually the base was unmscribed,
and amethyst Scarabs with conIt

the intention being to cover

with a gold plate on which the inscription could
absolute,

be marked

;

but

this

rule

was not
their

temporary inscriptions cut on

bases are not unknown.

was, however,

not unusual to leave the gold plates also without inscription.

With amethyst,

the beautiful green felspar or " mother-of-emerald," the dark

green jasper, the very hard green basalt, and the even harder obsidian, also
into fashion.

came

Scarabs of these materials are very character-

Green
*

Felspar.

-^^-^

^f

^^^

xillth dynasty.

Under

the

XVI

1

1th

dynasty

amethyst and obsidian went out of fashion
< <

entirely, their place
for

r\i

Obsidian.

•!•

being taken by carnelian, which, however, was used more & j

Cowroids than
characteristic of the

for

Scarabs.

The

carnelian

Cowroid

is

as

XVlIIth dynasty as the amethyst Scarab is of the Xllth. Jasper was unfashionable for the greater part of the XVIIIth dynasty, while
'

Cylinders of Pepi,

2603-2604.

INTRODUCTION.
basalt
of

xxvii

went out

of use

and was not revived
at

till

a late period.

Towards

the

end

the

XVllIth dynasty,

the

same time

that bright yellow, purple,

and

became popular, a bright yellow jasper, which had not previously been used, came into fashion for a time, and was followed under the XlXth dynasty by red jasper, which also had not previously been used. Red stones were popular under the XlXth and XXth dynasties, sard was commonly used, and carnelian took an extended vogue. Green jasper was revived, and such unusual stones as crystal, which had been rarely used under "'*'""• the Xllth dynasty, appear. Chalcedony, so commonly used
chocolate glazes

was not much admirea by the Egyptians. Lapis-lazuli, on the other hand, which was used for Button-seals and Scarabs under the Middle Empire, though rarely, became Lapis-Iazuli. v/v/ very popular later, and alter the XXth dynasty was almost the only hard stone used, with the exception of basalt (which was revived later under the Saites) and, occasionally, green jasper. Under the Saites, lapis was
i
I

Chalcedony.

P^

*

in

m m Plate, No.

Mesopotamia
rv\
i

for the
is

manufacture
:

U),

but

rare

apparently

i

of Seals, occurs (2109, j
i i

it

,

,

i

r

i

i

i

i

very usual.

Malachite was no doubt used

for the

making

of

'

.

Scarabs as early as the time of the Middle Kingdom, but
actual

examples
is

of

it

are
to

turquoise, the true mafkat of Sinai,

known

and only one Scarab of me (2169). Under the XVII 1th
rare,

dynasty glass Scarabs imitating mafkat were common, so that turquoise as well
as
its

matrix malachite

may

often have

been used.
till

Granite, diorite,

and basalt were used

the Ptolemaic Period for Heart-

scarabs and the small scarabs of type

N

(pp. xx, xxx).

The

red porphyry,
rarely used.

which was so much admired during the
In
seal than for the seal
It

Roman

Period,

was very

Egypt the metals were more commonly used
itself,

for the accessories of the

and

this

usage naturally extended to the Seal-amulet.

was

the ring in which the Scarab
itself

was mounted
of gold,
silver,
is

rather than
or bronze.

the Scarab

that

was made

Nevertheless, exceptions occur,

and

at all periods.

A

gold seal

mentioned
were used

under the

1st

dynasty.^
;

A

copper or bronze Cylinder

of

Pepi

I

is

in the British

Museum
_,

(No. 5495

2605).

Gold and electrum, more

rarely silver,

under the Xllth dynasty to plate the bases
Llectrum.
in

of amethyst, obsidian, or jasper

Scarabs, but to

make

the whole insect of a precious metal
i
•[

was

unusual.

i

vz

^ t^" \ Yet specimens are known, once (at Uashur)
"

combination with splendid inlay of

lapis,

felspar,

and

carnelian.

One can
dynasty,
in

well imagine that in the opulent period of the close of the

XVI

1

1th

when,

in the

words

of the envious

Mitannian

king, " gold

was

as the dust

Egypt, Scarabs of gold were not uncommonly to be seen.

And

under the

XlXth

dynasty,

when

friendly relations with the Hittites of
'

Asia Minor had

See

p. X,

antea.

d

2

xxviii

INTRODUCTION.
Egyptians
to

afforded the

ceased
.

be the

rarity in

and silver had previously been, we can suppose that silver Scarabs may have been made. But, naturally, of these hardly any have survived the perishable nature of
freer

access to the Anatolian silver mines,
it

Egypt that

;

silver,

even

in

Egypt, has, no doubt, been responsible
silver jewellery.

for the
it

disappearance
not probable

of

much Egyptian
Scarab-seals

In

any

case, however,
of

is

that
this

were

ever

commonly made

the

precious

metals

at

period

of the

we have many gold and even several silver Signet-rings of the end XVI 11th dynasty which show that the metal seal was usually made in the
:

form of the Ring-signet, not
of the Saite Period,

in that of the

Scarab-amulet.

The same
(silver

holds good

when

silver Signet-rings

were

common

having then

modern nearly approached was by far
its

dynasty

;

whereas, under the XI 1th dynasty it and more valuable metal of the two). Bronze rings were common from the end of the XVllIth before that they had been unknown. The copper or bronze Cylinder of
ratio to gold,

the rarer

the Vlth dynasty in the British
,, Haematite.
.

Museum
i i

has been mentioned above.
i

Bronze

Scarabs occur only at a late period, and some of them
i i
..

may
i

time of

the

n n be rtolemaic. Haematite was used occasionally trom the XVII 1th dynasty (563). Of other materials we have only to
r

mention

glass,

wood,

ivory,

True glass seems to
invention

and amber. have been invented (no doubt
was,
of

in

Egypt)
its

time during the period of the Middle Empire, probably towards
_.
course, a

some The end.
at
art

development from the
seen,

of

glazing, which, as

we have
glass

had been known as

early

as

the the

1st

dynasty.
of

The
the

oldest

beads

we
to

have,
the

seem
middle

to of

date
the

from

beginning

XVI 11th

dynasty,

and

dynasty
blue,

may

be dated Scarabs, usually of a
glass, imitating torquoise

light blue,

sometimes

of a

dark

opaque
in the

and

lapis

respectively,
;

which are not

uncommon.
marks
the
later

Usually they are small, and bear no inscription

two diagonal

form of a cross being the simple adornment of
occur from

their bases.

Under
were most
the

dynasties glass Scarabs
the

time

to

time, but they
glass
is

commonest under
usual kind, the

XVllIth dynasty.'
natural,

The hard opaque

more
is

or less transparent being very rare.

Wood
of seals,

was, as

one

of the

first

materials used for the manufacture

and many

of the Cylinder-seals of the earliest dynasties are
p.
ix).

(see

But

later

on the use

of

this

wooden material was

been made
The

of

abandoned for Cylinders, and Scarabs seem never to have it at any rate none are known. Ordinary wood was not
;

blue vitreous paste which has already been mentioned as used for the

manu-

facture of Scarabs at this time (p. xxvi), often approaches true glass in consistency. It may be the kyanos of the Greeks, which was imitated and used at this time (the period of

the XVllIth dynasty) by the Mycenaeans.


INTRODUCTION.
sufficently

:

xxix

valuable
it
;

or

beautiful

for

anything of religious significance to be
it

made

of

the only seals for which
religious connexion.

was used were

the

common

stamps,

which had no
Ivory

was

rarely used for the

manufacture of these objects.

Only

in the
for the

Vth to the XI 1th dynasty, when ivory making of small objets d'art, do Button-seals of this material occur, and a few Scarabs an ivory Cylinder of User-kaf (2597), one small (p. xiii) and one large ivory Scarab (of magical intention No. 30730) are in the British Museum. In later times ivory Scarabs or seals of any kind are unknown. Bone, a material rarely used in Egypt till Roman times, was never employed for the manufacture of any of these objects. Amber is naturally very rare. It is perishable, and no doubt was very seldom used to make Scarabs of. Yet an amber Scarab exists in the British Museum Collection (No. 17718), and it is interesting to find
period from the
;

was much used

'

that

it

is

of comparatively

early

date (end of the Middle

Empire or beginning

of the

XVI

1

1th dynasty).

VII. Types of Seal-amulets.

Nine
as follows

distinct types of Cylinder-seals are

known, which may be distinguished

1

.

A

plain Cylinder, short, straight-sided, with small per-

foration.
2.
3.

Predynastic Period and Ist-IInd dynasty.
1

(2595.)

Like No. Like No.
dynasty.

I

,

but unperforated.

Vth- Vth dynasty.
for

(2596.)
grip.

2,

with slight depression at ends
(2600.)

a

IVth -Vth

4.

Short, concave-sided (as in

many Babylonian
(2598.)

Cylinders), with large

perforation.
5.

1 1

Ird- Vth dynasty.

Long and
dynasty.

large, straight-sided,

with very large perforation.

Vlth

(2602
1,

ff.)

6.

Like No.
dynasty.

but longer, and often very small.
(2613).

Xllth-XVIIIth

7.

Long,

thin,

and small

;

often with rounded ends.

Xllth dynasty.

(2623.)
8. 9.

Like No. 7

;

quatrefoil.

(2619.)
rings.

Miniature
(Plate,

;

to

be mounted in

XVIIIth dynasty and

later.

No.

3.)

'

Exhibited in
p. 178).

the Fourth Egyptian

Room

(Guide

to

Third and Fourth Egyptian

Rooms,

— —
XXX

INTRODUCTION.
The types
of

Scarabs

are, naturally, far

more diverse and complicated.
of

In the wing-cases, head,

and

legs of the insect there are possibilities of endless

diversity of treatment.

The Scarab-makers
like

one period did
;

not
instance,
legs
at

make
And,

their

Scarabs exactly
the
legs
at

those of another
at

for

one time they

cut

very

carefully,

another

the

disappeared.

naturally,

the

same

period

many

varieties

of Scarab could exist side

by

side,

from a simple bead, with neither legs nor
tell

wing-cases marked and nothing but the head and the general shape to
us
that
it

is

a

Scarab, to an elaborate naturalistic model of Ateuchus sacer.
varieties of Scarabs,
it

Numberless as are the
fifty

has seemed possible to signalize
themselves in thirteen

well-marked and distmct types, which arrange
In the subjoined descriptive
list,

groups.
of the

the groups are designated

by

letters

alphabet, the types of each group

by numbers.
(elytrae).

It

has not seemed
criterion,

sufficient to

distinguish the Scarabs simply according to

one

such as

the presence or absence of
in
this

marked wing-cases
legs.

Scarabs which agree

one respect

may

present totally different characters in other respects,
It

such as the cutting of the
to

has therefore been considered advisable
(the representation

make

the classification
of
this

depend on these two main characters

of the

head being
in

minor importance).
connection, the

Material or glaze do not

come

into

consideration

matter being purely one of differences

in style of manufacture.

The

period at which each type
is,

was
of

usually

made
or

is

indicated.

The

first

main
this

division

naturally, that

the

more

less

naturalistic types,

and
the

has been designated A.
of types

Those

that follow, from

B
of

to

M,

the

gamut Middle Kingdom to
run

down

from the earHer conventionalizing Scarabs

the monstrosities of a late period.

The Scarabs

of Class

N

are peculiar in that they have no base, and, therefore, in no
seals, but

way
of

partook of the nature of

were purely amulets.

The

large

Heart-

scarabs, also purely amulets, but with inscriptions incised in

the

manner

the Seal-scarabs,

do not

differ in

type from the ordinary naturalistic Scarabs of

Class A.
It

is

to

be understood that these types very often combine, and a Scarab
class

can often only be described as a cross between one type and another, or

even between one
" type

and another.

Such mixed types are described as

A-B "

or " type
:

A

2-B

,"
1

as the case

may

be

:

A.

Naturalistic
1.

wings and legs well marked
:

Careful naturalism

XI 1th dynasty.
:

2.

Without the

triangle at the corners of the wing-cases

XI Ith

early

XVI
3.

1

1th

dynasty.
:

With the

triangle at the corners of the wing-cases

XVI

I

Ith

dynasty.

4.

With evenly rounded back and long

legs

:

XlXth

dynasty.

..

INTRODUCTION.
5.

XXXI

Similar, but with the legs open.
Similar, with high back. Similar, with legs open.

6.
7.

8.

Characteristic

XXVlth

dynasty type, with bulbous abdomen.

A

3.

A

A
1.

A.

A 2— A 3.

A

5.

A

7.

A
and

8.

B. Conventionalized form of

often striated like
1

E—

A 2,

usually in stone

of large size

:

legs

Wing-cases marked. Wing-cases not marked.

2.

C

-4.

C.

With oval base and Flat low back. 2. High back.
1

the rear-end raised-

3. 4.

Legs open.

Legs roughly marked.

..


INTRODUCTION.

XXXII

D. Elaborate, especially as to the head

:

Middle Kingdom and XVII Ith

XlXth dynasty
1

2. 3.

With wing-cases marked. Wing-cases not marked nicks
:

at sides to

mark

their position.

Similar, but with

no

nicks.

4.
5.

Carefully

moulded head.
legs peculiarly arranged

Similar, with arched back.

6.
7.

High back with long

:

large perforation.

High back with nicks often developed in semi-circular cut on back behind the head.

the

form of flowers

Usually of faience.

8.

With

the legs roughly blocked out.

D
E.

2.

D

5.

D

6.

With elongated base and
1

striated

legs

:

Middle Kingdom,

rarely at

beginning of XVIIIth dynasty

2.
3.

4.

Wing-cases marked. Wing-cases not marked. Roughly-marked legs often with human head. Resembles G legs striated (cf. Nos. 22479, 9262).
:

1

:

p-r'iiiiii

~^i^
:

F.

usually

A development from D and E, roughly cut Late Middle Kingdom, Hyksos Period, of which it is the characteristic form With wing-cases marked. 2. With wing-cases not marked often with decoration of branches or plant-sprays on back. 3. Resembles G legs striated, wing-cases not marked.
1 :

I

:

.. .. .

.


xxxii

INTRODUCTION.
G. Conventional
forna

with a deeply-cut double line to represent the legs
:

Late Middle Kingdom to
1

XlXth dynasty

and

XXV 1th

dynasty

With hatching

at the sides to represent the leg-striation of

B and E

wing-cases not marked.
2. 3.

Without hatching

:

wing-cases not marked.

With hatching

:

wing-cases marked.
:

4.
5.

Without hatching

wing-cases marked.
:

XXVlth

dynasty form

resembling

4.

H. Single
1

line representing the legs

With wing-cases marked.
Wing-cases not marked.

2.

J.

Thick base
1

:

legs not indicated in

any way

Wing-cases marked. Wing-cases not marked Wing-cases not marked
:

2.
3.

Late Period.
Early Period.

:

K. Peculiar

elaborate

type,

developed from

J

:

with

rear-end

much

depressed and elaborate head
1

Wing-cases marked

:

legs indicated.
:

2. 3.

Wing-cases not marked

legs indicated.

Neither wing-cases nor legs.

L.

Naturalistic form, with wing-cases not
1

marked-

Simple.

2. 3.

With nicks
Elaborate

(see

D

2).

.


INTRODUCTION.

XXXIV
4.
5.

Legs roughly blocked out

:

striations at sides.

Similar type, with high pointed back.

6.

Legs cut

free.

M. Monstrous form with
1

splay legs

Moderate-sized

legs.

2.

Exaggerated

legs.

L

2.

M
L
5.

2

N. Naturalistic form without base, used as an amulet only
perforated,
belly.

:

sometimes
under the

more often unperforated and with a

ring for suspension

Miscellaneous Seal-amulets related to the Scarab are found
flies

in the

forms of

(376),

frogs,

waterfowl,

hippopotami,

horses

(350),

rats,

hedgehogs.

Animal-Scaraboids.

cats,

etc.,

as figured above.

referred to (p. xiv).

The negro-head Scaraboids have already been The distinctions of form among the Plaques, Cowroids,
been described
at the

and

plain Scaraboids have

opening

of the

Introduction

(p. vii).

INTRODUCTION.

XXXV

The manner of mounting Scarabs and even miniature Cylinders in fingerend, rings, by means of a wire twisted round the body of the ring at each The swivel-joint is rarer. is shown in the figures below (c/. Plate, Nos. 2-5).

Scarab mounted

in rmg, with swivel-joint.
)

Cylinder-ring.

Scarab-ring.

(XVlIlth dynasty

Earlier type of Signet-ring.

(Middle Kingdom.)

(XVlIlth dynasty.)

Of
figured

the

true
is

Signet-ring

two main
Saiite

types

are

most

usual.

The
it

first

above

the earlier,

and begins to occur towards the end of the XVIlIth
Period
it

dynasty (2659

ff.).

During the

is

unusual, but

we
Its

find

under

the Ptolemies (2739).
is

The

second, the

later, is

not so solid.

characteristic

the broad splayed bezel springing from a slight semi-circular or circular

hoop

Saite Signet-ring.

XVlIlth dynasty
Later type of Signet-ring, with splayed bezel.
Ring, with splayed bezel.

(2656, 2736).
bezel.

A

development

of this
is

has a small rectangular label-shaped
usually Saite, though
it

The

ring with splayed bezel

occurs

earlier,

as

under the XVIlIth dynasty (2657).

VIII.

The

D.\ting of Scarab Types.

The

dating of Scarab types rests ultimately on the fact that the majority

of the Scarabs

which bear certain royal names are

of certain types.

We

infer

same types as these, were made, like them, presumably in the reigns of the kings whose names they bear. This principle has proved itself satisfactory, and consistent results have been obtained from its use. We now know that only a limited number of royal names (supposed to be of great magical efficacy), such as those of
that the Scarabs, bearing

no royal names,

of the

xxxvi

INTRODUCTION.
III,

Menkaura, Thothmes
in later times,

or

Amenhetep

III

were placed upon Scarabs issued
it

and

the process of examination of the vaiious types, has,
it

is

thought, progressed far enough to enable

to

be said with some certainty

which Scarabs
types
of

of these

kmgs
to

are contemporary

and which posthumous.
with the
other

The
of

the

posthumous

Scarabs usually

agree

types

their time,

which

we know

belong to that particular time by the fact that

the majority of Scarabs bearing royal
types.

names

of that time are of these particular

So we know, for instance, that the Scarabs of Unas must be posthumous, and mostly of the XlXth dynasty because most of them are of exactly the same type as those of Meneptah and of Seti II, both kings whose names are not
found on Scarabs of types which are mainly associated with names of
periods.
later

But one or two Unas Scarabs must be of the

XXVIth

dynasty, as

they are of a type associated with royal names of that dynasty, as are also

Scarabs of Khufu and Khafra, Menkaura, Thothmes

III,

and Amenhetep
all

111.

When we
same type
days.

find Scarabs of half a

dozen kings
it

of

various periods to be of the

as those of Psamtik,

is

obvious that they were

made

in his

But equally

we can
of

distinguish

from

this

posthumous type the
to

real

contemporary Scarabs
from

these kings, which differ from Psamtik's type
the

and
their

each

other's,

showing close resemblances only

types

of

immediate chronological neighbours.

Thus

(leaving out

Khufu,

Khafra,

and

Menkaura, whose Scarabs are
the

all

posthumous),

we

find that the majority of

Thothmes IV on one side, of Amenhetep IV on the other the names of neither Thothmes IV or of Amenhetep IV (the heretic Khuenaten) are ever found on Scarabs of the type associated with Psamtik (or any other later king). Therefore we see that
III

Scarabs of Amenhetep

are like those of
;

and those

majority of the Scarabs of Amenhetep III are contemporary with Amenhetep III, and we know their types, while all those of Thothmes IV and Amenhetep IV are contemporary. The Scarabs of Amenhetep IV are
the

a good instance,

also, of objects
;

which

we can

rest

assured are exclusively

contemporary on another ground

the fact that he

whose name would never be commemorated at any would never be regarded as one of good omen.

was an abominated heretic, later period, and certainly

From
later

the study

Scarabs of
III

Thothmes
the king's
of
all

are

and comparison of the types in this manner we see that Rameses II, though they occur, are rare, while those of about as commonly found of later types as of the types of
In fact,

own

time.

periods after his

Thothmes III occurs on Scarabs demise, so potent was his name considered, and so
the
of
later " issues " of royal Scarabs,

name

popular a hero was he.

We

can therefore eliminate the

and use

the types which

we know

to

be contemporary as guides
all.

to the dating of the

Scarabs which bear no royal names, or no inscription at

;

INTRODUCTION.

xxxvii

LIST

OF THE PRINCIPAL WORKS DEALING WITH EGYPTIAN SEALS AND SEAL-AMULETS.
LoFTlE, B.A., F.S.A.
"

W.

J.

An

Essay
n.d.

of Scarabs."

London

:

Field

and

Tuer,

W. M. Flinders
Percy
E.

Petrie.

" Historical Scarabs."

London

:

D. Nutt, 1889.

Newberry.

"Scarabs."
"

London: Constable,

1908.

Scarab-shaped Seals

{Cairo Mits. Catalogue).
1

London
G. Eraser.
" Catalogue of Scarabs."

:

Constable,
:

907.
1

London

Quaritch,

900.
1

Dr. Samuel Birch.
E.

" Egyptian Antiquities at
Litt.

Alnwick
the

Castle," pp.

03

ff.

A. Wallis Budge,

D.

" Catalogue

of

Hilton Price Collection,"

pp.

1

7

ff.

" Catalogue

of

the

Lady Meux

Collection,"

pp. 185

ff.

" Catalogue of the

Harrow School Museum,"

pp. 14

ff.

" Catalogue

of

Egyptian

Antiquities
ff.

in

the

Fitzwilliam

Museum,

pp. 87

"The Mummy" (Cambridge,
F. Ll.

1893), pp. 231
:

ff.

Griffith, M.A., and

"A

Collection of Historical Scarabs"
Bibi. Arch.,

Proc. Soc.
ff.,

John Ward, F.S.A.

XXII
19ff.,

(1900), pp. 305

386

ff.

XXIII, pp.

79

ff.

John Ward, F.S.A.

"The
"

Sacred Beede": London, 1902 (republication of
the above).

Mrs. Alice Grenfell.

Amuletic Scarabs

for

the

Deceased."

Rec.

Trav.

XXX,
"

p. 105.

The Rarer Scarabs

of the

New

Kingdom."

Rec.

Trav,

XXXII,

p.

113.

CATALOGUE
OF

EGYPTIAN SCARABS, CYLINDER-SEALS,
SEAL-AMULETS, ETC.
I.

ROYAL SCARABS AND SEAL-AMULETS.
Blue-green glazed steatite Scarab, of tj'pe A 3 with tliicl< legs, inscribed Chipped on one side. an ancient king (Ilird dynasty). XXIInd-XXVIth dynasty. Length, | in. Loftie Essay of Scarabs, x.x.xi. [No. 24102.]
1.

"

Praise

Neb-KA-Ra!",

_.;;~,^

:

r»wiiw;-

,.'^^

2. Light blue faience Scarab, of type A 8, inscribed with an imitation prenomen, Neb-KA-Ra. -Saite Period. Length, \ in.

ro}-al

y^j^

[No. 23296.]
3. Light blue faience Scarab, of flat type A 8, badly made and inscribed with Saite Period, or earlier. Length, \ in. an imitation royal prenomen, Ka-XED-K.A.

Petrie

:

Historical Scarabs,

6.

'^
f,

[No. 17207.]
4.

Glazed
It

steatite Scarab, of
-=

type

A

7,

inscribed with a corrupt form

of the

name
j^r^^

of
-.

Sneferu,
Essay,
vi.

(IVth dynasty).

XXVIth

dynasty.

Length, ^^

in.

Loftie:

[No. 22948.]

^^J
f'W^
'^^i\

5.

Green glazed

steatite Scarab, of type

A

8,

inscribed with a corrupt

t^
Jf

form of the Length, i in.

name

of

king

Khufu

(IVth dynasty).

XXVIth

dynasty.

[No. 42378.]
6.

^^

Light blue faience

Scarab,

of

type

A

8,

inscribed

V\
.V \ in.

,

a corrupt form of
Petrie
:

the

name of Hist. Scarabs, IS-

Khufu

(IVth dynasty).

XXVIth

dynasty.

Length,

/^.^-jg

^[No. 16424.] [No.
Presented by Brain Hertz, Esq., 185
1.

Mf^^^
A

CATAI.OOUE OF SCARABS, CYLINDER-SEALS, ETC.
7.
I.islit

[7-18

corrupt

form
-j— in.

Length,

blue faTence Scarab, of the name of Loftie Essay, vii.
:

of type

A

8,

Khufu

(IVth

inscribed dynasty).

<P

^"

.

^

%^

XXVIth

K^ A
7,

shortened and dynasty. rXo. 22Q4Q.1

8.

the

name

Green faTence of KlIUFU.

Scarab,

XXVIth

of type dynasty.

inscribed
^'^ in.

a corrupt form of

Length,

Sams

Collection,

1834.
9.

[Xo. 16416.]
Sk\' blue paste Scarab, of type A 4, inscribed of KlIUFU. XXVIth dynasty. Length, in.
J,

t^
Jf

,

name

a corrupt form of the Loftie Collection.

[Xo. 24271.]
10. Fai'encc

Scarab, faded to white, of type

A

5,

inscribed
\

t^
_fl

"',

a corrupt

form of the name of KllUFU.

XXVIth

d\-nasty.

Length,

in.

[Xo. 30495.]
11.

Green

gla/.ed

steatite

Scarab, of type

A

4,

with

elaborately cut

legs,

inscribed
("

V
Blue

. |

a corrupt

form of the name of KllUFL', with the symbol of "life"
dynast)-.

Khu[fu] livcth"?).

XX\'Ith

Length,

1

in.

[Xo. 17243.]

12.

paste rectangular Plaque, warped
is

in

firing.

On

one side

is

^c«:!c^co^
'^V^''^
1.*'^

inscribed "Beautiful

KiiU[FU],"

%^®t.
ij

within a hatched border.
Loftie: Essay, c\xyixv.

Rough

^

'-'

work.

XXVIth

d)'nasty.

Length,

in.

^-^~*

[Xo. 24256.]

|^^=rr—r~^"i

13.

Blue glazed steatite

(?)

Scarab, of tvpe

G

i,

inscribed with the
-j^-

name

of
"

Khafka,
1868.
14.

q
'^'"^

(IVth dynasty).

XXVIth
2g.

dj-nasty.

Length,

in.

Hay

Collection,

Yeinc: Hist. Scarabs,

[Xo. 16421.]

XXVIth
15.

Blue glazed steatite Scarab, of type G i, inscribed with the name of Khafr.\. dynasty. Length, \ in. Petrie Hist. Scarabs, 21. [Xo. 16420.] Presented by Brarn Hcrtrs, Esq., 1851.
:

Light green faience Scarab, of type
Saite Period.

A

8,

inscribed with
Petrie
:

the

name

01

KllAFRA,

Q

O

Length, ^^

in.

Temple

Collection.

Hist. Scarabs, 28.

[Xo.
16. Light-blue glazed steatite Scarab, of ty|)e A i, inscribed with the name of KlL\FRA. XXVIth dynasty. Length, ,^^ in. Loftie: Essay, \yi. [Xo. 22951.]

1

64

1

8.].

/^\

17.

Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of type

A
in,

i,

inscribed

with the
\\\\.

name of

Kh.\FR.A,

Q-

Chipped.

XXVIth

dynasty.

Length, jL

Loftie: Essay,

[Xo. 22950.]
18.

Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of type

F",

inscribed with

the

name

of

O

Khafra

(?)

,

S.

.

Middle Kingdom

(?).

Length,

^^^ in.

[Xo. 32451.]

: ;

19 29.]

KliUFU, KHAFRA, MEN-KA-RA.

19.

Glazed

steatite Scarab, faded to white, of
Sai'te

type

G

i, flat,

inscribed with the

name

of

Kn.AFK.A,

Q.

Period

(?).

Length,

y'^ in.

[No. 32455.]

20. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of type

G

i, flat,

inscribed with the
Collection,

name

of

Khafra,

q

.

XXVIth

dynasty.

Length,

I

in.

Saws

1834.

Petrie

Hist. Scarabs, 30.
21.

[No. 16414.]
Scarab,

Glazed

steatite

faded

to

brown, of type

G

i,

inscribed with
in.

the

name of Khafra,

Q

O

Ramesside Period.

Length, \\

From

Tell

el-Yahudiya.

Petrie: Hist. Scarabs, 23.

[No. 16422.]
inscribed

XXVIth

22. Blue paste Scarab, of type dynasty. \ in. by % in.

E-G

2,

^
A
-j-'-^

©

^

KiiAFRA.

[No. 40667.]
23. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to grey, of type
8,
in.

inscribed with the

name

of Kh.\fra, "^J^"'-

XXVIth

dynasty.

Length,

[No. 47304.]

24. Glazed

steatite

Scarab, of type

A

8.

On

the

base

is

cut the

name
in.

of king

O Men-KA-Ra, t^^ Menkaura (IVth

U
O

dynasty).

XXVIth

dynasty.

Length, |

[No. 42056.]

25. Faience Scarab, of type

A

4,

inscribed

with an imitation

of the

name

of king

Men-ka-Ra,

"yt"

(IVth dynasty).

XXVIth

dynasty.

Length,

| in.

[No. 37862.]

26. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to grey, of tvpe

A

8,

inscribed with an imitation of the
y'^-

O
name
of

Men-KA-Ra,

tit±li.

Chipped.

Saite Period.

Length,

in.

Loftie

:

ZTjjvrj',

x.

UJ
27. Blue-green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A i, with elongated base, on is inscribed the name of Men-KA-Ra, with a protecting hawk and a sphinx,

[No. 22952.]

i^^^^\
fj^'^^.'^-X
?
'

which

couc/iant,

on the neb

sign,

crowned with the
Length,

feathers,
in.

\\

\\,

and holding the sign of
[No. 281
[2.]

*.^:-^'^

"praise," y.

XXVIth

dynasty.

-fl

28. Glazed steatite scarab, of type G 2, in original gold mount as the bezel of a ring on the base is cut a figure of a lion, coucliant, above the inscription " Men-KA-Ra, f^-\ (Lmxu, sic On the Good God, Lord of the Two Lands, Men-ka-Ra," .^^^^

back

is

the sign H ^

.

XlXth

dynasty, or '

later.

LJ

II

LJ Length, |

in.

O

O
[No. 32338.]

29. Glazed steatite Scarab, of type 3, on the base of which are inscribed two cartouches of king Men-KA-Ra with the words "Good God, Lord of the Two Lands." XXVIth dynasty. Length, -pV in.

A

O

[No. 42780.]

U
A
2

CATALOGUE OV SCARABS, CVLIXDER-SEAI.S,
30. Litjht blue ghizcd
stciititc

ETC.
is

[30 39

rectangular

I'la(|ue.

On

the obverse
''TT'

an

Uteliat,

deeply

cut in open wojk, and on the reverse is inscribed the name of Men-ka-Ra, in a cartouche, with the Ilorus name:

L^
|

^3Q

TAUI.

XXVIth

t^z
5
,

d)-nasty.

Length,

\

in.

[No. 16417.]

u
"

31.

Men-K.\-Ra."

Faience Scarab, faded to white, of tyiie Much worn. XXVIth dynasty.

A

8,

inscribed
.',

Praise the Ilorus

Length,

in.

[No. 16423.]

[oQZl]
is

^^

32. Bhie composition (imitation lapis) Scarab, of t_\pe 6, on the base of which inscribed the name of Men-KA-R.\, in a cartouche, below which are figures of the Horus-hawk, wearing the crown of Upper Egypt and having a whip on his back, followed by the godde.ss Sekhmet fSckhet), or Bast, holding a papyrus sceptre, on ' the neb sign. Fine work. XXVIth dj-nasty. Length, \ m. [No. 16402.]

A

33. Glazed ."^tone Scarab, faded to grey, of type 3, with elongated base, inscribed with the name of king Men-KA-R.a, beneath the winged sun, in a double cartouche, surmounted by plumes and placed between the uraei of Upper and Lower Egypt and above the neb sign. Part of the glaze, originally blue, remains upon the base. Uncertain Period.

A

Length, ig

in.

D'Atlianasi Colleetion, 1837.

[No. 3921.]

34. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to grey, of type G i, archaizing. On the oval base are cut the boat of Amen-Ra, over a cartouche containing the name of Men-KA-Ra, before a protecting uraeus above is a neb. XXVIth dynast\-. Length, VV i»[No. 4SS63'
;

#S:v.^

{^^

^m

35. Blue-green glazed steatite Scarab, of type i, with elaborately cut head, On the base is in.scribed the prenomen of Men-KA-Ra in a cartouche in the field are a sphin.v, eoiie/iant, a winged uraeus A\ith the ring-sign, and the neb. P^ine glaze. XXVth-XXVIth dynasty (?j. Length, } in.

A

and arched back.
;

[No. 29238.]
36. Deep blue glazed steatite Scarab, of type On the base is cut a figure of 3. a king, kneeling, and offering a vase to the cartouche of king Men-KA-Ra, which is
_

A

;

beneath him.

XXVIth

dynasty.

Length, |

in.

[No. 40875.]

'^

t>

^

(base), inscribed "

37. Green glazed steatite_ rectangular Plaque, with flat obverse Men-KA-Ra the Guardian," and a convex reverse (back), on which is cut an Utcliat. XXVIth dynasty. Ler Salt Colketion. [No. 3922.]
'

u"i'/=^>>:y

t*

[-.^

^X^^l

h""'^^

^

38. Light green faience Scarab, of type A 7, with elongated base, which is inscribed the name of Men-KA-Ra with the "figure of a guaidian, between two neb signs. I-'rom Tell Nebesha. Saite Period, Length, i n. Petrie: Tanis,\\,y^\. \m,6o. [No. 18533.] Presented by tJie Egypt Exploration Fund, 1 887.

on

40

51]

MEN-KA-RA, UNAS.

5

4-L i. On the base is inscribed the paste Scarab, of type a demi-cartouche, with a hawk with whip on back, above a //d> Ith and below the winged sun. Much worn. From Anuit (I'iioenicia).
40. Blue

A

name
,^j^
-p,

of

Men-KA-Ra

(?) in

XXV

dynasty.

Length, f

in.

[No. 48151.]

n

rii

'^

^ ^^

On the base is cut a hawk with whip on 41. Light green paste Scarab, of type A 8. back, confused with a bud and the -f-, in front of a cartouche containing the name of Men-KA-Ra, with two horizontal lines above and below. Above is a conchaut lion, and below a neb. From Amathus (Cyprus), grave 172. XXVIth dynasty. ^5^^^ Length, \ in. Murray, A. H. Smith, and Walters: Excavations in Cyprus, Fig. 147 9. [No. 94-11-1, 616.]

^^^

^^

;

42. Blue paste Scarab, of type A 8. On the base is a figure of a king kneeling adoration before the cartouche of Men-KA-Ra beneath a .solar disk in a boat, and above the 7teb sign. From Rhodes (?). XXVth-XXVIth dynasty. Length, ^^ i"[No. 60-2-1, 105.]
in

^P^^
"
1

^^^

^3:^ On
of

43. Glazed steatite Scarab
the base
is

faded to white, of type

A

4

;

chipped on both

sides.

inscribed the

the device

^
YfT

name

of

UNAS, "T^ (Vth dynasty), probably a development
111

"Let there be
Length, %
in.

praise!", frequent on scarabs

{cf.

No. 37853)-

XXI Ind[No. 3:2421.]

XXVIth

dyna.sty.

44. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type

A

7,

inscribed with the

name

of

Unas.

Chipped on one

side.

Sai'te

Period, or earlier.

Length,

f*^

in.

[No. 30497-]

Unas.

45. Glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 3, on the base of which Saite Period, or earlier. Length, -?-r in.

is

cut the

name

of

^^
TCT

[No. 42695.]

y

Unas.

46. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type XXVIth dynasty. Length, in.
.',

A 4-8, in.scribed with the name of
[No. 48856.]

Unas.

47. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type 5, inscribed with the name of Saite Period. Length, ,-5 in. Loftie Essay, xvii. [No. 22959.]
:

A

UnAs.

48. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type Before XXVIth dynasty. Length, -| in.

A

5,

inscribed with the

name of [No. 46491.]
of

XXVIth

49. Green glazed steatite Scarab, roughly cut, inscribed with the dynasty. Length, h in.

name

Unas.

7^^
[No. 46592.]
fill

UnAs.

50. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type A 3, inscribed with the name of Saite Period. Length, h in. Loftie Essay, .xviii. [No. 22960.]
:

^^ TT
'!

|i

51.

Glazed
of

steatite Scarab, faded to reddish-white, of

the

name

UnAs.

Saite Period.

Length,

-i

in.

Petrie

:

type 8, inscribed with Hist. Scarabs, 56.
[No. 16413.]

A

6

CATALOGUE OF SCARABS, CVLINPER-SEAI.S,
52. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of t\-pc

ETC.

[52-62

A

8,

inscribed with the

name

of

Unas,

^\
|l

Sane

Period.

Length,

-j^ in,

J>
[No. 30496.]
3,

^'''

53. Glazed steatite Scarab, of type Sai'te Period, or earlier. Length, jV in.

A

inscribed with the royal

name

I

s/c

Un.'vs.

jg^
^l|l

[Kg. 38758-] 54. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of tj'pc name Unas. Saite Period. Length, | in.

A

3-8, inscribed

with the

royal

"^
[Xo. 40857.]
q

fg^
P

55. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A Un.\S, ronghly cut. XXVIth dvnast)-. Length,

7,

inscribed with the na.me of
in.

'ci

^—<^
7"»>S

,''^

^-''

[No. 46052.]
56. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type

\\l

'^_^:
,^i?5JSk

A
(?).

8,

set in its original
3

gold mount as the bezel of a ring.
(corrupt form of the

name

of L^NAS).

On the base are XXVIth dynasty

cut the signs

^3^(1

'

\j^

j.

''

Length, \

in.

[No. 41964.]
57. Light green paste Scarab, of tj-pe
the prenomen of PeI'I Essay, xxii.
I

A

6,

inscribed

O
,

Ra-iiicri,
in.

perhaps
Loftie
:

.^f*^^

(Vlth dynasty).

XXVIth

dynasty.

Length, %

[No. 24093.]

58. Light green fa'ience Scarab, of t)pe L i, inscribed Ra-iiicri, perhaps intended for the prenomen of Pepi I. XX\'Ith dynasty. Length, in. Sams Collection, 1834. "[No. 164 15.]
.',

^^^\
l-a~jl

^cjj/
- .j

59. Glazed steatite rectangular Plaque, with one side {reverse) slightly

|»''gr^

convex, on which

is

inscribed

ll/^, and on
the

the other {obverse')

ft

^

.

y''
i

'-^rL^

probably

a
\ in.

corrupt

form

of

name
Petrie

of PeI'I.
:

XXVIth

dynast}-. '--=^

Length,

Hay

Collection, 1868.

Hist. Scarabs, 67 (rexerse not gixenj.

[No.
60. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to grey, of type L, in the 1 original gold mount which served as the bezel of a ring, inscribed X '^^=r with the name of queen Aatshet^ (wife of Neb-IIAPET-Ra

1

64 10.]

^

'^

Mentuhetep).
Deep

Xlth dynasty.

Length,

A

in.

[No. 40855.]

C3=i

61.

king S.\NKHK.\RA,

blue faience spherical Bead, on which is incised the name of in a cartouche. Xlth dynasty. Length, f in. [No. 41 138.] Presented by the Egypt Exploration Fund, 1904.

62. Glazci.l steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of tj'pe the name of king Amen-EM-HAT I, Sehp;tep-AB-Ra Length, -| in. Before SaUe Period (?).
'

A

6,

(Xllth

inscribed with dynasty).

'

^^

^

f^..\

[No. 38984.J

\\~Tr,

'

For the variant
I,

Dh-

.^

.-\.\-BH.\IT,

see Naville and Hall, The Xlth Dynasty Tiinplc at

cl-Bahiiri,

p. 7.

63-72]

UNAS, PEPI

I,

USKRTSEN

I.

7

63. Dark blue paste Scarab, of type L 2, inscribed with a corru|)t form of the ro)'al dynasty). XXth-XXVIth dynasty. Lens^th, A t^ Loftie Collection. Tiffin. ^2^ [No. 24227.]

name Amenemiiat (Xllth

'

'

®Q
-*

64. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type A 4, inscribed with a corrupt form of the royal name Amenemh.AT, or the sentence "Amen is at the head!" XlXth-XXIInd dynasty. Length, I in. Loftie: Essay, \\\\\. [No. 241 14.]
65. Light green composition Scarab, of flat type, between 2 and carefully cut, inscribed with a corrupt form of the name of USERTSEN (Senu.SERT).. Sai'te Period. Length, ^ in. Loftie ii"j-.jv?)', xlvi. [No. 241 17.]

*——
(]

J'

t;

o

A

-K

C

I,

:

66. Faience Scarab, faded to brown, of t)-pe A 8, inscribed with a Saite corrupt form of the royal name LTSERTSEN (Xllth dj-nasty). Period. Length, \ in. [No. 37650.] 67. Glazed steatite
(.')

n"^

spherical Bead, discoloured purple, inscribed with the

name

of a king, USERT.SEN,
is

(^ j^ n <=ir>"N

foration

a small cylinderin.

c

"

\

deeply cut. Within the wide perbead of faience (?). Xllth dynast)-.
,

Diameter,

From Karnak.

[No. 12804.]

u
Amethyst lentoid Bead, inscribed "Good God, Kheper-KA-Ra (Senusert or USERT.SEN I)." XI Ith dynasty. Length, in.
68.
|-

^^
U^

[No. 36470.]

69. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of fiat, coarsely cut, type L, with striated roughly blocked out. On the base is inscribed the prenomen of O UsERTSEN L Kheper-KA-Ra, above the ideograph of "gold" and between two nefer signs between the disk and the X'(7-sign is cut a rude cross of four volutes, on one side of which is a disk. Xllth dynasty. Length, \\ in. Loftie: Essay, -i^Xxm. [No. 241 19.]
legs,
;

X

name
"

70. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type L i, inscribed with the of king- Kiiepek-KA-Ra (Usertsen Ij, with signs of "kingship," beauty," and " gold." Xllth dynasty. Length, ^ in.

[No. 40677.]

71. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type F 3-G 3, with wing-cases marked, inscribed " Good God, KHEPER-KAU(.r/t-)-RA (Usertsen I), beloved (?) of (Hor)-Behutet, great god, lord of heaven." Xllth dynasty. Length, | in. Y&*ix\&: Hist. Scarabs, \%\. [No. 3927.]

72. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t\'pe
border.

E

2,

names of the god Ptah and king Kiieper-ka-Ra (Usertsen

inscribed with the I), within a spiral

LTppcr part chipped off. Xllth dynasty. From Tell el-Yahudiya. Length, \\ in. [No. 20820.] Presented by the Egypt Exploration Fund, 1888.


CATALOGUE OF SCARABS, CYLINnER-SliALS,
73. Blue-green glazed steatite Scarab, of type

°

ETC.

[73-82

USERTSEN

I,

Kheper-KA-Ra, between two

E 2, inscribed with uraei wearing the White
"gold," and the

the preiiomcn of

Crown, and above the ideographs of Red Crown, symmetrically arranged.
Petrie: Hist. Scarabs, 185.

"life," "fertility,"

O

Xllth dynasty.

Length, |f

in.

U
r*is<^-

rc'

[No. 16404.]

yf«fV
[Xo. 42877-]

^^
fe>

nomen en

74. Glazed steatite Scarab, of conventional type, inscribed with the preof UsKRTSEN I, between signs of "beauty" and "life." Xllth dynasty.

Length

m.

75. Glazed steatite Scarab, of type G i, inscribed Ka-Kheper-KA, within a spiral border these signs may be intended to represent the prenomen of Usertse.V I. Xllth dynasty. Length, in.
;

fl %S

My^
'^a^F,

\l

[Xo. 40116.]

^
,

Usertsen

76. Glazed steatite Scarab, of t\pc G i, inscribed with the prenomen of I (?), enclo.sed within a spiral border. Ilth dvnastv. Length, | in.

X

\J

[Xo. 39077.]

i
t

^

77. Blue ghzed steatite Scarab, of t>-pe D 3-E Kiieper-ka-[Ra] (Usertsen I}," within interrupted cut. Xllth dynasty. Length, |i in.

2,

inscribed

spiral border.

"Good (is) Deeph Deeply

«

[No. 39970.]

U

78. Jilue glazed steatite_ Scarab, of type D 2, inscribed with the prenomen of I, Kheper-ka-Ra, with the sign f/e/er, instead of that of Ra, within a spiral border. Xllth dynasty. Length, | m.

Usertsen

[Xo. 32341.]

are incised, crossing twice

D 2 two palm branches on the back, enclosing a lily-flower. Inscribed with the signs Kheper-ka (perhaps part of the prenomen of USERTSEN I), surrounded by the ideographs of " lordship," " kingship," " stability," and " increase." Xllth dynasty. Length, [^ in. [Xo. 30503.]
79. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type
j|,
;

'

80. Glazed steatite Scarab, of type E 2, with the wing-cases marked and the legs striated, inscribed "(The name of) KiiEPER-K.\-R.\ (UsERTSEN I) (as) prottecion and life every day," arranged .symmetrically. Xllth dynasty. Length, |i in. [Xo. 43079.]
81. Glazed steatite Scarab, of type 2, faded to brown, inscribed with the prenomen of USERTSEN I, the ideogram of " gold," twice repeated, and other signs of uncertain meaning. Xllth

°*^°
n

©UO
f^^

^t

\^--^
i^^^r.

A-D


^'aaaa

^—^
°

dynasty.

Length,

,'V in.

[No. 39360.]
Scarab,
of t)'pe

'

r^ '—
ideograms
^gs^t

^ .,

82. Glazed
of "divinity"
T
ii, Length,

steatite

E

2,

faded

to brown, inscribed with

^, "life" \, "lordship" ^^z^-, "gold" rssi, the "Eye of "fertility" |, surrounding the throne-name of USERTSEN I, [o] LJ f

^
fl

Horus " Xllth

and

dyna.sty.

:..

in

[No. 39512.]

83-93]

USERTSEN

I.

83. Blue-green glazed steatite Scarab, of type G i, with arched back, inscribed with the I, and the ideograms of "life," "stability," and "gold." Decorative scallops between the O and LJ, perhaps intended [Possibly influenced by the prenomen of Nub-kheper-R.\ for wings. Antef, and of his date.] Xllth or XVI Ith dynasty. Length, | in. Hisn [No. 40691.]

prenomen of USERTSEN

f

uf

84. Blue-green glazed steatite Scarab, of type L 2-F 2, inscribed with the signs (possibly part of the prenomen of USERTSEN I ?), with the ideographs of "gold," " life," and the hawk, which is headless. [Possibly influenced by the prenomen Xllth or X\'IIth dynasty. of Nub-KHEPER-R.\ Antef, and of his date.]

KA-KHEPER
o-

M
(^

f\

m.

M>.
jl

w

Length, t

in.

[No. 27879.]

T ^^ T

85. Glazed steatite Scarab, of type E 2, faded to while, inscribed with the prenomen of Usert.sen I, surrounded by ideograms of "life" •^, "goodness" I, and the iitchatLower part chipped. Xllth dynasty. Length, -j^ eye [Xo. 39297-]
86. Glazed steatite Scarab, of type E 2-F, faded to white, inscribed with ideograms arranged in a symmetrical design, apparently suggested by the prenomen of USERT.SEN L Xllth-XVIIth dynasty.
f8

u

HSi

Length,

^

in.

[Xo. 39651.]

"

^^

"

87. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type D i. The wing-cases are double-line, and on the back are incised a lily-flower and two The base is inscribed with the prenomen of L'.SERT.SEN I, crossed plant-sprays. Kheper-K.\-[R.a], in a cartouche, below the winged solar disk and above the sio-ns XIIth-X\T Ith dj^nasty. Length, f in. ttefer, s/ieii, etc. [No. 30504.]

marked with a

88. Glazed steatite Rosette, or Button-seal, faded to prenomen of king U.SERTSEN I, Kheper-KA-[Ra] (?), with uraei, hawks, and the solar Length, i in. disk. I Ith-XVUth dynasty. [No. 38690.]
white, inscribed with the

X

89. Blue-green glazed steatite Scarab, of type F, with high back, and wing-cases not marked inscribed on the base with the prenomen of USERTSEN I (?), between symbols of "kingship" and "fertility" (or, "Upper and Lower Egypt"). Xllth dynasty, or later (possibl}' Hyksos). Length, f in. [No. 43078.]
;

90. Blue-green

(possibly part of the

and "goodness."

steatite Scarab, of type F 2, inscribed Kheper-k.\ prenomen of USERTSEN I ?), with the ideographs of " kingship " Xllth dj^nast)', or later (possibly Hyksos). Length, \^ in.

glazed

[No. 4349.]
91.

Glazed

steatite Scarab, of

type

F

2,

faded to white, inscribed with the

prenomen of USERTSEN I, Kheper-KA-Ra (?), surrounded by emblems of "royalty" and the "sacred eye." Xllth dynasty, or later (possibly Hyksos). Length, f in.
[No. 40169.]

92. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type E 4, inscribed with the royal name (? USERTSEN I), surrounded by the signs of "double life," two uraei, two iitchats, and two Red Crowns. Xllth dynasty, or later. Length, f in. [No. 28683.]

.5

ff

a

Ra-Kheper

viv

signs

93. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type E 2. The base is inscribed with the Ra-KHEPER, possibly part of the prenomen of USERTSEN I, in a cartouche, surrounded by the ideographs of "stability," "increase" (?), "beauty," "gold," and uraei. Xllth dynasty, or later. Length, f in.

[Xo. 4124.]

ro

CATALOGUE OF SCARABS, CYLINDKR-SKALS,

ETC.

[94 102

of

94. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 3, in.scribed with an imitation of the prenomen dynasty), with the /(-/-sign substituted for the disk, between .«S2* uraei, utchats, the ideographs of "life" and "truth" above the 7ieb-s\^x\, within a hatched border. XVIlIth-XIXth dynasty. Length, \\ in. [Xd. 29448.]

USERTSEN (Xllth

95. Glazed steatite Scarab, of type D 2, faded to brown. On the back is cut an inverted lii\-. On the base is inscribed the prenomen of Usertsex I (Xllth dynasty) beneath a winged disk and between .two ittchats and two Crowns XlXth dynasty. of Lower Egypt: below is a fieb, within a hatched border. [No. 39386.] Length,

96. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t)-pe On the base are cut symbols, possiblj- containing Xllth d\-nasty. the prenomens of USERTSEN I and II.

E

2.

Length, f

in.

^^M^mS^^^J^^

[Xo. 45428.]

97. Light blue glazed steatite Scarab, of type D 2, The base is inscribed with signs forming the prenomens, etc., of UsERTSEX I, II, and III. Deeply cut. Xllth dynasty. Length, -fi in. [No. 1744 1.] Presented by ilajor-Geii. Angitstiis W. H.Meyriek, 1S79. 98. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded with the prenomen 2, inscribed accompanied by the ideographs of " life " the two /ilc/iat-eyas. Erom Enkomi
white, of t\'pe of U.SERT.SEN I, and " power," and (Cj'prus) surface
to
:

D-E

{Brit. Mtis. Exeavati'oiis,

1

898).

Xllth

d}-nasty. Length, fin.

99. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of tj'pe D-E 2, inscribed with the signs R.4-KHA-NEFERUI ("Appearance of the Two Beauties," possibly an appellation of USERT.SEN 1 repeated,
1,

between conventional Length, f in.

signs.

Broken.

Xllth dynasty, or

later.

[No. 28559.]

head and

100. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type 2, with finely cut leg.s, inscribed with the royal namei^?) KnA-NEFERtn, with the ideographs of "life" and "stability," surrounded by a spijal border. Xllth dynasty. Length, | in. Petrie Hist. Scarabs, 568. [No. 17707.]
:

D

Glazed steatite Scarab, of type inscribed Kh.\-NEFERUI, preceded a finely cut spiral border. Xllth dynasty.
101.
is

D

2, \\ith

raised bod\-, roughly cut.
"increa.se,"
in.

On

base

by the ideograph of
Length,
i^,-

the within

\>^(^

'y%f
[Xo. 17202.
1

K^;^^

102. Glazed steatite Scarab, of type

A

2,

prenomen of
"life,"

Amexemhat
'etc.

II

"good-luck,"

(Nub-ka-Ra [?]), Xllth-XVIIIth

faded to white, inscribed with the f©' and with the ideographs of
'"'^

u

dynast\-.

Length, -j^^ in. [No. 40342.]

^jSfitr-o

103 1131

USERTSEN

I,

AMENEMHAT

II,

USERTSEN

It.

II

103. Glazed steatite Scarab, of type D 2, faded to white, inscrijjcd with the ideoorams uf "gold" and "the double" (perhaps intended for the prenomen of Amenemhat II, --r^t^ Nub-Ka[u-Ra]), "life," and "kingship," Xllth dynasty. «^^^^1 | fl ^ -2. '^^^^^^ Length, -JL in. [Xo. 39273.] p;^
• | |

104. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brow n, of flat t\-pe L 2, inscribed " kini.; of L'pper and Lower Egypt, Nub-R.A-KA" (sic) possibl}' intended for the prenomen of Amenemhat II (?) (Xllth dynasty). Apparently XXIst-XXVth dynasty. Length, -/L in. Loftie £'jjaj/, xlix. [No. 24120.]
; :

'

_.
!
''

TZ.
.^^^.

prenomen of Amenemh.AT

105. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of type A 8, inscribed with the XXVIth dynasty. Length, y% in. II (Xllth dynasty). Loftie: Essay, li. [No. 24122.]

"^

^^'
f*^

106. Sage-green paste Scarab, of type 8, inscribed with the prenomen of Head broken off. XXVIth II (Xllth dynasty), Nub-ka-R.Ji. dynasty. [No. 32477.] Length, f in.

A

Amenemh.AT

W

107. faience Scarab, faded to brown, of type A the prenomen of A.MENEMHAT II (Xllth dynastyj, in mounted by plumes, and above the ideograph of "gold." Length, i in. Loftie Essay, 1.
:

inscribed with cartouche surXXVIth dynasty.
8,

^.-—~.
'

a

p,

[No. 24 2 1.]
1

[^wS^

108. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brownisli-white, of type with the prenomen of U.SERTSEN (Senusert) II. Xllth dynasty.

E

2,

inscribed

Length, i in. [No. 28746.]

e

O

I

109. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to ivory-white, of type On 2. the base is the prenomen of USERTSEN II, deepl)' cut, surrounded by ten annules. Xllth dynasty. Length, fg. in. [No. 45418.]

D

O

^ q

^'^

110.

Glazed

steatite

Scarab, of

tj-i^e

D

2,

faded

to

white,

inscribed

with
II

the signs

W, which

O

are probably intended

for

the prenomen of

UsERTSEN

border.

(Kh.A-KHEPER-R.a). Very deeply cut, and enclosed within an elaborate plaitBroken at toji. Xllth dynasty. Length, 2 in. [No. 40172.]
111.

Blue glazed steatite Scarab, ui type L 2, with arched back, faded to the base is inscribed a modification of the prenomen of USERTSEN II between ideographs of " stability." Xllth dynasty. Length, 1/; in.
white.

On

'

i;

[No. 42866.]

Glazed steatite Scarab, of type D 2, faded to grey. On the base are ideographs of " gold," " life," " increase," " goodness," and the name of king Kh.a-kheper-[Ra], (USERTSEN II). XI Ith dynasty. Length, tV i"112.

inscribed the

[No. 39860.]
113. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type E 2, inscribed with the ideograms of " gold," " kingship of Upper and Lower Egypt," etc., surrounding the prenomen of USERTSEN II, Kha-KHEPER-[R.a], Neb-NEFERUI, "lord of the two beauties," the latter title being in a cartouche. Xllth dynasty. Length, |-^ in. [No. 1767Z-]

S^^

B 2

^

j

12

CATALOGUK OF SCARABS, CYLINDER-SEALS,
114.

ETC.

[114-124

Green
r-RUi

jrlazed

steatite

Scarab, of

tj'pe

F

3,

inscribed

(UsKRTSEN II), between two hawks above the wintjed solar dis'k, below which is the roj-al name Ra(?)-kheper, in a cartouche between two uraei, wearing the Red Crown, whose tails join above the cartouche Xllth dvnastx
T «.-..^*-'U Leneth,

Neb-nei

with the

ro\-al

name(?)

U
I 1

:„

-

-

[Xo.
_

1

74

1

8.

115.

Green glazed
I

steatite Scarab, of

signs

Kha-NEFERUI, between two
or II) and
d>'nasty.

U.SERTSEN

XI Ith

type The base is inscribed with the 4. //S-av^ns (possibly a mingling of appellations of within a spiral border. Poor cutting. Back chipped,
in.

D

^-^.-v

Length, |

Anastas/

Collection,

1

839.

Petrie

:'

i-lr ^'

f—}
-"

Hist. Scarabs,

5

1

3.

V—

[X0.4148.]
116. Glazed steatite Scarab, of tvpe A 2, faded to white, inscribed on the base with a compound prenoincn_ R.A-KA-KILA-KHKPER-nuk (USERTSE.M I, II, and III, and Amexemhat II), and with ideograms of "king.ship," "life," and "goodness." Rude stj'le. Xllth dynasty. Length, ,-'L i„. [No.
117. (ilazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of

39458.]

U ^ O ® Q T ^ T ^
f Length,
I in.

f

^

I

tjpe

D

2,

inscribed with part of a

royal prenomen, eg, within a double beaded border.

Xllth dynasty.

[No. 48738.]

Blue glazed steatite Scarab, of t\-pe E 2, inscribed with an imitation prenomen of a king, probably USERTSEN II or III, surrounded b\- ideograms symbolizing the "two lands," i.e.. Upper and Lower Eg\-pt. Part of' back broken off. XI Ith dynasty {?). Length, [No. 40689.] ,% in.
118.
'

A ^

There
119.

is

a possibility that this scarab

may

be of Uatchkar.^ (see Nos. 231

AH.

V
U
'^

Blue glazed steatite Scarab, of type A-C 2, with strongly curved prothorax, inscribed with the prenomen of king UsERTSEN (Senusert) III,'©, Kha-KA[u]-R.\.

Xllth

dynast)-.

Length,

A in.

[No. 37651.]

120. Green glazed steatite Scarab^ of type the prenomen of USERTSEN I, Kha-KA-Ra. Xllth dynasty. Length, y^ in.
Ith

D

2,

Head broken

faded to «hite, inscribed off. Fine work. [No. 42440.]

O

121. Blue glazed steatite Scarab, of rounded t\-i3c 2, with the legs blocker out, inscribed with the prenomen of USERTSEN III, Kil^-KA-R:\ Xllth dvnast\

A

L^"gt'i'

^

'"•

[No. 32467.

122. Glazed steatite Scarab, of tj-pe

G

2,

faded to grey, inscribed with

the

prenomen of UsERTSEN III Kha-KAUI-Ra), within a scalloped border From the Xlth dynasty Temple, Der al-Bahari. XI Ith dynasty. Length, jin. Presented by the Egypt Exploration Fund, 1904. [No." 41 139.]
(

123. Blue glazed steatite Scarab, of tyjje

prenomen of USERTSEN III, Kh.\-k.\-Ra, in a cartouche, surrounded by the signs of "kingship," "increase," "fertility," "life," " beaut\'," and "lordship!" Xllth d\-nasty. Length, [i in.

D

2,

inscribed with

the

[No. 32365.]
124. Bluish-green glazed steatite Scarab, of type F-G i, in.scribed with the III (Kha-Ka[u]-Ra), with figures of the hawk of Horus, each holding the ;«««/-feather, the figure of the protecting hawk with outstretched wings, and imitation prenomens. X Ilth d\-nast>-, or later. Length, | in [No. 40690.

prenomen of king UsERTSEN

'

125-1341

UStRTSEN

It,

USKRTSEiSf

III.

125. Glazed steatite Scarab, of type On the base 2, faded to brown. corrupt form of the prenomen of Kha-KAU-Ra, Usertsen III (?) with tlie symbols of "majesty" and the uraeus of Lower Eg\-pt.

D

is

inscribed a

Xllth

d}nast\-, or later.

Length, f

in.

[No. 40678.]

126. Glazed steatite Scarab, of type
the

G

i,

faded to

ivorj- white, inscribed

with
f
1

prenomen of USERTSEN IH, Kha-KA[u-Ra], with the graphs of "life" and "kingship." Xllth dynasty. Length,

ideog

in.

M Q [No.
1
1

^"^-fts^^

\^^s^^

39463-]
.'^^^^

^

127. Glazed steatite Scarab, of type A-D i, with elaborately cut back and legs blocked out faded to brown. On the base is inscribed "Stable is the Red Crown of Kh.\-KA-[Ra] (Usert.SEN III)," with the Length, | in. uraeus and wt'/'-sign. Xllth d)-nast\", or later.
;

q "T"
[_j
(^

c/

t^

[No. 42285.]
128. Blue-green glazed steaschist Cartouche-Plaque, inscribed on both sides with

prenomen of UsERTSEN III. On each side of the Hd-sign is a on one side. Xllth d_\nast)'. Length, i in. Loftie Essaj\ Uv.
the
:

scallop.

Chippc

[No. 24125
129. Blue-green

glazed
III

steatite

Cartouche-Plaque, inscribed on both sides with the

G
prenomen of UsERTSEN

u

Q.

Worn.

Xllth djnasty.

Length,

in.-

[No. 48916.]

130. Glazed steatite Cartouche-Plaque, of long, thick form on both sides is inscribed the prenomen of USERTSEN III, Kha-KAU-R.\. [No. 43005.] Xllth dynasty. Length, J in.
;

U
5§^J^ "
^^'^

Green glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t}'pe A 3, archaistic, Xllth d}-nasty A 2 on the base is incorrectl}- inscribed "king of Upper and Lower Egypt, Kha-KAU-R.A (Usertsen III)." XXVIth dynast)'.
131.

imitating

;

Length,

| in.

[No. 48823.]
132. Glazed steatite Scarab, of t\'pe

A

8,

faded to brown, inscribed with the prenomen
dynastv.

O
of

Usertsen

III,

U

Q,

Kha-KA[u]-Ra.

_

XXVIth

Length, y^

in.

[No. 40676.]

133. Light blue faience Scarab, of type III, Kha-ka-Ra (Xllth dynasty). Loftie Essay, Iv.

A

8,

Usertsen
:

XXVIth

inscribed with the prenomen of dynasty. Length, in.

^

[No. 24126.]
134. Glazed steatite Scarab, of elongated fiat type the prothora.x 8 treated to resemble the solar disk with outstretched wings. On the base is ® an inscription, partially re-cut, containing the prenomen of USERTSEN III, Kh.^-KA-Ra, with the signs lietep-ka, between two uraei wearing the crowns of Upper and Lower Egypt respectively, with their tails joined L_l above the inscription. Above is a sphinx, couckant, holding the sign =2=
;

A

is

elaborately

S

%-.%1m.^

:

0,

with an uraeus over

its

back.
in.

Much

worn.

Xllth dynasty

;

re-cut in

'

the Saite Period.

Length, \\

[No. 32272.]

14

CATALOGUE OF SCARABS, CVLINDER-SEALS,
;

ETC.
st\-lc-,

[135-142
rcscmhliii!.

135. Glazed steatite ram-lieadcd Scarab, of type A <S cliims\the base is cut a cartouche containinij the prenomeii of USERTSEN III (Kha-ka-Ra), with the protecting hawk, between a winged solar disk and the «^^-sign. Saite Periorl.

On

N<

Length,

i

in.

[No. 42342.]

136. Light blue faience Scarab, of type imitation of the prenomen of UsERTSEN III
dj'nasty.

A

8,

inscribed with an
d_\-nasty).

(Xllth

Length,

I

in.

137. Blue glazed .steatite Scarab, (jf t\'pe K 2, inscribed witli the prenomen of the kings Kh.\-KA[u]-R.\ (Usertsen III) and AuAbr.a (Heru), and the symbols of stability and good luck. Xllth d\'nasty. Length, § in. [No. 37652.]
Cattilogite

For similar scarabs see Legrain, Annales of the Meux Collection, p. 196, No. 376

dtt
;

sfrTicc des Antu/iiitcs, \'l, Hist. Kg., iii, p. 77.

137

;

Budge,

138. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type D-E, inscribed with of king Au-ab Her (?) in a cartouche between two uraei and two hawks, above the signs kliepcr-neb, between two Red Crowns^ (Same style as others, which are probably of the reign of Usertsen III.) Part of the back broken off. Xllth dynasty,

the

name

Length,

-^^

n.

[No. 28813.]

VI, V
(^,
O
1

139. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type IC 2, inscribed with a formula suggested by the prenomen of king Heru (Her), to which are added symbols of "good luck," "life," etc. Xllth dynast}-. Length, ^ in. [No. 39430.]

If

^

|

•^''

i

25
]

140. Blue glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t)-pe

D

2,

with

two palm branches incised on the wing-cases. On the base is inscribed the name of king Her, between two uraei, and abo\-e the «t7'-sign. Xllth d}'nasty. Length, \ in.
[No. 39690.]

141.
tj'pe

Glazed

steatite

Scarab (glaze

entire!)'

rubbed

off),

of

O

D-E 2, inscribed " Lord of the Two Land.s, (Amenemhat III), living for ever," surrounded by
of kingship.
f
in.

N-iM.\.\

T-Ra

the symbols

LTpper part broken

off.

Xllth dynasty.

Length,
'Si^.

[No. 37655.]

vav
142. Blue-green glazed steatite Scarab, of tj'pc E 2, inscribed with the prenomen III, N-MAAT-R.A, in a double-lined cartouche between two iitcJiats and two bees, beneath the sign of the " North," between two ideographs of " princedom," and above an ankh-%\^n in a cartouche between two Red Crowns. Xllth dynasty. Length, | in. Y&tr\&: Hist. Scarabs, 261. [No. 3931.] of

Amenemh.\T

I

143-1511

USERTSEN

III,

AMENEMHAT

III.

15

of

143. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type G 2, inscribed uitli the Ne-MAAT-R.\, in a cartouche with the III, «riJ-sign below, placed between two Red Crowns. Xllth dynasty. o ^ Loftie Essay, lix. Length, f in. [No. 24130.]

prenomen

Amen1':mhat

W

:

prenomen of

144. Blue glazed steatite Scarab, of type A Amenemhat III. X Ith dynasty.

2,

inscribed
|-

with the
in.

a^^a^

,<^

Length,

[No. 40686.]

J^
^>
r^n

^^

'-^^
'•'

145. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 2, inscribed with the prenomen of Amenemh.\T III. Xllth dynasty. Length, | in.

[No. 42970.1
146. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type

A

2,

Amenemhat

III.

Thickglaze.

Xllth dynasty

(?J.

Length,

inscribed with the prenomen of Loftie £"jj-flj', Iviii. ^ in.
:

^^"^
a

o

[No. 24129.]

147. Glazed steatite -Scarab, faded to ivory-white, of type D 2, inscribed Xllth the prenomen of Amenemh.^T III, within a cable border. dynasty (?). Length, \\ in. Loftie Essay, Ivii. [No. 24128.]

with

.^'

^^

j;"

f.

:

Wk
148. Blue-green glazed steatite Bar, with On each of large perforation, faded to brown. the two broader faces is the seal inscription
"

-ip

Ne-maat-Ra (Amenemhat III), for ever." On each of the narrower
zigzag design.

giving
faces
b}i:

life
is

a
in.

Xllth

d)-nast\'.

i^

in.

by

At

I in.

[No. 40684.]

and

149. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of type .A 3, with pointed prothorax, legs, deeply cut, inscribed with the prenomen of Amenemhat III (Xllth dynasty).
I

XVI

ith

dynasty

(?).

Length, |

in.

[No. 32435.]


i6

CATALOGUE OF SCARABS, CYLINDER-SEALS,
152. Glazed
steatite

ETC.

[152-157

Covvroid,
III
;

with
the
in.

prenornen of

Amenemhat
dynasty.

last

rope border, faded to white, inscribed sign is curiously elongated. ,., [No. 40685.]
H

with

the

XlXth-XXth

'Length,

i

->

...

153. Glazed steatite Bead-Plaque, with one side convex, faded to grev side is inscribed "Amen-Ra, Lord of the Two Lands"; on the flat side is the prenomen of Amenemh.AT 111, within a rectangular border; the last sign is elongated, as in No. 152, and the tw^o objects were probably made by the same man.

On

the convex

XLXth-XXth

dynasty.

Length, \

in.

;

width,

-('-^

in.

Petrie

:

Hist. Scarabs, 263.

[No. 3930.]

154. Blue faience Scarab, of elongated type bk 7, with the head treated to resemDie Amen-ram, with solar disk on head. On the back r © © is cut a cartouche containing the signs Ra-NEFER; on the base 1'iyA / is inscribed the prenomen of Amenemhat III, confused with that of Amenemhat IV, N-Ma.at-Kheru-Ra {sic) (Xllth ^-\ ^ d\-nasty). The confusion has arisen out of the peculiar ^= elongated cutting of the sign c^, which we have seen in Nos. 152 and 153 V. this has become confused with the =-e> k/icni of the prenomen ol Amenemh.AT IV. XlXth-XXth dynasty. Length, J in. Petrie: Hist. Scarabs, 264 (base only). [Xo. 16754.]
that of an

D

-,

1

1

155. Glazed

steatite

Scarab,

inscribed

with

an

imitation
yiy in.

of

the

prenomen of Amenkmh.at IV (Xllth dynasty), with the name of the
crocodile-god Sebek.

Probably Saite Period.

Length,

[No. 40437-]

G
156. Blue (?) paste Plaque, with rounded ends, faded to |)urple. the obverse is inscribed a combined prenomen of kings of the Xllth dynasty, Ra-kheper-KA-KH.\, above the «f/;-sign. On the reverse is R.\-K.A-KH.\, in a cartouche, betw'cen two wrtrf/- feathers. Slightly chipped. XXVIth dynasty. Length, \ in. Petrie Hist. Scarabs, 195. [No. 16743.]

On

lal

:

(]

157. Glazed steatite Scarab, of t\-pe B, inscribed " Good God, Sekhem-seuatch-taui-Ra Sebek-hetep (II), living for ever, born of the king's mother Auhetabu." Xlllth dynasty. in. Length, breadth, f in. Newberry: Scar.ibs, PI. X, 3.
i
;

[No. 30506.]

158-165]

AMENEMHAT

III

TO SEBEK-HETET

III.

17 <2>-

158. Green glazed .steatite .Scarab, of t)'pe B, with arched back, inscribed "Good God, Kha-.sesiies-Ra (Nefer-HETEP), son of the divine father Ha-ankli-f." Xlllth dynasty. Length, If in. Anastasi Collection, 1839. Petrie Hist. Scarabs, :iC)A,. [No. 3933.]
:

G

m
f
J

Scarab, faded to white, of type B, inscribed •'Good God, Kha-SESHE.S-Ra, son of the divine father Ha-ankh-f" Xlllth dynasty. Length, i in. width, f in. Loftie Essay, Ixii. [No. 24133.]
steatite
;
:

159. Glazed

160. Green glazed steatite
dynast}-.

.Scarab,

"Good God, Kha-SESHL.S-R.\, son
Length,
|-

faded to white, of t\'pe B, inscribed of the divine father Ha-ankh-f." Xlllth

in.

Andretus

Collection, 1848.

[No. 3932.]

161. Glazed steatite Scarab, of type G 3, flat, faded to white, inscribed with the name of king Nefer-HETEP (?), and the ideographs of "royalty" and "gold." Xlllth dynast}-. Length, j in. [No. 39834-]

iTr
4^4

f^^

162. Glazed steatite Scarab, of t}-pe B, faded to yellow, inscribed " Son of the Sun, NefeR-HETEP, born of the king's mother Kema." Xlllth d}'nasty. Length, ^ in.
'

[No. 37660.]

Nefer-HETEP, born
f
in.
,

163. Glazed steatite Scarab, of t}'pe B, faded to white, inscribed " Good God, of the king's mother Kema." Xlllth dynasty. Length,

[No. 40695.]

Sebek-HKTEP, born

164. Blue glazed steatite Scarab, of t}-pe B, inscribed "Son of the Sun, ^'v^ of the king's mother Kema." Roughly cut. Xlllth dynasty. \^j:^-^ Length, i-l in. Atidrews Collection, I'&^'i. Newberry: Scarabs, ¥1. -a, g. 4.^-"

[No. 3934.]

165. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded
inscribed

to white, of type glaze.

B-E

i,

"Good God, Kh.A.-XEFER-R.\ (Sebek-HETEP
Nacreous

III),

of the divine father Ha-ankh-f."

XHIth

son dynasty,

Length, f

in.

[No. 30508.]

8

1

CATAI.OGUK OF SCARABS, CYLINDER-SEALS, ETC.

[166 175

166.

Deep

KILA.-NEKER-RA (Sebek-HETEP Xlllth d\'nasty. Length, -^ in.

blue glazed steatite .Scarab, of type 15, inscnbcd III), son nf llie divine father

"Good Gcd,
I.Ia-ankh-f."

1J
G
5

U
God,

[Xo. 40697.]

167. Deep blue glazed steatite .Scarab, of type 15, inscribed "Good God, Kn.\-NEFER-RA, in. Length, [Xo. 40696.] son of the divine father Ija-ankh-f." Xlllth dynast\-.
;-

168. Glazed
I

steatite

Kma-NEFER-Ra, son
in.

Scarab, faded to brown, of the divine father Ha-ankh-f "

of
:

type

B,

inscribed

"

Good

as before.

Xlllth dynasty.

Length,

[No. 30507.]

169. Blue
-I

glazed

steatite

Scarab,

of type

Bfpi,
:

much worn,
as before

Kil\-NEFER-R.\, son of the divine father I.Ia-ankh-f "
in.

Xlllth

inscribed "Good God, d)-nasty. Length,

[No. 29992.]

170. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type B, inscribed "'Good God, Kha-NEFER-R.A., son of the divine father Ha-ankh-f." Xll 1th d\-nast\'. Length, [No.
^^2313.-]

*Ji^>^,^

^^-2.'

^^g^'

171. Glazed .steatite Scarab, of type B-G, faded to grey, inscribed "Good God, KlL\NEFER-R.A, son of the divine father Ha-ankh-f" Xlllth dvnast\'. Length, i in.

[Xo. 37656.]

"Good God, Kil\-NEFER-R.A,

On the base is inscribed 172. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to grey, of tj'pe B-E. son of the divine father Ha-ankh-f." The greater part of the [Uo 48687.] back is broken off. Xlllth dynasty. Length, i in.

173. Blue-green glazed steatite Scarab, of type B, inscribed " Good God, KlL\-i\EFER-R.\, son of the divine father

Ha-ankh-f."

Xlllth djnasty.

Length, ^

in.

*»i^ .'-^ '^''.'"'^
'i5^.'.>A/,

JT^/^

[Xo. 37657.]

174. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type L 2, in its original pale gold, or electrum, mount as the bezel of a ring. The lower part of the base has been broken anciently, and a piece of gold, or electrum, laid across the broken portion. Inscribed with the prenomen of Sebek-HETEP 111, Kh.\-NEFER-R.\, with the sign s/uvi substituted for that of R-\, within a spiral border. Xlllth [No. 17934.] dynasty. Length, -^ in. Haj/ Collection, 1868. A

^

On the back is cut a 175. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type G i. two stalks, and on the base is inscribed the prenomen of SEBEK-HKTi';i' III, O Kila-NEFER-Ra, between two ideographs of " life " and two of " fertility." Xlllth dynasty. Length, § in, Newberry: Scarabs, V\, y., I'iv f ?
1

lily

with

Q
h

1

z;?^, l^-^^K
Tf'*/»'i'

[No. 25554.]

I

I

W'#i

176-186]

SEBEK-riETEP

III.

19
fish

176. Glazed steatite Plaque, with back modelled in the shape of a
inscribed with the names of king Kiia-NEFER-Ra SebekHETET III (Xlllth dynasty). Ramesside Period. Length, | in.

;

faded to white,

©

Q

T

[No. 43007.]

^

(^

.

.^^

<'»^^

gj|j^,y^:
ij-i

177. Glazed steatite Scarab, of t\'pe A 4, faded to white, inscribed Nacreous glaze. with the names of Kiia-NEFER-Ra SEP.EK-HETEP (III). [No. 38575.] Ramesside Period. Length, -^ in.

^0

©

T

I

y^

\\

"^

178. Glazed steatite Scarab, of type

A

3,

names of king Kh.A-NEFEK-Ra Sehek-HETEP

(III).

faded to brown, inscribed with the Ramesside Period. Length,
[No. 37658.]

^.x

ik

179. Glazed steatite Scarab, of type

A

3,

names of king Kiia-XEFER-Ra Sebek-HETEP.

faded to brown, inscribed with the Ramesside Period. Length, § in. [No. 41874-]

.V5^K
'

f^"^*!*)

\^Q

180. Green

glazed

steatite
(III).

Scarab, of type

A

NEFER-Ra Sebek-IIETEP

Ramesside Period.

to brown, inscribed Kll.I3, faded Length, .Wn. Loftie Essirj, Ixiv.
:

[No. 24135.]

181.

Green glazed

steatite .Scarab, of t)'pe
(III).

A, faded to

grej',

with arched back,

;:^^Sit\

inscribed

Kiia-NEFER-Ra Sebek-HETEP

Ramesside Period.

Length, y''jt i"[No. 32434-]

i^

182. Glazed steatite Scarab, of type

A

3,

KilA-NEFEK-R.\ Sebek-HETEP

(III).

Ramesside Period.

faded to white, inscribed with the names of Length, in. [No. 40377.]
-j-'j.

183. Glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 3, with legs blocked out, faded to brown, mscribed Ramesside Period. Length, h in. wiih the names of Kii.\-NEFER-Ra Sebek-HETEP (III). [No. 38694.]

Sebek-HETEP

184. Blue glazed steatite Scarab, inscribed with the (III). Ramesside Period. Length, A in.

names of KnA-NEFER-l\..\
[No. 40693.]

striated

185. Glazed steatite Scarab, of type faded to brown, inscribed with
;

Kii.\-NEFER-R.\ Sebek-HETEP.

with the upper sides of the legs corrupt form of the royal names Ramesside Period. Length, in. [No. 42240.]
3,

A
a

QJ
"^^
^"'iJ

I-

186. Glazed steatite Scarab, of t\ pe 3, the glaze has faded to brown the less exposed parts; in.scribed with the royal name Sebek-HETEP (Xlllth dynasty). Ramesside Period. Length, i in. [No. 42307.]
in

A

^n

^^
C 2

'^

l*'**^

:

;

20

CATALOr.UE OF SCARABS, CYLINDER SKALS, ETC.
187. Gla/.ed steatite Scarab, of type XI I Ith dynasty. Length,

[187-196

A
[:

3,

faded to white, in.scribed with the
[No.

SEKiiK-UKTKr.

in.

name of y-^ 40694.] -^^
<=,D

188. Glazed steatite Scarab, of type L i, flat, with legs blocked out, faded to white, inscribed with the name of Sebek-HETEP, enclosed within a border of annules. Ramesside Period. Length, -^ in. [No. 40722.]
189. Glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 8, faded to brown, inscribed XXVIth dynasty. with an imitation of the royal name Sebek-HETEP. [Xo. 32478.] Length, f in.

^i't^l

-^^^
^''l

190. Faience Scarab, of t>'pe .\ 8, faded to brown, inscribed with an XX\'Ith dynasty. Length, imitation of the royal name SEBEK-HETEP. [No. 24134.] Loftie Essttj', Ixiii. f!g- in.
:

^_^^
n

^i p^

^*'S'5t^
-'

Green faience rectangular Plaque. On tlie convex side is cut, in on a pedestal in the form of a p}'lon above him is a pkint spray, over his head is the solar disk, and before him is an uracus. On the flat side is the name (?) Sebek-HEIEP, or the
191.
rehef, a figure of a kriosphinx, couchant,

sentence "Offering to Sebek,"
I

y^,

incised.

XXVIth

dynasty.

Length,

in.

[No. 41865.]
<*js;;

name

192. Glazed steatite Hedgehog Scaraboid, faded to brown, inscribed with the shog Length, -/-; in. [No. 42832.] of Sebek-HETEP. Saite I 'eriod.

(]
I

T^

circular base

On the 193. Green faience Negro-head Scaraboid, faded to purple. is the name of Sebek-HETEP (in imitation of the royal name of the XI I Ith dynasty), or the inscription "Offering to Scbek." From Kameiros (Rhodes), 1861. XXVIth dynasty. Diameter, y^^ in.

«v M

°^^
17.]

[No. 61-4-25,

On 194. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type G 3. the base is cut the prenomen of Sebek-hetep IV (Kha-hetep-Ra),
'

I

S
U
I

garbled

(?).

Xlllth

d\-nasty.

Length, ji

G

in.

[No. 399«2.]

195. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type B, inscribed " Good God, Mer-NEFER-Ra (Ai I)." Xlllth dynasty. Lengtli, ^ in. Pctric [No. 16567.] Hist. Scarabs, 328.

O

cr^o"

1

196. Blue-green

glazed
I)."

steatite

Scarab,

Mer-NEFER-Ra (Ai

Xlllth dynasty.

of type B, inscribed Length, \ in.

"Good God,
[No
29229.]

197-205]

MER-XEFER-RA
steatite
I)."

AI

I.

TO QUEEN NUBTI-HETErTI.
B-G, faded to Length, j^ in.
white,
inscril)ed
"

21

197. Glazed

Scarab,

of

type

Good God,
,"

Mer-NEFER-Ra (Ai

XII Ith

d\-nasty.

[No. 37659.]

Mer-NEFER-K.\."

198. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type B-G, inscribed XI I Ith dynasty. Length, in.
-^

"

Good God,

|

[No. 48945-]
J
199. Blue glazed steatite Scarab, of type Length, |^ in. dynasty.
B, inscribed "

Good God, Mer-NEFER-Ra."
[No. 40698.]

XI I Ith

name

200. Glazed steatite Scarab, of type B-E, faded to white, inscribed with the Xlllth dynasty. Length, J in. of king Mer-KIIE1'ER-R.\.
[No. 42204.]

"King's

201. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type B, inscribed Length, \% in. XI 1 1th dynasty. Wife, S.\T-Sebek." Cf. [No. 32265.] Newberr}-, Scai-abs, PI. xii, 6.

'

^

/.v^=X ;

1
"

c?
-T-c-

202. Blue-green glazed steatite Scarab, of type B-E, inscribed King's Great Wife, joined to the Beauty of the White Crown,

Anna."

The name
III.;

is

in

a

cartouche.

(Anna was
| in.

the

wife

of

Sebek-HE'IEP

Xlllth dynasty.

Length,

5J

<e=<

[No. 32311.]

striations

203. Glazed steatite Scarab, of t\'pe B, faded to white the on the legs resemble beaded lines. Inscribed " King's Great Wife, joined to the Beauty of the White Crown, ResuNEFER." Xlllth dynasty. Length, ^ in. [No. 32291.]
;

C
6^

III

in
204. Blue glazed steatite Scarab, of t3'pe B, inscribed 1

Q o

T /I

I

|

,-^-^

"the

King's

Wife, joined to the Beaut)- of the

White Crown,
Scarabs,

.Seni;-

HENA-S."

Xlllth

dynast)-.

Length,

4

in.

<^.

Newberry

:

V\. -Km, ^0.

[No. 40700.]

]
205. Glazed steatite Scarab, of type B, faded to white, inscribed "King's Wife and Mother, NUBTI-IIETEPTI," within an interrupted spiral border. Late Middle Kingdom. Length, i in. [No. 40699.]

^

^
]fl

22

CATALOGUE OF SCARABS, CVLINDER-SEAI,S,
206. Gla/.cd
.steatite
'^

ETC.
"

[206-211

Scarab, of type
"fe:^

15,

faded to brown, inscribed

Kind's Dauj^htt
in.

NEirr-TEi'-AMiiT," 1

©5^1.

XI

I

Ith

dynasty.

Lcn-tli,

j

;

[No. 40672.]

207. Blue glazed steatite Scarab, of t^-pe B, with the legs roughly striated, inscribed " Ro},-al Daughter (sic-), Rensenb," between .symbols of " life " and " stabilit}-." Brilliant glaze. XII Ith dynasty. Length, in. [No. 28126.]
i

n
-J
"

n

T

^^/:S^

f
Son
of the
;:

208. Glazed
Sun,
C/.
:

steatite Scarab, faded to white, of ty[je

D

2,

inscribed

SlIENES UAn-.\NKH." Newberry Sarruds, PI. .x,

Chipped.
28.

Late Middle Kingdom.

Length, in. [No. 32392.]

209. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type
the
roj'al

L

2,

name Kh.^-SEBEK-Ra
b>^
/•«.

surrounded by the ideographs of

(?) in a double-lined " kingship," " life,"

inscribed with cartouche,
" beautj-,"

I

and

n

and surmounted
Petrie
:

the sign N/s/. Scam/'s, 354.

Xlllth

dynast}-.

Length, l in. [No. 17265.]

T
J

Presented by John Kirkpatrick, Esq., 1852.

212-218]
"

SENBMAIU, SEBEKEMSAF, NUB-KHEPER-RA ANTEF.
ov^er his
:

mouth as an incantation heart of my mother my heart of my heart of my existences, may naught stand up to bear witness as an enemy " against me before the judges. Made over the Osiris king Sebekemsap', justified." [No. 7876-] Xlllth-XVIIth dynasty. Length of scarab, in plinth, i in. by i in.

To

be said
;

My

;

"

mother

my

ij

;

i;

Birch: [Synopsis (Brit. Mus.) 1848), p. 232; Budge: T/ic Mummy, p. 235. This is the funerary scarab of a king Sebekemsaf (I or II), of the Xlllth-XVIIth dynasty, and is said to have been found with the mummy-case of king Nub-kheper-Ra Antef, also in the British Museum (No. 6652 Birch Ag. Zts., vii, p. 53). The evidence of the scarabs seems to be in favour of placing the Sebekemsafs in the XVIIth dynasty, with the later Antefs, rather than, as Pieper {Kdnige ^7i'isc'ic/i dfin Alien iind Nciicn RcicJi, p. 11) and Meyer {Naclitrdgc ziir agyptischcn CJironolflgic (Ahliandl k preiiss. A/cad., 1907), p. 32) maintain, in the Xlllth dynasty before the Sebeklieteps. In any case, the style of this scarab definitely points to the XVIIth rather than the beginning of the Xllltli dynasty. It will be noticed that, in accordance with a superstition peculiar to the Old and Middle Kingdoms, the legs of the bird hieroglyphs are omitted, so that they should not run away from This custom is commonly found on ushabti figures the amulet, and so damage the magic of the inscription.
;

:

.

and

in

tomb

inscriptions of the

Middle Kingdom.

the

212. Blue glazed steatite Scarab, of type D 2, on which is cut prenomen of Nub-kheper-Ra Antef, surrounded by two Fine work. jiraei on «r/;-signs and two ideographs of " beauty." Xlllth-XVIIth dynasty. Length,! '" I'etrie Hist. Scarabs, 157. [No. 4138.]
:

4
1

°^
•|

.r^s-^"

("WT^

213. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type G 2, inscribed with the prenomen of the signs of " beaut\%" "kingship," and Xlllth-XVIIth dynasty. Length, j in. the ka. [No. 27052.]

Nub-kheper-Ra Antef, surrounded by

214. Glazed steatite Scarab, of type E 2, faded to white, inscribed with ideograms of "life," "good luck," "increase," "stability," "kingship," etc., systematically arranged about the name of Nub-KHEPER-Ra Antef in the centre. Nacreous glaze X 1 Ith-XVIIth dynasty. Length, fi in.
1

[No. 39927-]
215. Glazed steatite Scarab, of type

G

3,

faded to white.
(?),

On

the base

is

inscribed

the

name

of king

Nub-KIIEPER-Ra Antef

and "double

life."

Xlllth-XVIIth
[No. 39965-]

li^ ^ ^
-f

dynasty.

Length,

W

in.

^

216. Glazed steatite Scarab, of type 2, faded to white, inscribed with, possibl}-, a modification of the prenomen of NUBKHEPER-R.\ Antef, with the symbols of "life" and "lordship,"
repeated.

D

.^

L^=J

.^

__^

^
rcn

_^
il

Xlllth-XVIIth dynasty.
'

'

^ Length, ^

in.

T

T

[No. 30501.]

217. Blue-green glazed steatite Scarab, of type On the base is 3. inscribed a modification of the prenomen of NuB-KHEPER-R.\ Antef, in " which the sign tiefer is substituted for that of Rd, with the sign of " life between two nefer-signs below, surrounded by a spiral border. Fine work.

D

Xlllth-XVIIth dynasty.

Length, ^

in.

[No. 32565.]

the

218. Blue glazed steatite Scarab, of type B, faded to brown. base is inscribed (probably a corrupt form of) the name

On
of

Nub-KHEPER-Ra Antef,
and two symbols of
" life,"

with the sign

I

for

G between two

tiraa',

XVIIth

dynasty.

within a two-stranded coil border. XlllthLength, J-g- in. [No. 4070 1.]

24

CATALOGUE OF SCARABS, CVLINDER-SEALS,

ETC.

[219-228

219. (jlazed steatite Scarab, of t}'pe E 2, faded to wliite, inscribed with a compound prenoinen of the Xllth dynasty, or that of NuBkiiei'EK-Ra Antef (XIIIth-X\'IIth dynasty), with symbols of
"

royalty," "life," " beaut}-," etc.

Middle Kingdom.

Length, in. [No! 25557.]

^

-^

ft?

-^

220. Glazed

human
free

face

and a

steatite Scarab, faded to white, with a long, flat body, with wing-cases marked, cut
is

from the base, on which
"kingship,"

inscribed a modification of the
"life."

prenomenof Nub-KHEPER-Ra Antef (?), with the ideographs
of "stability,"

1^0
rwH [No. 32428.]
;

and

Middle

Kingdoin.

Length, vV

in.

221. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type 2 glaze thick and nacreous. On the base are inscribed the name of king Nub-KIIEPER-Ra Antef (?), and the ideographs of "kingship," " stabilit}-," and "life." Xlllth d_\'nast)' f?).

D

It]

Length,

-j-i

in.

[No. 39420.]

^^1
0.000

222. Glazed steatite Scarab, of type F 2-L 2, faded to white. On the base are cut the ideographs of "gold,"' "beauty," "life," "appearing," "lordship," and the scarabaeus, perhaps containing the prenomen of Nub-KHEPER-[Ra] Antef, or of kings of the Xllth dyna.sty. Middle Kingdom. Length, f in. [No. 42543.] 223. Glazed steatite Scarab, of type 2, faded to white, inscribed with part of the prenomen of Nub-KHEPER-Ra Antjcf (?), with ideographs of " lordship " («^/;), " beauty," and " life." Xlllth-XVIIth dynasty. Length, ji in.
[No. 32345.]

^==^1 | '==^

D

224. Blue glazed steatite Scarab, of type D 2, in as the bezel of a ring. On the base are cut the probably containing the prenomen of Ncb-KHEPEK-Ra Back worn. Xlllth-XVIIth dynasty. Length of scarab, mount, I in.

original

pale gold

mount

symbols

Antef.
without

rw'i
[No. 45465.]

225. Glazed steatite Scarab, of type D i, faded to white. On the prothorax and wing-cases are cut plant-sprays. On the base is inscribed part of the prenomen of Nub-K1IEPER-Ra Antef (?) between two iileographs of " beaut\-." [No. 17440.] XI Ilth-XVIIth dynasty. Length, : in. Presc)!ted by Major-Goi. A. W. //. Mcyrick, 1879.
226. Glazed
possibly the

.steatite

Scarab,

faded

to

white, of type

L-D

2,

inscribed

.V-S^D-VXlllthNo. 38921.]

prenomen

of

NuB-KllErER-RX
jj

Ante.I-

md

the words

"

double

life

XVII Ith

dj-iiasty.

Length,

in.

227. Glazed steatite Scarab, of t>'pe D 2, faded to white. On the back are On the base is inscribed part cut two plant-sprays crossing each other diagonally. of the prenomen of NUB-KIIEPER-R.A Antef (?) between two uraei R j^ '^ in. Fine work. Xlllth-XVIIth dynasty. Length, fWnsn
j:

[No. 30502.]

228. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type
part of
the
X.\\oiinici.

F

2.

On

the base
a

is

prenomen of NUB-KHEPER-[R.\] Antef, between

Rough work.

XI

II

th-X\'l Ith dynasty.

Length,

J in.

^

psri

[No. 48794-]

229 2381

ANTEF NUB-KHEl'ER-RA UATCH-KA-RA.

25

229. Glazed steatite circular Bead-Seal, perforated at the side, and with a dome-shaped back, cut in open-work in the form of a rosette. On the side is a frieze of two antelopes (one with the horns butted forward, the other with them thrown back), a ram, and a calf all crouching. On the'flat ba.se is inscribed the scarabaeussign, surrounded by four ideographs of gold possibh' a

/<^.

:

:

play upon the prenomen of Antkf Xl'1!-khi:pek-R.a. Very fine work. Xlllth-XVIIth dynasty. Diam., A in. " [No. 17890.]
f

'rtnift

;

230. Bluc-grecn glazed steatite .Scarab, with the upper part of the base broken off. The inscription contains the prenomen of king [MentuEM-.SAUl'] Tetui-.\NKH-R.a, within a border of interlaced spirals. XlllthXVI Ith dynasty. Length, I in. [No. 40687.]

231. Blue glazed steatite Scarab, of type B, with the legs beaded. Inscribed Uatcm-KA-NEFEK, possibly a form of the royal name Uatch-K.'\-R.\, within a spiral border. Fine glaze. Late Middle Kingdom. Length, J in.

[No. 28173.]

232. Glazed steatite Scarab, of type F-L 2, in.scribed " king of Lower Egypt," with the signs Uatch-KA-Uatch, possibly intended for the royal name LTatch-KA-R.\, over the //('/'-sign. One side broken off. L^ncertain [No. 4144.] date. Length, ^ in. 233. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of conventional type, resembling K 2, inscribed with the royal name Uatch-KA-R.A in a cartouche surrounded by the symbols of the winged solar disk, Late Middle King"life," "lord of the two lands," and "gold." dom. Length, 5 in. Loftie Essay, clxii.
:

[No. 24233.]
This king
possible that
is

f^
It

known

only from his scarabs, which must be assigned to this period,

does not seem

233 can be of BocCHORls, whose prenomen was Uatch-ka-Ra.

234. Paste Scarab, faded to pink, of type

F

3,

with legs roughly indicated.
(?).

On

the base are inscribed the signs

o

(?),

prenomen of a king Uatcii-KA-Ra
Length, J^
in.

t;

"7

Late Middle Kingdom.

\n
"

[No. 45595.]

235. Blue glazed steatite Scarab, of type F i, inscribed with the name Uatch-KA-R.\, with ncfcr-s\gx\s. Late Middle Kingdom. [No. 28380.] Length, | in.
royal

O O O
T
i

6

LU 6
j

1

f

236. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type F i, inscribed with the of Uatch-K.A-R.^, with two nefer-s\gns. From the tat-sign springs a line which encircles the lower part of the inscription. Late Middle Kingdom. [No. 27945.] Length, in.

name

"^^

j;

237. Glazed steatite Scarab, of type

F

O
2,

faded to white, in.scribed

"

(king)
t

Uatch-KA-Ra
Length,
| in.

(is)

good

!

",

within a spiral border.

Late Middle Kingdom,
[No. 40276.]

\

j

238. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type
with the

F-G

i

,

rudely inscribed

name

of

Uatch-KA-Ra

spiral line with a volute

from the Upper part of the sign | hangs a broken below the sign LJ. Late Middle Kingdom, Length, | in.
;

[No. 39537-]

26

CATALOGUE OF SCARABS, CYLINDER-SEALS,

ETC.

[239-3 46

On

239. Glazed steatite double Scarab, faded to grey, with legs and wing cases not indicated. the single base is inscribed the title of an official of king ® KllENTCHER, the "Chief Hunter of Aa-kha-Khentcher'" Rough work. Chipped at top. Late Middle Kingdom. B^ ' Length, in. <^:>

q

^^

-^

The
Pieper's rejected

epithet

,\a-kha
of
{GescJi.

of Khentcher

is

identification

him with
Alt"
ii,

the
281).

first

not. new. It is uncertain whether this king was a Hyksos or Hyksos, Salatis {^Kiinige ziviscken dem. M. ii. N.R., p. 31), is

by IMeyer

p.

type D 2. Across the back is cut a plant-spray, inscribed "Good God, Uatciiet (Aseth ?) giving life," with .symbols of "life," etc., on both sides. Cracked, Hyksos Period. Length, J in. Budge: Hist. Eg., ii, 173; New-

240. Green glazed

steatite Scarab, of

-2'

II

n

t

j

4
-|^

berry:

,S(V7/y?/w, PI. xxiii, 8.

"^
^
A
\}\
\ 1

[No. 32319.]
would identify this king with the k(jj]6 of jNIanetho, one of the earliest Hyksos. These kings, from Uatchet to the predecessor of Khi.\n, are known only from scarabs.
I

v^/
*A^!

241. Glazed steatite Scarab, of type

D

2,

faded to grey, inscribed

'*

Good

God, Maa-ai;-R.a, giving
plete spiral border.

life.

'II

=0"

Back chipped.

H)'ksos Period.

Length, ^

in.

[No. 42477.]
1A.1. _Glazed_ steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of type F 2, inscribed "Good God, Maa-AB-Ra, giving life," within an incomplete spiral. Hyksos Period. Length, f in. Loftie Essirj, Ix Newberry Scarabs, PI. xxi, 7 (number misprinted " 24132 "). [No. 2413 l]
: ; :

/
',

'i^'J,^-

^J^-; •?^'^

.'

^'<4-^'i/J

-^i:-^
'^>^ -IS

243. Green glazed

.steatite

Maa-AB-Ra, giving
Length, i
in.

life,"

Scarab, of type F-C, in.scribed "Good God, within an incomplete spiral border. Hyksos Period.

,

*^*'^.l'

[No. 30509.]

"^'^* 'k u;^:^^^'

giving

steatite Scarab, of type F-L 2, in.scribed "Good God, Ma.I-.vb-R.v, within an incomplete spiral border. Hyksos Period. Length, \\ in. ' Budge: 7//jA £>., ii, 166. [No. 32363.]

244. Glazed
life,"

:-.,

.

^^ ^
fit

245. Light blue glazed steatite Scarab, of type L 2, inscribed giving life," within an incomplete spiral border. Nacreous glaze.
fin.

"Good God,
Hyksos

Ma.A-AB-[R.a],

Period.

Length, [No. 32308.]

246. Blue-green glazed steatite Scarab, of type Y 2-C God, 1VL\.a-Ab-R.a, giving life," between borders p q Length, | in. Budge Hist. Eg., ii, r66, •' :

2,
.

inscribed

Hyksos

" Gr P eriod.

3

[No. 32287.]

)^iX J^

247-254]

KHENTCHER, UATCIIET, MAA-AB-RA (EARLV

IIVKSOS).

27

247. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type F 2, faded to brown, inscribed giving life," with the ideogram for "gift" four times Hyksos Period. Length, in. repeated. [No. 40156.]

"Good God, Maa-ab-Ra,

i;

'-hi T
248. Glazed steatite Scarab, of type F 2, faded to brown, inscribed " Good God, Ma.\-.\B-Ra, giving life," between w^/^;--signs. One side chipped. Hyksos Period. Length, || in. Newberry [No. 32320.] Scarabs, PI. x.vi, 3.
:

o

0-

1

At
249. Glazed steatite Scarab, of
t>-pe

F-L

2,

faded to brown, inscribed with the

name

of

Maa-At.-Ra, between

1
'

P
and
'

(?).

Hvksos
'

Period.

Length,

:i

in.

[No. 40738.]

1

r

11
250. Rlue-green glazed steatite Scarab, of type L 2, inscribed " Good God, Ma.A-AB-Ra, giving life," between iieter and «^('r-sign.s. Hyksos Period. Length, \ in. Budge Hist. Eg:, ii, 166.
:

[_,

o
=>

J

[No. 30510.]

T

At
25L Glazed
steatite
life."
life.

Scarab, of type

F

Ma.\-ai;-R.\, giving

On

each side
Period.

is

and the ideograph of

Hyksos

2, faded to grey, inscribed " Good God, a border containing an unknown sign (,"]) [No. 42221.] Length, -j-|- in.

J

^ ¥

252. Glazed steatite Scarab, of type

F

Ma.\T-NER(j/V)-R.^, repeating life," within Period (X\'th dynasty). Length, \ in.

faded to white, in.scribed "Good God, Hyksos on either side. a border
2,
.^ I

^^n

u q

f

[No. 45453-]

^
T

Ii
253. Glazed steatite Scarab, of type F 2, faded to brown, inscribed "God, lord of life, Good God, ALa.a-ab-R.A, giving life; God, lord of life." Hyksos Periorl. Length, f in. [No. 42474.]

v_^ n
\

Af
254. Glazed steatite Scarab, of type F, faded to brown, inscribed God, Ma.\-ab-R.a, giving life," accompanied by signs of " life " and luck." Xnith-XVllth dynasty. Length, -{-i- in.
" "

Good
good
I

^^ f
a

o

*

[No. 37666.]

i

0"

At
D
2

28

CATALOGUE OF SCARABS, CVLINDER-SEALS,
255. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type

ETC.

[255-262

R-F

2,

inscribed

"Good God, Maa-AB-[Ra],
Length,
:,'

giving

life,"
I

J

/ ~^ [\\

^^''^'^

''°"''

I

'^'

Xlllth-XVIth dvnastv.

in.

[No. 37667.]

256. Blue glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of t_\pe F 2. On the base between vertical lines, " Good God, Ma.\-Ab-Ra, giving life," with the symbols of "goodness" and "lordship" on each side (the sign has been corrected from J). Middle Kingdom. Length, ^ in. I'etrie //ist. Sarra/>s, in
is

inscribed,

|

:

;

Budge:

//«/. E^.,

ii,

116.

[No. 172

12.]

257. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type
the royal
title

D

ry^]
2,

clumsily cut, inscribed with

•'J^'ini

'^^

"Good God, Ma.\-ab-Ra,
Length, ^
in.

giving

life,"

and

six I signs

and

a

/ic-/'.

^''(r'.^'

XlllthXX'Ith dynasty.

'^'^S,
[No. 37665.]

^i^f'

258. Glazed steatite Scarab, of type F-L God, Ma.a-ab-Ra, giving life," with the signs n Period. Length, in. ^
:]

2,

in the

faded to brown, inscribed " Good Hyksos border on each side. [No. 42268.]

I

'Good God, Maa-.'\B-[Ra], giving

259. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of type L 2-F, inscribed life." Hyksos Period. Length, | in. [No. 42803.]

4
260. Dark green glazed steatite Scarab, of type G i, with a corrupt form of the name and titles of Maa-AB-Ra, between borders of hieroglj-phics. Hj-ksos Period. Length, ^ in.
inscribed

II
+

f

[No. 32267.]

^
AJ

261. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t)-pe !•" 2, inscribed with the name of Maa-NEB(jzV)-Ra, within a border. Period. 1 Ij'ksos

f

11
o

Length, ^

in.

[No. 45454-J

At
262. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of type G i, inscribed "Son of the Sun, Pepa (APOPIIIS I?;, giving life" (a Hyksos king), between two scallops. Hyksos Period. Length, q in. .hidn'-cvs Co//trf/<>//, 1S4S. J'etrie Nt's/. Sarralfs, So.
:

[No. 3925.]
and not " Shesha," seems certain from the scarabs. It is quite possible that he was identical with Maa-ab-Ra, which is a thione-nanie. He must have been the first Apophis of Manetho. Petrie (///j7. Scarabs, and History, i, p. 103) and Loftie {Essay, p. 8) read the name " Pepa," but identified him with Meri-Ra Pepi of the VUh dynasty Griffith {P.S.B.A., xxii, p. 308), read "Shesha," and was followed by Newberry {Scarabs, p. 150).
That
this

Pepa was a Hyksos, and that

his

name

is

rightly read " Pepa,"

;

263-270]

MAA-AR-RA, PEPA (THE EARLY IIYKSOS).
t\-pe

263. Glazed steatite Scarab, of

G

2.

On

the base

is

inscribed the

name

of a

Hyksos

(?)

king,

"

Son of

tiie

Sun,

I'Ei'A,

giving

life,"

between two borders p.
Length,
{;

^

Nacreous glaze, gone purple and white.

Flyksos Period.

in.

[No. 41858.]

264. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type F 2, inscribed " Son of the Sun, Pei'A, living for ever," within a spiral border. Hyksos Period. Length, ^ in. //aj' Collcctioji, 1868. Petrie Hist. Scarabs, 86.
:

¥
n D

^^fe
;r^lc?^

[No. 16407.]

f:
living for ever";

265. Blue glazed steatite Scarab, of t\-pe Y 2-L 2, inscribed Son of the Sun, Peta, as 264, within a spiral border. Hyksos Period. Length, ^ in. Petrie:
"

Hist. Scarabs, 84.

[No. 3923.]

266. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type L i, inscribed with the name and of a Hyksos king, " Son of the S "Son Sun, Pepa, living for ever," within a spiral H\-ksos Period. Length, \ in. border.
titles s

['^''^^y^'-,

[No. 41862.]

267. Glazed steatite Scarab, of type

L

i,

name and

titles

of a

Hyksos

king, "

Son of the Sun, PepA,
\ in.

faded to white, inscribed with the li\'ing for ever," within

^^J,"^
'i^

'-.

^I/i^J

a spiral border.

H}'ksos Period.

Length,

',^;'^';^'

[No. 41868.]

*^^^y
//\^^r\
wj5ii\.0:^Ai
''

268. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type F 2, inscribed "Son of the Sun, PepA, living for ever," as 265, within a spiral border. Hyk.sos Period.
Length,
|^

in.

[No. 30498.]

^•^^

'-^

'~^

'-

the

269. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type Sun, Pep.A, living for ever," within a borde Length, \ in. Petrie Hist. Scarabs, 74.
:

F
3

2,

inscribed "

Son of
Period.

.•'''^?'^

Hyksos

;:'iig\[T;

3

[No. 39.4.]

|®f
O
is

270. Glazed steatite
inscribed
"

Scarab,

of t}'pe

F

2,

faded

to

white.

On
J
-2-

the base

Son of the Sun,

Pep.\, living for ever," within a border

on either

side.

n D

Hyksos Period (XVth-XVIth dynasty).

Length, |f

in.

[No. 45455.

If:

catalo(u;e of scarabs, cylinder-seals, etc.

[271 279

271. Blue glazed steatite Scarab, of type F 2, inscribed " Son of the Sun, I'EPA, living between two borders of the s}'tnbols of " di\'inity (?) " and "life." Hyksos Period. Length, ;r in. ^ j^ [No. 42603.] Q
for ever,"
j
i

[

:

272. Glazed

steatite

Scarab,

(if

t}-pe

F

2,

faded to brown, inscribed
j^

"Son

of

the Sun, PepA, living for ever," with the signs

on each

side.

Hyksos

I'eriod.

^
A

Length,

ji} in.

^
[No. 42413.]

v^

J

f.
273.
f
in.

]51ue glazed

steatite .Scarab, of t}-pe
I

F

2,

inscrilicd ".Son of the

for ever," within a

Loftie

:

border Essay, xx.

(/;

274j.

Nacreous

glaze.

Sun, J^EPA, living H\-ksos Period. Length,
[No. 22962.]

A

f
Pepa,
living
for

f
F
2,

274. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type
ever,"

inscribed ".Son of the Sun,
-r-

as
g

265,

between two

(?«/-//-signs

and two

k

-signs.

Hyksos

Period.

Length,

in.

[No. 30499.]

'5!:^^

275. Blue glazed steatite Scarab, of t}-pe F 2, inscribed " Son of the Sun, Pepa, giving life," within a border curved inwards, with two ne/a--signs. Slightly chipped. Hyksos Period XV'th-XVIth dynast}-). Length, I in. [No. 45456.]
(

J?:

276. Light blue glazed
flat,

steatite Scarab, faded to

brown, of type

F

2,

inscribed
Period.

"Good God, Sekil\-X-Ra," between two
Length, |
in.

borders jd^

u o
-

Hyksos

Budge:

H/st. Eg.,

ii,

166.

[No. 305

1

1.]

277. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of

t_\-pc

F"

2,

inscribed

"Good God, SEKn.\-N-[RA]," between
Period.

borders
ii,

k.^

.

Rough work.

Hyksos

Q

Length,

i|

in.

Budge

:

Hist. Eg.,

166.

[No. 32342.]

278.

l^lue glazed steatite Scarab, of tj'pe

F-G

i,

inscribed with the pre prenonien

of Skkilv-x-R.\,
]

I

1,

the

Q

is

reversed.

Hj-ksos Period.

Length,

^

in.
''\-

[No. 42933.]

279. Glazed steatite Scarab, of type
with the
dj-nasty.

G

2,

faded to white, inscribed

name

of king Sekil\-X-R.\," between borders
g in.

XlIhh-X\'Hth
[No. 38716.]

>J
Q

Length,

;

280-286]

PEPA, SEKHA-N-RA,
steatite

lAPEQHER (HVKSOS).
of

280. Dark green glazed •'Good God, Sekha-X-Ra,"
Length,
j:

Scarab,

type

G

2,

between
ii,

two

borders.

Hyl<sos

inscribed Period.

"=]

t

lo

in.

Budge

:

Hist. Eg.,

i66.

[No. 38201.1

O "*"

J
281. 15kie glazed steatite .Scarab,
a

of tj'pe
l<ing

G

2.

On

tlie

base
,

is

inscribed

corrupt

form

of

the
(?).

name

of

Sekiia-X-R.\,

1

or

the

name

Saa-iietei'-Ra

Jisic

Hyksos

Period.

Length,

4

in.

O

[No. 42397.]
=

Q
282. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type
the Sun, -Seketi
(?),"

F

2,

inscribed

"

.Son

Length, ^

in.

enclosed within a spiral border. Cf. Newberry: Scarabs, PI. xliv, 8.
Seketi
is

H\-ksos

of Period.

"ZO
—"--

_S^

[No. 37668.]
possibly the noinen of

Sekhama.

^
|

283. Blue-green glazed steatite Scarab, of

t}-pc

¥
n

2,

inscribed

"

Good

(jj

God, AA-nETEP-R.X, giving
Length,
[J- in.

life,"

between borders =
ii,

.

Hyksos

Period.

^-=
£

Budge: HisL

Eg.,

166

;

Newbcrrv

:

Scarabs, PI. xxi, 3. [No. 28097.]

^^

284. Glazed steatite Scarab, of type
inscribed, in fine

D

2,

well cut, faded to white

deep

style, "

Son

of the -Sun,

L\PEQHER, giving
in.

life,"

within a spiral border.

Hyksos

Period.

Length, ^

D A

ra
[No. 40741.]

At
o
285. Blue glazed steatite Scarab, of of the .Sun, La(2EPHER {sic), giving ideograms of "life," "good luck," and Length, j in.
t}'pe
life,"

D

2,

inscribed
Period.

"

Son

accompanied by

^
A D
ra

Hyksos

[No. 40742.]

At
286. Dark green glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of type

G

2,

inscribed
Period.

U
p,

"Good God,
Length,
yg- in.

NUB-TAUI(?)-R.\, giving

life,"

between borders

|.

Hyksos

(^^
1

Budge:

Hist. Eg.,

ii,

166; Newberry: Scarabs,

PI. xxii, 19.

[No. 30512.]

^^

^

CATALOGUE OF SCARABS, CYLINDER-SEALS,

ETC.

[287-293

287. Pale blue glazed steatite Scarab, partly faded to white, of type back
is

F

3.

On

the

a

lily,

with flower and two buds, delicately incised.

cut the figures of
I

two opposed hawks
or

/5

^

On

the base arc

and the

ro\-al

name Herutheir tails

0-^^^^
' '

I'EQ

(.')

np ^
Period.

(?),

Ian

(?)

-K^

(?),

between two crowned nraci with

joined above the name.

The crowns
j-i in.

of the nraci are rude imitations of the

Upper crown,

J

Hyksos
If I(U!
is

Length,
(|[]

[No. 32344.]
;

Ipcq-Herii, by Budge: Hnt. Eg., ii, 173 its real reading is uncertain. ^ a corrupt form of the name of Khian (289, 290), with the ® omitted thus resembhng Manetho's " lannas," which has been regarded as the equivalent of "Khian." Or it mav be the
correct,
it

This name was read

^^

may be

;

name

of a distinct

and separate king, the

original of " lannas."

288. Glazed steatite Scar_ab, faded to ivory-white, of tj-pe F-G 2, inscribed " Son of the Sun, Ian (?)," within a scalloped border. H\-ksos Period. Length, -j^^ in. NewbeiTy Js'rrtrafo, PI. xxii, 4. [No. 32441.]
:

Possibly a corrupt form of the reads " Ya-mu."

name Khian

or Ian (see preceding, 287"i.

Newberry

(:-)

289. Blue-gi^een glazed steatite Scarab, of type D 2, inscribed " Good God, Aa-USER-Ra Khi[a]n, giving life," within an incomplete spiral border. Hyksos Period. Length, in.
'l

[No. 30500.]

Or

possibly of

.Mek-usek-RA (IAi'Hjher)

O4
\
J]

,

as read

by Newberry

:

Scarais,
SIC

PI. xxii, 29.

At
290. Blue glazed steatite Scarab, of type D 2, from a ring, in its original gold mount. Inscribed, within a spiral border, is the name of the "Son of the Sun, KlllAN, living for ever!" Plnest style. Hvksos Period (XVIth dynasty). Length, I i in. ^..^ [No.' 37664.]
'

O

^

This

is

one of the

finest

and most

interesting scarabs of the collection.

f^i
the

291. Glazed steatite Cowroid, faded to white, with beaded border.

On

base

is

inscribed the

name

of

Xe-KA-Ra

O
II,

""-p, with a
feitilit)-,"

;/f/^-sign, in

a cartouche

without base. On either side is the .symbol of " hawks. Hyksos Period (XVth-XVIth dynasty).
This second king

between two headless
.i:

Length,

in.
is

[No. 45457.]
certain.

Ne-KA-Ra

is

only know n from these scarabs, the date of which

292. Glazed steatite Cowroid, with beaded band round the back, inscribed with the name of Ne-KA-R.\ II, in a cartouche between two /imei and two From Tell cl-Vahiidiya. (headless) hawks, and above the winged solar disk. [No. 172 11.] Hyksos Period. Length, ^ in. Petrie //tst. Sctrmbs, 107.
:

293. Glazed

.steatite

Scarab, of type
II,
(

F

2,

faded to white, inscribed with the
lil\--spiral

name
volute

of king

Ne-KA-R.\
and
the

O "y^
sign

|,

with an uracils at the side, a

above,
J

";37

below.

End

of

the

Middle

Kingdom.

Length,

in.

[No. 38569.]

;

294-300]

KHIAN, NEKARA, APEPI (LATKK HVKSOS).

33

294. Dark green glazed steatite Scarab, roughly cut, of t\-pe F 2, inscribed with the of Ne-KA-Ra II in a cartouche; in the field are the ideoo graphs of the solar disk, "gold," the uracils and neb. Hyksos Period. ^-Sj, r^^ Length, ji in. yfesV [Xo. 32305.]

name

^

u \
295. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type F 2, inscribed with the prenomen I, Aa-USER-Ra, in a cartouche; in the field are the ideographs of "rising," the uracils, -awA "lordship." Hyksos Period ('X\' th dN-nasty). Length,
of Al'ElT
'n.
I

U&

f6

[No. I2y:,\:\
This scarab is of exactly the same type and style of design as the preceding scarabs of Nekara, thus proving that Xekara either preceded or succeeded .Aa-user-Ra Apepi the former alternative is the more
;

probable-

\H
296. Blue glazed steatite Scarab, of t}'pe E 2, roughly cut, inscribed king of Upper and Lower Egypt, Aa-USER-Ra (Apepi), giving life," enclosed within a spiral border. Hyksos Period. Length, | in.
[Xo. I7^6i:\

o

fA
297. Glazed steatite Scarab, of t}-pe E 2, faded to white. On the base is " king of Lower Egypt, Aa-L'.sek-R.\ (Apepi I), giving life," within a spiral border. Hyksos Period (XVIth dynasty). Length, y^- in. Lokie Essaj/, xlii Petrie: His/. Scarads, 725. [No. 241 13.]
inscribed
:

298. Glazed steatite Scarab, of type ¥2, faded to white, inscribed with the prenomen of ApEPi I (Aa-U.ser-[Ra]), in a cartouche between two groups of the ideographs of " fertility,"
"kingship," and " lordship " (?). dynasty). Length, -\^ in. Petrie

Hyksos
:

Period
722.

(XVIth
[Xo. 4140.]

//is/. Scaralis,

inscribed Diaineter,

299. Blue glazed steatite Rosette, or Button-seal, Aa-USER-R.\ (Apepi). XVIth dynasty.
.',

in.

[Xo. 40743-]

300. Blue-green glazed steatite Cowroid, with a toothed border rou_nd the back inscribed with the prenomen of Apepi L Aa-user-R.a, in a cartouche between two papyrusplants, symbols of Lower Egypt and the X'^orth. Ends broken off. Hyksos Period (XVIth dynasty). Length, | in. Blacas Collec/ioii, 1867. Petrie: //is/. Scarabs, 72t,. [Xo. 17780.]
;

G

5^

iP

^ >

34

CATALOGUE OF SCARABS, CVLINDER-SEALS,

ETC.

[301 308

301. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of (early XVI I Ith dynasty) type with oval base, on which is inscribed " Lord of the South and the North, Aa-PEH (= AA-l'EnTl-R.\ Nuhti)." Unskilfully cut. End of the Hyksos '^ about 1650 U.c.J. Length, in. Period (XVIth (h'nast)' [Xo. 32368.]

A

2-C

2,

M

;

!;

of Four

the only contemporary monunient of this king that exists. He is otherwise known from the '' Stele Years'' (dedicated at Tanis by an official of Kameses II, in the " Year 400 of king Set-aa-pehti Nubti" (Mariette Rfi'. Arch., N..S., XI, 1865, 169 fif.). The e.\istence of this scarab, which is of the usual style of the beginning of the X\TIIth dynasty, settles the question of the historical existence of king Nubti, which has been doubted, the name having been taken to refer rather to the god Set (Sethe: Untersitihungen, III,

This

is

Hundred

:

p. 60).

302. Light blue paste Scarab, of
king Aa-PEU-R.a, written
.

t)-pe

A

5,

inscribed with the

name

of the

Hyksos ^^^
's

Length, f in. [No. 16574.] | _^ Presented by Mdjor-Gen. Sir A. 11'. H. Meyriek, 1879.
dynasty.

XXVIth

303. Green glazed steatite .Scarab, of t}-pe 2, faded to gre>', inscribed " King's Son Ket-SE." Hj'ksos Period. Length,
1""

1"
5fc
I I

^
c:^

I

in.

Loftie

:

Essay, xl

;

Newberry

:

Scni-abs, PI. xxiii, 23.

[Xo. 241

1

1.]
I

li^

C')

304. Green glazed
Eldest
1834.

steatite .Scarab, of t}'pe

!•"-!.

2,
in.

inscribed
Sai/is

"

King's

'

^-^

Son,
Petrie

ApE(j."
:

Hyksos

Period.

Length,

g

Colleetioii,

Hist. Scarabs, 361.

[Xo. 3926.

Eldest Son, ApE(1."

305. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t\'pe F"-L 2, in,scribcd Hyksos Period. Length, in. Loftie Essay, Ixx.
,^
:

306. Glazed
inscribed
Period.
"

steatite

Scarab,

of

type
;

D

2,

faded to

white,

Son of the Sun, Eldest King's (Son), Apko," between two winged solar disks. Eine work slightly chipped. Hyksos
Length,
111.

[No. 37669.]

D A

307. Green glazed steatite .Scarab, with wing-cases not marked, in.scribed "Eldest King's Son, Neb-NETERU," between borders of «tV(7--signs. Hyksos Period. Length, f in. [No. 42546.]

JJ 11

L

ni
"

308. Glazed steatite .Scarab, of flat t}-pe G i, faded to white, inscribed King's Wife, A.\H(?)-TAlf-TA," with other sign.s. From Tell cl-Vahiidi)-a. Hyksos Period. Length, \ in. Newberry: Scarabs, PI. xxiii, 17. [No. 20824.] Presented by the Egypt Exploration Eniid, 1888.

z3)
I I I

v_y

"

309 318

AA-PEHTI, KAMKS, AAHMES.
steatite Scarab, of

35
"

309. Glazed

Aah-TAU-TA."

Hyksos

Period.

type Length,

V i-A
| in.

2,

inscribed

Ro\'al

[No. 37721.]

'la «
Wife aiu
I

Favourite,

310. Blue glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type L 2. the back are two diagonally crossed plant-sprays, and on the base are cut symbols possibi}' containing the prenomen of

T ^^3

On

<=>
LSD

<::^>

(^

Uatch-KHEPER-R.! Kame.s.

XV'l I th dynasty

(?).

Length, j^ in. [No. 45469.]

<==.

W

d_i

<=>

Glazed steatite .Scarab, of t}-pe G i, with the legs represented b)- four groups of on a rai.sed band. On the base is inscribed the prenomen of Kames, Uatch-KHEPER-Ra, above a human-headed hawk standing on the «^/'-sign, between two uract and two ideographs of " life in cartouches; the whole within a rope border. XVI Ith d}'nasty. [^ Length, \jr in.
311.

striations

'

'

1

[.\o.

42S76.]
is

312. Glazed steatite Scarab, with raised
the

bod>-.

On

the base

inscribed

prenomen of Kames, Uatch-KHEPER-R.a, between two utcliats and two ideographs of "life," within cartouches. Chipped at side. XVI 1th d\-nasty.
Length,
| in.

[Xo. 42929-]
313. Glazed above •^^=^f=7.
steatite

SsO
[No. 42248.]

Scarab, of type

C-F

2,

faded to white, inscribed

O

(

Possibi}- the

prenomen of Kames (UATCH-KnEPER-R.\)

(?),

or of

U.A.TCH-K.\-R.\ (see 231-238).

XVI Ith

dvnastv.

Length, §

in.

314. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 2-C 2, inscribed with a confused form of the name and prenomen of A.\HME.S I, TcilESEK-K.A.-R.\, P^arl\- XVIIIth dj-nasty. or the names of A.^HME.S I and K.\.MES combined. " Length, f in. [No. 28896.]
'

315. l^lue-green glazed steatite .Scarab, of t\-pe

C
I,

2,

with the legs cut free

On

the base

is

inscribed the

prenomen of A.\HME.S
d}-nast}'.

Xeb-pi-.IITI-R.\

-Q

Fine work.

Earl_\-

X\"IIIth

Length,

m.

[No. 30560.]

316. Glazed steatite Scarab, of type
of

C

2.

On

the oval base

is

inscribed the

prenomen
Loftie
:

A.\HMES
l.x.xii.

I,

NEB-PEHTI-R.\,

0_

Early XVIIIth d\-nasty.

Length,

!,

Essay,

[No. 24143.]

is

317. Lapis-lazuli Scarab, of t\'pe C 4, with wing-cases not marked. inscribed the prenomen of Aahmes I. EarK- X\'IIIth d\-nasty. Loftie Essay, Ixxiii.
:

On the base Length, § [No. 24144.]

Q
^n

318. Blue-green glazed steatite Scarab, of type C 2, raised high on the legs, which are cut free from the oval base. Inscribed with the prenomen of Aahmes I, Neh-PEHTI-R.a. Early XVIIIth dynasty. Length, in. [No. 25291.] P resented by Mrs. 'ebb, 894. E 2

^

/ (

1

CATALOGUE OK SCARABS, CVLIXDKK-SKALS, KTC

[319 329

319. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of t\-pe C 2, inscribed w ith the prenomen of Aaij.mks NEli-TEHTI-RA, in a cartouche, surrounded by a spiral border. .W'lIIth Xewberr)' Saira/?s. PI. xxnI, io. Length, I in. dynasty.
:

I,

[No. 28050.]

320. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type L 2, inscribed with prenomen of A.\HME:-; I, Neb-PKH-R.a, surrounded by the emblems of " goodness," " lordship," and " stabilit}'," with the itichntin. X\'I Ilth d\-nast\-. Length, eye. [N0.41S79.J
the
i;

inscribed

32L Glazed steatite "A.AHMES {V),
Ith dynasty.

X\'

1 1

Scarab, faded to brown, of t}'pe A 3, (/hipped. as a lion, who appears." Length, ^ in. Loftie EssawW^'x. [No. 24142.]
:

d

S^aiQ

nomen

322. Green glazed steatite .Scarab, of t\pe A 2, inscribed with the preX\'IIIth dynasty. Length, of A.\HMES I, NEB-PEfi-R.X. in.
-4

[Xo. 28397.]

nomen

323. Green glazed faience Scarab, of tj-jje A 6, inscribed with the preof A.\11MES I. XVII Ith d\-nast\-, or later. Length, ^^ in.
[Xo. 28264.]

jq

^
^^^^

324. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type 2-3, inscribed with the prenomen of A.ll.iMES I (.^). XV'lIIth dynasty, or later. Length, f in. Athn)uisi Collection, I'^iJ. Hist. Scarabs, "68. Petrie [Xo. 3936.]

A

H

30
f]

:

^3^
5G*

325. Glazed
the

steatite _Scarab,

of
I,

t\-pe

A

3,

faded

to

white,

prenomen
\ in.

of

king

AAUMES

XEB-rEH-R.\.

X\'IIlth

d_\-nasty,

inscribed with or later,

f)
^"^^^

Length,

[Xo. 39553.]

steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of type A 3, with striated with the ideograms of "truth," "might" { pcli), "lordship," and ap[jarentl\- a modification of tiie ])renomen of A.\HMES. the solar disk XVI 1 1th d\-nast_\-, or later. Length, -/^ in. [Xo. 39559.]

326. Glazed
;

legs, inscribed

^
f]

m

'^^

327. Unglazed
with the Length, y'^

steatite

Scarab, of tj'pe

name
in.

of

(queen)

A.AHMES

-

C Xefert

2,
-

inscribed ART. XVI

on
I

the ba.se

Ith

dynasty. [No. 40774.]

328. Green composition Scarab, of
inscribed

t}-pe

.A

2,

with the legs blocked out
r-.\Ri,
]
jtl

;

with the
d}-nast)-.

name
Length,

of
j"jr

queen A.xhmes-Xefer
in.

I

(|

(sic).

XVIIIth

[.Xo. 27109.]

329. Flat spherical

carnelian

Read, inscribed
(

lengthwa}-s
j

with

the

name

of queen

A.\HMES-Nefert-aRI,
d\-iiast\-.

"""^^^

in
in.

a cartouc :he

"T"

I

(]

I'^rom

Dcr

cl-Hahari.

XVI 11
896.

til

Diameter,

.',

[Xo. 26291.]

Presented by the Egypt Exploration Fiuul,

1

330 340]

AAHMES
carnelian
in.

I,

QUEEX AAH.MES-\EFLRT-ARI.
of

37

330. Spherical
dynasty.

[Aahmes-]Nefert-ari,
Diameter, ^

Bead, rudely inscribed with the name "beloved of .\men." From Der el-Bahari.

queen \

^

XVIIIth

^ 'rrTTm'"^ y S^

[No. 26292.]

Presoiied by the Eg_Ypt Exploration Fund,

1

896.

331. Blue-green glazed steatite Scarab, of t\-pe of queen

C

2,

inscribed with the

name
j-i-

,;.•;:;,

[Aahmes-]Nefert-ari,
PI.

T

jlj'"^.

XVIIIth dynasty.

Length,

in.

Xewberr)-: Scarabs,

xxvi, 15.

[No. 32371.]

\,^'
1

332. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type A 2-C i, with oval base, on which is inscribed the name of qiieen [Aahmes-]Nefert-ARI. Good work. Chipped at .side. XVI I Itli dynasty. Length, | in. Loftie fj-i-^T)', cxxxi.
:

"^

T ^
""^
I
fl

[No. 24202.]

S

\\

The wing-cases are 333. Blue-green glazed steatite Scarab, of t\-pe C 2. marked, and the legs are cut free from the o\al base, on which is Chipped at top. XVIIIth inscribed the name of queen [A.\HMES-]Nkfert-AR1. [No. 27148.] dynasty. Length, A in.
elaboratel}'

^
I

"^

o

T

^^
II

AS

f]

334. Glazed

steatite Scarab, of

type

C
j

2,

faded to white.
I H

On

the base

is

inscribed the

name

of queen

(A.\HMES-)Nefert-.\ri,

o

'^^^^.

XVIIIth dynasty.

Length, 3%

in.

[No. 42363.]

335. Green glazed faience Scarab, of type
of

L
.

i,

inscribed

with

the

name

queen

[Aah.\IES-]Nefert-ARI,

1

^T^
C
]

"^^^^
(]

Early XX'IIIth

dynasty,

^i^^^
"''^^

Length,

^"^ in.

[Xo. 377^2-1

336. Glazed steatite Scarab, of type

3,

faded to brown, inscribed with the
'^~^-

name

of queen
h in.

[Aahmes-]Nefert-aki,

T
'^

~
C

Early XVIIIth dynasty.
[No. 38741-]

Length,

337. Green glazed [A7u.imes-]Nefkrt-ari,

steatite

Scarab, of type
'

2,

inscribed with

the

name

of queen

1

i ^ c^

XVIIIth

dynast\-.

Length,

I

in.

[No. 39328-]

338. Glazed steatite Scarab, of t\-pe C 2, faded to white, on the base of which XVIIIth dynasty, inscribed the name of queen [Aahmes-]Nefert-ARI. is [No. 42765.] Length, -j% in.
"

*
f^

1
^

o

c>

339. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type 2-C 2, On the base is inscribed the name of queen bezel of a ring. s XVIIIth dynast\-. Length, | in. Loftie isjiv?;', Ixxiv.
:

A

mounted in gold as the [A.\HMES-]NeferT-ARI. [A.\HMES-]Nl
[No. 24145.] '"'x

'^
I

^
II

[It

i6 10

340. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of t^pc
Nefert-.\RI,"
I

A

2-C

2,

inscribed
etc.

"

Divine Wife,
style.

"^ I Q

^
i

(su).
in.

Traces of green glaze on back,
'

Clumsy

XVIIIth dynasty.

Length,

[No 4200 1.]

38 341. Light of queen
d\-nasty.

CATALOGUE OF SCARABS, CYLINDER-SEALS,
green
glazed
steatite

ETC.
inscribecl
sides.

[341 351

Scarab,

of
O^V).

ts-pc

C

2,

with

the

name

[A.\U.\ieS-]Nefert-Arl
Length,
/j. in.

J

<S^
j

^

Worn

at

X\'IIIth
[No. 28420.]

^^

342. Green

glazed

steatite

Cowroid, inscribed
(su).
I

witli

the

name

of queen
i;

[A.\[.IMES-]Xefekt-.ari, c?'^

|||<^

X\'I Ith dynasty.

Length,

in.

[Xo. 32431.]

343. Glazed steatite Cowroid, faded to white, with plain back. On is cut the name of queen NEKEKT-.'vkr, Earl\wife of Aaiimes L XVIIIth d\-nasty. Length, ^ in.
the base
.,

---.

\

[No. 45663.]

yVife

344. Green glazed steatite [Aahme.s-]Nefert-.\ri."

.Scarab,

of t\pe

C

2,

inscribed

" in.

Divine
//,rv

XVIIIth

d'vnasty.

Length,

.1

Collection, 1868.

[No. 17153-]

345. Blue

glazed
J
(j

steatite
{sic),

Cowroid,

inscribed

with

the

name
in.

of

queen

[A.\HMES-]
[No. 27331.]

Nefert-Ari, C^"^

<|>

XVIIIth dynasty.

Length, f

346. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of_ type C 2, inscribed with a form of the name of queen [A.Ah.\ie,S-]Nefert-ari. Very rough work sigas rudely cut. XVIIIth dynasty. Length, j^ in.
corrupt
;

'^

f]

J'

[No. 28178.]

4j'
"=1

347. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type 2, inscribed with a corrupt form of the name of queen [Aahmes-]Nefert-arl XMIIth dynasty. Length, 1 in. Petrie ///.rA i>,?/v7/v, [No.

A

f
J,

a

^
I su
""

10

:

788.

171 15.]

\,

348. Green glazed steatite Plaque, with back cut in three on each of which is a compound sign of " beaut\- " and " life." On the base is inscribed the name of queen [Aa'hme.s-] Nefert-arl XVIIIth dynast)-. Length, in. [No. 28428.]
facets,
^,

| A

^
^

1
->"
i

.^

/^
'

^"^

F^iS.

349. Light green glazed steatite Duck-Scaraboid. On the base (in the form of a cartouche) is inscribed a garbled version of the name of queen

Nefert-arl

J

\.

Early X\'I I Ith dynasty.

L'ength,

^,

in.

[No. 42018.]

with

350. Green glazed steatite Scaraboid, in the form of a sleeping horse, its head laid on its forelegs. On the base is inscribed the name of queen Xefert-Arl XVIIIth dynasty. Length, '"•
/^

[No. 40772.]
351. Light green glazed steatite Scarab, of t}-pe C 2. The legs are cut from the oval base, on which is inscribed " Royal Mother [Aahmes-] Nefert-Arl" XVIIIth dynasty. Length, i in. Newberry: Scnrahs,
''• •'^^\''

1
t

"^x
T
(]

free

-^
^
/I

16.

"

[No. 32450.]

-

352 361]

QUEEN
Green
glazed

AAI.niES-NEFERT-ARI,
Scarab,
of
t\-pe

AMENHETEP
C,

I.

39
with
the

352.

steatite

inscribed
t
"=1

names

of

[Aahmes-]XekekT-aki and Amen-HETEP I. Back broken XVIIIth dynasty. Length, ji in. Newberry: Sfirnrds, off.
PI.

^
i]

|]t^

"

'

•="
"'

^^
>''

xx\i, 31.

[Xo. 30561.]

353. Glazed steatite oblong rectangular Plaque, with two incised

lines
,

on the
1
'

sides.

On On

the oin<iTsc is inscribed the the reverse that of c|ueen

name
'

of

Amex-HETEP

I.

n
'

t^
•;;—

q
I

^
[1

^_^
^^^

-.-^

[Aahme.S-]NefeRT-AKE
[No. 30562.]

-^

I

XVIIIth dynasty.

Length, /^

in.

d^ .^
On
by
-^-^

f

H <=.
\

I

U

[^^j ^^O]
is

-^ xM
\

^'^'^

^

354. Glazed steatite rectangular Plaque, faded

to white.

both sides
in.

the

name

of

Amen-HETEP

I,

Early XVIIIth dynasty.

^\

in.

[No. 45357-] ^
t
'

355. Green glazed steatite oblong rectangular Plaque, with two on the sides. On the <?/?i'r;'j-t' is inscribed " Ciood God, Lord of the Two Lands," and on the reverse the name of Amkn-HE'IEP I. XVIIIth dynasty. Length, i in. [No. 28276.]
incised lines

^ 7^:
!'

'
,.,,
.

-

•'>i

»»—

;

-*_

"-^I.'k
|j

'i^Si
is

-^^^

356. Blue-green glazed steatite rectangular Plaque.

On
name

the obverse
of Aah-;n-R

inscribed

the

name
Der

of k cing

Amen-HETEP

I,

^

On
^
a

the reverse the

1

O

From
I

el-Bahari.

Early XVIIIth

d\'nast}-.

Length,

1

in.
tJie

[Xo. 41729.]

Presented bv

Egypt Exploration Fund,

1905.

lines

On

357. Green glazed steatite oblong rectangular Plaque, with two incised on the sides. On the obverse is inscribed the name of Amen-IIETEP I. XVIIIth d)'nasty. Length, I in. the reverse that of A^H•:N-R.\.
[Xo. 2821
1.]

""^-^fi

"3^
v^'

'^X^'^'

.^4

lo;

358. Blue glazed steatite oblong rectangular
sides,

Plaque, with two incised lines on the
"

joined

by cross-hatchings.
live!",
(1

Amen-HETEP (I) G skI

On the obverse is inscribed -r— ~r- On the reverse, " Ra, lord
XVIIIth
d\'nasty. '

Ma}'

of the

I

North,"

K37.

Rough work.

Length,

-,''fr

in.

t
incised

[No. 28581.]

359. Green glazed steatite oblong rectangular Plaque, with an line round the sides. On the obverse is inscribed the name of
I,
\\
.

Amen-HETEP
dynasty.

On

the reverse are the
i in.

sii

n-

JB'

XVIIIth
Petrie
:

':

^ a

Length,

Saws

Colleetion, 1834.

Hist. Sea/i/cs.

.-141.

[No. 3942.]

360. Green glazed steatite oblong rectangular
sides.

Plaque, with
I,
iJ

two incised
;

lines

on the
T lt=^
.

On

the obverse

is

inscribed the
-^

name

of

Amen-HETEP

on the reverse

XVIIIth dynasty.

Length,

in.

Petrie:

H/st. Searabs, S40.

^^
^'"

[No. 4076.]

361. Green glazed steatite oblong rectangular Plaque, incised on the sides. On the obverse is inscribed AMEN-HiiTEP I. On the reverse is cut a peculiar design hieroglyphs. XVIIIth dynasty. Length, % in.
line

with a single the name of of combined [No. 28247.]

40

CATALOGUE OF SCARABS, CYLINDER-SEALS,
362. Green glazed steatite
obloiii;-

ETC.

[362 372

rectani,ni!ar

Plaque, with a single incised line round
I,
»^aa.«.a
fl
.

the sides.

On

the olnx'isc

is

inscribed the

name

of Amen-iii:ti:I'

On

the rrverse

the signs (\\\)-

Rude work.
glazed
is

X\'Illth dynasty.

Length,

,'-^

in.

[Xo. 3943.]
lines
.

363. Green

steatite

s(iuarc

Plaque,

with

two incised
I,
(I

round the
the /rr'tv^c
is

sides.

On

the obverse

inscribed
of the

the

name

of i\MI';\-HETEI'
g'X-a

On

cut a

con\'entionaI

form

s_\'mbol '

of union,

(?)•

'=^='

Length,

},

in.

D.

^

X\'IIlth d\-nasty.
[Xq. 28305.]

364. Green glazed steatite oblong rectangular Plaque, with two on the sides. On the obverse is inscribed the name of Amen-HETEP I on the reverse is cut a rosette, with the two lateral petals of triangular shape. XVIIIth dynasty. Length, }-f in.
incised lines
;

[Xo. 28

1

35. J

l^
in

365. Glazed steatite Plaque, with a head of the goddess Hathor
relief

On

the base

is

the

name

of AMi':N-riETEl'

(I).

XVIIIth

d\-nast\'

tr'v."^^

Length,

-/V in-

'

[^0.40778.]

W .y^
1

''**"•*
i

x

I

^.

'-=2i=-

i^J=^
f^'fl),

366. Glazed steatite rectangular Plaque, faded to grey.
is

On

the back
I.

a Hathordiead in relief
cut.

On

the base
j-'^

is

the

prenomen of Amen-HETKI'

»=?-<='

Rudely

XVIIIth d}masty.

in.

by

y'^ in.

[Xo. 45365.]

367. Blue glazed steatite Plaque. a vulture in relief On the base is the
Length,
\

On
name

the back is a figure of of Amen-HETEP (I).

in.

[Xo. 40777-]

368. Green glazed steatite Pla(|uc, with rounded perforated top, rudel)- inscribcfl on one side " Beautiful Son [of the Sun] Amen-HETEP (I)." Glaze possibly modern. XVIIIth dynasty C?j. Length, J in. [Xo. 15712.]
'

l\^
On
the
is

369. Green glazed
obverse
is

steatite

Cartouche-Plaque, with a

line incised
I

on the
.

sides.

rudely inscribed the
(?).

name

of

Amen-HETEP
-,\ in.

(?),

On

the reverse

a

flower

1^

XVIIIth dynasty.

Length,

°

[Xo. 27134.]

370. Blue-green glazed steatite Plaque, with back
that of a cartouche, containing the

in

the form of a
I,

fish,

and base

in

name

of

Amen-HETEP

U

..

X\'IIlth

d_\-nast\-.

Length,

-,% in.

[Xo. 28129.]
in

371. Green glazed steatite Plaque
flat

the form of a

fish.

On

the

,.>^5&

side

is

in.scribed the

name

of

Amen-HETEP (I),

Uwaaa.

Rough work,
| in.

V*^-.
tL-

%
[Xo. 41951.]

and, perhaps,

modern

re-glazing.

XVI

I

Ith dynast}-.

Length,


.
,

372. Green glazed steatite Fish, with base cartouche, containing the name of iV\niN-HETEP dynasty. Length, \ in.

in
I.

form

of

a

Ij

.

,.'52!.^,

XVIIIth
[Xo. 30563.]

^-^^

n

^

91^^ 'IHB

!~.1.|

-"-r/

373 3821

AMEN-HETEP

I.

41

373. Green jasper Bar, perforated _length\vays.

On

the

four

sides are
;

cut:

(ij the

name

of

Amen-HETEP
emblem
A

I

;

(2) "

Amen-Ra,

lord of hfe

and goodness"

user-figure,

of might
[1

t^^

Q

^ H
;

(4) the

emblem

of stability.

XVII

(3) the Ith d)-nasty.

jackal-headed Length, ^-^^ in.

G

I

[No. 32411.]

side
flat

374. Green glazed steatite Hemicylinder. On the convex is cut the figure of a vulture in open relief, and on the
side
is

inscribed the

name

of

Amen-HETEP

I.

XVIIIth

dynasty.

Length,

I

in.

[No. 27328.]

side

375. Green glazed steatite Hemicylinder. On the conve.x is cut a checker design resembling basketwork, and on
flat

the

side

is

inscribed

the
in.

name

of

AjrEN-HETEP

I.

XVIIIth dynasty.

Length, h

[No. 28343.]
f]

in

ite 376. Blue-sjreen glazed steatite Fly, with base insj the name of form of a cartouche, containir

t^^

1

ine

work

:

inscription rudeh' cut.
in.

Length,

A

[No. 30564.]

jn glazed steatite Hippopotamus, lying on its side with head lifted, inscribed the compound name of Amen-Ra and Amen-HETEP I. I Sa/t Collection, 1835. Length, f in. a dynasty. [No. 3939.]
..^e
is

f]

O

1 ^ ^-^^

378.

Crude mud Scarab, of type A, with

U^
sic.

raised

human

hearl.

On

the base

is

scratched the

name

of

Amen-HETEP

I,

or

II,

XVIIIth

d)'nasty.

Length, ig

in.

[No. 37446.]

379. Light green glazed steatite Scarab, of type
with the

C

name

of

Amen-UETEP

I.

XVIIIth

d}'nasty.

2, rudely inscribed Length, f in. [No. 27122.]

A i!i^^
^

a/ww =^==

380. Blue-green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 2, with oval base, on which is inscribed the name of Amen-HETEP I. Finely cut. XVIIIth
dynasty.

f]

\

i"^^^ ^^^'^

Length,

i in.

[No. 26620.]

381. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of tj'pe

C

2,

inscribed on the base with the

name

of

Amen-hetep

(I),

Rudely cut hieroglyphs.

Length, i

in.

[No. 40776.]

382. Dark green glazed

steatite

Scarab, of tj'pe

C

2,

inscribed

with

the

name

of

Amen-hetep
Petrie
:

I,

\\i^^^^.

XVIIIth dynasty.
Scarabs, 826.

Length,

^

in.

Andrews

Collection,

1848

Hist. ist.

1 '"^^

[No. 3940.] F

'

42

CATALOGUE OF SCARABS, CYLINDER-SEALS,

ETC.

[383 394

the

name

383. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type A 3-C 2, inscribed on the base with XVlIIth d>-nasty. Length, ,\ in. of Amen-IIETEP (I). [No. 38602.] 384. Glazed
steatite Scarab, faded to grey, of type

A 2-C

2,

inscribed with

tlie

name

of

AmEiN-HETEP

I.

XVI

I

Ith dynasty.

Length,

i

in.

[No. 47278.]

385. Glazed

steatite
I.

name

of

Amen-HETEP

Scarab, faded to white, of t\-pe C XVIIIth dvnasty. Length, in.
.',

3.

On

the base

is

the

Q
1

——

[No. 47285.]

^
AS

386. Light green glazed steatite Scarab, of type C 2, with broad base, on which is inscribed the name of y\MEN-HETEP I. Rudely cut. Above
is

f]

t^
^»A~^^

fiJM

i

a

single
g in.

scallop.

Rough work;

brilliant

glaze.

XVIIIth dynasty.
[No. 27199.]

Length,

"
\\

n

387. Glazed

steatite .Scarab, of t}'pe

C

i,

inscribed with the
in.

name

of

."^"^

Amex-hetep

I.

XVIIIth dynasty.

Length, f

tj

[No. 27026.]

.-a-^

388. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type which is inscribed the name of Amen-HETEP
Length,
\

A
I.

2,

with oval base, on

/]

t'i^^

XVIIIth dynasty.
[No. 28194.]

V""'-"

in.

=^='
°,,"'

sic

389. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type C 2, inscribed with the name of Amen-HETEP I. XVIIIth dynasty. Length, in.
,"-j;

t^^
(J

;n

[No. 27962.]
sic

390. Green glazed
the

steatite
(I).

Scarab,

of type

C

i,

inscribed
g

on the base with
[No. 39801.]

iJ

name

of

Amen-HETEP

XVIIIth dynasty.

Length,

in.

,^^^

a

^

of

Amen-HETEP

391. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type C 2, inscribed with the name I, within a spiral border. XVIIIth dynasty. Length, i in.

^^^^^
\\
'

^"•^^^

[No. 28839.]

^

D

392. Light green faience Scarab, of type of AiMt,jN-Hfcih;p II Or III, below the symbol of .MEN-HETEP 11 or iii, oeiow tne sy
Length,
f in.

L
"

i, inscribed with the name the North." ty. XVII Ith dvnasty.

•Af/^ '^^
1

Blacas Collection, 1867.
[Xo. \Ti(^7^
•=!

D

AiMEN-HETEP
;;

393. Green basalt Scarab, of type C 2, inscribed with the name of I, between two papyrus plants or lilies. XVIIIth dvnasty. Length, m.
[No. 48802.]

/^^sip<^ (-vgpP^^-^^.-y'.-

^ms^"
'"^

394. Glazed .steatite Scarab, of t\pe A 2-C HETEP"(I). Length, -j% in. XVI Ith dynasty.
1

2,

inscribed

"

Feast.

Amen-

[Xo. 38589.]

395-405]

AMEN-HETEP
steatite
I,

I.

43

395. Light blue glazed
the

Scarab, of type

C

2.

On

the oval base

is

inscribed

G„

prenomen of Amkn-HETEP

Tchesek-KA-Ra,

y^.
LllJ

XVIlIth

dynasty.

Length,

A

in.

[No. 32475.J
steatite

396. Green glazed
with
the

Scarab, of type
I,

C

2,

with legs cut

free,

inscribed

prenomen
in.

of

Amen-HETEP

W^.
L-l

Fine work.

XV'IIIth dynasty.
[No. 28658.]

Length, 1%

397. L^nglazed

steatite

Scarab, of type

C

4,

inscribed

with

the

prenomen of
[No. 40779.]
the
prein.

/c^.

Amenhetep

I,

U^^ TCHESEK-KA-R.\.

XVI

I

Ith dynasty.

Length,

§ in.

\^^

398. Blue

glazed

steatite
I,

Scarab,

of

tvpe

C

2,

inscribed
I

with

nomen

of

Amen-HETEP

LJ

,

TchesER-KA-[Ra].

XVI

Ith dynasty.

Length, ,^

[No. 41989.]

399. Blue-green glazed
with the prenomen of

steatite Scarab, faded to
I,

brown, of

tj-pe

C
I

i,

inscribed
dynast}-.

^

Amen-HETEP

yf

TchesER-K.\-Ra.

XVI

Ith

Length, ^V

in-

[No. 41992.]
steatite Scarab, of

400. Light green glazed

type

C

2,

inscribed with the

prenomen of
[No. 32456.]
the

Amen-HETEP

I,

TCIIESER-KA-R.\, y^.

XVII Ith

dynast}-.

Length,

-,\r

in.

prenomen

401. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to grey, of t}-pe A of Amen-HETEP I before a protecting hawk. Length, ^ in.

2,

in.scribed with

XVII Ith

d}-nasty.

[No. 47096.]

small body.

402. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type C-M, with large legs and The prothorax and wing-cases are hollow for inla}-. On the

O
base
is

rudely inscribed the prenomen of

Amen-HETEP

I,y*j,in a border

of four scallops connected

by

lines.

XVIIIth dynasty.
for inlay,
cf-

Length,

-{-^

in.

[No. 27865.]
For the hollowing of the wing-cases No. 37820.

403. Blue faience Scarab, of

t}-pe
"

A

2-C

2,

inscribed with the

prenomen of
Length,

Amex-HETEP
iin.

I

(Tcheskr-KA-Raj

Lawful

chief,'^

^
D

^.

XVIIIth dynasty.

[No. 3S76S.]

404. Glazed
are

steatite Scarab,

faded to ivory-white, of type
the feather

cut

the
in.

figure of a
I,

hawk with

Amen-HETEP
Length, j\

^

O. (Tcheser-KA-Ra),

C 2. On the base of Maat and the prenomen of above the sign ^37. XVIIIth dynasty. [No. 37740.]
type

405. Green glazed

steatite Scarab, of
it

bezel of a thin bronze ring, to which the base beneath the sun's disk, winged

prenomen of Amen-HETEP
Length,

^

'

I,

in.

5, set as the swivel On fastened with wire. and with pendant iimfi, is the XVIIIth dynasty. between uraei. [No. 40755.]

is

F 2

44

CATALOGUE OF SCARABS, CVLINDER-SEALS,
406. Glazed
steatite Scarab, faded to ivory-wliite, of type

ETC.

[406 414

D 2,

of face

(/.(•.,
I

Early X\^I
The
epithet

beautiful) i^; Ith dynasty.

TcnESEK-KA-R.\ (Amen-HETEI'
Length,
"

I

,"

g in.

inscribed " Green within a rope border. [\o. 40452.]

"green of face

may

possibly refer to the representations of this king in Osirian form.

u
o

407. Green glazed

steatite Scarab, of
I) riseth!",

type

C

i.

KA-Ra (Amen-HETEP
is

the sign of "life" between two dynasty. Length, j\ in.

^
q
[j

On

the base

is

inscribed

"TCIIESKR-

between two //;v?(7 and two volutes. Above plants, and below is the //f/>-s\gn. XVIIIth
[No. 42006.]

This scarab commemorates the coronation of the king.

408. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type G i, with the legs indicated by four groups of striations on a band. On the base is inscribed the prenomen of Amen-HETEP I (?), TcheSER-KA-Ra (?), with three
/ii-n-signs.

XVIIIth dynasty.

Length,

A in.

[No. 43095.]

409. Blue-green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 2, inscribed on the base with the prenomen of Amen-HETEP I between the Red Crown and a cluster of papyrus-plants, emblematic of Lower and Upper Egypt, respectively. XVIIIth dynasty. Length, | in.
410. Blue-green glazed steatite Scarab, of type
of

^

V

/

D

2,

inscribed with the

prenomen

Amen-HETEI'
solar

I

in a

cartouche
/trin'/.

beneath a double-headed iiracns and the

winged
-I

disk

with

Rough work.

XVIIIth dynasty.

Length,

in.

[No. 32396.]
411.

Green glazed

steatite

Double Jackal,

coucliant.
(?).

On

the base

is

cut the

prenomen
A in.

of

Amen-HETEP, y^, between two winged

solar di.sks

XX'IIIth d\-nasty.

Length,

Athaiiasi Collection, 1837.
412.

[No. 3938.]

uiaeiis

Dark unglazed steatite Scarab, of type L 4. On the base are cut a crowned and the prenomen of Amen-HETEP I (?) ''^^^ p.. Much worn. XVIIIth dj-nast)-. " Length, f in. ^No. 3774.] [J Ml
"

413. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type C 2, with the body cut free froin the oval base, on which is cut the vulture of Nekhebet, standing on the //c/^-sign, and ,y%^ offering the symbol of life to a cartouche containing the prenomen of Amen-

i^Z

HETEP

I.

Below

is

inscribed

"She

giveth
^^

all

fertility

and

stability,"

A Oft.
^^37

"tf^^

Fine work.
Wrongly
to the

XVII

1th dynasty.

Length,

in.

Loftie:

Zr.fj,y',

cxivi.

^1^

[No. 24217.]
attributed by Loftie goddess Nekhebet.
{/.c.)

to

queen Ramaka, of the XXIst dynasty

;

the personal pronoun refers

414. Green glazed steatite elaborate!}' treated wing-cases.
passant, with rings round
his

On

Scarab, faded to white, of type C I, with the base is cut a figure of a kriosphin.x,

:C5^^',

neck and the feathers

^

(^

on
"

his

head.
life "
I,

stands on the w^-sign
"stability,"

;

between

his legs are the ideographs of
is

double

T"

HT". and above him

the

prenomen of Amen-HETEP
in.

^

( ^^^Sand /^^^^.^

He

Worn

at the sides.

XVIIIth

dynasty.

Length, ^

[No. 30630.]

415-425]

AMEN-IIETEP

I.

45

which are

415. Green basalt Scarab, of type A 2, with the bod>' cut free from the oval base, on rudel)- cut a lil\- stem with bud, and the figure of a sphinx, coiichaiit.
sic
,

In the field are the signs of the

which combine with the bud

to

form
I,

^^,

,

"

Lord

'^

Two Lands"; and
Length,
f\r in.

the

prenomen of Amen-HKTEP

©„

y^.

XVIIIth
[No. 32439.]

d}'nasty.

416. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type C 2, inscribed with the signs and the figure of a sphinx, coucluutt, the prenomen of A.MEN-HETEP I, in. [No. 30628.] or Hatshepsut. XVIIIth dynasty. Length,

/^?7^ s

oU.

^

^^^^j "^ "'

On the base are cut 417. Bright green glazed steatite Scarab, of t\-pe C i. figure of a lion, coucliant, and the signs O^l' part of the prenomen of Amen-HETEP I, TCHESER-KA-R.\. Sides worn from having been mounted in [No. 28785.] a ring. XVIIIth dynasty. Length, ^i; in.
the
'

©W^U.

On base a lion, passant, and 418. Glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 2. prenomen of Amen-HETEP I. XVIIIth dynasty. Length, in. [No. 40753.]
,ii

419. Faience Scarab, faded to white, of type C 2, inscribed (king Amen-HETEP I), renewing life." Much chipped. XVIIIth

^^.

,

"Tchesi-:r-ka-Ra
d)'nasty.

y

1|

\

in.

Length, [No. 39873.]
I,

420. Light blue paste Cowroid, inscribed with the prenomen of in. TCH ESER-KA-R.\. XVIIIth dynasty. Length,

Amen-HETEP

^

^^^^
j |

©.

[No. 30565.]

421. Unglazed dark steatite square Plaque, inscribed on the obverse with the prenomen of Amex-HETEP I, ,0^, ,and on the reverse with an unknown sign within a cross-hatched Loftie is'j'.fry, l.xxviii. [No. 24149.] border. XVIIIth Diameter, -,% in. dynast)'.

U

:

422. Blue-green glazed steatite Cartouche-Plaque, with two on the sides. On the obverse is rudely inscribed the prenomen of Amen-HETEP I on the reverse are two linear utcliats between two «c/7-signs. XVIIIth dynasty. Length, vW inincised lines
;

[No. 28459.]

423. Green glazed

steatite
is

Cartouche-Plaque, with a single line incised round the

sides,
;

on the obverse of which

inscribed the
signs
(
:

prenomen of A.MEX-HETEP

I,

^^^, TCHESER-KA-R.\

on

the

reverse

are

the

It"!)-

XVIIIth dynasty.

U
^P
©
ill

L.ensth,

T%

Blacas

Collection, 1867.

Petrie

Hist. Scarabs, 803.

[No. 16570.]

424. Glazed steatite rectangular Plaque, with a deepl)* incised line round the sides. On the back are cut in high relief an iiraeus wearing the Red Crown, with a plumed cartouche containing the prenomen of Amen-HETEP I, with the signs of " beauty " and " lordship." On the base are cut

two lilj'-flowers, joined at their apices, between two uraei wearing the double crown. XVIIIth - XlXth dynasty.
Length, I
in.

Loftie

:

i;.yj-rtj,

Ixxvii.

[No. 24148.]

v_y
On
the
I'tC
-.^

425. Glazed back
is

steatite rectangular Plaque, faded to white.

a cartouche, with disk and plumes, containing the prenomen of Amen-HETEP I, roughly incised, with a large disked uracils in relief. On the base are the symbols of " beauty " and "gold" over "life," grasping two sceptres. After XVIIIth dynasty. [No. 45364.] fl in. by I in.
cut, in
relief,

fe^i^

'

46
426. Glazed
figure of a

CATALOGUE OF SCARABS, CYLINDER-SEALS,
steatite

ETC.

[426-435 the

rectangular

Plaque, faded
right,

to

brown.

On

back

is

cut

a

weapons

warrior, or king, advancing to the in both hands from his loins spring
;

and grasping

base are cut,

in

relief,

a

;//(?J/-feather

f^

^

two urai-i. On the and a cartouche, within

which

is

inscribed a corrupt ro)'al

name

Period.

Length,

^

l^ t^

O
(for "t=^ }\

in.

u

Ramessidc
[No. 23284.]
/j

427. Light green faience .Scaraboid Stamp, with ribbed back, on the base of which is inscribed a corrupt rowal name, Q
(combination of '=^ and C^i^?).

GO
ij

'

LI
Length,
l

U

XlXth-XXIInd

dynast\-.
>
-

j^ Uo
i

U

Mi

in.

Sti// Collection, 1835.

'——
[No. 4263.]

3, rougly cut, inscribed with the name of Amen-HETEP I, as protector of the Theban Necropolis, with the symbols of " goodness," " praise," and " hearing " (prayers). Back chipped. XVIIIthXlXth dj-nast}-. Length, in. [No. 47029.]

428. Glazed

steatite .Scarab, faded to white, of

type

A

^
On
the

A

1^^^^^

H

^-'^-^

T S
i

"^
'-'

429. Glazed
are cut the

steatite
|
h
,

.Scarab,

faded
is

to

white,

of

t)pe

C

2.

bast-

signs

"beautiful

A[men-HETEP

(!)]"(?)•

Earl)-

XVlIIth

i,.;

dynasty.
It

x:^^

Length,

A in.
to

[No. 42319.]
denote the

seems probable that the letter HETEP I (see Introduction, and Vol. ii).

was used monogrammatically on scarabs

name
"^^^

of

AmeN-

430. Glazed steatite .Scarab inscribed on the base with the name of queen (Aahmes)-Neeert-.\RI (garbled, and confused with the "monogram" XVI 1 1th dj-nasty. of Amen-HETEP 1), with the crown of Lower Eg)-pt.
'

Length,

f^jj-'

in.

[No. 40064.]

431. Glazed steatite
is

/

o N-shaped Plaque, faded
A i"^"^
^
,

to white.

On

the base
facets of

cut the

prenomen of Amen-HETEP L
" life "

and on the three
"praise,'

the back are the s}-mbols of

and
y^

T"

y

T"-

Prom
[No. 48221.]

Phoenicia.

Plarl}-

XX'IlIth

d\-nast\'.

in. b\-

ii

in.

432. Hard light blue paste Scarab, of type D i, rudely inscribed "Chief Royal Wife, A.^H-HETEP," with the signs of " beauty " and XVII Ith dynast}'. Length, fl in. "life." Slightly chipped below.

Newberry: Scarabs,

PI. x.xvi, 4.

[No. 26981.]

433. Lapis-lazuli

Scarab, of t}-pe

A

2-C

2,

inscribed

on the base with the
j-'^y

/^^^
i'^S~
j

naine of queen A.\n-HETEP, c=&=.

XVII Ith

dynasty.

Length,

in.

[No. 40780.]
1

^<^=^
''z::>

^
c
c
sic

434. Light blue glazed steatite Scarab, of type C Wife Aah-HETEP." XVI I Ith dynasty. Length, f in.

i,

inscribed

"Royal

4

|''^>^'i

^^
[No. 28592.]

'/•-^^\

^^^

435. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type C 2, inscribed " King's Wife A.\H-HETEP." XVI Ilth dynasty. Length, -/i. in. Newberry: 5tv?;v?/v, PI. xxvi, 32.
[No. 28624.]

J

436-446]

AMEN-HETEP

I,

QUEENS AAM-HETEP AND AAHMES.
type

47

436. Glazed

steatite Scarab, of

C

i,

inscribed on the base with the

name

of (queen)

SAt-Amen, J'^O'^^^ifc-

Early

XVII Ith

dynasty.

Length,

g

in.

[No. 377 -^o.]

[js-'d

man

437. Green glazed steatite Scaraboid Plaque, with a kneeling figure of a duck-headed in relief (or of a duck-headed monster devouring a man ?).
is

(?)

On
{i.e.,

the base

inscribed
-

1
-

C7

^^^^
(1

^ %^,

"(the) God's

Wife

queen)
-/"j.

Ankh

SAT Amen."

Early XVIIIth

d_\-nasty.

Length,

in.

[No. 40771.]

438. Light green glazed steatite Scarab, of type U 2, flat, with XVIIIth dynasty. ovoid base, inscribed "God's Wife Merit-Amen." Petrie ///5/. i\v;;vr/v, 854 in. Loftie ii.M(7!', Ix.xi.x Newberry: Length, [No. 24150.] Scarah, ?\. xxvi, 21.

|

A

^

^ ^^

:

;

:

;

^ k

439. Green paste Scarab, of type A "God's Wife Mkkit- Am EN." Back worn.

2,

XVI

with oval base, on which I Ith dynasty. Length,

is
;;

inscribed

1

in.

[No. 30566.]

440. Green glazed

steatite

.Scarab, of

type

A

3,

name

of a

princess or queen,
?).

Metet
Length,

or

Temet,

inscribed with the garbled. Uncertain

J

fe^

Period (XVIIIth dynasty

§ in.

[No. 42062.J

vj

441. Green glazed steatite .Scarab, of type
the princess

A

2

C

2,

inscribed with the

name
in.

of

NUB-MERI,

1 b^f*^.

Early XVIIIth dynasty.

Length,

.',

[No. 42710.]

442. Green glazed
the

steatite Scarab, of

type

.A.

2-C

2,

inscribed on the base with

name
.',

of
in.

the

princess

Bekt,

J

"^^

Early
J

XVIIIth dynasty.
[No. 40789-]

Length,

A.\HMKS" (queen
Loftie: Essay,

443. Apple-green paste Scarab, of type D of Thothmes I). Fine work.
l.xx.xii.

2,

XVI

inscribed " Great Royal I Ith dynasty. Length,

Wife
f!jy

/^!^
v<<>i.

in.

[No. 24153.]

444. Camel ian

Scarab,
.

of

type

Aahmes,
^- in m.

1

^

jt|

[]

Chipped

at side.

C 2, inscribed with the name of queen Rough work. XVIIIth dynasty. Length,
TNn 40878.] [No. /inS7Sl

/q
\r\

VJ

445. Long half of a carnelian Scaraboid, inscribed "[God's] Wife A.\HMES." XVIIIth d}-nast)'. Length, i in. From Tell Nebesha. Petrie: 7'«;//'i-, II, pi. viii, 43.
[No. 18468.]

f'^l
L
I

o

Presented by the Egypt Explorntion

En ltd,
who

1887.
liveth
"
j
'

^
11'

446. Carnelian
(the

name

is

Scarab, of type C 2, inscribed " Queen, Middle XVIIIth dynasty. Length, -jL. in. omitted).

c

[No. 27159.]

^]

\

4^

CATALOGUE OK SCARABS, CYLINDER-SEALS,
447. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded I. Fine work. Early XVII
to white, of type
I

ETC.
witli

[447 457

C

2,

inscribed
/'f.-

the

name

of

Thothmes

th dvnasty.

Length,

'"•

'[No. 38688.]

a

^

y^^ (^1^

inscribed the

448. Blue glazed steatite Scarab, of type C-L, on the base of which name of TiiOTH.MES I. XVI II th dynasty. Length, i in.

is

'^

~\

"

j^A
^ ^

/

»^

[Xo. 42698.]

IP

449. Green glazed
base
is

steatite Scarab, of

inscribed

"

Good God, Lord

dynast}-.

Length,

^

of the

Two

type C 2, with legs cut free. On the Lands, Thotumes (I)." X\'IIIth
[No. 27067.]

|

in.

^ <J^
n
f

w

450. Green faience Scarab, of type
of the solar disk

A

2--C

2,

inscribed with the ideograph
I.

©

'>^,

and the name of

Thothmes

Early

XVII Ith

dynasty.
'
'

,^
*
f]

Length,

^

in.

[No. 37724.]

nil'

451. Light blue faience Scarab, of type Saite Period. Length, ;,Mn. Loftie jS'jjrti', Ixx.x.
:

A

8,

inscribed

"

R.\-TllOTllMES."
[Xo. 24151.]

'"^^
^^
'

':.;^

452. Green glazed
cut
"

a

representation
(Ij,

Thoth.MES

steatite Scarab, of type C 2. On the oval base is of a protecting hawk flying above the name of Lord of Thebes." Early XVI I Ith dynasty. Length, in.
,5


m^^A
HI
'/
^

:_

^

^

''

"^

[No. 28569.]

"^^

^v;-^

"Thothmes,
Length, yV
in-

loving

Thebes."

Rough

work.

.XVI I Ith

dynasty, [No. 42514.]

fti

f
'

<?>

l'^^*^:'

"'

^
G
(^

\1a--^
.i^
*

454. Glazed steatite Cowroid, inscribed with the prenomen of Thothmes I (Aa-KHEPER-KA-R.\). The arms of the /vr-sign are prolonged so as to surround the scarabaeus, /'/f/^/-. Early XVIIIth ch-nasty. Length, fi- in.
[No. 38596.]

^'

\

U

«

^•^•i]
"^I^''

455. Glazed steatite Scarab, _ faded to brown, of type inscribed with 3, the i)renomen of Thothmes I (A.\-kheper-ka-R.\). The arms of the Xvr-sign are prolonged so as to surround the scarabaeus, 'kitcper. Early XVIIIth dynasty.
Length,
| in.

A

^tj^^

Z-*^,
i^^^VVJ

[No. 38764.]

%^

456. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to red-brown, of type A 2, inscribed with the prenomen of Thothmes I. The arms of the /^«-sign are prolonged to embrace the scarabaeus. Early XVIIIth dynasty. Length, || m. [No. 45665.] 457. Glazed
steatite

Scarab, faded to white, of tj'pe
I
;

A

3,

inscribed with the
r

^

^^

prenomen of
hippopotamus.
Length,
^

Thothmes
The arms

the place of the sign

\

is

taken by the figure of

'—

of the sign ka embrace the scarabaeus.

X\T

I

Ith dynast

in.

458-469]

THOTHMES

I.

49

458. Glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 3, with deeply cut legs, on which is cut part of the prenomen of THOTHMES I, [Aa]-khei'ER-ka-Ra (Xllth dynasty). The arms of the /-^-sign are prolonged. XVIIIth dynasty. Length, i in.
[i\o.

42379-]

steatite Scarab, of type G i, with a braid border round the side. base is the prenomen of THOTHMES I, AA-KHEi'EK-KA-RA, within a Top chipped. Earl}- XVTIIth dynast\' spiral border of flattened broken volutes. [No. 45664.] Length, -j^^ in.

459. Glazed
the

On

O
460. Green glazed
steatite Scarab, of

type

A

3,

"Aa-kheper-ka-R.a (Thothmes I), Setep-en-Ra." Length, f in. Newberry Scanrbs, PI. xxvii, 3.
:

with deeply-cut legs, inscribed Fine colour. X\TIIth d}'nast3'. [No. i2-:,77.]

o

461. Dark green glazed steatite Scarab, of t}'pe C 2, with carefully cut back, legs cut free, and oval base, inscribed " Good God, Aa-KHEPER-KA-R.a. (Thothmes I)," within a beaded border. XVIIIth d\-nasty. Length, j in. [No. 27045.]

O

^^^

U

^

462. Green glazed

steatite Scarab, of t}-pe

C

2,

with legs deepl)- cut and oval
:

base, inscribed "Good God, Aa-kheper-ka-R.a (Thothmes I)," within a rope border. XVIIIth dynasty, Length, f in. Newberry Sarrads, PI. xxvii, 2 (number

mis-printed,

"

32418

").

[No. 32438.]

463. Glazed
is

steatite Scarab, faded to white, of

type

A

2.

On
"

the base

O
I

cut the

prenomen of

THOTHMES

I,

Aa-KHEPER-KA-R.\,

Good God,"

between a protecting hawk and a representation of a bead necklace with clasps in the form of hawks' heads. Chipped. XVIIIth dynast)-. [No. 42194.] Length, I in.
464. Green glazed
base, inscribed with the
steatite Scarab, of

U

-si^

u

type

C
I,

2,

with legs cut free and o\al

prenomen of

THOTHMES

in a

papyrus boat.

XXTIIth
7042.]

dynasty.

Length,

§ in.

[No.

465. Green glazed
the base
is

steatite Scarab,

faded to brown, of type
I,

C

2.

On

inscribed the

prenomen of
tails
in.

THOTHMES

Aa-KHEPER-KA-Ra,

between two crowned iiraei, the XVIIIth dynasty. Length,

^

of which meet above the cartouche. [No. 42693.]

On the steatite Scarab, partly faded to brown, of type C 2. cut a cartouche containing the prenomen of THOTHMES I, Aa-KHEPER-K.A-R.a, XVIIIth dj-nasty. between two tiraei, and surmounted by a protecting hawk. [No. 38935.] Length, f in.
466. Green glazed
is

base

467. Glazed
of

steatite

Thothmes

I,

Aa-kheper-ka-Ra,

dynasty.

Length,

^

in.

Scarab, faded to grey, of type 2, inscribed with the prenomen XVIIIth in a cartouche held by a protecting hawk. [No. 48824.]

A

468. Green glazed

steatite Scarab, of

type

C

2,

inscribed with
.

the

prenomen of

O

Thothmes
dynasty.

I (Aa-kheper-ka-Ra), between two Red Crowns, %( Length J in.

Early XVIIIth
[No. 40804.]

U

469. Sky _blue

faience

Cowroid,

inscribed

with

the

prenomen
in.

of

Aa-kheper-ka-R.\, betw-een two lilies, so treated crowns of Lower Egypt reversed. XVIIIth dynasty. Length, f
I,

Thothmes

as to resemble

Newberry:
[No. 30568.]

Scarabs, PI. xxvii,

10.

'

50

CATALOGUE OF SCARABS, CYLINDER-SEALS,
Cowroid, inscribed with 1 1 th dynasty. Length,
tlie
i;

ETC.

[470-478

470. Hlue-green faience TllOTiiMES I. Thick glaze.

prenomen

of

XVI

in.

[No. 30567.]

¥ u
prenomen
Length,
jj

471. Bhie

faience

Scarab,

of

type
.

H

2,

inscribed

with

the

of
in.

Thothmes
I'etrie
:

O
I,

Aa-KHEPER-KA-Ra,

<-=-

Thick gkize.

XVIIIth chnastv

His/. Sarral'S, 858.

u
472. Light green glazed
steatite Scarab, of type
is

[No. 13427.]

C

2,

and cut
Lands,

free.

On

the oval base

inscribed
II),

"

Good God, Lord
life

with legs striated of the Two
for ever."

Aa-KUEPER-KA-Ra fTHOTllMES

giving

Below

the cartouche is the ideograph of "gold." Newberry: Sarrabs, PI. xxvii, 11.

XVIIIth dynasty.

Length, ^ in. [No. 30570/

473. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to light brown, of t\-pe C 2, inscribed "Aa-KHEPER-KA-R.\(Thothmes I), Lord of the Square (w/^/m/), Fine work. XVIIIth dj'iiastj'. pillar of strength." Length, g in. Loftie Essay, \xyi-s.\. Newberry: Scanrbs, PI. x.wii, 11. Petrie Hist. Sarrabs, ?>y 2. [No. 24152.]
:
:

474. Oval base of a steaschist Scarab,

sliced off, inscribed with the

in a cartouche from below is the which spring the outspread wings and legs of a vulture ideograph of " gold," fWS^. XVIIIth dj'iiasty. Length, J-i in. Newberry: Scarabs, PL xxvii, 9. [No. 16578.]
I,
:

prenomen of

ThoTHMES

Aa-KHEPER-KA-Ra,

475. Light green jasper Scarab, of type 2, with legs cut free and oval base, on which cut a representation of a king wearing the helmet, shooting with a bow from a chariot at a Nubian armed with two throwsticks, who is struck in the breast with -', an arrow, and is falling, with averted head, in front of the roj-al horses. Above is
is

A

the inscription

"

Good God, Aa-KHEPER-KA-R.\ (Thothmes
XVIIIth
d}-nasty.

I),"

T

I f

O

'

H h1.

^

Very

fine

work.

Length,

§ in.

Hay
2,

Co/ifc/io)/,

1S6S.

Newberry: Scarabs,
[No. 17774.]

PI. xxvii, 4.

a

476. Lapis-blue glass Scarab, of type U-shaped gold ring, of circular section.
I,

A

in

its

original
is

On

the
II),

base

setting as the bezel of inscribed the prenomen of

G

Aa-kheper-Ra (Thothmes
dynasty.

II,

or

Amen-hetep
diameter of

•^.
in.

Slightl)- chipped.

X\TIIth
1868.

Length of

scarab,

h

in.

;

ring,

//ay

Collection,

[No. 17745.]

477. Light green glazed steatite Cowroid, on the base of which is cut the uracils of Uatchit, wearing the horns and disk of Hathor, entwined with and springing up from a papyrus plant with a single flower._ In the field are a cartouche containing the prenomen of THOTHMES I (?) Aa-KHEPER-Ra, the ideograph O
of
" life," -?-,

and the word M(|
Petrie
:

,

"

beloved

"

(of Uatchit).

XVIIIth dynasty.
[No. 16568.]
-

Length,

-ff in.

Hist. Scarabs, 870. Presented by Major-Geii. A. IV.

H. Meyrick, 1879.
i,

base,

478. Light blue-green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 2-C on which is cut a figure of a bull walking on a papyrus plant.
" life,"

with oval In the field
I,

are inscribed the ideograph of

¥-,

and the prenomen of
J-| in.

THOTHMES

O

1^

LJ.

XVIIIth dynasty.

Length,

[No. 30569.]

479-487]

THOTHMES

I

AND

II,

HATSHEPSET.
t_\'pe

51

479. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of the distinction between prothorax and wing-cases. On the base are cut a design of a flying scarabaeus, O three annules, and two scallops, above a cartouche prenomen of Thothmes I, the containing which is placed between two hawk-heads facing inwards, beneath each of which is the sign LJ.

G

1,

with two annules marking

U

Rough work.

XVI Ilth

dynast)'.

Length,

1/77 in.

m
;

[No. 36464.]

•7.'!

the

480. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of prenomen of Thothmes I, rudely cut.
Length,
§

t)-|3e

C i, inscribed with a Good work glaze turned

modification of
red.

XVIIIth

\J'

dynasty.

in.

O
[Xo. 27845.]

^

481. Green glazed steatite Cartouche-Plaque, with line cut round the side. the obverse is the prenomen, and on the reverse the nomen of T11OTH.ME8 H, Nefer-KHAU. Lower part broken off. X\'I I Ith d\-nast)-. Length, i in.

On

[No. 45321.]

482. Green glazed
of

steatite Scarab, of

Thothmes U, Aa-kheper-en-Ra.

type C 2, inscribed with tlie prenomen XVIIIth dj'nasty. Length, J in.
[No. i9i67:\

483. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type A-C 2, inscribed " Good God, Aa-KHEPER-EN-Ra," the prenomen of Thothme.s II, above a representation of a pectoral, each shoulder piece terminating in a hawk's head. XVIIIth dynasty. Length, § in. [Xo. 40790.] 484. Light blue paste Scarab, of type
is

A

2,

with oval base, on which
II,

inscribed,

in

a reversed cartouche, the

prenomen of TllOTHMES

Aa-KHEPER-EN-R.^, between two plumed hawks'-heads of Mentu, facing inwards. Rough work. XVIIIth dynasty. Length, | in.
[No. 27800.]

->

485. Light blue _composition Scarab, of type 2-N, finely cut, with oval base, inscribed " Aa-KHEPER-EX-Ra " (TuOTHME.S II), between two maatXVIIIth d)'nasty. Length, | in. feathers and two «£'/;-signs. [No. 28547.]

A

(lilfP

486. Glazed steatite Scarab, of t\-pe A 6, in the original thin gold setting, inscribed "Good Goddess, Maat-KA-Ra, Lord (j/V) of the Two Lands, Khnem (i'/r) -Amen Ha-SHEPS (Hatshep.SET) " both cartouches are placed on the ideograph of " gold." Fine work. XVIIIth dynasty. Length, | in. Loftie Essay, Ixxxiii. Newberry [No. 24154.] Scarabs, PI. xxxii, 31.
; : :

O^nrfO

[*m«0

487. Blue faience Cartouche-Plaque, of thin and broad type, in.scribed on the obverse with the nomen, and on the reverse with the prenomen of HATSHEPSET, as 486. From [No. 41142.] Der al-Bahari. XVIIIth dynasty. Length, ^ in. Presented by the Egypt Exploration Fii ltd, 1904

G

2

1

52

(•ATALOGUE OF SCARABS, CVLINDKR-SEALS, ETC.

[488-495

488. 151uc faVencc Cartouche-Plaque, inscribed on one side with the prenomen, and on the other with the nomen of Ma.AT-KA-Ra Khnemt-.A.mi \ Hatshepset. From Der al-Bahari. XVIIIth dynasty. Length, |i in.
[No. 41703.]
Presi-nted by the

(

^

r^

A ^
LJ

^J)

Egypt Exploration Fund,

1

90 5.

489.
inscribed

Blue faience Cartouche-Plaque, of thick, brick-shaped
the

type.

On

the obverse the

is

prenomen

{

©V^(_J

]

AIaat-ka-R.a,

on

the

reverse

nomen
.Wlllth

f

^1

l'^^^

J,

of H.\TSHEP.SET.
| in.

Thick

glaze.

Probably from Dcr
Petrie
"
:

al-lxahari.

dynast)-.

Length,

Burgon

Colleetion, 1842.

Hist. Scarabs, 895.
li\e

[No. 3945.]
of the

490. Blue

faience

spherical

Bead,

inscribed

Long
]

the

wife

god,

Hatshepset, beloved
X\'IIIth dynasty.

of

Amen!"
\ in.

?1^ O
i
I

(

\^

=^^c. C^
JUJ

'^^^
J\
1

/WWNA

V \

00
1 1

Fine work.
[No. 37727-]

i:j,

Diameter,

49L Green
VV
in.

glazed steatite Scarab, of

queen Ha-shepsu [Hatshep.set],

c^

A 2, inscribed with the name of J)^i. XVIIIth dynasty. Length,
type
[No. 37726.]

^"

i^

492. Light green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 2-3, with flat back, deeply cut legs, and oval base, on which is inscribed " Divine Wife Ha[t]shepsut." Fine work. XVI 1th dvnastv. Length, Un. " [No. 28438.]

T

Co

III

493. Green
base,

glazed

steatite

inscribed
in.

"Divine

Wife,
x'^i^,.

Scarab, of type H.\[t]shepsu[t]."

A

3-C 2, with oval XVIIIth dynasty.
'

==1

^

/^ 1,

I

Length, I

Salt Collection,

Yetne: Hist. Scarabs, gi^.
[No. 3948.]

^

__
c,

'^

"m
r]SHElPSU.
I

XVIIIth dynasty.

494. Pale blue paste Scarab, of type Length, ^^ in.

A

2,

inscribed with the

name

of

I.Ia[

1
I
I

_2>

[No. 46271.]

495. Green
with the

name
2

glazed steatite Scarab, of type of " Khnem[t]-Amen H.\TSHEPSU.'
:

A

3-C

2,

inscribed
'

h

t^

XVIIIth dynasty.
[No. 30572.]

|||™"

Length,

in.

Newberry

Scarabs,

PI. .xxviii, 32.

~J)

Q

^ ^'

J

496-506]

HATSHEPSET.
steatite Scarab, of

53

496. Green glazed
base, inscribed "
chief,
I in.

Hatshepset, beloved
PI.

sheps,

is

lion-headed.)

Newberry: Scarabs,

with deeply cut legs and oval (The fit^ure of the seated Fine work and glaze. XVI llth dynasty. Length, x.xviii, 36. [No. 29455.]
3,

type

A

of

Amen-Ra."

497. Blue-green glazed

steatite Plaque,

thin

On

the obverse

is

cut the

prenomen of queen
cr A

and roughly made. Hat.shepSET O
,

(MaaT-KA-R.a).

On

the other her name,

t^^

KhNEMT-

7\men Hasheps.
Length, i
in.

XVI Ilth

dynasty.

^1/.^^

^ ^

=^ ^

[No. 37725.

498. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type C 2, inscribed with the prenomen of queen HAT.SHEPSET (Ma.AT-KA-Ra). XVII Ith dyna.sty.
Length,
y-L in.

[No. 40792.]
to white, of t\-pe

499. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded
of

C

2,

inscribed with the
:

prenomen

Hatshepset,
I I

J^.

XVIIIth

d)'nasty.

Length, f

in.

Loftie

Z;".y.s-(r)',

l.x.xxiv.

[No. 24155.]

500. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to yellow, of type C 2, with oval ba.se, on which is cut a hawk with outstretched wings, protecting a cartouche containing the prenomen of Hatshepset. One side chipped. XVI Ith d\-nast}'. Length, ^ly in.
I

.v
'

..'^.;

\^.

[No. 33906.]
501. Glazed steatite .Scarab, faded to white, of type A 23. On the base is Roughly inscribed the prenomen of HATSHEPSET, with the signs, " Good God." [No. 46526.] cut. XVI I Ith dynasty. Length, | in.

\^A-y'
Q.

^

|i]
[

(^/<)

|

502. Green glazed steatite rectangular Plaque, inscribed on both sides with the prenomen of H.ATSHEPSET (Ma.AT-KA-Ra), on the obverse between two obelisks (commemorating the erection of the great obelisks at Karnak by the queen), and on the reverse between two w<:/(f/-fcathers, and with the symbols of " gold," etc. XVI I Ith dynasty. Length, \ in.
503. Glazed
legs,

'

'i--

J

[No. 41977.]

steatite Scarab,

faded

to

grey,
| in.

of type

A

3,

with deeply cut
[No. 42046.]

inscribed

with

the
I

prenomen of queen Hatshepset,
Length,

Khnem(t)-Amen

TMaat-KA-Ra).

XVI

Ith dynasty.

'^^

504. Blue-green glazed

steatite
,

Cartouche-Plaque, inscribed on the obverse with the prereverse, "

nomen

of

HATSHEPSET,
off.

G
~^

and on the

House

of

Amen, house
f in.

of L^atchit.'

r^
I ^^

Lower end broken

P,

XVI

I

Ith dynasty.

Length,

[No. 27262.]

505. Green faience Cartouche-Plaque, inscribed on the obverse with the prenomen of

O
H.\TSHEPSET,
J\
L ,

Emi
and on the reverse
"

I

Hou.se of

Amen

and Horus,

hou.se of Uatchi(t)."

h
1

^^^^
/AAy\AA

i

XVIIIth dynasty.

Length iJ^

in.

[No. 32278.]

^"^^

^^
506. Blue faience Cartouche-Plaque, faded to white. On both sides is cut the prenomen of H.vtshepset, with, in one case, two papyrus-sceptres. Chipped on one [N'o. 4S367.] side. Mid XVIIIth dynasty. Length, f in.

G

Q

54

CATALOGUE OF SCARABS, CYLINIJKR-SEALS,

ETC.

[507 515

507. Green glazed steatite Plaque, in the form of a cartouche. On both sides is inscribed the prenomen of H.\TSHEPSET (Ma.\T-ka-R.\j. W'lIIth dynasty. Length, j in. [No. 40/9 >•]

508. Bkic-green glazed steatite Cartouchc-l'laque, inscribed on Roughly cut. both sides with the prenomen of Hatshepset. XX'Illth d\-nast\-. Length, in. [No. 27882.]
'j

flu

509. Glazed steatite Cartouche-Plaque, inscribed on both sides with a modification of

^
the

O
|

5
Si/

prenomen of Hatshepset
Length,
\

;

obverse,

|f)

'

;

reverse,

I,

Ra-MA.\-ka-S.

XVI 11th
[No. 16741.]

dynast}'.

in.

Petrie

:

Hist. Searabs,^g6.

510. Blue
inscribed
al-Bahari.

faience

Cartouche-Plaque,

of thick

shape.

On
'^\f,

both

sides

is

ffi|\<)^

the

i)renomcn of

Hatshepset (Ma.\t-ka-Ra),
Length,
;^

U.

From Der
[No. 41 140.]

\^X
(If^'l

\A_

-

XVIIIth

d}'nast)'.

in.

I

Presented by the Egypt Exploration
511.

I-

mid, 1904.

VX^J] '^taJr-i»^\

^

Blue fafence Cartouche-Plaque, of thick type, inscribed On the obverse in relief the prenomen of Hatshepset. and on the ;t"'(Vjv incuse. From Der al-Bahari. X\'IIIth dynasty. [No. 41 141.] Length, in. ^ resell ted by the Egypt Exploration Eund, 904.
with
,:;

®
^J

P

_

LJ

v!^,i

1

^M
^r;

is

512. Blue faience Cowroid, inscribed tl-ie prenomen of

with striated

HATSHEPSET (MaaT-KA-Ra).

XVIIIth dynasty.

Length,

j]

in.

border and raised ends. On the base l->om Der al-Bahari. [No. 4 1704.]

Q
\jj

j^

Presented by the Egypt E.xploralion Eund, 1905.

side

Cartouche- Plaque. faience On one 513. Blue prenomen of Hatshepset inscribed the is On the other the same prenoO (Ma.\T-K.A-Ra). men, with the addition " divine of monuments," '^U' ^ q 'n at Der referring to the queen's buildings XVIIIth From Der al-Bahari. al-Bahari. [No. 4173 1.] 000 Length, i/l in. dynasty. 1'' resented by the Egypt Exploration Fnnd, '1905.

»n

^
I

514.

Sky

blue

H.\ISHEPSET.

From Der

faience Scarab, al-Bahari.

of

type

J

i,

inscribed

XVIIIth

d)-nast\-.

with the prenomen of Length, y\ in. [No. 26284.]

O
J\

LJ

Presented by the Egypt Exploration Eund, 1896.
515. as 514.

.Sk\'

blue faience Scarab, of the
al-Bahari.

From Der

same type, and w^ith the same XVIIIth dynasty. Length, in.
ji

inscription

jlMfek

^^Hk
f^-^-_
^'i^l^V

[No. 262S5.]

Presented by the Egypt Exploration Eund, 1896.

'

516^527]

HATSMEPSET.

55
as 514, inscribed with the

516.

Sky

blue faience Scarab, of the

same type

prenomeu
h in.

of

o

Hatshepset,

spelt

.

u
[No. 26286.]
Presciiti'd bv the

P

From Dcr

al-Bahari.

XVIIIth dynasty. Length,

Egypt Exploration Fund, 1896.
t)'pe,

517. Green glazed steatite Covvroid, of broad
the

rudch- inscribed with

iii|ir~

prenomen of HATSHEPSET, G

?J)

„-„

"\

XMIIth
A-C
O
jS

dynasty.

Length, |

in.

<^V!~''

v-"^
'"

[No. 28085.]
518. Light

^^—

blue

faience

Scarab,

of type
R.\),

2,

inscribed with the
](").

pre-

nomen
Length,

of queen
-,% in.

HatshepsET (Maa1'-KA

I

XVIIIth

dynast)-.

[No. 38703.]

519. Blue

faience

Scarab, of

Hatshepset.

XVIIIth dynasty.

type C Length,

2,

inscribed

with

the

prenomen

of

A*^

| in.

[No. 28561.]

520. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type
base, inscribed with the

A

3,

with finely cut head and back, and oval
„'

prenomen of HaTSHEPSET,

jj.

XVIIIth

d\'nasty.

Length,

?,

in.

[No. 29459.]
521. Green glazed steaschist .Scarab, of type 6, on the base of which is inscribed XVIIIth dynasty. Length, the prenomen of H.ATSHEPSET, between two feathers. yV in. Atiastasi Colti'ctioii, \iT,g. Petrie Hist. Soimds, Sgg. [No. 3946.]
:

A

^>
f|vr.:'i

'M^W ^^^
C^

522. Green glazed .steatite Scarab, of type A 2-3, inscribed with the name of queen Ma.\T-KA-Ra (H.\TSHEPSETj, between two crowns of Lower Egypt, [No. 39274.] Length, g in. Chipped. XVIIIth dynasty.

y n
^

^ y \^

is

2-C 2, with thick base, on which 523. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type cut the prenomen of H.ATSHEPSET in a cartouche surrounded by the ideographs XVIIIth dynasty. of the winged solar disk, the madt-{ea.thers, and "gold." Length, f in. Newberry: Scarabs, PI. xxvii, 25. [No. 29230.]
524. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type

A

.-^^v
'^fpf/^
/

1.^^

A

2-C

2,

Maat-KA-Ra (H.ATSHEPSET)," between
necklace with hawk-head
Petrie
:

the winged

solar

inscribed " Good God, disk (above), and a

clasps

(below).

XVIIIth dynasty.

Length, |i

in.

Hist. Scarabs, 994.

[No. 16764.]

525. Glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 3, inscribed with the prenomen of H.ATSHEPSET, between the ideographs of "truth" and "beauty." Much chipped.

_

'^

XVIIIth dynasty.

Length,

P
Rough work.

[No. 16573.] resettled by Major-Geii. Sir A. W. H. Meyrick, 1879.
fi- in.

Petrie: Hist. Scarabs, goi.

9^1 ° ^
j

'—

j

526. Light blue glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 3-C 2, inscribed with the prenomen of H.ATSHEPSET, between the ideographs of "kingship" and "fertility."

<-,

®

-^

XVIIIth dynasty.

|

^

1

Length, |

in.

[No. 30573.]

"[J
*r^—
l:-

527. Glazed
base,

steatite Scarab, of

inscribed

"Lady

of

the

Two
in

XVIIIth dynasty.

Length, ji

type A 2, with deeply_cut legs, and ova! Lands, Ma.AT-K.A-Ra (H.ATSHEPSET)." [No. 27028.]

L

w^^^Js

Xl^^^I::^

=

56
528. Green
the

CATALOGUE OF SCARAHS, CYLIXDER-SEALS,
3,

ETC.
"^
I

L528-53Cf

"

glazed steatite Scarab, of t\pe A the lord (sic) of the Two Lands, (Hat.>^HEPSET\ live." Coarse work. XVIIIth dvnasty.

inscribed

May

Good God,

Maat-ka-Ra
Length, | in. [No. 385/"]

=
"

^--^

Jo

^ Q.

u^'T
May
X\TIIth

529. Green
dynasty.

glazed
j in.

steatite

Scarab,
(sic)

Ma.\T-KA-Ra (H.\T.SHEPSET),
Length,

lord

of type of the Two

A

2-C

2,

inscribed

Lands, live!"

[No. 30574-]

530. Blue-green glazed steatite Scarab, of tj-pe 2-3. with deeply cut legs, inscribed "Good God, AL\.\T-KA-R.\ (H.\TSHEPSET)," above the papyrus plant, symbol of the North. X\TIIth dynasty. Length, i| in. Xewberrj- Scanibs, PI. xxvii, 24. [Xo. 27816.]
:

A

531. Glazed steatite Scarab, (HaTSHEP.set), beloved of Amen."

of

t>pe

A

2,

inscribed

"

^L\.\T-KA-RA
1"^"^^

XVHIth

d\nastv.

Length, -^

in.

[Xo. 27811.]

532. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type 3-C 2, with oval base, inscribed Ma.\T-KA-R.\ 'H.\Tshepset), [Good] Goddess [living] for ever, heiress of Ra." I Ith dynasty. Length, i in. Xewberrv Scarabs, PI. xxvii, 26.
'"

A

CO

1?^
I

X\T

:

^j
^^^

[Xo. 30575.]

1:^
the sides of the

533. Lapis-lazuli Scarab, of tj'pe

L

2,

in

its

original gold setting as the bezel of a

ring of circular section, with swivel attachment. setting are a raised plait and bead border, r >j , Q sjj '-' and on the ends is chased a plait-ornament. On the base of the scarab is cut the inscrip- A ti^ tion "Maat-ka-Ra Hatshepset), heiress Fine work. of Amen-Ra." XVIIIth dynast}'. Length of scarab, -j^- in. diameter of ring ^ in. Petrie Hist. Scarabs, 908 (inscription only). Aiiastasi Collection, 1839.
,
(^

^-shaped gold

Round

^

^ ^^

1

;

:

[Xo. 2933.]

See also Introduction.

534. Lapis-lazuli Cartouche-Plaque, set as the bezel of a thin gold wire
obverse
is

ring.

On

the

inscribed

"Good God Ma.\T-KA-R.V T

^

;

on the reverse "Beautiful praiser of

Amen-Ra,'

Jj^

q
\

.

X\

.

1 1

Ith dynasty.

I'J Length of plaque, yV

'i-

Salt Collection,

iSt,^.

1

I

[No. 2938.]
;

535. Glazed steatiteScarab, faded to white, of t}pe A 3 inscribed with the prenomen of Hatshepset and the title " emanation of Amen." XVIIIth dynastv. Length, % in. [Xo. 38676.]

p.

^
il

-,

^

^

^h.':-

^^f:
~

t|^
^ li
!\t^^^^

^

t^^

536. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 3, inscribed " Ma.\t-ka-Ra (prenomen of H.\TSHEP.SET), emanation of Amen." XVIIIth dynasty. Length, f in.
[No. 37728.]

^'^

,

537-546]

HAPSHEPSET AND THOTHMES

III.

57

537. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of type A-C 2, inscribed with XV'IIIth a corrupt form of the prenomen of queen Hatshepset(Ma.\T-KA-Ra). [No. 38753.] Length, i in. dynasty.
538. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type
inscribed

J,

,,M?i,

possibly a corrupt

form of the prenomen of queen dynasty. Length, -f^ in. 539. Glazed
sphinx, with
before
it is

Hat.shep.'^ET,

o

:U-

Rough work.

X\'IIIth

[Xo. 40793-]

tiie

On the base is a steatite Scarab, faded to grey, of type A 2-C 2. iiU/ crown, couchanl on a tieb. Above is a protecting hawk, and
prenomen of Hatshepset,

part of the
in.

°

'^'^'.

Mid XVIIIth dynasty.
[Xo. 48838.]

Length, f

540. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type A 3, witli very rude inscription, imitating the prenomen of Hatshep.SET, with other signs. XX'IIIth d\-nast\-. Length, ,''^ in. 9\ r-" f? [Xo. 48878.] Hi^nn

^^:^

541. Purple faience Cartouche-Plaque.

On

the obveise

is

inscribed

O
the

prenomen of H.ATSHEP.SET,
of her
'l

y^
:

^
,

and on the reverse a peculiar

pj^
f

^l

modification
dj-nasty.

name
in.

;'?1

Length,

Petrie

as "wife of Ra," Hist. Scarabs,

^i
-.

.

X\'IIIth

not given).

'

[^rev. 891 '—^ Jf [Xo. 16744.]

\\

\

•sn

4^^

O

542. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of t>-pe A 3, withdeeplj- cut legs, 1 and oval base, inscribed "Royal Daughter Xeferuk^" (daughter of t Hatshepset). XVIIIth dynasty. Length, f in.
[Xo. 30636.]

JU

543. Green glazed steatite Scaraboid, with an utchat cut in high relief on the back, and the inscription "queen Xefeklr.\," between two crowns of Lower XVIIIth dynasty (reign Eg}-pt, incised on the base. of Hatshepset). Length, ji in. \^o'ii\^: Essay, zyXw.
Petrie
:

q
,
'
|

x3
^7, :.
1

^

\

*

*

p

Ill

Hist. Scarabs, 929.

[Xo. 24215.]

544. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type C 1-.A3, finely cut. On the base is inscribed " All the beauties of Ra," perhaps containing the name of Mid XVIIIth dynasty. the princess Xeferur.\, daughter of Hatshepset. [Xo. 4129.] Length, -^ in. Petrie Hist. Scarabs, 931.
:

545. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type

A

3,

inscribed with the prenomens of Hatshepset and Thothmes III, Chi ipped. in two cartouches, side b}- side, between two iiraci.

O
g^

G

XVIIIth dynasty.

Length,

f in.

[Xo. 40794-]

U

546. Blue glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 2-3, inscribed " Good God, Lord of the Two Lands," between the prenomens of H.atshepset and Thc^TH.MES hi. Modern imitation (?) XVIIIth dynastv. Length, | in.
[Xo. 40846.]

H

;8

CATALOGUE OF SCARABS, CYLINDER-SEALS,

ETC.
tlie

[547 554

547. Glazed steatite Heart-Amulet, laded to white, perforated across

top.

On
that

the

obverse

is

inscribed

the

prenomen of II.\TSHKI'SKT,

and on the

rrrrrsr

of

o

U
.

TnOTHMES

III,

XVIIIth

d)-nast}-.

Length,

i,'

in.

[No. 23234.]

548. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of tvpe
is

A

3,

with oval base, on which

prenomen of TnoTH.MES III, in a cartouche, above the prenomen of H.\TSHEPSET, between two iiiaat-ka.ih.ers. Coar.se glaze XVIIIth
inscribed

the

dynast)'.

Length,

.V

in.

[No. 3947.]

549. Light blue composition Cartouche- Plaque, originally inscribed (before glazing) on one side with the name of queen H.\tshepset, on the other with the words " beloved of Amen," the queen's name has been subTlIOTHMES III, scraped off and the prenomen of O style. stituted, by cutting into the glaze, in inferior *( From Der al-Bahari. XVIIIth dynasty. Length, i in.

t^

;

,

[N0.4II43-]

k^!^

Presented by the Egypt Exploration Fund, 1904.

down

550. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A, which has afterwards been cut into the shape of a plaque, the legs of the scarab remaining at the sides.

On the obverse, the original base, is cut the prenomen of Tmothmes III, in a cartouche, flanked by uraei, surmounted by the atef-cxoww with uraei, and placed on the ideograph of gold on the (later) 7-everse, made by cutting off the back of the scarab, is inscribed the prenomen of HatsheI'SET, between uraei, above that of Thothmes III, between protecting hawks wearing the red crown. XVIIIth Length, ] in. dynasty. [No. 29232.]
;

The evidence
of the

Thothmosid kings, rather than

of this scarab favours the theory of Prof. .Sethe witli regard to the succession that of Prof. Naville.

551. Blue fai'ence Cartouche-Plaque, with the prenomen of THr)TllMES III
relief

in

^^/^

on one

side,

^-^

Chipped.

XVII Itli

dynasty.

Length,

j{r in.

[No. 16970.]

552. Left half of a blue

fai'ence

Cartouche- Plaque, inscribed

with the
^

prenomen of

o

Thothmes

III,

t^^.

From Der

al-Hahari.

XVIIIth dynasty.

Length,

in.

^
553.

[No. 43^09.]

Presented by the Egypt Exploration Fund, 1906.
blue

Opaque
III
;

Thothmes
XVIIIth

in

dynasty.

O Cowroid, plain, inscribed with the prenomen of bezel of a thin gold wire bow-ring. ^~^ original gold setting as the Length of cowroid, i in.; diameter of ring, ij in. by I in. [No. 2934.]
glass

^

/,

554. Light green glazed

steatite

Thothmes

III.

XVIIIth dynasty.

Cowroid, inscribed Length, in.
,',.

with the prenomen

of

J

[No. 28910.]

555-5691

THOTHMES

III.

59

of

Thothmes

555. lilue-green faience Duck-Scaraboid, inscribed on the base with the prenomen III. XVI I Ith dynasty. Length, y^ in. [^'o. 16773.] Presented by Major-Gen. A. IV. H. Meyrick, 1879.

G
^^^^

%
O
^^^^^

556. Light green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 3, rudely inscribed with the prenomen of Thothme.S III. Well cut thick glaze. XVIIIth dynasty. Length, | in.
;

[No. 28407.]

%

557. Green glazed

steatite

Scarab,

of t\'pe

A

3,
;|

inscribed

with

the

prenomen of
[No. 4043.]

Thothme.S

III,

i^iSu,

^.

XVIIIth dynasty.

Length,

in.

Phillips Colleetion, \%i-j.

inscribed with the

558. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, with striated legs, back broken off, prenomen of TuoTllMKS 111. X\' Itli rl_\'nasty. Length, f^ in.
1 1

O
^^^^^

[No! 4054.]

%
O
^^^^

559. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 3, mounted in gold as the bezel of a ring, and inscribed with the prenomen of THuTH^^•;s III. XVIIIth dynast}-. Length, -j\ in. [No. 17782.] 560. Light green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 3-C 2, with oval base, on which is inscribed the prenomen of Thothmes III. XVIIIth dynasty. Length, f in.
[No. 27308.]
561. Green

%
©
^^^^^

%
^

Q Scarab, of type A 3, with legs and wing-cases clearly marked, inscribed with the prenomen of Thothmes III. XVIIIth dynasty. ^^~^ Length, f^ in. Amrstasi Co.'leetion, 1839. [No. 4050.]
glazed
steatite

Thothmes

562. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A III. XVIIIth dynasty. Length, ] in.

6, in.scribed

with the prenomen of
[No. 4059.]

"3

A nas/asi

Collection, \^},g.

^^^

^

with high rounded back. On the base is rudely cut the prenomen of Thoth.mks 111. Much worn. XVIIIth dynasty. Length, in. [No. 27057.]

563. Haematite Scarab, of t}'pe
j:

J,

O
^^^

^-''

^
of
^ ^

564. Green

faience

Scarab,

of type

C

4,
i in.

inscribed

with

the

prenomen

Thothmes

III.

XVIIIth dynasty.

Length,

[No. 27146.]

g^

565. Green glazed

steatite Scarab, of t}-pe J

i,

with the wing-cases marked and the legs
III,
immi,

not indicated, inscribed with the prenomen of

Thothmes

^

.

XVIIIth

dyna.sty.

Length,

-,% in.

[No. 27317.]

566. Green

glazed

steatite

Scarab, of type
dynast)-.

A

3,

inscribed

with

the

prenomen

of

Thothmes

III,

0|^.

XVIIIth

Length,

j in.

A nnstasi Collection, iS^g.
[No. 4051.]

567. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to gre>-, of type A 2, with high back. On the XVIIIth dynasty. base is inscribed the prenomen of TilOTHMES III. Chipped. [No. 46264.] Length, i in. 568. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type Thothmes III. XVIIIth dynasty. Length, f 569. Green
glazed
steatite

O "^^
^ ^

^
O
^miM^

A
in.

3,

inscribed with the

prenomen of
[No. 28904.]

W

Scarab,

of type

A

3,

inscribed

with

the

prenomen of

Thothmes

III,

G

f]

^

.

XVIIIth dynasty.

Length,

| in.

A nastasi

Collection, iS;ig.

[No. 4048.]

H

2

6o

CATALOGUE OK SCARABS, CVMNDER-SEALS,

ETC.

[570 583

570. Ih-een glazed steatite .Scarab, of t\-pe .A 3, witli the wing-cases marked and the legs roughly indicated, inscribed wiih the prenomen of TiioTllMHS III. [No. 28455.] XVI Ilth dynasty. Length, ^ in.
571. Bright blue faience .Scarab, of type T1UHIIME.S in. .\V II I th dynasty. Length,

©

1^
^^
,uxi^

A

3,

inscribed

with

the

prenomen of
[No. 28780.]

/^^ in.

^
^^^^

572. Rlue-grccn glazed steatite Scarab, of type L XVI llth dynasty. Length, -/V '»• TllOTii.MKS HI. of

2,

inscribed with the

prenomen

L^*"- 28966.]

^

573. Blue faience Scarab, of type .A 3, rudely inscribed with the prenomen Length, /',. '"• TllOTilMK.s III. XVIIIth dvnastv. of [No. 28762.1

<;7XC«

ECVrv

^^^
,

574. Blue

faience

Scarab,

of type

A
(?).

3-6,

in.scribed

with
in.

the

prenomen of
[No. 45970.]
in.scribed the

TiioTHMKS

III, as

573.

XVIIIth dynasty

Length, ;%

^
.„'.,.

,

575. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type L 2. On the base prenomen of THOTIIME.S III. XVIIIth dynasty. Length, g in.

is

[No. 27985.]

^
,,,.',.

.^

576. Glazed

steatite

Scarab, faded
III.

to

white, of type

L
in.

2,

inscribed

prenomen of

Thothmes

XVIIIth dynasty.

Length,

g

with the [No. 46409.]

,......^

o^

577. Green glazed

steatite

Scarab, of tj-pe L, inscribed with the

prenomen of
[Xo. 42069.]

Thothmk.s

III.

Rough work

XVIIIth dynasty.

Length,

|

in.

jg,

inscribed

steatite Scarab, of type L, with nicks prolonged in a curve, Thick glaze. XVIIIth dynasty. with the prenomen of Thothmes III. [Xo. 42063.] Length, -,-^ in.
.

578. Green glazed

G
^^^^

2lS

TiioruMKS

579. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of t\'pe A 3, inscribed with the ])renomen of X\'lIIth d\-na.stv. Length, ] in. 1, MKN'-KUErKR-R.\.
1 1

,.,'t,,,

[Xo. 40876.]

^

,,^

TuOTMMK.s

580. Blue faience .Scarab, of type A 3, in.scribed with the prenomen of Aiinstasi Fine colour. X\'I Ilth dynasty. Length, in. III. [Xo. 4044.] Collection, \%ig.
^^

©
1^^^^

'

2^

ip>*^

^€^

581. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of t)]ie G 4, with wing-cases marked, mounted ySf\ on a ring of plain gold wire, without a s\vi\el. On the base is insci ibeil the fe^iiifci prenomen of TuoTHMKS III within a rope border. X\'IIIth tlxiiasty. Length of fcj^ c)
scarab,
I in.

[Xo. 4052.]
Scarab, of type G 4, with wing-cases prenomen of Thothme.s III. Rough
in.

^stfj/

582. Green glazed
work.
'

steatite

©
"^^^^

/-^^
^*****^
"

roughl\- indicated, inscribed with the

XX'llIth dvnastv.

Length,

"

°

'"^

[No. 27015.]

215

J^ ^^^
o
f^"^^

is

583. Green glazed steatite Cowroid, with beaded lines on the back. On the base inscribed the prenomen of TllOTlIME.s III. X\'IIItIi chnastv. Length, \ in. [No. 28908.]

J^

584 5961

TIIOTIIMES

III.

6i

584. Green glazed .steatite Scarab, of type 3, inscribed with the eaiiiest form of the prenomen of Thothmes HI, MliN'-KllKrER-K.\-R.\ Setei'-en-R.\. XVIIIth dynasty. Length, y'g- in. [\o. 41944.] 585. Green glazed
steatite Scarab, of t>-pe

A

L

2,

inscribed with the earlier pre-

„'^„,

nomen

of

Thothmes

III,

Men-kheper-k.\-R.\.

XVIIIth dynasty.

Length, | in. [No. 28951.]

"^^^^

^U

586. Blue faience Scarab, of t\pe A 3, inscribed with the prenomen Men-KHE1'ER-K.\-R.\ (Thothmes III) (or a compound prenomen of Thothmes III and USERTSEN I). XVIIIth-XI.Xth dynastv. Lenuth, ^'^ in.
[x\o. 28621.]

O
^^^^
''

_

^
O
"^^^^

587. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 3, inscribed " MEN-KnEPER-K.\-RA (Thothmes III), Lord of the Two Lands." XVIIIth dynasty. Length, y!^ in.
[No. 30008.]

^"U
o
r^^^^

588. Green glazed

steatite Scarab, of

type

A

3,

inscribed with the earlier pre-

Thothmes III, or a compound prenomen of Men-k.\-R.\, Usertsen, and Thothmes III, or possibly the last and the title (?) " Ka-R.\ ("double of Ra ").
nomen
of

XVIIIth dynasty.

Length,

| in.

[No. 40873.]
.Scarab, of type

^U ^
O
<.-<6-

dynasty.

589. Green glazed Length, i in.

steatite

A

3,

inscribed as 588.

X\'IIIth

[No. 32457.]

mi
o G
'-^

590. Glazed

steatite

.Scarab,
| in.

of tj'pe

A

3,

faded

to

white,

inscribed

as

588.

XVIIIth dynasty.

Length,

[No. 16998.]
591. Green glazed steatite Scaraboid, with back in the form of a squatting ibis {T\. the base is inscribed the earlier prenomen of THOTHMES III, as on 588. X\'IIIth dynasty. Length, fi=- in. Sail Collation. [No. 4064.]

On

^

592. Green glazed steatite
the earl\-

Plaque,

with rounded

ends.

On

prenomen of Thothmes III, as on 588, and on the with whip on back and iiraeits before, on the ucb-s\ox\, X\'IIIth
593.
I'ale

reverse

the obverse is inscribed is a crowned hawk,

d}-nast\-.

Length, \ in. [No. 4062.]

prenomen of Thothmes

green paste Scarab, of type -A 3-6, inscribed with the earlier form of the III. XVIIIth dynasty. Length, | in. [No. 46563.]

594. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to grey, of type X\'IIIth dynasty. Length, i in. 595. Glazed
earl\-

L

2,

inscribed as 593.

Chipped. [No. 46565.]

steatite

prenomen of
III
in.

Thothmes

Scarab, faded to j'ellow, of type A 3, inscribed with the III and two disks, or a combination of the prenomens

of

Thothmes

(Men-khefer-ka-R.\), and Men-ka-Ra.

XVIIIth dynasty
[No. 42822.]

u
oe

Length, ^^

596. Unglazed steatite Scarab, of type 3, with striations at the side in the style of i. On the base is inscribed the prenomen of Thothmes III in its yariant form: " Men-kheper-ka-R.\, Lord of the Two Lands," in a central vertical column between two columns containing the ideographs of " kingship," " life," etc.

K

O

G

XVIIIth-XIXth

dynasty.

Length, f

in.

[No. 27076.]

f

62

CATALOGUE OF SCARABS,

CYLIN'DER-SKAI.S, ETC.

[597-607

597. 15rii;ht blue faience Scarab, of t}-pc A 3, with arched back, and wing-cases marked, and the legs deeply cut, inscribed " Men-kheper-Ra (Thothmes ill beloved of Ra." Slightly chipped. XVI Ilth dynasty. Length, | in.
,

/V^Arv'

V^'-^^

[No. 28591.]

'*^y

(Thothmes
5.

598. Light blue composition Scarab, of type A 3, inscribed Finely cut chipped on back. III), beloved of Ra." Length, in.
:

"

Men-KHEI'ER-Ra

XVI Ilth

dynasty. [No. 27138.]

['^/^
^*'"

599. Light bhie-green glazed steatite .Scarab, of t\-pe A KllErt;R-RA ('rnuTiiMES III;, loving truth." Roughly cut. Length, i in. B/acas Colkclioii, 1867.

3,

inscribed

"

MenTl
1

O

X\'lllth dynasty.
[No. 16761.]

'^ K S
\

600. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type A 3, with deeply cut legs. On the base is inscribed " Mex-KHEPER-R.\ (Thothmes III), beloved of Amen-R; XVI Ilth d\-nasty. Length, m. [No. 4S930.]

o o

\i
O
I

L^
ff
fu)

601. (jrcen glazed steatite Scarab, of t}-pe A 3-C 3. On the base is cut a confused form of the prenomen of Thothmes III, prince (of Thebes), beloved (of Amen), with two iiraci, etc. XVIIIth dynast}\ Length, -jf in. [No. 45662.]

o
I

z^j

r^^

^

602. Glazed steatite Scarab, of continuous herring-bone hatching.
cases
is

t)-pe

On
"

G i, with the wingProtection

o

cut

H

;

at the sides
is

is

an elaborate rope

border,

and on the base
for

lightly cut

and gold

the

Thothmes

III.

R.\-MEN[-KiniPER]," i.e., XVIIIth dynasty. Length, [i in.
king

[No. 38920.]

603. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type
"

A
"

4.

On

May Men-KHEI'ER-Ra (Thothmes

III) live!

XVIIIth

the base is rudely inscribed d)'nasty (?). Length, i in. [No. 463"! 7-]

f^^^^

n
>/^^.
"•'t''^

604. Glazed steatite -Scarab, of t}-pe between C i and L 2, with pear-shaped base, inscribed with the prenomen of Thothmes III, in a cartouche between a ;/^i^-sign and three symbols of "life." XVIIIth d\-nast}-. Length, in.
,!;

1

vS^^j

[No. 16812.]

the

605. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of t}-pe C 4, prenomen of Thothmes III. XVIIIth dynasty.

inscribed with a modification of

';'

Length,

| in.

i^^^^

[No. 38990.]

W
)

606. Green glazed
of

steatite Scarab, of

Thothmes

III,

in

the

form
%

type A 4, inscribed with the prenomen Me n-kheper-ka-Ra, Nefer-kheperu.
[No. 30597.]

[

C

O ^——
T

XVIIIth

d\'nasty.

Length,

in.

1
III

607. Deep blue paste Scarab, of type L i, inscribed Men-K1IEPER-R.\ III), beneath a winged sun. XVIIIth dynasty. Length, in.

Nefer-kmeperu (Thothmes

G

o t^
III

[No. 45911.]

608-618]

THOTHMES

III.

63

608. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 7, mounted in an electrum setting as the bezel of an electrum ring, with twisted wire attachment. On the base is inscribed " Good God, Lord of the two Lands, Men-KHEPER-Ra, Thothmes(III)." XVI 1 1 th dynasty. Length [No. 17894.] of scarab, i in.

H

^ I

o
11'

609. Glazed God, Lord of the

steatite Scarab, faded to grey, of tj'pe

A

8,

inscribed

"

Good

u
-^
r^
i\

Two
| in.

Lands, Mi:n-KHEPER-R.\, Son of the Sun, Tiiotiimes."

There

is

a confusion between

^\

"Son," and the

ibis

"^

of Thoth.

XXVIth

dynasty.

Length,

[No. 38650.]

610. Green glazed steatite .Scarab, of t)'pe

A

3,

Men-KIIEPEK-Ra (Thothmes
Collection, 1839.

IIIj."

XVII 1th

dynast}-.

rudely inscribed " Good God, Length, i in. .-h/,rs/,is/
[No. 4002.]

O
'^

T

611.

Green glazed

steatite Scarab, of
III)."

type

A

3,

inscribed
y^;.

"

Good God, Men[No. 42064]

G

KHEPER-Ra (TuoTH.MES

XVniIth dynasty.

Length,

in.

^^J
ti^
"]

KHEPER-Ra."

612. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A XVII Ith dynasty. Length, -/^ in.

3,

inscribed

"Good God, Men[No. 42045.]

g
I7,,

J

as the bezel of a ring, inscribed Length of scarab, -f^ in.

613. Light green glazed steatite .Scarab, of type L, in the original gold mount "Good God, Men-KHEPER-Ra " XVIIIth dynasty. [No. 28956.]

^
]

WI
G
,,,,,,,

.^

*

614. Light green glazed steatite Scarab, of type MEN-KJiEPER-R.\ (Thothmes III)." XVI I Ith dynasty.

A

3,

inscribed
.1

"

Good God,

Length,

in.

q
[No. 1(^767 :\

\m
,,.,',,,

/«) T

Presented by Major-Gen. A. W. H. Meyrick, 1879.
615. Glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 3, faded to grey, inscribed XVIIIth dynasty. Length, in.
;',

"Good God,

Men-KHEPER-R.\."

a
[No. 28280.]
I

/w> *

^

J

616. Blue faience Scarab, of type as the bezel of a ring of copper wire.

A

3,

roughly

cut,

mounted
ci
|

^^,

On the base of the scarab is in.scribed "Good God, Men-kheper-Ra (Thothmes III)." XVIIIth dynasty. Length of scarab, fV in. Hay Collection, 1868.
[No. 17592.]
617. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type XVIIIth dynasty. Length, ^ in.

^iiiim,

/^
{^

|
(j)

i'
^^

_
..'....
.^

A

3,

inscribed

"Good God, Men-

KHEPER-Ra."

Burgon

Collection, \Za,2.

q
[No. 4006.]

yo^ *

jgj
Q
^^^—^

618. Glazed steatite Scarab.of type A Chipped on one side. XVIIIth dynasty.

3,

inscribed

Length,

^

"Good God, Men-kheper-Ra."
in.

Bequeathed by the Hon. Sir

IV.

[No. 16776.] Temple, 1856.

I^T "^ ^
'

64

CATALOGUE OF SCARABS, CYLINDKR-SKALS,

ETC.
" in.

[619 632

619. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 3, rudcK- inscribefl Men-K11E1'EK-Ra (TiioTliMES III)." XVIIIth d\-nast\-. Length,
!.

Good God,
Aiiastas.

O
e;^

Collection, 1839.

[\o. 4005.]

1

^

!

620. Green glazed .steatite .Scarab, of type L i, mounted in an electrum setting as the bezel of a ring, {ascribed "Good God, Men-KHEPER-R.A (Thothmes III)." Much chipped setting broken. XVI Ith d\-nasty. Length, 1 in. Hay Collection, xf^C^f^. [No. 17911.]
;

I

621. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of t\'pe .A 3, inscribed KllEi'ER-R.A (TliOTiiMFS III)." XVII Ith d\-nast)-. Length,

"Good God, Mk.\,'',.

,,,,',,

in.

1

[No. 27263.]

I

I '^^ ^

g

622. Green glazed
Collection,
iB,2,g.

steatite Scarali, of t^-pe
III)."

A

3,

rudeh' inscribed

"

Good God,
Anastasi
'1
'

,^,,

Men-kheper-R.a (Thothmes

XVIIIth

dynast\-.' Length, f in.

"y^

[No. 4007.]
faded to
ivor}--\vhite,

m
'7,,

f

^

623. Glazed

"Good God,
dynasty.

steatite Scarab, Me.\'-kiieper-R.\ Length, i in.

of t\-pe

A

3,

inscribed

(Thothmes

III)."

Rough work

XVIIIth
[No. 27994.]

1
'

TT

m
,„,

f

624. Green glazed steatite Rat or Jerboa, perforated as a bead, with the "Good God, Men-kheper-Ra (Thothmes III)," on its base. XVIIIth dynasty. Length, in. Loftie Z;.f.fc?i', l.v.Kxviii, p. 27. [No. 24159.]
inscription
^^
:

T
'

TT

M

I

625. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t}'pe A 3, inscribed "Good God, Men-khi 1'ER-Ra (TnoTH.MES III)." XVIIIth dynasty. Length, | in.

[No 38654.]
626. Green glazed
steatite Scarab, of t\-pe .A
3,

a ^^ ]

r^
*

g

J

inscribed

"

Good God, Men-kheper-R.\
[No. 29017.]

(Thothmes

III)."

XVIIIth dynasty.

Length,

;:^n.

627. Glazed steatite .Scarab, faded to white, of t_\-pe A 3, coarsely On the base is rudely inscribed "Good God, Me\-KHKPEK-R.\. XVIIIth dyna.sty. Length, i in. [No. 2S268 ]
cut.
'

,,,,

v

]

'

W

,

T?
"

628. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 3-6, rudely inscribed " Good God, Men-KHEPER-R.\." XVIIIth dynasty. Length, 5 in. Anastosi Collection, [No. 4053] 1839-

,,,'L.

q ,^
,^„

*

-j^J^
q r^f

629. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type KHEPER-R.\." XVIIIth dynasty. Length, ] in

.A 3, inscribed

"Good God, Men\?<T,g.

Anastasi

Collection,

[No. 4049.]

iSJ(^^^^
"^

630. Blue glazed
cut the

steatite

Cowroid, plain.
III.

On

the base

is

prenomen of THOTHMES

XVIIIth dynasty.

roughly Length,

."^^^

|

1^1
'P5'

Moi'
\

yVin.
631. Green

[No. 46568.]

\mb\
O

Q

t

glazed steatite
as before.

Rat

(?).

On

the base

is

inscribed

"Good God,
[No. 28052.]

Men-KHEPER-Ra,"

XVIIIth

dj-nasty.

Length,

^

i,,.

"]gj
''5^'K

632. Blue faience Plaque, with rounded end.s. On the obverse is " Good Ggd, Men-KHEPER-R.\." On the /rwrjc i.s cut a ro-sette. XVIIIth (l)-nastv. Length, in.
inscribed
^^

/^'^^

^^^^ \^'''>^'^

[No. 16750.]

w^^ >^^ --^'^

I

633-642]

THOTHMES

III.

65
/IS^-

633. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 3. On the base is inscribed " Good God, Men-kheper-R.\ (Thoth.mes III)." XVI Ith dynasty. Length, y\ in.
[No. 28075.]

i!^'\

Lt"''
G

634. Green glazed steatite Plaque, in the shape of a Fi.sh, on the base of which XVIIIth is IS inscribed " Good God, Men-KHEPER-R.\, Lord [of the Two Lands]." [Xo. 4010.] Length, ^^ in. dynasty. dvi

__

1"^^^^

i iQ
I

T

p|

635. Green

Men-KHEPER-R.\,"

glazed steatite above the

Scarab, of
;/d'/;-sign.

t}-|)e

A

3,

inscribed

"

Good God,
|
in.

',,

XV'IlIth

dynasty.

Length,

q
|

Ajiastasi Collection, 1839.

M

,

^

[Xo. 4008.]

^^
I,

636. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of
the

t\-pe

.A 2,

flat,

inscribed with

prenomen of TltOTHMES
"

III,

and the ideograph of

gold,"

("SSS^.

Men-KHEPER-Ra, with the words "Good God," H XVIIIth dynasty Length, in.
J-

[Xo. 41855.]

637. Green glazed

steatite

Plaque, with rounded ends.
III;,"

On
;

the obverse

is

inscribed

"Good God, MEN-KHEPia<-R.\ (THOTHMES
Amen-Ra, between two
w^i^'-signs,
(J

S~r^

t

on the reverse the name of
Length,

—^

J

.

XVIIIth

dj-nast}-.

i

in.

[No. 28773-]

638. Bright blue faience Plaque, with rounded ends. On the o^WA-j^ is in.scribed "Good God, Men-KHEPER-R.\ (THOTHMES III)." On the reverse is the name of Amen-Ra, inscribed lengthways, and encircled by two lily-stalks with buds. XVIIIth dynasty. Length, in.
j;

,

,--

-

;,

u-

'^(^"^i^]

si;3

t

[Xo. 32381.]

639. Glazed

steatite Plaque, with
,

rounded ends.
the reverse
is

On

the obverse

is

inscribed
[I-

"

Good

God, Men-KHEPER-R.\,"

,,

.

On

the

name

of

Amen-Ra,
Length,

,

followed

by an

illegible

sign.

'I
I

Q W

T

Chipped.

XVIIIth dynasty.

J in.

[Xo. 16819.]

640. Glazed God, Lord of the
.j^ in.

steatite

Two

Scaraboid Plaque. On the base is inscribed " Good Lands, Mex-KHEI'ER-R.A,." XVIIIth dyna.sty. Length,
[Xo. 4004.]

II

Andrews

Collection, \^i^%.

641. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type A 3, inscribed " Good God, Lord of the Two Lands, Me.v-KHEPER-Ra, beloved of Amen-Ra." XVIIIth dynast)'. Length, i in.

)

}^

^3:7
^
[I

[Xo. 37760.]

r^^T"
^AAAA^
I

\h

1

\

642. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type A 3. _0n the base winged solar disk and the in.scription " Men-KHEPER-Ra, Good God, Lord of the Two Lands, beloved of Amen-Ra." Chipped on one side. XVIIIth dynasty. Length, % in.
are cut a

f

O t^
|

^1 — ~
T
r,
'

[No. 41949.]

^^ ^^ ^
I

H

66

CATAI,OC;UE OF SCARABS, CVLINDER-SEALS, ETC.

[643-652

643. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 3, inscribed " Good God, Lord of the Two Lands, Men-KHEPER-Ka, beloved of Amen-Ra." Fine cutting and glaze. X\'IIIth dynasty. Length, |^ in.
[No. 28427.]

1J

=
i

O

I

644. Green glazed steatite .Scarab, of type A 3, inscribed " Good God, Lord of the Two Lands, Mkn-KHEPER-R.\, the firm, beloved of Amen-Ra."
Slightly chipped.

li
["^^^

XVI Ilth

dynasty.

Length,

A

in.

[No. 32449-]

Two Lands, MEN-KHK.rER-RA," followed by Amen-Ra, garbled. XVI Ilth dynasty. Length, j^ in.
1^^"^^

645. Glazed God, Lord of the

steatite Scarab, faded to yellow, of t)'pe G, inscribed "

the

Good name of

q

*

|I

[No. 38659.]

J^ =:

ry

646. Upper part of a blue faience Scarab, of type

A

3,

inscribed

"

Good God, Lord
U

Two

Lands,

Men-KHEPER-Ra,

prince beloved of

Amen-Ra,"

'II^^ fo t^^ ^1

of the
?

From Der

el-Bahari.

XVIIIth dynasty.

[No. 41 Length, g in. Presented by the Egypt Exploration Fidtd, 1904.

144.]

647. Faience Plaque, with rounded ends. On the obverse is inscribed "Men-KHEPER-Ra, beloved of the gods." On the reverse " Praise Amen-Ra, the good, who hearkeneth to ihe offering." XVIIIth
dynasty.

Length, |i

in.

[No. 28'.98.J

648. Blue glazed
the

steatite Scarab, of

type

A
in.

3,

inscribed

"

Men-KHKPER-Ra,
]^^

Good God, beloved
11 \

of

Amen, king

of the gods,"

mikn

I

I

^T

^"^^'^^'"^ dynasty.

Length, J4

[No. 41882.]

649. Blue-green glazed steatite Scarab, of type 3, with unusuall)- long hind-legs, inscribed with the prenomen of Thothmes III in a cartouche, the name of Amen-Ra (garbled), and the signs for "Lord of the Two Lands" and " gold," beneath the winged sun. XVIIIth dynasty. Length, | in.
[No. 28195.]

A

(.00

o

650. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of type A 6, with small head and broad base, on which is inscribed " MEN-KnKi'EK-R.\ (TliOTH.MES III), giving life for ever," beneath the winged sun. XVIIIth dynasty (?). Length,
in.

ids

I

o t^^
1 1 1

^'V

[No. 30578.]

651. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type .A 3, mounted in a ring of plain gold wire. On_the base is inscribed "Good God, Lord of the Two Lands, Men-kiieper-Ra (Thotmmes III), giving life for ever." XVIIIth dynasty. Length of scarab, j in.; diameter of ring, i in. [No. 40798.]

652. Glazed
base
is

inscribed
III),
"

"Good God, Lord

(Thothmes
graph of
1046.

gold."

faded to red, of type A 3. On the of the Two Lands, Men-KHEI'KK-R.\ giving life for ever." Beneath the cartouche is the ideoXVIIIth dynasty. Length, f in. Fetrie: Hist. Searabs, ' [No. 16789.]
steatite

Scarab,

II

^Af
MTrrfO

,

1

653-662]

THOTHMES

III.

(>7

653. Deep green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 3. On the base is " Good God, Lord of the Two Lands, Emanation (of Amen), Mex-KHEI^EK-Ra, giving life for ever," beneath the winged sun-disk, and above the ideograph of "gold." XVIIIth dynasty. Length, \ in.
inscribed

II

m At
(>in«<"l

[No. 27851.]

t^
654. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type 3-6, with the legs cut free Fine work. On the base is rudel}' the head and wing-cases are elaborately cut. inscribed "Good God, Lord of the Two Lands, Men-KHEPER-Ra (Thoth.MES III), giving life for ever," with the winged sun above and the ideograph of " gold," with two wn/r/ springing from it, below. XVI Ilth dynasty. Length, f in. [No. 29450.]
;

A

/^
o

655. Blue glazed

steatite Scarab, faded

"Good God, Lord
giving
life

of the

like the Sun."

to grey, of type A 3, inscribed Lands, Men-KHEI'ER-R.\ (Thothmes III), XVIIIth dynasty. Length, | in. [No. 38663.]

c=]

*

Two

=

]^

A

f
'^-i^rvi

656. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 3-6, inscribed " Good God, Lord of the Two Lands, iVlEN-KHEPER-R.\ (Thoth.MES III), treading down
every land."
105
1.

Fine work.

XVIIIth dynasty.

Length, fin.

?Qtr\e

:

Hist. Scarabs,

[No. 16838.]

657. Glazed steatite .Scarab, faded to white, of type A 3, inscribed "Good God, Lord of the Two Lands, Men-KHEPER-R.\ (Thothmes III), treading

D n

down

all lands."

XVIIIth dynasty.

r^
I

Length, J

in.
I I

[No. 42466.]

well cut.

658. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 3, with arched back; ^a± On the base is inscribed "Good God, Lord of the Two Lands, ^v( ^;— Men-kheper-Ra (Thothmes III), treading down all lands." XVIIIth :=: dynasty. Length, | in. B/acas Collection, \9>6j. ¥e\.r\e: Hist. Scarabs, xoj^g. [No. 16835.]
I

o

D a

659. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to grey, of type A 3, inscribed Good God, Lord of the Two Lands, Men-kheper-R.a (Thoth.MES III), treading down all lands." XVIIIth dj-nasty. Length, | in.
[No. 46382.]

|

"

I

o

a D
f^.^^^

660. Glazed

steatite

Scarab, faded to grey, of type

A

3-4, inscribed
III),

"Good God, Lord of the Two Lands, Men-Kh'epek-R.A (Thothmes treading down all lands." XVIIIth dynasty. Length, f in.

II

o

[No. 39705-]

66L Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type A 3-D, inscribed "Good God, Lord of the Two Lands, Men-KHEPER-Ra (ThoTHMES III), treading down all lands." XVIIIth dynasty. Length, in.
[No. 42532.]

=1

n D

llo

On the Scarab, of type A 4, faded to brown. base is inscribed "Good God, Lord of the Two Lands, MeN-KHEPER-Ra (THOTH^H•:s III), treading down the countries. Lord of the Two Lands." [No. 16833.] XVIIIth dynasty. Length, f in.
662. Glazed
steatite

D
'^

D

Io

|

^3^

:=
I

2


68
663. Glazed
Sun,

CATALOGUE OF SCARABS, CYLINDKR-SEALS,
steatite Scarab, of

ETC.

[663-670

type

A

3,

faded to

Men-kheper Ra (Thothmes
1 1

III), treadin;:,^
'

down

The white, inscribed all lands." Chipped,
'

Q
f

X VI

th dynasty.

Length,

^

g

in.

^
[No. 46495.]

2»"N H^^ J
ri

n

^

down

664. Dark blue paste Scarab, of type A 3, inscribed " Good God, treading the Anu, more powerful than any (former^ king {/it., lord of strength
'

more than

XVIIIth

king'), Men-KHEPEK-Ra d}'nasty. Length, i-| in.

any

(Thotiimes

III),

giving

life."

[No. 28 2
1

1.]

665. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type .A 6, with high arched back and very deeply cut head and legs. On the base is inscribed " Men-khepek-Ra (Thothmes III), good prince,' smiting the Nine Bows." X\'IIIth dynasty.
Length,
i-i in.

fo^^gl
^

?!
I

Sa/t Collection, 1S35.

Petrie

:

Hist. Scarabs, 1065.

§
51

^ ^

[No. 4014.1

'--='

666. Ojjaque blue glass rectangular Plaque.

On

the obverse

is

incised the inscription,

"Good God, Men-kheper-Ra (Thothmes
of terror."
"valour,"

III), lord of valour, great

On
^\
in.

and "gold," on which

dynasty.

the reverse are incised the ideographs of " power," sits a child. Very fine work. XVIIIth square. Anastasi Collection (11), 1857. [No. 17717-]

^-^i;

667. Green glazed
"

steatite

Men-khepek-R.\ (Thothmes
dynasty.

III), lord of the scimitar,

Scarab, faded to grey, of type A 3, inscribed beloved of Amen-Ra."
^'^^^^
[]

X VI Ilth

Length,

-,% in.

ti^^
S
I

[No. 40401.]

,/^-:r3

^=3.

668. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type A 3, inscribed with a corruptly written prayer to Amen for Thothmes III: " May Amen, who loves him, give Men-NEFER-KHEPER-K.'\-R,\ valour every day!" XVII Ith dynasty.
Length, f
in.

o

*

r'^c::^

C

I

ant^i^

[No. 41956.]

G
669. Light green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 3. On the base is inscribed " Men-kheper-R.\ (Thothmes III), prince of Thebes, lord of valour, beloved of Amen." Fine style. XVIIIth dynasty. Length, |-i- in. [No. 45829.]

I

^]\

670. Glazed
prince of Thebes."

steatite Scarab, faded to grey, of
III), lord

t)-|:ic

A

"Men-KHEPER-Ra (Thothmes

3

;

roughly inscribed
e'^:]

of the scimitar, great and good god,
i

Ramesside Period.

Length,

in.

[No. 40414.]

n

I

671-682]

THOTHMES

III.

69
"

(Thothmes

671. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 3-4, inscribed IIIj, multitudes of soldiers." XVI Ith dynasty.

Mi:n-kheper-Ra
Length, i in. [Xo. 27779.]

672. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 3, inscribed with a cartouche containing the prenomen of Thothmes III (Mex-kheper-RaJ, between a winged sun and the words "multitudes of soldiers." X\'IUth dynasty. Length, -j-i in. [Xo. 4 860.]
1

673. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type
"

Men-KHEPER-Ra, beloved XVIIIth dynasty. hoppers."
It is

3, inscribed of the gods, multitudes of grass-

A

G

Length, |i

in.

[Xo. 40797.]
probable that "grasshoppers," or "locusts,"
is

a metaphorical expression for soldiers.

brick-shaped Head, inscribed on faience with: (i) the prenomen of Thothme.S III; name of the god Amen (iii) the lizard, symbol (ii) the scarabaeus (iv) a between two itraci. of multitude XVIIIth dynasty. Length, \ in.

674. Blue
sides

four

^

the

V-

1^^"^

^^

;

U^}
V

y'

^V
[Xo. 28609.]

;

the base
"

675. Green glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of type A 3-6. On t^i^ ^ is inscribed the prenomen of Thothmes III, and the words XVI Ith d\-nast\'. Length,'lb in. stablisher of monuments." R a
I

/ifmti/^

U

ZZ O II
g in.

[Xo. 3775 1 ]

676. Glazed
of

steatite Scarab, faded to white, of

type

A

3,

inscribed with the

prenomen

TEiOTHMES

III,

and the signs ^g'^'<-).
steatite
III.

XVI

I

Ith dynasty.

Length,
with

[Xo. 42687.]

677. Green
Collection, 1839.

glazed

Scarab,

of t}-pe

A

3,

inscribed
-jf^

the

prenomen of Thothme.S

X\' 1 1

Ith dynasty.

Length,

in.

Aimsfasi
[Xo. 3983.]

G
''^vv^^

O sic

678. Glazed steatite Scarab, of type

A

2,-6,

inscribed " Mex-kheper-Ra (Thothmes III;, XVIIIth dynasty. Length, § the Two Lands."

Son of
in.

on the base of which is the Sun, Lord of
[Xo. 28570.]

Q

¥
[m^
''^\^^

679. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 3, inscribed " I\Iex-KHEPER-Ra, Lord of the Two Lands, beloved of Hathor." XVIIIth dynast}-. Length, in. [No. 37759-]
.',

680. Glazed

steatite

Scarab, faded to white, of type

A

3,

inscribed

"

Mex-

khe PER-RA(TnOTHMEsIII),beautifulof years!" XVIIIth

dynasty.

Length, 5 in. [Xo. 38710.]

V-~

\^J
>; 1

681. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 3, inscribed " Mex-KHEPER-Ra, Golden Horus, beautiful of years." XVIIIth dynasty. Length, f^ in.

[Xo. 40796.]

682. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type L 2, with legs deeply cut. the base is inscribed the prenomen of THOTHMES III in a cartouche above the figure symbolizing " myriads of }'ears," seated on the ideograph of Fine cutting and glaze. XVIIIth dynasty. Length, y"^ in. "gold."

(''©^^"g'^

On

V

J

[Xo. 30017.]

p^

70

CATALOGUE OF SCARABS, CYLINDER-SKALS,

ETC.

[683-694

683. Green t^rlazed steatite Scarab, of t_\-|)e A 5, each leg being cut entirely separate from the other. On the base is the same inscription as on 682, with the addition of the winged solar disk above. Hack chipped. Very fine cutting and glaze. W'lIIth dynasty. Length, A in. [No. 28750.]

,^

^^

/^ '

684. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 4, on the base of which is inscribed the prenomen of Thothmes III, in a cartouche between two ?/;-(7(7; below this is the ^ figure symbolic of "myriads of years," seated on the ideograph of "gold." In thr
vacant spaces are the signs T(for, jT,

"Good God"),
Length,
-,% in.

Lord of the
Millingen
Collcitioii,

Two
1847.

\

-^^^i"'.-

Lands," and
I I

XVIIIth dynasty.

Petrie

:

Hist. Scarabs, 1013.
steatite Scarab, faded to white, of
in a

[No. 3966.]

685. Glazed
of

Thothmes
XVIIIth

III

neb.

dj-nasty.

type i\ 3. On the base is the prenomen cartouche above the figure emblematic of many years, kneeling on a Length, | in. [No. 46083.]
."^carab,

686. Glazed steatite
figure holding

faded to white, of type

A

4.

On

the base
in.

is

a kneeling [No. 46988.]

two palm branches, s)'mbolizing "many
III.

years," with a cartouche containing

the

prenomen of TiloiHMES

XVI

I

Ith-.XIXth d\-nasty.

Length, \\

687. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type A 3, on the base of which is represented the figure //</', sj-mbolical of " many jears," kneeling on the ideograph of " gold." Above is a cartouche containing the prenomen of Thothmes III. Late New Kingdom. Length, \ in. [No. 42720.]
steatite Scarab, faded to gre)-, of type 3, inscribed with the of Thothmes III, his prenomen (in a cartouche) and the epithet "Beautiful in Rising," commemorating the royal coronation, or "appearance," on the throne of Horus. XVIIIth dynasty. Length, g in. [Xo. 38689.]

688. Glazed

A

A.'wa
<^'^^'.H.

name

'"^^^^

^^^^
(III
),

689. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type
increasing risings
'

A
,'j^

3,

inscribed

"

Thothmes

(/.(•.,

'appearances,' or 'coronations')

"

'^
^-"

'''

XVI

I

Ith d_\nasty.

Length,

>n-

m'"
"

[No. 40472.]

rising like Ra."

690. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type L i, inscribed Finely cut. XVIIIth dj-nasty. Length, ^i^r

Thoiiimes (HI

?)

>s»»«\':

in.

[Xo. 28690.]

^^-..f ^^^2:_J'

(Thothmes

691. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 6, inscribed " MEN-KHtPEK-R.\ III), rising in Thebes." XVIIIth dynasty. Length, \\. in. [No. 26597.

692. Glazed

.steatite

Scarab, of type

A

[appearing] in Thebes."

Badly

cut.

XVIIIth

rudely inscribed " Men-KHEPEK-R.\, d_\-nasty (?). Length, \ in. [No. 33907-] Presented by Mrs. Hazvker, 1 90 1.
3,

693. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 3. On the base is inscribed, above the sign "gold," "Good God, Lord of the Two Lands, Men KHEPER-R.\ (Thothmes III), the two beauties appear." XVIIIth dynasty. Length, | in.
[No. 30576.]

694. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 6, inscribed, above the sign "gold," "Good God, Lord of the Two Land.s, MEN-KHiiPER-R.\ (Thothmes III), the two beauties appear." XVTIIth dynasty. Length, ji in. Salt Collection,
'

1835.

[No. 4015.]

695-703]

THOTHMES

III.

/I

695. Green Ljlazed steatite Scarab, of type A 3. On the base is inscribed 'Good God, Lord of the Two Lands, Men-KHKP1';k-Ra (TlKrrHMES IIIj, the

-^-».

i^i'^

.^ *;,>

gods appear."

XVI

I

Ith dynasty.

Length, f

in.

[No. 29231.]

696. Green glazed

steatite Scarab, of

Good God, Lord

of the

Two

type A 3-6, inscribed " Men-KHEPER-R.^, Lands, the gods appear." Chipped on one side.
Petrie
:

.vj^-b
;

XVI

~^-]i---fr

I

Ith dynasty.

Length, fin.

Hist. Scai-abs, 1055.

'^i

— w-i-

LXo. 4012.]

".J_;/

with deejjly cut legs, inscribed " Mex-KHEPER-Ra (Thothme.S III), making appearings in the Burton Collection, in. house of Amen-Ra." XVIIIth dynasty. Length, [No. 4016.] 1837.
steatite Scarab, of

697. Green glazed

type

A

(^O
3,

t^^ gj

^

698. Green glazed steaschist Scarab, of type
of which
is

A

2i^6,

on the base
III),

inscribed
life,

"

Men-kuepek-Ra (Thothmes
Amen-Ra."

lord

of

power and
dvnasty.

[in]
^

the temple of
in.

Chipped.

XVIIIth
[No. 4026.]

Length,

(Thothmes
life

Scarab, of type L 2, inscribed " Men - KHEPER - Ka lord of the house of life " or, " Amen, lord of the house of XVIIIth dvnastv. Length, % in. of MkN-KHEPER-R.\." [No. 41898.]

699. Blue

faience

III),

Amen,

;

inscribed

700. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to grey, of type A-D, " .^men-Ra, lord of the house of veneration of the Good
III)."

L^il^J
c
^"
'

God, Men-kheper-R.\ (Thothme.s
Length, f
in.

XVIIIth dynasty,
[No. 38636.]

/I

^^
O
I

^

11
701. Glazed steatite Plaque, with rounded ends.

On
"

the obverse

is

cut a figure of a king,
p^^

making an

offering; behind

him

is

the ideograph of

goodness," T, in front

'^^^
ci

the beginning of the
"

prenomen of

Thothmes
the reverse
is

III,

oS,

and the words

-M^ ^-^

Emanation of Amen,"

H
. . .

.

On

cut,

beneath the papyrus

r^

\

O

I

symbolical of Lower Egypt, an inscription referring to the temple of Amen-Ra, " Horus, lord born (?)... the house of Amen-Ra." of the P2ye and Sekhet XVIIIth dynast}'. Length, f in. [No. 39037.]

inscribed
1059.

702. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 3-6, on the base of which is " Men-kheper-R.\ (Thothme.s III), golden is the heart (?) of Amen-Ra." XVIIIth d>-nasty. Length, \ in. Salt Collection, 1835. Petrie: }list. Scarabs,
[No. 3982.]

703. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type
"

A

7.

On

the base

is

Men-kheper-R.\ (Thothmes

1 1 1),

gold, heart of

Amen-Ra." (The

inscribed signs rss-TC

are cut over a tracing of the sign t^^^. Evidently the inscription was altered during the cutting, the first intention having been to write the name of Amen alone.) XVIIIth dynasty. Length, |^ in. [No. 16815.]

G

1


CATALOGUE OK SCARABS,
CVI-INDICR-SKALS, KTC.
[704 711

(TllOTHMES

704. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A " III), son of Amen, chief Length, in.

3,

inscribed

"

Mkn-KHEPKR-Ra
XVIIIth dynasty,
'

^

Chipped.

vI h ^i^
"^

MJ
-9

^

[No. 27243

]

?

705. Blue fafence Plaque, with rounded ends. On the oln'crsc is inscribed" Men-KHEPKR-Ra (Thotii.mes III), emanation of Amen"; O 1^ on the reverse " Mex-KHEI'ER-Ra, lord of life and strength, i"^^ P?

o
house of Amen,"
r"^"^

XVII Ith dynasty.
r^^"^

Length,

,^

in.

/|

[No. 28497.]

t1
706. Green glazed steatite Plaque, with rounded ends.
"

On
in

the odi'erse
the
rei'crse

is

inscribed

Men-kheI'ER-R.\ (Thothm KS

I

II),

emanation of Ra"

r^
;

o

II
\

C' <n^

rliving for ever," (.')
'^
\


'-—-'

>J

"

Good God, Lord

of the

Two

Lands, Men-KIIKI'ER-Ra, '{Vj
in.

wj

XVIIIth dynasty.

Length,

y'j.

[No. 27236.]

"f
is

^Z''

707. Green glazed steatite Plaque, with rounded ends.
"

On

the obverse
ever,"
]

inscribed

Good God, Lord

of the

Two
"

Lands,

Men-KHEPER-Ra,
Length,

gi\ing

life for

T

Cq
ju^

A

¥

on the reverse
of

M|';n-KHEPER-Ra (Thothmes
dynasty.
J in.

III),

emanation

Amen."

XVII Ith

[No. 32448.]

=
'^

%

708. Blue glazed steatite Scarab, faded to grey and red, of ty])c A 3, inscribed "Good God, Lord of the Two Lands (repeated), Mi,N-KnEPER-R.\, in. emanation of Anicn." XVIIIth d\-nast\-. Length, [No. 38751.]
.\

nie
[SSillo
)

'

0^
,;,

709. Glazed steatite .Scarab, of type D, roughly cut, inscribed "Good God, XVIIIth Lord of the Two Lands, Me\-KHEPER-R.\, emanation of Amen."
d\-nastv.

f

«$

Length,

g

in.

V

[1 LE

ol
j

[No. 386S1.]

A^^^^
j

710. Green glazed steaschist .Scarab, of type A ^,-6, inscribed "Good God, Lord of the Two Lands, Mkn-kiieper-R.\ (Thothmes III), emanation XVIIIth dynasty. Length, ii in. of Amen."

''

^

^

.

.

[No. 27036.]

I

K^
r
j

Scarab, of t}-pe A 3, with deeply cut legs, round the base is a thin gold band. On the base is inscribed "Good God, Lord of the Two Land.s, Men-KHEPER-R.\ Length of (Thothmes III), emanation of Amen." XVIIIth dynasty.
711.

Green glazed
silver

steatite
;

^

'

set

in

a

wire ring

[g t;^ o ^
)
1^

scarab, |

in.

[No. 29449.]

H^

At±^

712-723]

TIIOTIIMES

III.

72,

712. Green i^Iazed steatite Scarab, of type A 3, with deeply cut legs. On the base is inscribed "Good God, Lord of the Two Lands, Men-KHEI'KR-Ra (Thothmks III), emanation of Amcn-Ra." Well cut. XVIIIth dynasty. Length, I in. [No. 28261.
|

/r£;"rs>

'^f'ti^l

'-^^^^1

\^^
.,

713. Glazed
"

steatite

Men-KHEPEK-Ra, emanation

f in.

inscribed Scarab, faded to white, of tyr)e s, of Amen-Ra." XVIIIth dynasty. Length, [No. 38978.]

A

^
\\
'

^
'

""^

O
(Thotii.\i1':s III

714. Green glazed steatite Cowroid, inscribed Good Good, Mex-KHEI'ER-R.\ emanation of Anion." XVIIIth d\'nast3'. Length, ytt in. '[No. 42034.]
"
),

a
I

/^o, *

W .^
1

A

t^

715. Glazed
"

steatite

Men-KHEPER-Ra, emanation

Scarab, faded of Amen."

to

white,

of type

A

3-6,

inscribed

l^S[|^
\\

XVIIIth dynasty.

Length, A in. [No. 38645.]

S
iy^M
'^r:~-A

716. Green glazed .steatite Scarab, of type A 3, inscribed " Men-KHEPER-R.\ (THOTIIME-S III), emanation of Amen." Finely cut. XVI Ith dynasty. Length,
I

fV

in.

Phillips Collection, \^^7.

[No. 4030.]
717.
"

%2l
inscribed

Blue-green glazed steatite .Scarab, of type

A

3,

on the base of which
as before.

is

Men-KHEPEK-R.\ (filOTHME.S III), emanation of Amen," XVIIIth dynasty. Length, in. Sal/ Collection, i?,T,t,.
-.'Vr

Rather rough work.
[No. 4029.]

base

718. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type 3, with deeply cut legs. is inscribed " Men-KHEPER-R.A (TllOTllMES III), emanation of

A

On

the

nJKH^i^
\^,^jTir\

Amen."

XVIIIth dynasty.

Length, |i

in.

"

719. Green glazed steatite Scarab, faded to grey, of type A 4, inscribed Men-KHEPER-[R.\] (Thotiimes III), emanation of Amen." XVIIIth dynasty,

i"^^^

Q P?
(Q,

or later.

Length,

^'r i"-

*^^^
i

fl

[No. 47280.]

^

K..
©
Pj

720. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 3, inscribed Men-KHEPER-Ra XVIIIth dynasty. Length, | in. III), emanation of(?) Amen." * Anastasi Collection, 1839. [No. 4025.]
"

(Thothmes

r^
t]

n f"^^^

"^p)

"

721. Green glazed steatite Scarab, faded to yellow, of type 3, inscribed III), emanation of Amen." XVIIIth dynasty. [No. 39821.] Length, fV in.

A

^

m
|]

Men-khepek-R.\ (Thothmes

S
^

XVIIIth dynasty.

722. Light green glazed Length, |
723. Blue-green
glazed

steatite Scarab, of
in.

type

A

6,

inscribed as 721.

Loftie

:

£'.fMi', l.K.xxvii, p. 27.

Fine work. [No. 24158.]
is

steatite
III),

rectangular

Plaque.

On

the

obveise

inscribed
Salurticr

"
is

Men-kheper-R.a (Thothmes

emanation of Amen," as before; and on the reverse

cut a rosette of four petals and four uraei.

XVIIIth dynasty.

Length, f

in.

Collection.

[No. 24309.]

K

74

CATALOGUE OF SCAKAHS, CYLIM)|;R-SKALS,

KTC.

[724-737

724. (irecn gla/.cd steatite Scarab, of type A 3, inscribed " MEX-Klu:rER-RA (Ti loll Mi:s III), emanation of Amen." XV'l I Ith dyna.sty. Length, f in. [No. 28990.]
I

G '—^

725. Green glazed
scribed
flynasty.
"

steatite

Scarab, of tyi)e
III),

.\

3,

with

dee])l}'

Men-khepkr-Ra (Thothme.s
Length,
.',

emanation of Amen."

cut legs, in.XVilltli

r"^^"^

^ ,ixuxu,
IJ

^^
rra

in.

[No. 28289.]

^

726. Blue glazed steatite Scarab, of Length, \ in. .W/ Collfctiou, 1835. 727. Glazed
"

tyjjc

A

3,

inscribed as

725.

.W'lIIth dynasty.
[Xo. 4032.]

steatite

Scarab,

ME\-KnEPi.R-R.\ fTllOTHMES Length, j in. XVIilth d>-nasty

III),

A 3, faded to brown, inscribed on the base emanation of Amen," as before. Chipped on one side. Burton Collection, 1837. [No. 16801.]
of type

"

728. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 3, with roughly cut legs, inscribed XVIlIth d\-nast\', Mi:n-k.hkpek-R.\ (Thothme.s III), emanation of Amen," as before. [Xo. 47109.] Length, -,% in. or later. 729. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to grey, of type A 4, rudely inscribed "Men-KHEPKR-R.\ XV'IIIth dynasty (?). Length, in. III), emanation of Amen," as before.
.V

(Thoi'H.ME.s

[No. 48701.]

730. Glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 3, inscribed " Men-KHEPER-R.\ (Thoth.mes III), [No. 28225.] emanation of y\men," as before. XVII I th dynasty. Length, i in.
731. Green

glazed

steatite

Scarab,

of

type

A

3,

inscribed

"

Me\ KHEPER
-

-

R.\

(Thothmes
Anastasi

III),

emanation of y\men," as before.

XX'lIIth

dynast)-.

Collection, 1839.

Length, \ in. [No. 4031.]

732. (ireen glazed
as before.

steatite .Scarab, partl\- faded to white, of t\-pe
III,

A

3,

inscribed with the

prenomen of king Thothme.s

Men-KHEPER-R.\, and
-j\ in.

the

title

"emanation of Amen,"
[No. 40372.]

XVIIIth dynasty.

Length,

cut

733. (jreen glazed steatite Scarab, of t)'pe A 3, with narrow back and dceph' in.scribed " Men-iciieper-R.\ (Thoth.\h-:s III), emanation of Amen." XVIIIth dynasty. Length, fV i"[No. 2S021.]
legs,

O
i"^^

Q w

11^^^^
H fv^

734. Blue

faience

Scarab,

of type

A

3,

inscribed

"

Men-k:heper-KA-R.\
Length,
-/^ in.

t^^
l-f

(Thoth.mes

III),

emanation of Amen."

XVIIIth dynasty.

[No. 28614.]

A

^

O "^

735. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 3, on the base of wh icn IS " Men-KHEPER-Ra (TnoTH.\n',s III), emanation of Amen." XX'llIth Length, -fjr in. d\-nasty. [Xo. 28589.]
inscribed

o
_

^^^ r^
tv,

T

of

736. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type .\mcn-Ra (confused with the expression tVj
III

A
\

3-6, inscribed with the
"

name
'

o Q

t^^

emanation of

Amen

),

A
1

and the prenomen of Tikjtiimes Length, y\ in.
737. Green glazed
inscribed
"

(Men-KHEPER-Ra).

XX'IIlth dynast)-.
[Xo. 37754-]

^
-K
_

steatite

Plaque, with rounded ends.

On

the obverse

is

Men-KHEPER-R.\

(Thothmes

III),

beneath a winged solar disk. On the reverse is pendent 7<r.'?(7. XVIIIth dynasty. Length,.", in.

emanation of Amen-Ra," the Hathor emblem, with two
[No. 28844.]

f
^

i,

^
^

^^

^\
p.

^

\-^\

738 748]

THOTHMES

III.

75

the

738. Glazed steatite .Scarab, faded to yellow, of type A 3. preiiomen A ti^ of Thothme.s III, with the sun-disk above

On
it,

the base

is

inscribed

and the words "emanation
[No. 38652.]

of

Amen-Ra,"

'

f^
o

.

XVII

I

th dynasty.

Length, -^

in.

739. Green glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type A 3, with high back and deeply cut legs. On the base is inscribed "Just is Men-KHEPERChipped. .W'lIIth d\-nasty. R.\ (TnOTHMES III), emanation of Amen." Length, |i in.
[No. 45835.]

,

v

(

§
'

'^^^^ '^

J

tv.

740. Blue glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 3, mounted in a modern ring of bent metal, gilt, inscribed " Me.nkheper-Ra (TllOTHMKS III), emanation in. X\'I Ilth d)-nast\-. Length, Hauiiltou Collection, iTjz. of Amen." [No. 1679 1.]

(^©i^^i^
r^^"^

^

741. Glazed steatite .Scarab, faded to white, of type 2. On the base inscribed "Good God, Lord of the Two Lands, Mkn-KHE1'KK-R.\ (Thothmes III), emanation of Amen" (confused with the name of
is

G

——
"I-

I

(

Amen-Ra).

XXIst-XXnd

^
1

!

|j

O

dynasty.

Length, f

in.

[No. 46760.]

^
1 1

«

sic

742. Glazed

steatite Scarab, faded to white, of

type

A

3,

with legs roughh- blocked out.
in a cartouche,
!;

On
"

the base are inscribed the
(1

prenomen of Thothmes
Ramesside Period.

III

and the words
[No. 42594.]

emanation of Amen,"

--'-'.

Lengtli,

in.

743. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type
figure of a king

A

3.

On

and the

inscription
I

"

Men-kheper-R.\ (Thothmes
Length, i
in.

the base are cut a standing III), emanation of

Amen,"

°

^

^^
(]

X\'I Ith-XIXth dynasty.

[No. 42761.]

744. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to After XVII Ith dynasty. Length, | in.

gre}',
'

of type

A

3,

inscribed as before.

l0|J^5j
^^^^^
(]

[No. 45993.]

^
g

On the base is cut a 745. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to grey, of type 3. figure of a king standing before the inscription " Men-kheper-R,\ (Thothmes III),
emanation of Amen."

A

XVI

-^
.
^ ^

I

Ith

dynasty

(?).

Length,

-j^^

in.

[No. 46044.]

(I

tV:,

746. Light
as before.

green

glazed
(?).

steatite

Scarab,
in.

of

type

A

3-8,

inscribed

XVII Ith

dynasty

Length, §

[No. 48776.]

m
f-^
fl

lAl. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type L 5-A 4, inscribed " Sun {sic). Good God, Lord of the Two Lands, Men-kheper-R.\ (Thothmes III), emanation of Amen." [No. 48685.] XVI I Ith dynasty, or later. Length, | in. 748. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type A 3, with legs blocked On the base is inscribed " Men-KHEPER-Ra emanation of Amen." \a, XXIst-XXIInd dynasty. Length, f'g in. [No. 46162.]
[]

o)
'

out.

^^

i TV:.

K

2

76

CATALOGUE OF SCARABS, CVLINDKR-SEALS,
i\ory-\vhite,

ETC.

[749-759
2,

"

749. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to iMen-kiieI'ER-Ra, emanation of Amen-Ra."

of

type

G

rudehLent;th,

inscribed
ytt in.

Ramesside Period, or

later.

[\o. 47172.]

750. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to yrey, of type

A

5,

inscribed

"MenPeriod.

o
/www

KHEPER-R.\ (Thoth.mes
Length, §
in.

III),

emanation of Amen-Ra."

Ramesside

[Xo. 42387.]
751. Gl the base

\^

1^^"^

On

is

emanation

XlXth

dyna:

752. Blue faience Scarab, of type

nomen

of

Thothmes

III,
l

in
in.

a

A 3. On the base is inscribed the ]3redcmi-cartouche, "emanation of Amen-Ra."
[Xo. 45885.]

fofljlj]
^
Vl

'
1^:^:^^

Ramesside Period.

Length,

H Tv^

the base

753. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type G 2. O „ is inscribed "Good God, Lord of the Two Lands, Menkiieper-R.a (Thothmes III), emanation of Amen." XlXth dynasty. Length, \\ in. [Xo. 45770.]

M
Jwjw.*^.

754. Glazed steatite
or later.

Scarab,

faded

to

drab,

of

t)-pe

A

3-4,

"Men-kheper-Ra (Thothmes
Length,
| in.

III),

chosen of Amen-Ra."

XVIIIth

inscribed dynast}'.

[Xo. y)7&2:\

755. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type inscribed on the base " Men-KHEPER-R.a, chosen dynasty, or later. Length, •]% in.

A

3,

with deepl\- cut

legs,

^

f^"^"^

o

of

Amen-Ra."

XV'IIIth

[Xo. 28935.]

756. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to grey, of type A kheper-Ra, chosen of Amen." Ramesside Period. Lencrth, j

3, in.

inscribed

"

MEN-

G ^—^ "^

[Xo. 38671.]

11^
"
'
'

757. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to gre}-, of type A 3-4, inscribed "Good God, Lord of the Two Lands, Men-KHEPER-R.\, emanation (or, chosen) of Amen-Ra." X Xth dynasty. Length, j in. [No. 38664.]
I

ffn
I

n?««^ ^^"^ i

q

^
.0

758. Blue glazed chosen of Amen-Ra."

steatite Scarab, of

Ramesside Period.

type H i, inscribed Length, in.
J:

"

Men-KHEPER-R.^,
[Xo. 46027.]

O
1*^^

o
"

759. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to ed Men-KHEPER-R.\, chosen of Amen Ra."

gre}',

of t}'pe

XX 1st

A

dynasty (?).

3-D, inscribed Length, iJ- in.
[Xo. 38641.]

[q IflgsT"' ->

^—^^^

.

760-770]

THOTHMES

II[.

77
the base are inscribed the
vertical
line.

760. Blue glazed steatite Scarab, of type
of

A

6.

On

prenomen

TnuTHMES
(.'\

III,

and the
\

sii;ns

.,

separated

by a

XVIIIth-XIXth
[No.
\6J^i^^^

d)'nasty

Length,

in.

761. Glazed steatite .Scarab, faded to gre}', of type D 2. On the base is inscribed "MKx\-KHE1m:r-R.\ (Thotiime.s III XVI Ilth dynasty), son of Amen-Ra." XlXth dynastj' (?). Length, \ in.
;

o

o

[No. 45761.]

of

762. Light blue faience Scarab, of large type A 3, inscribed with the prenomen III compounded with the names of Amen-ka and Horus. XVIIIth d)-nasty, or later. Length, in. [No. 35S7.]

TlKjTHMES

i

J-

and coarsely made, inscribed with a compound of the name of Amen-Ra and the prenomen of ThoTHMES III. XVIIIthXX 1st dynasty. Length, i§ in. Burton Collection, 1837. [No. 3588.]
763. Faience Scarab, of
t}-pe B, large

G

764. Light green glazed steatite brick-shaped Bead, inscribed on the two broad sides
with
of
the

prenomen

of

Thotiimes
" fertility "

O
III,

."^^

,

and the ideograph

" life "

between those of
)

Q)
sides

and

"

lordship,"

'

\"'\

I

'

'i"'^'

o"

'^'^^

'^^^'o

narrow
J

;^^

'

and

m
[No. 4022.]

O
XVIIIth dynasty,
or later.

Length,

in.

ij
765. Glazed steatite negro-head .Scaraboid (showing development from human-headed scarab of the XVI Ith dynasty), faded to brown. On the base is rudely cut the prenomen of Thothmes III, with XVIIIth dynasty. Length, A in. [No. 46248.] other signs.
See Introduction.

ia

O
I

766. Light blue faience Plaque, with rounded ends.
inscribed the

On

the obverse

is

prenomen of

Thothmes
Jg- in.

III,

.i.
,

,

and

on

the reverse

are the

symbols of

" life," "

power," and "lordship,"

^

XVIIIth dynasty.

Length,

symmetrically arranged, ["T'l. [No. 30582.] ^^::^

On the base is 767. Blue-green glazed steatite Scarab, of type 4, flat. inscribed the prenomen of THOTHME.S III in a cartouche above a winged XVIIIth dynasty. Length, ^^ in. [No. 27846.] scarabaeus.
768. Blue faience Scarab, of type
the

A

,>^jv^, "''^-"^^

^^1:>
ij^^
^«i««i
' \'

prenomen of Thothme.S III;
Length,
i

2, with oval base, on which is inscribed the scarabaeus-sign is winged. Fine glaze.

A

XVIIIth dynasty.

in.

[No. 28722.]

Thothmes

769. Blue paste Scarab, of type L III the scarabaeus is winged.
;

2.

On

the

base

is

inscribed the

prenomen of
[No. 28692.]

XVIIIth dynasty.

Length,

| in.

base,

770. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type A 2-C 2, with oval on which is inscribed the prenomen of THOTHMES III, Men-KHEPER-R.\. XVIIIth dynasty. Length, J in. [No. 27269.]

^Q^^
^^^—^

78

CATALOGUE OF SCARABS, CVLINDKR-SKALS,
3,

ETC.
witii

[771 783

771. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A TlioTiiMES as before. XVI Ilth dynasty. Length,
1 1 1
,

inscribed

the

prenomen of
,

-5% in.

Anastasi Collection 1839.
[No. 4060.]

772. Green glazed
base
5

steatite

is

inscribed

the

prenomen of TllOTHMES

in.

Cowroid, with back ornamented h\- incised lines. On the X\'l Ilth dynast)-. Length, III, as before. ' [No. 28637.]
Scarab, of tyjje

773. Light blue glazed
inscribed the

.steatite

L

2,

with liigh back.
d}-nasty.

On

the base

is

o
prenomen of TllolHMl.s
1

II,

tttt^i

.

XXIInd XX\'th

Length,

y'^ in.

^^^
774. Green
glazed
.

[No. 45971.]

steatite

.Scarab,

of type
sign
is

A
'

3,

inscribed

with

the

prenomen

of

ThuTH.MES
process of

III,

firing.

Q The scarabaeiis "^^ XVI Ilth d\'nast}'.

winged, as before.
in.

Cracked anciently during

Length, yV

^
Length,
-j'!^

Aiiustirsi Collection, 1839. [N'o. 4057-]
2,

775. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to gre}% of tj-pe G of Tuoril.MES III, in a cartouche above a winged scarabaeus.
in.

inscribed with the

prenomen
(?).

XVHIth-XlXth

d}'nast}-

[No. 47162.]

On the base is the pre776. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of t\']je A 3. nomeii of TlloiHMF.S III in an elli]jtical cartouche, between two winged X\'l Ith d)iiast)', or later. Length, in. scarabaei. [No. 46989.]
I
i,'

^^ j^v^^ ^^ tii^-g^
-

"^^

'^y:^-

-"^^^ji'

On the base is 777. Green glazed steatite .Scarab, faded to brown, of t}-pe 3. inscribed "Good God, Lord of the Two Lands, Men-KHEPKR-R.v riHOTHMES III)," above XX'IIlth dynast}'. Length, | in. a winged scarabaeus, with iiraci dc]jending from the wings.
[No. 42353.]

A

cut legs.

778. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type A 3, with raised bod)- and deeply Inscribed on the base with the prenomen of TlKiTllMES III the scarabaeus sign is
;

winged and has two
Length,
\

«/(?(/

depending from

it.

Below are the signs
:

.

XVI Ilth

d\nasty.

in.

Anastasi

Collection, 1839.

Petrie

lli.st.

Scarabs,

C)G^.

[No. 4055.]

.Scarab, unglazed, inscribed uitli the prenomen of a baseless cartouche, half-encircled b)- the wings of a Slightly chipped. Ramesside Period (?). scarabaeus, which holds two feather fans.

779. Reddish
111,

steatite

ThOTH.MES
?.

in

'''^'ti^j ~

Length,

in.

[No. 471

17.]

780. Glazed steatite Scarab, of t)-pe A 3, faded to brown, inscribed " Good God, Lord of the Two Lands, Mkn-KHEPER-R.a. (Thothmes III)," above a winged scarabaeus. Chipped. XlXth-XXIInd d)-nast)-. Length, in.
J;

'^ f

lo

r

r\.2fs-^

[No. 47031.]
781. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to w-hite. of t)-pe On the ba.se is the 3. III in a cartouche above an uraeated disk o\-er a winged Fine work. XXIst-XXIInd d)-nasty (?». scarab, with nmei issuing from it.

A

.

aawyiix

prenomen of TllOTllMES
Length,
J

-'^^jP^

\^^
>(:v.<f

in.

[No. 45890.J
steatite Scarab, faded to grey, of

782. Glazed
of

type

G

4.

On

TllOTHMES
in.

III in a demi-cartouche

above a winged scarabaeus.

Length, ^V

the base is the prenomen Before XX\'Ith d)-nast)-. [ No. 47 9 .] 1
1

783. Light green glazed steatite Scarab, of t)-pe A 2-C 2. On the base are rudely cut titles of TiiorilMES III above a winged scarabaeus in a boat. Early XVIIIth dynasty (inscription cut during XXIst-XXIVth dynasty period). Length, | in. [No. 45948.]
the

name and

784-796]

TIIOTIIMKS

III.

79

784. Green glazed steatite Scarab, faded to \'ello\v, of type A 3, on the base of which is winged scarabaeus, with a cartouche, containing the prenomen of Thothmes III. in. [No. 42880.] Thick glaze. Saite Period (?). Length,
cut a
J:

Thoth.MES

785. Glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 7, faded to white, inscribed v\ith the prenomen of Before XXVIth d)'nasty. III, in a cartouche between two winged scarabaei. [No. 47203.] Length, i in.

786. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of type A 3, with legs blocked out. On is the prenomen of TliOTHMES III on a cartouche above a winged scarabaeus, with XlXth-XXIInd dynasty. vertically striated back; from its wings spring two uraci. " [No. 46841.] Length, J in.
the base

divergent volutes. winged scarabaeus.

787. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to grey, of type A 4-N i. On the prothorax are two On the base is the prenomen of THorHMES III in a cartouche above a in. [No. 46164.] Chipped. XlXth-XXIInd dynast}-. Length,
i;

788. Green glazed steatite .Scarab, of type o 3, inscribed with the prenomen of TilOTfl.ME.S III, in a cartouche, between a winged solar disk and a winged scarabaeus <^^^
\\'\t\\

A

uraei.

XVII Ith

d)-nasty.

Length,

^-^iy

in.

[No. 41915,]

^

^^-6. Fine work. On the base is 789. Blue-green glazed steatite Scarab, of type roughly inscribed the prenomen of Thothme.S III, in a cartouche, beneath the winged sun and above a winged scarabaeus, with iiraei issuing from it. XVIIIth dynasty. Length, f in. [No. 29453.]

A

790. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 3, inscribed on the base with the prenomen of TlKJTHMES III, in a cartouche, beneath the winged solar disk and

.^5^
,?S^^i ^,^<^
<v,-./

above a scarabaeus between two

;//c?(r/-feathers.

XVIIIth

d)-nast3-.

Length, y\ in. [No. 27916.J

791. Light blue glazed steatite Scarab, partly faded to white, of t)'pe

L

2,

with high back.

the prenomen of TflOTllMES III beneath the solar disk on the horizon, qS^, and above a scarabaeus, from which spring two iiraei over a neb. Chipped. Ramesside [No. 47158.] Period. Length, y\ in. the base
is

On

792. Glazed

steatite Scarab,
in a cartouche,

Thothmes

III,

w/rtrt/-feathers.

XVIIIth

faded to white, of type A 6, inscribed with the prenomen of beneath a winged sun and above a scarabaeus between two dynasty. Length, /^ in. [No. 48712.]

793. Green glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type D 7. On the base is a variant prenomen of THOTHMES III beneath a winged sun, and above a scarabaeus between two crowns of Lower Egypt. XlXth-XXth dynasty. Length, \\ in. [No. 46831.]
of the

794. Blue-green glazed steatite Scarab, of tj'pe 3, on the base of which is inscribed the prenomen of THOTHMES III, in a cartouche, between two wfr^Afeathers beneath the winged solar disk and above the //t7;-sign. XVIIIth dj'nasty. Length, \ in. [No. 28860.]
795. Green paste Scarab, of type A 3, with elaborately cut back, and flat oval base, on which is inscribed the prenomen of THOTHMES III, in a cartouche, beneath the winged sun, between two wcZiFZ-feathers, and above the neb-'ivgn. XVIIIth dynasty. Length, I in. [No. 28320.]
796. Blue-green glazed steatite Scaraboid, with back cut in the form of the head of a negro. On the base is inscribed the prenomen of THOTH^^•:s III, in a cartouche, surrounded by the winged solar disk, two wrJ^Afeathers, and the «t'/'-sign. XVIIIth d\'nasty. Length,

A

fV

in-

'

[No. 27080.]

So

CATALOGUE OF SCARABS, CYLINDKR-SEALS,

ETC.

[797-809

797. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of t\-pe A 3-6, inscribed with the prenomen of III, placed between two /uad(-fea.thers, with the winged disk above, and the XVIIIth dynast}-. Length, i in. [No. ^//S^-] ;/(7'-sign below.

TlloTHMES

798. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type

A
in.

3-4, with high

rounded back.

-r=^f

On the base are cut three baseless cartouches, each of Thothmes III, between the winged sun and
Coarse work.
Petrie
:

XVIIIth

dj-nasty.

Length,

fig-

containing the prenomen the ideograph of " gold." Millingen Collection, I'iiJ,,'/.

o

Hist. Scarabs, 964.

[No. 3959.]

f%S^

799. Right half of a green glazed steatite .Scarab, of type A 3, on which is inscribed the III, in a cartouche, below the winged solar disk (.''). From Asyut X\' Filth dynasty. Length, (I^ritish Museum e.xcavations), 1907. in. [No. 47469.]

prenomen of TnOTllMES

j:

800. Blue faience .Scarab, of tyjje J i, partly faded to white and discoloured On the base is cut the prenomen of TilOTllMisS III, red (the result of burning?). XVIIIth dynasty. in a half-cartouche, with the winged disk on the left side. "
Length, /l
in.

[No. 28782.]
steatite Scarab,
in a

801. Glazed TitOTiiMKS III,

XVIIIth-XIXth
802. Glazed
base
is

of type A 4, inscribed with the prenomen of column, between two winged solar disks. Coarsely cut. d)'nasty. Length, \l in. [No. 27839.]

Very

steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t}-pe G 4, with low flat back. On the cut the prenomen of Thotiimes III, in a label, between two winged uraeated disks. rough chipped. XVIIIth d}'nasty ('?). Length, ii in. [No. 4700 1.]
;

803. Glazed steatite Scarab, of
the

t}'pe

D

2,

prenomen of Thothmes III, XVIIIth dynasty (?). Length,

in a cartouche,
in.

on the base of which is inscribed between two winged solar disks.
[No. 16772.]
IV.

\\

^~Z
^^^

I|

^-

""

Presented by Major-Gen. A.

H. Meyrick, 1879.

\

^
804. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type H i, flat. On the base is the prenomen of Thothmes III, in a cartouche between disks, above which arc winged disks with tiraei. XVIIIth dsmasty. Length, \^ in. [No. 45828.]

810-821]

TIIOTIIMES

III.

8i

810. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type A 3. On the base is ruddy inscribed prenomen of TlloniMii.s III, in a half-cartouche, beneath the winged disk and between two w^? J/- feathers. Ramessidc Period. Length, -f'^ in. [No. 47032.]
tlie

811. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to grey, of type A 3-6, inscribed with the prenomen of TilUTll.MKS III, between two winged disks. XXIst-X.XI Ind d)-nasty (?). Length, | in.

[No. 38651.]
812. Blue faience Scarab, of t}'|3e .A 4, inscriberl with the ijrcnonien of Tin rii\i i:.s III, with the s_\'mbol oi " truth " beneath a winged sun. X.Xth .X.XIst dynasty (?). Length, -^\j in. [No. 47i'i9.]
>

813. Green glazed steatite two prenomens of TllOTllMES other below in a cartouche u[)on
the ring

Q,

the sign for

type A 3, v\ith striated legs. On the base are cut a cartouche between two uraei, and the tlie breast of a hawk, with outspread wings, bearing "eternit)'," in each claw. XVIIIth d}-nast}-. Length, i in. [No. 46795.]
.Scarab, of
III,

one

in

814. Green glazed steatite .Scarab, of type 7, inscribed with the prenomen of TllOTH-MES III, in a cartouche, forming the body of a hawk, flj'ing full face, with recurved wings elevated above its head. In each claw is a small dot, probably intended to represent a ring. Chipped. XVIIIth dynasty. Length, JJj in. Phillips Petrie Hist. Scarabs, 981. Collection, 1S37. [No. 3961.]
Cf. Klaproth, Coll. Pal.,
.\,

A

V^

549.

Scarab, of t)-pe On the base is cut the prenomen 3. of Thothmes hi, in a cartouche, above the sign of "gold," pwnOn each side is a protecting hawk abo\c the ideograph of " rising," or "coronation," q. XVIIIth dynast}'. Length, fV in. [No. 41966.]
815. Greea

glazed

steatite

A

816. .Sk\- blue faience Placjuc, with rounded ends. On the obverse the prenomen of TlIOTIIMES III, with two ;//i:7(FAfeathers. On the reverse is a flj'ing hawk, with wings turned downward, holding the s\'mbol
is

^*^•^/•f

\K

of "life,"

Before

it

is

another

XVIIIth

d)-nasty.

T'

T'

Length, ^ in. [No' 45322.]

817. Glazed steatite Plaque, with rounded ends, faded to white.

On

the obi erse

is

the

prenomen of Thothme,S III, in a cartouche, between two protecting hawks, rudely cut. the reverse is the same cartouche above a figure emblematic of " man}- j-ears " with the

On
signs

{='f and
the

\k.

X\'I I Ith dynasty.

Length,

[No. 47260.]

818. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A ^-6. On the base is inscribed prenomen of TnoTH.MES III, in a cartouche, between two protecting hawks, each holding the ring, Q above is the ate/-crown (?), with a pair of horns below is
;

;

the ideograph of

"

gold."

XXIst-XXIInd dynasty

(?).

Length,

f-jj

in.

[No. 28336.]
.^*r
^^^

is

Green glazed steatite Scarab, faded to j-eilow, of t}'pe L i. On the base prenomen of TlIOTIIMES III, in a cartouche, between two bound prisoners. Above the cartouche is an i-?/(/-crown, and below is the ;/(V;-sign. XXIst-XXIInd dynasty (?). Length, in. [No. 42726.]
819. cut the
i:

A
*^

^

,^/*!

"^^1

820. Glazed
of

steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t)'pe

A
J;

3.

On

Thothmes
;

III, in a cartouche,
is

above a

fl\'ing

hawk holding a
in.

each claw

below

a

//eb.

XVIIIth

dj-na^ty.

Length,

the base is the prenomen ring and W(?f?/- feather in [No. 48870.]

is

821. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type 3, on the base of which cut a figure of the protecting hawk, hovering over a cartouche containing the prenomen of Thothmes III (Men-kheper-R.\), below which is the )ieb-sign. Rough work. XVIIIth dynasty, or later. Length, | in.

A

[No. 42420.]

82

CATALOGUE OF SCARABS, CVLIXDER-SFALS,

ETC.

[822 832

Two

822. T.iLjlit nreen frlazed steatite Scarab, of tx'pe A 3, inscribed " (lood God, Lord of the Lands, MI'IN-KIIEI'KR-Ra (Thotii.mks III)," witli the [M'otectinjj; hawk and the sign -^^p. [No. 38622.] Deeply cut. XVIIIth d\-nasty (?). Length, in.
" ;;

823. Green glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of t_\-pe .\ 3, with deeply cut striated legs; the wing-cases are bordered by double lines. On the base is rudely cut the prenomen of TliOTllMES III, with a protecting hawk, the head of which is inadvertently separate from the body. .WTIIth Length, § in. dynast)-. [No. 27033.] 824. Dark green
glazerl steatite Scarab, of l\-pe .A
III,
............
,

^,

on the base of which

is

cut the

prenomen of TlIoTIIMES
d\'nast\'.

with a rude figure of the protecting hawk.
Aiias/asi Co/Zir/io)/, 1S39.
;

XVTIIth
;No. 3963.]

Length,

I,

in.

S

825. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 4 the wing-cases are carefully cut. On the base is a protecting hawk extending its wings over a cartouche containing .j£S*'«feN the prenomen of Thothmes III, behind which is the wer/^-sign. Rough work, f -^W*('/ '* ''^ ^ XVIIIth dynasty. Length, 3 in. B/aars Co//crf/o//, 1H67. y [Xo. 16806.]
>

826. Blue faience .Scarab, of ty]je G 4. On the base are cut the prenomen of TlloTilMES III, in a half-cartouche, and a protecting hawk, above the ;/(7;-sign. XVIIIth^XIXth dvnastv. Length, in.

[Xo

27813.]

in relief,

827. Green glazed steatite rectangular Plaque, with convex back, on which is cut, an iitcliat. On the base is the prenomen of TllOTlDlES III, with, on one side
disked

the signs il/n, and on the other a protecting
I

hawk.

X\'IIIth d\-nasty

(?)

in.

by

m.

[Xo. 45339.]

828. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type G i, inscribed with the prenomen of Thothmes III, in a cartouche, surrounded by the ideographs of " life," " truth," the Horus-hawk, and the /7?-sign. XXTIIth dynast)-. Length, m.
[Xo. 27006.]

'/f*

V

ifS^'*

829. Blue-green faience Plaque, with rounded ends.

On
a

the obverse
,^,

is

inscribed

the
is

prenomen of
solar

Thothmes

III

between two wrtJAfeathers
his head, standing

n
r

.

On
or

the reverse

a

hawk, with the disk on
is

with an 'M -j^
t.

nraeiis

on
later.

the

iiel>-

sign; behind
TT, i"-

the ideograph of "beaut)'," p

K
^^^

O

XVIIIth

dynast)-,

Length,

[No. 28374.]

830. Glazed
base
Jin.
is

steatite Scarab, faded to white, of
III,

prenomen of Thoth.MKS and surmounted by a winged di.sk (?).
the

in

type C 2, rudely cut. On the a half-cartouche, between feathers,

G
^
'

Chipped.

XVIIIth dynasty

(?).

Length, [No. 45813.]

831. Glazed steatite Scarab, of type G 3. On the base is inscribed the preof ThOthmES III, in a cartouche, between two ;//rt^?/-feathers, and, beneath, a sign or ornament, ^'^ifi;^;^ possibly intended for the winged solar disk. Rough

nomen

,

i

work.

XlXth-XXIInd

dynasty. Length, yi. in. [No. 16779.] Presented by Major-Gen. A. W. H. Meyrick, 1879.

832. Glazed steatite Cowroid, with a striated border and a double line down the middle of the back. On the base is inscribed the prenomen of Thothmes III, in a cartouche, surmounted by the atef-crown and between two wrt^rtZ-feathers below i^ the «t'/;-sign. The atef is unusually treated, the feathers being separate from the crown. XXIst-XXIInd dynasty. Length, 111. [No. 3970.
:

,

833-84'?]

TIIOTHMES
steatite Scarab,

III.

83

833. Glazed

faded to yellow, of ty]3C

A

3.

On

the base

is

the prc-

nomen

between two ///(wZ-feathers and two double \Tjlutes from beneath the cartouche spring two human arms, outXlXth dynasty. Length, J in. stretched.
of
III, in a cartouche,
;

TlluTHMES

[No. 48800.]

834. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type L 2, inscribed w III and two wrt^rZ-feathers. XVIIIth d}-nast}-, or Blacas Collection, 1867.

ith

the

prenomen of
Length, ^ '»• [No. 16759.]
3,

.^^\
'^.-',

Thothme.S

later.

^^

835. Green glazed
Length,
-,% in.

steatite Scarab, partly faded to

prenomen of TlIOTIIMES

III

between two

wrfrtZ-feathers.

brown, of type A Chipped.

inscribed with the

XVIIIth dynasty.
[No. 46303-]

Thothmes

836. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type A 3, inscribed with the prenomen of III between two wrt-rtZ-feathers. XVIIIth-XIXth dynasty. Length, \ in.
[No. 46206.]

837. Blue-green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 3, inscribed with the prenomen of T11OTHME.S III and two w^^fAfeathers, as before. XVIIIth dynasty. Length, I in.
[No. 28073.]

838. Glazed Thotiimf.S III,
Length,
j:

steatite Scarab, faded to grey, of

type

A

3,

inscribed with the

with

two

///rt(F^feathers,

as

before.

Rough

work.

prenomen of XVIIIth dynasty.
[No. 42887.]

in.

839. Blue faience Amulet, with the head of a Ilathor cow, relief, on one side and, on the other, the prenomen XVIIIth dynasty. of Thothmes III, with two wrt(7/-feathcrs. Length, in. JUirgoii Collection, 1842.
full

T

'

face, in

;

''^

.^
'*
J

.4

[No. 4036.]

840. Green glazed steatite -Scarab, of type A 3, inscribed with the prenomen of Thoth^H-:s III, in a cartouche, between two wrw/-feathers and two «t7;-signs. [No. 41967.] XVIIIth dynasty. Length, -ft. in.
841. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type of

,^ -- .

-^

'

-

^^^^s^sy"^

A A

3-6.

On

the base

is

inscribed the
//f/^-signs,

prenomen
as before.

Thothme.s III, in a cartouche, between two ;;M(f/-feathers and two Fine glaze. XVIIIth dynasty. Length, § in. Anastasi Collection, \2,ig.
842. Green glazed
steatite Scarab, of type
3,

[No. 3977.]

inscribed as before.

Length,

.'.

in.

[No. 377S7-]

843. Glazed steatite Scarab, of type
in

A

3,

inscribed with the
//fi^-signs,

prenomen of TllOTHMES
as before.

III,

a cartouche, between
I in.

two wrt^Z-feathers and two

XVIIIth dynasty.
[No. 27783.]

Length,

of

844. Light blue faience Scarab, of type L 2. On the base is inscribed the prenomen III, in a cartouche, between two w^wZ-feathers and two neb-s\gns, as before. [No. 27066.] XVIIIth dynasty. Length, I in.

Thothmes

845. Blue paste Scarab, of

t\-pe

A

3-6.

On

the base

is

Thothmes
dynast)'.

in a cartouche, between two 7;/c?cf/- feathers Length, i in. Andrews Collection, 1848.
III,

inscribed the prenomen of and two neb-slgns. XVIIIth

[No. 3979-]

Thothmes

846. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 3, inscribed with the prenomen of XVIIIth dynasty. III, between two w^'^rZ-feathers and two ;/r/;-signs, as before. ' [No. 28322.] Length, i in.

847. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of tj-pe A 3. On the base is inscribed the prenomen XVIIIth of Thothmes III, in a cartouche, between two w/rw/-feathers and two //fZ'-signs. [No. 42016.] dynasty. Length, I in.

L

2

84

CATALOGUE OF SCARABS, CVLIXDKR-SEAI.S,

ETC.

[848-85T

848. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 3, in original gold setting as the bezel of a gold ring, of flattened section (perhaps originally made for an earring), with wire attachment. Round the sides of the setting is a beaded line. On the base of the scarab is inscribed the prenomen of TllOTllMES III between two wrr^FAfeathers and two «(V;-signs, as before. XV'IIIth dynasty. Length, i in diameter of ring, I in. Saws Collection, 1834. [No. 2937.]
;

849. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 3-C 2, inscribed with the prenomen of TlloTllMES III, in a cartouche, between two ;/<'/'-signs and two
///^((fZ-feathers.

G
(1

XV'IlIth d\'nasty.

Length,

' J,

in.

[No. 27867.]

^

850. Blue-green glazed steatite Cowroid, with plain back. On the base is prenomen of Thothmes III between two wrr^fZ-fcathcrs and above the «fKsign. XVIIIth dynasty. Length, y in.
in.scribed the

-'

Q.^—-^n

[No. 28745.]
851. Glazed steatite Scarab, of t\-i)c 7. III, in a cartouche, with the Ramesside Period, or later. Length, in.

^^^
?]

SI

^

A

On

the base

is

inscribed the

prenomen
/"/rA-signs.

of

Thotilmes

///(^(//-feather

between two

f^^^

'^V^
\^'

.',

L^
[No. 3980.]
^-

"

852. Rlue-green glazed

steatite

Scarab, of t}-pe
ii

A

^-6,

inscribed

with the

prenomen of TnOTHMES III, in a cartouche, and the //(/'-signs. XVIIIth dynasty. Length, in.

///^m/-feather,

between two
[No. 29460.]

Blue glazed steatite Scaraboid, with back cut in the an utcliat. On the base is cut the prenomen of TllOTHMES III, with a ;/M^7/-feather ant! the y/c/z-sign. XVIIIih dynasty. Length, \ in. [No. 38687.]
fo)-m
ot

853.

854. Green glazed

steatite

.Scarab,

of t\-pe
[?
.

A

3,

inscribed

with

the
-jV in

prenomen

of

Thotilmes

III

and

a w.wAfeather,

ti^

XVIIIth

d\-nast\-.

Length,

[No. 28973.]

855. Glazed
of the

steatite Scarab, faded to
III.

brown, of type

A

prenomen of TlIOTHMES
/t7/f'/tv-sign is

a

Above is the solar disk' with uraci, and on each wrt«/-feather. XVIIIth dynasty. Length, in.
i;

3-4, inscribed with the side

'^
.,Q,

[No. 38683.]

Jt^ o IJgp
o G

856. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of
in.scribed

l)-pe

G

4.

On

the base

is

the prenomen

of

Thotlimes

III,

in

a

cartouche,
(l)-nast3-.

;«^?(F/-feathers

and two

.solar-disks.

X\'l Illh-XIXth

between two Length, in.
,q

o

[No. 3974.]

857. Green glazed
the

steatite Scarab, of

type

A

1-6.

On

the ba.se

is

inscribed

prenomen of TlIOTHMES III, in a cartouche, .surrounded by the ideographs of "lordship" and "gold" and two w^^f /-feathers. P'ine glaze. XVIIIth dyna.sty.
Length,
% in.

[No. 3975.]

fSiiS^

1

858-869]

TIIOTHMES

III.

85

858. Green j^lazed steatite Scarab, of t}-pe A 3-4, inscribed with the preof TllOTiiMlvS III, in a cartouche, between two wrtJ/'-feathers and two //(/tv-signs. [No. 28774.] XVI Ilth dynasty. Length, -Jin.

nomen

On steatite Scarab, of type 3, with deeply cut legs. inscribed the prenomen of TnoTHMES III, in a cartouche, above the ideograph of " gold," and between two i/itrai-kathers and two ne/cr-signs.
859. Green glazed
is

A

the base

Fine glaze, but badly

cut.

XV'IIIth dynasty.

Length, §

in.

[Xo. 28717-]

On the base is 860. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type 3. inscribed the prenomen of TllOTiiMES III, within a cartouche, beneath the symbol of" the North" and between two wrr^FZ-feathers. XVI Ilth dynast\-. Length, A in.
[No. 42964-]

G

f

861. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type 3-6, on the base of which is inscribed the prenomen of Thothmes III, in a cartouche, between two niaafXVI Ilth feathers above a representation of a necklace with hawk-head clasps. [No. 28263.] dynasty. Length, f^ in.

A

862. Glazed
of

steatite Scarab, faded to white, of

type

A

3,

inscribed with the

prenomen

Thothmes III, XVnith flynast)'.
cut the

between two wwrfZ-feathers, placed above a rei^resentation of a necklace. [No. 38667.] Length, -j"^ in.

863. Glazed steatite Scarab, of

prenomen of TnOTHME.s

two

wrtrfAfeathers.

XVIIIth

A 4, clumsily cut. On the base is a cartouche, above a scarabaeus between [No. 16770.] in. dynasty. Length, Bequeathed by the Hon. Sir IV. Temple, 1856.
t\-pe
III, in
},

864. Light green glazed steatite rectangular Plaque, with a deeply cut line on the long showing the development from the scarab form. On the conve.x obverse, representing the back of the scarab, is inci.sed the prenomen of Thothme.S III, in a cartouche, between W(r(?/-feathers, cut in relief. On the flat reverse, representing the base of the scarab, arc cut
sides,

"""%. two scorpions ?» 4
865. Glazed

XVIIIth dynasty.

Length,

-jL in.

[No. 4021.]
3.

steatite Scarab, faded to white, of

type

A

On

the base

is

the

prenomen of Thothmes III in a cartouche, between two ///(^rrfZ-feathers. the symbol of " stability," from which spring ;«(w/-feathers beneath disks.
on one
side.

Below is Chipped

XVIIIth-XIXth

d\'nasty.

Length, f
1
'

in.

[No. 45755.]

^Ip
O
1
1

866. Blue-g-reen elazed steaschist Plaque, with rounded ends. On the obverse inscribed the prenomen of Thothmes III between two wrt(?/-feathers, and on the X\TIlth dynast)-. Length, " in. Aiiastasi Colleereverse \s a.r\ uraeatecl rosette. '
is
.',

00

III

1

' '

tion, 1839.

[No. 3978.]

867. Light blue faience Scarab, of type
the

prenomen of Thothmes
iiraei.

III, in

and two

XVIIIth
glazed

d}-nasty.

On the base is inscribed 3. a cartouche, between two wrt-czZ-feathers ni. Salt Colleetioii, 1835. Length,
'\

A

-<?^»^

[^'o. 3973-]

868. Green

steatite
7^;v?tv'

Scarab, of

type

A

3,

inscribed

with

the

prenomen of
Length, J in. [No. 377'6i.]

Thoth.MES

III,

between two

and two

w^r^rZ-feathers.

XVIIIth dynasty.

869. Glazed
of

Thothme.S
cut.

Roughly

faded to white, of type A 3-4. On the base is the prenomen a cartouche, between two ///(wZ-feathers, from which spring iiraei. XVIIIth d\'nast}'. Length, % in. [No. 46928.]
steatite Scarab,
in

III,

^

86

CATALOGUE OF

SCARAFiS, CVLINUKK-SEALS, ETC.

[870 880

870. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 3, inscribed with tlic prcnomcn of TlIOTllMES III, in a cartouche, between two ;«rt,7/- feathers, from each of which springs an
iiraais.

XX'Illtli dynasty.

Length,

\

in.

[No. 30013.]

tiie

871. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of t)'pc A 4, on tlie base of which is rudelj- inscribed prenomen of THOTHMKS III, in a cartouche, between two w^r^rZ-fcathers, from each of
uraeiis.

which springs an
1868.

Rough

worlc.

XVIIIth dynasty.
'

Length,
'

J;

in.

Hav

Collection,

[No. 1C760.]
4, inscribed on the base witii the jjrenomen of cartouche, Ijetween two w^?rf/-feathers, from each of which issues a XVIIIth d\-nasty. Length, j in. [No. 27853.]

872. Glazed TiiOTllMES III,
disked uracils.

steatite Scarab, of type

A

in

a

873. Green glazed steatite i'laque, with rounded ends. On the obverse is inscribed the prenomen of TlIOTllMES III, in a cartouche, between two ;//(7;?/-feathers, from each of which
springs an uracils.

On

the reverse

is

a rosette, with

lilies in

the exergues.

XVIIIth

d\'nast)-.

Length,

\

in.

[No. 28310.]
steatite

874. Glazed on
j;

prenomen of TlIOTllMES
iiraci;

III, in a

On the obverse is the rectangular Plaque, faded to ivory-white. cartouche between two W(^?/-feathers, from which spring
sic

the
in.

reverse

is

a

winged serpent above the signs

^-—
'^^^^

.

X\'IIIth dynasty.
[No. 46794.]

Length,

875. Glazed steatite brick-shaped Plaque, faded to ivory-white.

On

the

obverse

is

inscribed " Men-K1IEPER-R.\, emanation of Amen," and on the reverse is the same prenomen (of TllOTHME.S III) with a Wi-w/-feather, from which issues an uracils ; on the two long sides is the same prenomen. [No. 48913.] XVIIIth dj-nasty. Length, in.
?,

876. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type On the base is 3, with deeply cut legs. twice inscribed the prenomen of TlIOTllMES III in the cartouche; the upper cartouche is between two w^^f^Z-feathers, from each of which springs an iiraeus ; the lower cartouche, separated from the upper one by a transverse line, has a pair of uraei springing from it. Chipped. XVIIIth dynasty. Length, in. [No. 28199.]
!;

A

"life"

877. Glazed steatite .Scarab, faded to brown, of t)-pe A 3. Above is the s)-ml.)ol of between two w^?(7/-feathers. Below is the beginning of a cartouche, ;:•"~^ containing the sign O, between the upper parts of two crowned uraei : from the y"''^'^cartouche, which probably contained the prenomen of TlIOTllMES III, issued tun '"" pairs of uraei, the upper crowned, the lower uncrowned. This cartouche was partly erased, and over it was cut the figure of a winged scarabaeus holding a small disk, and resting on a iicb, from which issue the heads of the original lower pair oi uraei. XVIIIth d)nasty. Length, in. [No. 3S979.]
''
J;

3-6. On the base is inscribed the prenomen 878. Light green paste Scarab, of type of TlIOTllMES III, in a cartouche, between two w^?(?/-feathers and two disked uraei; below is

A

the symbol of

" stability,"

If,

between two uraei

XVIilth

d\-nasty.

Length,

-^\r

in.

[No. 41981.]

879. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of type B. On the base is inscribed the III, in a rude cartouche, between two disked uraei, which were originally intended to be ;//(?^?/-feathers. X VI Ilth-XIXth d)'nast>'. Length, ^!fr in. Blacas

prenomen of TlIOTllMES
Collection, 1867.

'

'[^^o.

16817.]

830. Glazed
inscribed the

steatite Scarab, faded to yellow, of

type

L

i.

On

the base

is

prenomen of TlIOTllMES
Length, \\
in.

III, in a cartouche,

between two uraei.
[No. 42609.]

o

XVIIIth dynasty.

881-8911

TIIOTHMKS

III.

87
tlic

881. Grecti ylazed steatite Scarab, of type

A

3,

with

"Lord of the Two Lands, MKN-Kin;Pl-:R-R.\ (THOTIIMKS III)." cartouche are two uraei. XVIIIth dynasty. Length, \ in.

legs deeply cut, inscribed On each side of the

[No. 42039.]

882. l)lue glazed steatite Scarab, of type 3, in original gold setting, a plain funda, as a ring-bezel. On the base is the prenomen of TllOTllME.s III, in a horizontal cartouche, with, below it, a vertical cartouche with the same prenomen from it spring two ///-(/(V. XVIIIth dynast\\ Length, in.
;

A

|

i;

[No. 464-1 9-]

883. Green faience Scarab, of type A 3, rudely inscribed with the prenomen of TilOTllMK.S III, in a cartouche, between two winged uraei. XVIIIth dynasty. Length, m. [No. 28214.] 884. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to grey, of type G 2, roughly cut, with o\al base, on which is cut the prenomen of TllOTHMES III, in a cartouche, between two winged uraei. XVIIIth dynast}-. Length, in. Hamilton Collection, 1772. [No. 16792.]
J;

Scarab, of type A 3 -6, with legs deeply of the Two Lands, Men-KIIEPER-Ra (Thothmes III)." On either side of the cartouche are the serpents of Nekhebet and Uatchit, the protecting goddesses of Upper and Lower Egypt. XVIIIth dynasty. Length, [No. 41948.]

885. Green glazed
inscribed

steatite

cut,

"Good God, Lord

886. Blue faience Scarab, of tj-pe A 3, finely modelled. On the base is inscribed the prenomen of TllOTllMES III, in a cartouche, between the serpents of Nekhebet and Uatchit, and, above the papyrns-sign, emblem of the North.
Chipped.

''^%

XVIIIth dynasty.

Length,

| in.

[No. 28295.]

iP

887. Green glazed steatite Scarab, partly faded to

prenomen of Thothmes III, in separated from the above by a transverse line, is
inscribed

the
in.

red, of type On the base is 4. a cartouche, between two uraei; below, a winged scarabaeus. XVIIIth dynasty.

A

Length,

|

[No. 28140'.]

888. Light green glazed steatite Scarab, of type 4, on the base of which is inscribed the prenomen of TllOTHMES III, in a cartouche, between two uraei, and above the emblem of "stability," from which spring two uraei. XVIIIth dynasty.
Length,
5 in.

A

[No. 284S5.]

889. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type 3, mounted in a ring of bronze wire. On the base is inscribed the prenomen of Thothmes III, in a cartouche, between the wino-ed solar disk and the emblem of "stability," from which springs a pair of uraei. XVIIIth dynasty. Length, § in. [No. 29031.] 890. Green glazed
inscribed with the

A

which

is

faded to brown, of type A t^-G, with raised body, III, in a cartouche, between two uraei, below the ideograph of "stability," f, from which spring two uraei. XVIIIth dynasty.
steatite Srarab,

prenomen of TlloTH-MES

Length, f

in.

[No. 42628.]

891. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type 3-6. On the base is inscribed the preof Thothmes III, in a transverse cartouche, above the symbol of "stability," from which spring two ttraei; below is the neb-sign. XVIIIth dynasty. Length, /^ in.

A

nomen

[No. 29461.]

88

CATALOGUE OF SCARABS, CVLIXDER-SEALS,

ETC.

1892 901

892. Glazed steatite Plaque, with rounded ends, faded to white. On the obverse cartouche with the prenoinen of TlloTinrics III, in front of a hawk, behind o which are the symbols of " eternity." On the reverse is the same cartouche

is

a

between
itraei.

itraei

XVII Ith

turned inwards, with, below, a dynasty. Length, ,^^ in.

./(•/,

ff,

from which spring two
[No. 45314.]

893. Green glazed steatite .Scarab, of type A 3. On tlie base is inscribed prenomen of TflOTilMKS III, in a cartouche, with the winged sun above and the emblem of "stability," from which spring two //;v?t7' beneath. XX'IlIth
the
d\-nast\-.

,

m

Leneth,

(g^^^J

.',

in.

[Xo. 28841.]

W^

894. Glazed

steatite Scarab, faded to yellow, of

type

A

3.

the prenomen of TirOTHMES III, in a cartouche, surmounted bj' symbol of "stabi'it\'" ijef) between two crowns of Lower Egypt and two uraei. Chipped. Ramesside Period. Length, J in. [Xo. 4S683.]
;

the base is deeply cut plumes in the field is the

On

containing the
"

895. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t>-pe .A. 3. prenomen of TlloriiMiN III, between two

On
;^

the base

is

uraei,
in.

above the s}-mbol

cut a cartouche of

Union of the

Two

Lands,"

i^j.

X\'I Ilth

d\-nast\-.

Length,

[Xo. 4285S.]

896. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of type 3, on the base of which inscribed the prenomen of TiiOTHMES III, in a cartouche, between two uraei, above the symbol of " Union of the Two Lands." X\T I Ith dynasty. Length, -J'^r '"• Milliiigen Col/eetiou, 18.}". [Xo. 3965.]
is

A

^

897. Green glazed steatite .Scarab, of tj-pe A 3-6, on the base of which is "Good God, Lord of the Two Land.s, Men-KUEPER-R.\ (ThoTIIMES III)," above a w^/lv-sign, from vvhich spring two w^?;?/-feathers and two uraei. Well cut slightly chipped. XVHIth d}-nasty. Length, § in. Salt Collection, 1835.
inscribed
;

1

='''

\

"

^\,'\

V^'^^'

[Xo. 4011.]

898. Green glazed steatite .Scarab, of type is 3, on the base of which inscribed the prenomen of TiiOTHMES III, in a cartouche, between two uraei and above a saui (union) or nefer-?.\<gx\, from which spiing wc?(?/-feathers and uraei, and on either side of which is a solar disk. X\'II Ith d\'nasty. Length, in. [Xo. 30577.]
;;

A

>.6

899. Green glazed steatite Plaque, with rounded ends, faded to purple. the obverse is inscribed the prenomen of TllOTllMES III, in a cartouche, beneath the winged solar disk and placed transversel)- above a second cartouche containing the same prenomen, from which issue two uraei. XVIIIth Length, J in. dynasty.

On

C3e]
o

[Xo. 28652.]

900. Glazed
the

steatite Scarab, faded to grey, of t\'pe

prenomen of

Thothmes
and the

III, in

solar disk, uraei,

neb-sls.n.

A 3, inscribed with a cartouche, surrounded by the winged X\'IIIth-XIXth Chipi)ed at the sides.
S\
[^o- 3953-]

G

dynasty (Delta

style).

Length,

m.

S

iS

901. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of tj-pe 3, clumsilv cut. the base is rudely inscribed the prenomen of Thothmes III, in a cartouche, between two uraei, beneath the winged sun and in. above the ;/£'^-sign. Chipped. XVIIIth dynast)-. Length, [No: 3956.]

A

On

;^

902-9121

THOTIIMES

III.

89

902. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A ^-6, with back scraped down for alteration and not finished. On the base is inscribed the prenomen of TiioTllME.S III, in a cartouche, above the ideograph of " gold," and between two //mc-/ with disks at their sides above ;/r/;-signs.

XVIIIth dynasty.

Length,

J in.

[No. 27899.]

903. Light blue-green glazed steatite Scarab, of type L 2, with legs roughly indicated. the base is rudely inscribed the prenomen of TuOTllMKS III, in a cartouche, surmounted by the winged solar disk, and placed between two urirei on the ideograph of "gold." XVIIIth dynasty. Length, y"^ in. [No. 27297.]

On

904. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 3-4, with flat back and deeply cut legs. On the base is inscribed the prenomen of Thothmes III, in a cartouche, from which issue two i/niei, beneath the winged sun and in. above the ideograph of "gold." Rough work. XVIIIth dynasty. Length, [No. 28288.]

lUJJl

^

(%S^

steatite Scaraboid, with back cut in the form of an the base is inscribed the prenomen of TiiOTHME.S III, in a cartouche, above the sign of "gold," and between twrj iiraci mounted on the wt'/'-sign, and each with a solar disk behind it. XVIIIth dynasty. Length, | in. [No. 28007.]

905. Green glazed

utchat.

On

"Good God, Lord

906. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of type A 3-6, in.scribed of the Two Lands, MeN-KHEPER-R.\ (Thothmes III)." Below is the sign of " life," from which spring two iirnci. Chipped and worn. / _ [No. 16825.] XVIIIth dynasty. Length, li in. Presented hv the Trustees of the L liristy Collection, 1 866.

3-]

jwl

On the base are 907. Green glazed steatite Scarab, faded to grey, of type A 3. prenomen and titles of THOTiniES III above a scarabaeus, from which issue [No. 46068.] two nraei. XVIIIth dynasty. Length, -| in.
inscribed the

908. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to gre)-, of t\^pc G i. On the back are cut a winged above the prenomen of THOTHMES III, which is inscribed between two uraci, the tails of which meet above it. On the base are the remains of an inscription, XVIIIth dynasty. Length, § in. or design, the greater part of which is obliterated.
sun, with encircling iiraei,

[No. 16973.]

{i.e.,

909. Light blue faience Scarab, of type L i. On the base is the sign Q, "appearance" coronation), above an uraens, the tail of which is arched over the prenomen of [No. 46143] Thothmes III. XVIIIth dynasty. Length, in.
J,

910. Green glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t)'pe A 3-4, inscribed with the prenomen of Thothmes III, surrounded by four nraei, two of which wear the solar disk, [No. 38609.] and are surmounted by plumes. XVIIIth d)-nasty. Length, f in.

On the obverse is inscribed the 911. Green glazed steatite Plaque, with rounded ends. prenomen of THOTHMES III, in a cartouche between four nraei, two on each side beneath a winged sun. On the reverse is cut a Hathor-head (sistrum-type), with two dependent nraei
and three reversed
//(^/cv'-signs,
|

^^i

TT, between the

horn.s.

XVIIIth dynasty.
'

Length,

\

in.

[No. 41990.]

On the base is inscribed the prenomen 912. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type G 4. of Thothmes III, in a half-cartouche above the ideograph of " praise," from which issues a pair [No. 26615.] Length, -j^ in. oiuraei. XVIIIth dynasty (?).

M

go

CATALOGUE OF SCARABS, CYLINDER-SEALS,

ETC.

[913-925

913. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 6. On the base is inscribed the prenomen of Thothmes III, in two cartouches, the upper between two scarabaei, and the lower between two conventionalized iiraei, springing in the form of spiral volutes from the cartouche. XVIIIth dynasty. Length, J in. [No. 28479.]

:^"
'''

'

"'^

Thothmes

914. Blue-green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 4, inscribed with the prenomen of III, in a cartouche, from which springs a pair of iiraei, beneath the winged sun. X\'I I Ith dynasty. Length, y^ in. [Xo. 28439.]

915. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 3, with deep!}' cut legs, inscribed on the base with the prenomen of Thoth.nhcs III, in an uraeated cartouche, beneath the winged solar disk and on the )ieb-s\gr\. X\'IIIth d\-nast\-. Length, \ in. [Xo. 3955.]
.l//iis/ifs/ Collection,

1839.

916. Glazed steatite .Scarab, faded to white, of t)'pe A 3. On the base is inscribed the III, in a cartouche, from the base of which spring two crowned //rrtiV, one on each side above is the winged sun. XVIIIth dvnasty (?). Length, i in. [Xo. 2S338.]

prenomen of Thothmes
;

"Good God, Men-KHEPER-Ra (Thoth.mes

Scarab, of t}'pe 3-6. On the base is inscribed III)"; from each side of the cartouche containing the prenomen spring two «n^^/. Chipped. XVIIIth dynasty. Length, i in. [Xo. 28795.]

917. Green

glazed steatite

A

TJ
o

918. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t\-pe 2; inscribed "Good God, Lord of the Two Lands, Men-KHEPER-R.\ (Thothmes III)." From the horizontal cartouche depend two iiraei, one on either side of the head of a winged and disked scarabaeus, below the wings of which are two disks. XVI I Ith-XIXth d\-nast}'. Length, in, [Xo. 48836.]
,^

A

919. Pale green paste Scarab, of type A 3. On the base is inscribed the preof THOTHMES III, in a cartouche, from which springs a pair of uraei, below which is a Hathor-head with two uraei. XVIIIth d\-nasty. Length, in. [Xo. 2S046.]

nomen

/^f^^
'^'.;>^'

.J

>-^-^,»,

i^'

"^-'-^J

920. Green glazed steatite Plaque, with rounded ends. On the oi'vcrse is inscribed the prenomen of THOTH^^•:s III, in a cartouche, from which spring two nmei, beneath the winged solar disk and above the ideograph of "gold." On the reverse is cut the Hathor-head «ith
uraei.

XVIIIth

dj-nast}'.

Length,

i

in.

[Xo. 28855.]

921. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of t\-pe A 3, on the base of which is inscribed the prenomen of THOTHMES III, in a cartouche, from which spring two pairs of uraei, beneath a winged sun. Chipped XVIIIth d\'nast_\'. Length, -/^^ in. [Xo. 28347.]

inscribed the

922. Blue-green steatite Cowroid, with double hatched border on back. On the base is prenomen of THOTHMES III, in a cartouche, from which spring two pairs of 7iraei, beneath the winged sun and above the ideograph of "gold." X\TIIth clj-nast)-.
Length, f
in.

['So.

28601.]

prenomen of

On the base is inscribed tlie 3. a cartouche, from which spring four uraei, two on each side, beneath the winged sun. i'oor style. VI I Ith d}-nast\'. Length, f^ in. [Xo. 30012.]
923. Green glazed
steatite Scarab, of t\'pe
III,
in

A

THOTHMES

X

-

'

924. Glazed
of

steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t)-pe

A

3.

On

the base

is

the
;

prenumcn

TlKjTHMES
disks.

III, in a cartouche,

below are

Chipped.

from which spring two pairs of uraei, opposed above and [Xo. 45805.] XVIIIth-XIXth dynasty. Length, |^ in.

925. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t\-pe A 5. On the base is cut the prenomen of ThoTHMES III, in a cartouche, from which spring two pairs of uraei; above it are a disk and plumes and two uraei. Chipped. X\TIIth dynasty. Length, | in. [No. 45715.]

1

'

926 936]

THOTHMKS

III.

QI

926. Blue paste Scarab, of tj-pe J 2, on the base of which is rudely inscribed the preof TilOTllMES III, in a cartouche, from which spring two pairs of uraei, surmounted by the ;«rtrt/-feathers. XVIIIth dynasty. Length, § in. Andirivs Collection, 1848.

nomen

[No. 3968.]

927. Blue-green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 3, inscribed "Good God, Mex-kiiei'ER-R.\ (Thothmes III)"; from the cartouche spring three pairs ol uraei. XVIIIth d)-nast)-. Length, 5 in. [No. 272 10.

.•^.**»

>'^<:;
,

-

<

"Good God,

steatite Scarab, of type A 3, with deepl)- cut legs, inscribed i\lE'N-KllEPEK-R.\ (TllOTHMES III)"; from the cartouche spring three pairs of uraei. XVIIIth dynasty. Length, fV '"• [No. 3969.]

928. Green glazed

IJ
o

929. Light green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 3, inscribed "Good God, Men" from the cartouche spring three pairs of ?/rcr«'. XVIIIth d\nasty. Length, [No. 16763.] Hist. .Scarabs, ion. Blacas Collection, 1867. Petrie I in.

KHEPER-R.\

;

:

930. Green glazed steatite Plaque, with rounded ends. On the obverse inscribed "Good God, Men-KIIEPER-Ra (Thothmes III)," with three pairs of uraei springing from the cartouche. On the reverse is the Hathorhead, with two uraei, between two cartouches containing the prenomen of
is

the king.

XVIIIth dynasty.

Length,

| in.

[No. 28069.]
i. On the base is inscribed the prenomen 93L Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type of THOTIIME.S III, in a cartouche, from which spring three pairs oi uraei, above the ideograph of "gold," and surmounted by the w^wZ-feathers and disk above the heads of the uppermost [No. 28442.] in. pair oi uraei are two disks. XVIIIth dynasty. Length,
;

D

W

932. Rectangular glazed
the

steatite Plaque, faded to

brown.

On

the obverse

is

inscribed

prenomen of Thothme.S III, in a cartouche, crowned with two iiiaatOn the reverse is a feathers, and with three pairs of uraei issuing from it. figure of the god Ptah, standing before the inscription " Ptah, lord of Truth,

''9J^'\

'.,^fr'l\

;V5J-5

'""X^jl

King

of

all

the

Gods,"

°

^"^^

|
in.

1

'=='

1

^^=^

Chipped.

XVIIIth^XXth

i.W

^1

dynasty (Delta

style).

Length, \

[No. 16798.]

933. Green glazed steatite Plaque, with rounded ends. On the obverse is inscribed the prenomen of Thothjies III, in a cartouche, between two ;wrt(7/-feathers and two uraei, above a line, below which is the emblem of " stability," from which spring two uraei. On the reverse is cut a complicated rosette of spirals, petals, and uraei, springing from a central knot.

XVIIIth dynasty.

Length,

|

in.

[No. 30027.]

934. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to ivor}--white, of t\-pe G 2. On the base are two cartouches, each containing the prenomen of TllOTHMES III, and each placed between two uraei facing outwards, the tails of which are knotted together between the cartouches,^ thus [No. 48884.] forming a rosette design. XVIIIth dynast}-. Length, -j^ in. 935. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 3, with deeply cut legs, inscribed with two cartouches containing the prenomen of TllOTHMES III, Men-KHEI'ER-Ra, placed one on each side of a rosette composed of four uraei, which have their tails [No 41878.] joined in a knot in the centre. XVIIIth dynasty. Length, | in. 936. Glazed steatite Plaque, with rounded ends, faded to white. On the obverse is cut the prenomen of Thothmes III, in a cartouche surrounded by uraei, and on the reverse is a Rough work. rosette composed of uraei, petals, and volutes springing from a central knot. [No. 43013.] XVIIIth dynasty. Length, fin.

M

2

^

J

"

92

CATALOdUK OF SCARAHS, CYLINDKR-SEALS,
937. Glazed
steatite Scarab, faded to
gi'e\-,

I:TC.

1937 947

of t\pe

G

2.

On

tlic

base
:]

is

cut a

composed of two TlloTiiMKS 111, with four
rosette

petals
ui-<ic!.

and two cartouches,

contaiiiinij the

prenomen of
in.
1

W'lllth XlXth

d\-nasty.

Length,

[No. 469

6.

938. Blue glazed steaschist Plaque, with rounded ends.
is

On

the obverse

.«^^.
^'

inscribed the

prenomen of Thothmf.s

III,

in

winged sun and abox'e a Hathor-head with ui-aci. X\'lIIth (l\-nast\-. of two petals and ffnir

a cartouche, beneath the On the reverse is a rosette Length, -,% in. [No. 28610.]
t\'pe

?^} —
'

^^^---^
'

iV;f;""

^--'

,.^.'—

,-p-'?',

939. Bkic-green glazed

steatite Scarab, of

A

3,

on the base of which
;

is

cut a

rosette of four iiraei, knotted together, in the centre.

above the centre

is
,

inscribed

^,,Q.,^

At each end is a scorpion "Men-KHEPER-R.\ fTilOTllME.s III)," ^,
Lands."

.^i5*_'*^:

and below
Length, I

it

'^—

in.

"Lord Newberry:

of the

Two

Fine work.

XVHIth

dj-nasty.

Scarabs,

V\. y.y.\\\\, 22.

[No. 16790.]

\>r3^^ ""^==

j:.

figure of a

940. Glazed steatite .Scarab, faded to gre\', of t)'pc G 4, on the base of which is cut a winged uracils before a cartouche containing the prenomen of TlloTllMKS III
;

between them are the signs Length, | in.

—Tp,

and bc}'ond the

uracils

is

the

;/('/^-sign.

X\'IIIth

d\'nast}'.

[No. 16748.]

r resented by

Major-Geu. A. W. H. Meyrick, 1879.

941. Blue-green glazed steatite Scarab, of type 3, coarsel}" cut, inscribed with the prenomen of Thotiime.^ Ill, Men-KHEPER-R.a, in a cartouche, with a disked uracils at the side. X\'IIIth d}"nast}'. Length, in [No. 41859.]
j)

A

M^'

942. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type G 4. On the base are cut an uracils and a demi-cartouche, containing the prenomen of 'rii()'rii>[Es III. X\'IIIth cl\'nasty.
Length,
;,;

in.

[No. 42769.]

943. Blue faience .Scarab, of t}'pe J i. On the base is cut an uracils before a half-cartouche containing the prenomen of Tiiotiimes III. No border: rough style. X\'IIIth XlXthdynasty. Length, J in. [No. 27848.]

.^':.,.
'''

~'

944. Blue faience

.Scarab,

of the

same

st}-le

and with the same inscription

as

943.

XVIIIth XlXth

d_\-nasty.

Length,

P resented by
XV'IIIth-XIXth dynasty.
;;

-j\ in.

[No. 16804.]
tlie

Trustees of the Christy Collection, 1865.
t\-pe '

945. Light blue faience Scarab, of the same Length, in.

and with the same inscription as 943.
[No. 28379.]

946. Green glazed steatite .Scarab, o{ the same t\-pe and with the same inscription as 943, but with the uracils turned in the re\er.se direction, and crowned.

Rude

style.

XVIIIth

d_\-nast\-.

Length,

-j^f

in.

[No. 27196.]

947. Green faience Stamp-amulet, with loop form of two rude feet side by side. On the base is roughh^ inscribed the prenomen of Thothmes III, with an uracils. XVIIIth dynasty or later. Length, i^ in.
for suspension, in the

[No. 3964.]
Petrie
:

Hist. Scarabs, 979 (base only).

948-959]

THOTHMES

III.

93
Ij

948. Glazed steaschi.st Scarab, of flat type, G 2, very badly made and On the base is rudely cut an attempt at glazed (the glaze has disappeared). the prenomen of TllOTllMF.S III, in a cartouche, surmounted by two inaat(Genuineness doubtful.) feathers, and placed between two i/nri-i on the i/i'/>-sign.
Beluwrc
Co/hrtioii, 1843.

(1

\f
q
T)
(iJl

t^
O
'

TO)

[No. 4369.]
''nrfO

949. Glazed steatite Scarab (glaze almost

entirel}"

worn
I

off),
I,

of t\-pe

G

2,

inscribed with a "arbled cartouche of TiK iTll.MES III
feathers, a

^ ?IS C^isJ,

two

iiiadt-

winged

iimc/is,

and the ^:^

'^ign.

Ramesside Period.

Length, ^ in. [No. 3S647.]

950. Glazed
the

steatite Scarab, faded to white, of
III,

prenomen of TiIOTH.ME.S

with an

///v?f«j-.

type A 3-5, coarseh- cut. On the base is Chipped. Ramesside Period. Length, i in. [No. 46207.]

of

951. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of type On the base is the prenomen 3. III, in a half-cartouche, between two uraei above the ideograph of "gold." Ramesside Period, or later. Length, | in. [No. 46379.]

A

Thothme.s

952. Glazed steatite .Scarab, faded to white, of t)-pe G 4. On the ba.se is a half-cartouche containing the prenomen of TiioTH.MES III, between two uraei. Chipped. After XlXth dynasty (?). Length, \ in. [No. 46997.]

953. Glazed

steatite Scarab, faded to

brown, of type

A

3.

On

prenomen of Thothme.S III, in a cartouche, above the same prenomen two uraei. XlXth to XXIInd dynasty (?). Length, \ in.

the base is inscribed the is a cartouche between [No. 46S72.]

954. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type G 4. On the base is inscribed the prenomen of Thothmes III, in a cartouche, between two uraei, with the maatfeathers above, and the ;/t'/;-sign below. Rough work. Ramesside Period. Length, i in.
[No. 16829.]

P

^^ W
'

955. Glazed
inscription
is

steatite Scarab, faded to white, of

type

A

3-4.

On

the base
;/f/'-sign,

is

cut the

^waa T

www

^

"Beautiful

is

the

name"

(repeated), above the

below which
_

an incomplete cartouche containing the prenomen of TllOTllMES

III,

Ci^^

flanked by
[^'0.39043.]

uraei.

XVI I Ith

d\-nast\-, or

Ramesside Period.

Length,

f

in.

^
A

956. Green glazed
uraei springing from
it,

prenomen of Thothme.S
957. Glazed
of

Scarab, faded to brown, of type On the base is the 3. surmounted by the c?/(/-feathers, and with four abo\-e a neb. New Kingdom. Length, % in. [No. 46908.]
steatite
III, in a cartouche,

steatite Scarab, faded to grey, of

type

A

3.

On
-|

the base

is

the

prenomen
issuing

Thothmes
it
;

III, in a cartouche,

surmounted by the

rtAy-feathers,

and with four

//rcrc/

from

the upper pair are disked.

New Kingdom.

Length,

in.

[No. 47078.]

958. Green glazed steatite Plaque, with rounded ends.
royal

On

one side

is

the imitation
ui-aei
'"'•"^

name

Ka-k/ieper
it.

w
^

O

,

in a cartouche,
is

surmounted with plumes and with four

springing from

On
(?),

the other side or earlier.

an imitation prenomen of
y"^ in.

Thothme.s

?^

III,

(7,

pv '^v

|^

.

XXVIth
out.

dynasty

Length,

[No. 47258.]

steatite Scarab, faded to white, of tj'pe A, with legs rough!)' blocked the base is the prenomen of Thothmes III, in a cartouche, between two uraei, facing inwards, with their tails four times convoluted and turned up straight to form lines between them and the cartouche. Ramesside Period. Length, | in.

959. Glazed

On

G
1"^

'[No. 45925-]

:

94
960. Glazed
the
side

CATALOGUE OF SCARARS, CVLINDER-SEALS,
steatite Scarab, of t\'pe

ETC.

[960-970
is

A

3,

faded to white.

On

the base

rudely cut

prenomen of

Thothmes

III, in a cartouche,

between two

nraei, with tails joined

on one

and the signs r^^^ on the other.

Late

New Kingdom.

Length,

[i

in.

[No. 45S69.]

961. Glazed steatite rectangular Plaque, faded to gre\', with one side slightly convex. the flat side is inscribed the prenomen of TllOTHME.s III, between tv\o disked uraci, with their tails joined abo\e it, and opposed is the sign t between two similar uraei. Ramesside Period. lUacas Collect ion, 1867. Length, i in. [No. 16823.]

On

962. Glazed
inscribed the
7iraei,

steatite Scarab, faded to white, of

type

i\ 7,

with broad base, on which

is

prenomen of TllOTHMES III, in a cartouche, between two crowned whose tails meet over it, beneath the solar disk. Below are the signs of
life "

vC^*
-^
.

"

double

and

"

double beauty
Chipped.
p. 27.

"

over the nch-svgn, T~i I'T.and
d_\-nast\',

in

the

:1(1 fiL.w

.

*

^
'

are
I
in.

two

«(yV;--signs.
:

NIXth

or

37

later(?).

Length,

--^**_r

Loftie

Essay, Ixxxvi,

[No. 24157.]
in
relief,

-"-^
is

963. Green faience rectangular Plaque, with convex back, on which,

the

prenomen of Thotmme.S
beneath
is

III,

o

(."0,

between two

//rac/,
is

whose

tails join

above

;

over and

a beaded border.
(1
[

^
d\'nasty.

On

the base

inscribed a garbled form of the

name

ofAmcn-Ra

o

o

XlXth

Length,

j-i in.

[No. 46776.]

964. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t}-pe A 4. On the base is the prenomen of Thothme.s III by the side of two /traci with a common head, roughl_\- cut and resembling a winged disk. Chipped. XlXth dynasty (?). Length, ^'-g in. [No. 46291.]
'

965. Glazed
of TlloTllMES

steatite Scarab, faded to

brown, of
disk

t)-pe

G

4,

inscribed with the
uracils.

prenomen

III,

1-^^

,

with the

solar

and a winged

Ramesside Period.
[No. 4041
3.]

Length, y\

in.

^
^\'ith

966. Light green faience Hemic\'linder,
back, in a cartouche, in
relief,

the

prenomen of TllOTHMES

III

on the

within a striated border.
j in.

On

the base are three iiraci

Ramesside Period.

Length,

967. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to grey, of t}-pe On 3. the base is the prenomen of THOTHME.S III, followed b\- a figure of a man, in a cartouche, between iour uraci. Chipped. XI Nth

A

XXI Ind

d)-nast}'.

Length,

J

in.

[No. 45/12.]

968. Glazed
base
is

steatite

the

prenomen of Thoth.MES
i;

Scarab, faded to white, of type 4-G III, between two reversed uraci.
'

A

4.

On the L^ncertain

irij

Ct^ (W

period.

Length,

in.

[No. 45986.]

969. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of tj'pe A 6. On the base is roughly cut the prenomen of Thothmes II I, in a reversed cartouche, surmounted by the rt/i?/-horns- and plumes, and above the sj-mbol of " gold." On either side is an iiraens with the crown of Lower Eg\-pt. XXVIth d\'nast\-, or earlier. Length, | in.

^.

^-^

[N0U6829.]
970. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to grey, of type A 4, with broad base, on which is inscribed " MEN-KHErER-R.\ (Thothmes III); lives the Horus Petrie in. XVIIIth-XIXth d_\-nasty. Length, stable is the uracils Q)."
i

o

;

Hist. Scarabs, 1063.

[No. 16765.]

f

^ 1

971-980]

THOTHMES

III.

95

prenomen of TnOTHMKS III, in White Crown, mounted on a ;/('/;-sign.
tlie

971. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type A 4. On the base is cut a cartouche, with an uracils, wearing the

o
Ik

Late

New Kingdom.

Length, | in. [No. 38599.]

972. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type 8. On the base is cut a cartouche containing the prenomen of Thothmes III, surmounted by plumes, between two nraei, wearing the crown of Lower Egypt, placed on the ^37 sign. XXVIth dynasty. Length, J in. [No. 38961.]
973. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type L i, inscribed " Good God, Lord of the Two Lands, Men'-kheper-Ra (TiiOTiniE.s III)," with Uncertain date, after XVIIIth dynasty (?). a protecting winged uracus. Length, If hi. [No. 46553.]

A

1i

G

974. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to drab, of type L 4, inscribed " Good God, Lord of the Two Lands, MEX-KHErER-R.\ (TilOTHMES III)," with the sign of "life," between two winged ///-rtc/, on the wr/z-sign. XVIIIth-XIXth dynasty (?). Length, -j% in.
[No. 38666.]

(^iQoJ

975. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type A 2-3, with legs roughly blocked out, inscribed "Good God, Lord of the Two Lands, Men-KHEPER-R.\
'

oT T ^—
.

'0

si:

(THOTH^[ES

III),"

above the symbol of
(?).

"life,"

between two

iiiwi,

Pn

"?"

n^

If^

'llol

About XI Xth dynasty
976. Blue glazed
inscribed

Length,

g

in,

[No. 42732.]

steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t}-pe

A

3.

On

the base

is

roughly
(?).

o

J^

above an
:|

diikli,

from which spring two

iiraci.

XlXth dynasty

Length,

[^1I]QJ

in.

[No. 46865.]

977. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to gre}-, of t}-pe 2. On the base is roughl}- cut a cartouche containing the prenomen of Thothmes III, above the sign '^37, and beneath the symbol of "life," -2-, from the arms of which depend two nraei, one wearing the crou-n of

G

Upper Egypt,

the other that of

Lower Egypt.

Ramesside Period

(?).

Length,

\\, in.

[No. 38941.]

978. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to

}'ellow, of

type

A

3.

On

the base
\\
(?).

is

the inscription

"Good God, Lord

of the

Two

Lands,

Men-kheper-R.^ (Thothmes
nraei.

III),"

(g^^^J,
Length, in. [No. 38662.]

above a winged scarabaeus, with two pendent

XVIIIth

d\-nasty

W

979. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to dark grey, of t}'pe A 6, with very high arched back. On the base is cut a scarabaeus with the solar disk above it, and two nraei, wearing the Red Crown, springing from it below is a transverse cartouche, containing the prenomen of THOTHMES III, above the ueb-s\gx\. X I Xth-XX 1st dynasty. Length, fi in. Biacas Collection, \%6-/. [No. 168 1 8.]
;

V
^
Aj)

©V W
1

O

IxA

fo fl SS ^ V-

V y

^
is

980. Green glazed steatite Duck, with head turned over back. form of that of a distorted scarab, is inscribed the prenomen of Thothmes III (Men-kheper-Ra), with two «;-«« springing from X\"IIIth d}'nasty. Length, the scarabaeus-sign. in.
in the
-j-'y

On
'

the base, which
-^_^.^^

'^.^^
^~

[No. 37762.]

^

1

'

96

CATAI,0(;i!E

OF SCARABS, CYLINnKR-SKAI.S, ETC.

[981-994

981. Blue-groen glazed steatite Cowroid, with back ornamented by beaded On the base is inscribed the prenomen of TnoTll.MES III, with \.\\o uraei springing from the scarabaeus. Chipped at top. X\'I Ith d\-nast\-. Length, -j-V in[No. 28889.]
lines.
I

O
'—
f/ri


nM
^^'
'3

^^ ^^

M

982. Green glazed steatite -Scarab, of type A 3, inscribed with the prenomen of III from the scarabaeus-sign spring two .7;v?(7, as before. W'lIIth dynast}-. li/ncirs Collcclion, 1867. Length, -/^ in. Xo. ^(>777^

TlloTHMES

;

'^

[

^

983. (jreen glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 3, Til()TliMi:s III, as before. XVII Ith dynasty. Length,
dynasty.

inscribed
J,

with

the

in.

])renomen of [Xo. 4061.]

984. (ilazed steatite .Scarab, faded to brown, of Length, in.
?,

t)'pe

A

3,

inscribed as before.

XVIIIth

[Xo. 27058.]
inscribed as before.

985. Green glazed steatite .Scarab, of type Length,

A
A

3,

.XVIIIth dynast}-.
[Xo. 28965.

986. Green glazed
side.

steatite Scarab, of t}''pe

3,

inscribed as before.

Chi])]3ed

on one

XVIIIth dynasty.

Length,

;'

in.

[Xo. 2781S.]

XVI Ilth

987. Bright green glazed steatite Scarab, of t}-pe Length, y^ in. Blacas Collection, 1867. dv-nast}-.

A

3,

inscribed

as before.

[No. 16810.]

988. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type Length, y^r in.
989. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of in. Length,
;;:

L

2,

inscribed as before.

X\'IIIth d}-nast}\
[Xo. 28044.]

t}'pe

L

^,

inscribed as before.

XVIIIth

d}-nast}-.

[Xo. 28408.]
':~^

990. Glazed .steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of heavy type A, with legs roughly blocked out. On the base are cut the prenomen of Thothmes III. in a halfcartouche, upside down, the figure of an uncertain animal, and the corrupt inscription [Xo. 42392.] in. Ramesside Period. Length, Ver\- rough work.
,i;

__,
f^^^.^^

^:::^7

991. Blue faience .Scarab, of type

L

2.

On

the base

is

a figure of

an animal,
Ij
:

.^^^^sjs,,
%fjr~f
V'/'

probably
in front

intended

for
is

a

giraffe,

above whose back

is

the

///^/(//-feather

of the group
off

a cartouche containing the prenon-ien of
1th d}-nasty.

TiK

)lllMi:s

1

1

1.

Head broken

XVII

Length,

\], in.

[Xo. 29991.]

992. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 3-6, on the base of which is cut tlie figure of a bull tran-ipling on a prostrate enemy before him is a hawk, and between them are the
;

signs

y

,

" lov-ing

////rdt"

;

above

his

back
Length,

is
-j-J;^

a

cartouche containing

the
I'l.

jirenomen
.x.wiii, 34.

of

Thothmes

III.

X\'I I Ith dynasty.

in.

Newberry

:

.SV^r/-rr/'5,

[No. 28492.]

993. Green glazed

steatite Scarab, faded to w:hite, of t}-pe .A

3.

On

tiie

base
^

is

cut a
,

figure of a bull trampling on a prostrate

enemy
\

;

belore

him

is

a
is

hawk, and
a cartouche
jf.

between them

ire

the signs
1

,

"loving niiiat"

abo\-e his back

x-iy^'^^''

-c^

containing the prenonien of
AiKislasi Collection, 1839.

HorH.\n:s
:

Petrie

III. X\ 1 1th d}-nast}-. Hist. Scirnids, gy^.

Length,

in.

"-s=«-^
[No. 4000.J

994. Light green glazed steatite Scarab, of
of a lion, />iiist///t ; in the field is inscribed of the Two Lands, Men-KHE1'ER-R.\ work the lion is l'"ine giving life." with long thin bofly and limbs. XVIIIth
;

t\-pe

A

3-6.
,

On
"

the base

is

cut the figure
^.-^~^

Good God, Lord
III),

A

(Thothmes
d}'nast\-.

T !A

heraldicall}- treated

Length,
[No. 16802.]

I in.

Petrie

:

Nist.

Scrrj-irlfS,

994.

^

'

995-1003]

TIIOTHMES

III.

97
is

995. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of t\'pe On the base 3, with arched baci'C. a figure of a royal sphinx pitssaiit towards a cartouche containing the prenomen
of

A

cut

Thothmes
Chipped

III;
at

above

his

back

is

inscribed T
d}'nasty.

]

(sic),

"Good God."
A

Fine
:

work.

one end.

XVIIIth

Length,

in.

Petrie

Hist.

Scarabs, ggj.

[No. 3995.]
steatite .Scarab, of tj'pe

996. ]5hie-green glazed
setting,

A

3,

in its original

gold

mounted in a gold wire ring. On the base is cut a figure of a winged hawk-headed sphinx, seated before the prenomen of TllOTHMES III. Fine work. XVIIIth djnast}'. Length of scarab, Sa/t Collection, in.
"
.',

1835-

[No. 2936.1

997. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t\-pe A 3. On the base is a cartouche containing the prenomen of TllOTJlMES III, before which is seated a winged sphinx, \\ith XVIIIth dynasty. Length, disk and uracits on his head, and a nefer-'Avgw above and below. [No. 46444.] tV in.

998. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A, with legs roughly blocked out. he wears the is cut the figure of a royal sphinx, /c?.s-iv?«/', freely drawn Double Crow 11 anrl stands on the ideograph of " gold," rsn in the field are the signs .!-'.. the beginning of the prenomen of TuOTll.ME.s III, Men-KHEPER-R.\.

On

the base

;

:

,

.^

Bold

st\-le.

XVIIIth dynasty.

Length, j

in.

[No. 27895.]

999. Glazed steatite .Scarab, faded to yellow, of t)-pe A, with legs blocked out. the base is roughly cut a figure of a sphinx, with a pendent collar, seated ,' O on the neb-s\z\-\ above is the cartouche [Men]-KHEPER-R.\ (Tiiothme.s III ?). The head of the sphinx is detached from its body. XVIIIth d\'nasty. [No. 38613.] Length, % in.

On

;

1000. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of type A in original gold mount (^a plain gold wire funda) as the movable bezel of a gold finger-ring, of nearly circular section attachment, now loose. On the base is e.xactly the same design and inscription as on 999. Petrie: Hist. Scarabs, 1003. XVIIIth dynasty. Length of scarab, -j-i in.; diameter of
; ;

ring, li in.

[No. 2935.]
peculiarities of treatment as

1000 shows the same

999

;

both were evidently by the snnie maker.

1001. Blue-green glazed steatite rectangular Plaque, with a slot in each of the two long On the flat obverse is rudely incised the protecting hawk, with ^____.^ ."*' (the claw which ought to be holding wings outstretched above the ring ' it is omitted) and the //^r/'-sign. On the slighth- convex reverse is cut, —.mr " in open relief, a sphin.x, coucliaiit, with a cartouche containing the pre_ _ nomen of TlloTllMES III between its paws above the sphin.x is a solar disk with one wing. Rough work. XVIIIth dynasty. Length, | in. [No. 29250.]
sides.

Q

;

,

>

On the base is cut a figure of a 4-6. 1002. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type royal sphinx, wearing the horns, disk, and feathers on his head, and a heav\necklace, or royal garment, hanging in front of his chest and forelegs, passant ^f:^-fi. towards a cartouche containing the prenomen of Thothmes III above his
\ ;

A

back

is

the sign T, and at each end of the base

is

a neb-^x'gw.

Fine work.
[No. 3996.]

XVIIIth dynasty.
of the royal cartouche of
"

Length, [i

in.

A)iastasi Collection, 1839.

1003. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type A 3. On the base is cut a figure He holds the s]3hin.x, coiieha/tt, wearing the sun disk on his head. Men-KHEI'ER-R.\ (Thothme.S III). In the field is the inscription 'r;"^!^

^

Good God, Lord

of the

Two

Lands,"

|

f

.

XVIIIth

d)-nast)-.

Length,

i in.

\i»^>^
N

[No. 38626.]

^

98

CATALOCiUE OF SCARAIIS, CVLINDER-SKALS, ETC.
1004. Light green glazed steatite Scarab, of type

[1004 1014
is

A

3,

on the base of which

cut a

royal sphinx-,

coitcliant,

with the feathers H

(j

on

his head, before the signs
is

"(Long) live the Lord of the Two Lands!"; above his back of Thothmes III, ni a cartouche. XVIIIth dynasty. Salt Collect'iou, 1835.

the

prenomen
9
1

Length,

G

in.

1005. Green glazed steatite Scarab, partly faded to white, of type A 3, with deeply cut legs. On the base is a roj-al sphinx, coucluvit on the wc/'-sign, and holding the cartouche of Men-KHEPER-R.\ (Tikitiimes IIIj above is a winged uracils. XVIIIth dynasty. Length, i in. [Xo. 38668.]
:

1006. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to gre}-, of t)'pe A 3-4, On the base is cut the figure of a royal sphinx, coiicliant, and holding the cartouche of Men-KHEPER-Ra (TiroTH.MES III): abo\-e is a winged uracils. XVIIIth dynasty. Length, in. [Xo. 38665.]
,^

1007. Light green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 3, on the base of which is cut a sphinx, couchant on the ;/^/'-sign, before a cartouche containing the prenomen of Thothmes III above him is a winged uracils. Chipped. XV'IIIth d\nast}-. Length, \ in. [Xo. 273'22.]
roj'al
:

1008. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of tvpe Length, A in.
'

.A 3,

with design as 1007. ^

XX'IIIth dynasty.
[Xo. 28856.]

1009. Green glazed steatite .Scarab, of type .A. 3, on the base of which is cut a royal sphinx, coiuitaiit before a cartouche containing the prenomen of THOTHMES III above his back is a winged uracils. XVIIIth dynasty. Length, jJr in. [Xo. 16753.] Presented by Major-Gcii. Sir A. \V Mcyrick, 1879.
;
.

H

.

of

1010. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type 3-4, inscribed with the III, in a cartouche, between two ///(^FZ-feathers and iiraci. above which is a sphinx, couchant. with a winged uracils above him, and

A

prenomen
^

Thothmes
signs
|

the

T,

"Good God,"

before

him.

X\'IIIth d}nast\-, or

later.

U^U
[Xo. 4020.]

Length, \\

in.

[Xo. 426S3.]

1011. Green glazed steatite hemi-c\dindrical I'laque. On the flat side is rudely cut a winged and crowned sphinx, couchant, facing an uracils, with a disk above its back. On the convex side is incised the prenomen of Thothmes III in a label between two w/rt^rZ-feathers cut in relief; above and below are beaded borders. XVIIIth d}-nast\'. Length, \^ in. Sn/t
Collection, I'i^i.

1012. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of t\-pe A 7, with elaboratel}- cut head, inscribed with the prenomen of THOTHiH-:s III in a cartouche between two uraci, both facing right, and above the «('/'-sign Above is a roj'al sphinx, couchant, with
the feathers M
1)

on

his head,

and the signs |
in.

fl.

above

his back.

Chipped.

XVIIIth dynasty.

Length, •§

[Xo. 28670.]

1013. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type A 3. On the base is cut a sphinx, couchant on the neb, with an uraeated disk over his head, between two cartouches containing the prenomen of Thoth.MES III. Chipped. XVIIIth dynasty (?). Length, g in. [Xo. 45980.]

1014. Light blue faience Scarab, of type L 2. On the base is cut a figure of a sphinx, passant, with tail raised and head turned back, wearing the atcf-crown before him is the figure of a slain enemy above is a cartouche containing the prenomen of Thoth>H-;s III. \ XVIIIth dynasty. Length, ' in. Petrie Hist. Scarabs, 995. Anastasi Collection {\\), \^S7[Xo. 16808.] ' '
; ; :

;

1015-1022]

THOTHMES

III.

99

1015. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to pink, of type 3-6. of a royal sphinx tramphng on a prostrate prisoner, before the

A

On

the base

is

cut a figure
III,

prenomen of

Thothmes

O
'^, Men-KHEPER-Ra.

XVI

I

Ith dynasty.

Length,

-j^ in.

[No. 39271.]

1
1016. (Opaque lapis-bhie glass rectangular Plaque, in bezel of a Z!D -shaped gold ring, of circular section, with swivel attachment. On the obverse is cut a ro\'al sphinx,
its

original

gold setting as the
'z
-« ~r"<
i

tjKl!^'yaHiiKa|
.

wearing the
field is

trampling on a prostrate enem\'. In the inscribed "Good God, Men-KHEPKR-R.\, trampling
atef,

*«i*^s^^»"'

^^^^^mHjL

**

»

down every
is

land,"

|

f

(o^^^j °
ring,
i

"

.

On

the reverse
j'

in.scribed
i

"Golden Horus, Wielder of Power,"
diameter of
in.

^^ ^

.

.W'lIIth dynasty.
Collection

Plaque,

g in.

by

in.;

Atiastasi

fSiS^

{W^x^^j.
the
obverse

[Xo. 14349.]
cut the

1017.
field is
-

Dark green
inscription
-

figure of a royal sphinx,

glazed steatite rectangular trampling upon an enemy;

in

Plaque. the

On

is

^
.V-r
'"^

.^
>i
"^^^

the

?
|

==j

Men KHEPER Ra
On
the reverse are cut

f
\,

O

" Prince,

Good God,
of
III)." the god

|

(Thothmes
figures

Ptah, and of the king, wearing

a helmet, in the pre-

sence of Amen and Horus. Length, f in.

On

the sides are cut figures of the god Mentu.

XVI

I

Ith d)nast}\ [No. 40827.]
is

1018. Glazed steatite .Scarab, faded to drab, of t\'pe

A

3.

On

the base

cut the

prenomen of
Length, |i
in.

Thothmes

III,

feeing
Above

,

and the
is

figure

of a sphinx seated above the

prostrate figure of a prisoner.

the sphinx

an

iimeits.

X\'IIIth dynast)', or

later.

[No. 38682.]

1019. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to j'ellow, of t\'pe 3-4. hierakosphin.x, crowned with the ^Ay-plumes and iiraei, trampling

A

On

the base

is

a ro\al

on a prostrate enem\'

behind him
Length, fL

is

the sign

f

"Prince," and above
III;,"

him

is

inscribed

|T

Men-kheper-R.a (Thothmes
in.

beneath a winged solar

(g|]?^)i "Good God, disk. XVIIIth dynasty.
[No. 48681.]

1020. Green glazed steatite Plaque with rounded ends. On the obverse is cut a figure hawk-headed lion (hierakosphinx) trampling on a prostrate enemj', with the inscription "Good God and Chief, Men-kheper-Ra .;^^K*^g, T"-*^.
of a
/

(Thoth.MES
composed of
centre.

III),"

|I
I

fst^i^g].

On

the reverse

is

cut a rosette

',

^

<'^j

.'^D:^.'

four petals, four \olutes, and four uraei, knotted in the XVIIIth dynast)'. Length, \\ in. [Xo. 41932.]

^^i^j^

1021. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t)'pe A 3. On the base trampling on a prostrate man, before a cartouche containing the prenomen of

is

cut a sphinx
III.

Thothmes
-{-^

In the

field are

the signs

and

|

T.

Chipped.

XVIIIth

dynast)'.

Length,

in.

[No. 45839.]

1022. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t)-pe A3. On the base is a ro)-al sphinx, coiichani above a prostrate prisoner, before a cartouche containing the prenomen of

Thothmes
Length, f

III

;

above

his

back are the signs

|

i

{ox

yi

V

XVIIIth dynasty
N
2

(?).

in.

[No. 46836.]

^

'00

CATALOGUE OF SCARAHS, CVLINDER-SKAI.S,
1023. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to
gre}-,

ETC.

[1023-1031

cut a sphiii.x,

coiicltaiit

over a j^rostrate prisoner;

in

of t\pe A 3. On the base the field is the inscrijnion

=,^^'.7

[I
j

J

g,

"[Good] God,

Lord of the

Two

Lands,
,'',.

[M Kxj-K in:rKK-RA
in.

"5^^^
[No. 40279.]

(Thothmes

III;."

X\'IIIth d\-nasly, or

later.

Length,

1024. Glazed steatite rectangular Plaque, faded to
of a sphinx, coiichant abo\-e a fallen prisoner
:

gre\'.

On

the front

is

cut the figure

above the

s[)liin.\

are the words
is

H

I

"Good God, Lord

of the

Two Lands"

and

in

front of the
b_\'

group

the sign of "praise," y.
'

On the convex back is cut a Thothmes II L Ramesside
a
ro}-al sphin.x, couchaiit

cartouche, surmounted Period. Length, I i,,.

plumes, containing the prenomen of [Xo. 38610.]

1025. Green glazed steatite .Scarab, faded to j'ellow, of ty[)e A 3. On the base is cut above a prostrate enemj' before a cartouche containing the prenomen
III.

of

TllOTHMES

Above

arc the signs

1

.

Ramesside Period, or

later.

Length,
[\o.

\ in.

4S''^54-]

1026. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to gre}', of t\'pe A 4. On the base a sphinx, coiicliaiit above a ]3rostrate enemy, and holding a cartouche containing
the j;)rcnomen of

is

rudel\-

cut

Thothmes
Lands."

III.

Above

are the signs

.

'~"
,

j

"[Good] God,
Length,
;,'

Lord of the

Two

Chi])ped.

XXth-XXIInd

— ^
.

d_\nast\-.

in.

[Xo. 45707.]

is

1027. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t\-pe A 3. On the base rudeh' cut the same design as 1026. Chipped. XXth-XXIInd d\'nast\-. Length, \ in. [Xo. 45724.]

*»A<

1028. Blue-green glazed steatite Scarab, of t\-pe A 3. On the base winged royal sphinx, trampling on the prostrate body of an Asiatic, before a cartouche containing the prenomen of THOTH.^^•;s III. XlXth dynast)-, or later. Length, ]i in. Petrie Hist. Scarabs, 996. Salt Collect ioiu 1835. [Xo. 3999.]
is

rudel)' cut a

:

1029. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded
is

to

i\or\--white,

of t\-pe

A
^

3-4

the prenomen of Thoth>U-:s III, in a cartouche without base, before a horse, emblematic of the king, trampling on a prostrate
;

1"^

enem\"

abo\'c
in

is

inscribed

]

T ^^^^^

"
,

Good God, Lord
the sign T

of the

Two
[Xo. 46448.]

Lands," and
d\-nast\-.

front of the horse

is

XlXth-XXIInc

Length,

W

in.

the

1030. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of t\-]je .A, with raised bod)'. figure of a horse, trampling on the body of an Asiatic enemy.
is

On

the base

is

cut

Above
in

the sign K^r^

(for

,

"

Lord of the

Two Lands ";,

and

front

of

the
III.

Thothmes

group is a cartouche containing the prenomen of Back broken off. From ed-Edwa (Fayjiim). XlXthLength,
in.
'i

^i
[Xo.
1

XXI Ind

dynast}-.

3

38 J.]

1031. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type On tJie base is cut the figure 3. of a horse, /<7j-j(7;//, above w'hich is the prenomen of Thothmes III (Men-kheper-R.a), in
a

A

cartouche,

over

the ideograph

saiiu

Y,

"union."

To

this

are

bound an

Asiatic and a negro prisoner, and b}- its side are also the plants s}-mbolic of VJ'-^ljJjP^ Upper and Lower Eg}-pt. In front of the ro}-al horse is the figure of an Asiatic ^^feJ^^ prisoner. Fine work. One side chipped. XVII Ith-XXI Ind dynasty. Length, |^ in. [Xo. 42424-]

1032 1040]

THOTHMES

ril.

lOI

On the 1032. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to w hite, of type 7. base is cut a figure of a horse, />assn//t, «ith two cartouches, each containing XlXth-XXIInd dynasty. Length, the prenomen of Thothmes III. [Xo. 4024.] Pctrie Hist. Scarabs, 978. I in.
:

A

1033. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of
passaiif,

t\-pe

A

3-4.

On

the base

is

cut a horse,
III

with the sign

T

before

it,

and a cartouche with the larenomen of THOTHAtES
Length,
i-j^L in.

above

it.

XlXth-XXIInd

dynasty.

[No. 48758.]

On the 1034. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to grey, of t\-pe 4. base are cut the figures of a stag, and of a horse passant, with the prenomen of Thothme.s III. The stag is represented simph^ as an antlered horse. ' [No. 38572.] XlXth-XXIInd dynasty. Length, i' in.

A

1035. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to grey, of type F-G, with elaborate
back.

Inscribed on the base
side are a
style.

e^
is

(for the

prenomen of TllOTllMES

III);

by the

Rough

X

I

crowned ram-headed sphinx and an uracus wearing a Xth dynasty. Length, |i in.

disk.

[No. 39615.]

1036. Blue glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type A 5. On the base is cut the wearing the cr^y^crown, with a seated figure of the goddess Maat between his paws, and the prenomen of Thothmes III, and a con\entional protecting hawk, or winged iiraeus, above him. XI Xth d>'nasty (?). Length, g in. [Xo. 38656.]
figure of a sphinx, coiicliant,

inscription as the foregoing (1036).

1037. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of type A 3-6, with the same design and XlXth dynasty. Length, J in. [No. 38695.]

1038. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to ivory-white, of type G 4. On the base is the of Thothmes III, in a cartouche, over a iieh, and beneath a sphinx, couchant, holding the figure of a god, with- the signs ^i^ above its back. Ramesside Period. Length, \\ in. [No. 46869.]

prenomen

1039. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 3-C 2, with elaborately but clumsily carved back and head. On the o\'al base is cut the figure of a ro\al sphin.\, wearing the atef-cxoww, couchant on the ;/^/?-sign, before a cartouche containing an imitation of the prenomen of TllOTHMES III above his back is rudely
;

inscribed

"Good God, Lord
(?).

of the

Two

Lands,"

j

?

.

XVIIIth
[No. 29237.]

dynasty

Length, f

in.

1040. Green glazed steatite Scarab, faded to yellow, of type
royal sphinx, conc/iant, wearing the feathers
/l

G

i.

On

the base

is

cut a
III,

K,

before the

prenomen of

Thothmes

inscribed in a half-cartouche. Behind the sjDhinx are the solar disk Ramesside Period. Length, | in.

and a protecting hawk.
[No. 42269.]

102

CATALOGUE OF SCARABS, CYLINDER-SEALS,
1041. Hritjht green glazed steatite

ETC.
the base
is

[1041-1050
cut a ro)-al
is

Scarab, of type
his
"

A

3.

On

sphinx-, lOHchant,

and holding a
;

gift.

A, between
is

forepaws,

one of which
Lands,"

<^^^'

represented as raised in the air

above

inscribed
1
1

Lord of the

Two

;

>^^;
'^^£1?^'

beneath
pair of

is

the

prenomen of

TuoTHMES

1,

in

a cartouche, from which springs a

///vcc/.

Rough

work.

X VI

I

Ith d\-nasty.

Length,

;^

in.

[No. 28671.]
3.

1042. (ilazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of tvpe
sphin.x, ov/r/M;//,

A

On

the base

is

a

roN'al
is

holding the sign A, "gift," and with an uractcs abox'e him; below
111, in
,''^

the

prenomen of TiioTiniKs
d\-nast\-, or later.

a cartouche, between two w^w/-feathers above a

;/(/'.

XlXth

Length,

in.

[Xo. 46294.]
t\-pe

1043. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of

G
,

4,

with double lines on back.

On

the base
it,

is

roughl)- cut a sphinx, holding the sign

A

" gift,"

and with the signs

^

above which

coucliaiit,

is

a

wf,^.

over a cartouche containing the prenomen of Tikitiimes \\\, beneath XlXth dynasty, or later. Length, ft jn. [Xo. 460^3.]
t\-pe
in

1044. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of

prenomen of Thothmes sphinx, (W/r//f?;/A and the w/^-sign. Rude
inscribed
later.

the

III,

style.

On the ba.se is 3, badly cut. a cartouche, between a winged Chipped. X\'IIIth d\-nasty, or
[Xo. 28530.]

A

Length,

\\. in.

1045. Green paste Scarab, of type
in.scribed the

A

3,

with deepl\- cut legs.
below.

On

the base

is

prenomen of
couchaiit,

THOTHMES

III, in a cartouche,
//c/'-sign
^-^^

winged sphinx,
rude.

abo\-e,

and the

between the figure of ,1 Scarab well cut design
; :

XVIIIth

dynast}-, or later.

Length,

in.

Petrie

Hist.

Scarabs,

1002.

Salt Collection, 1835.

[No. 3992.]

1046. Glazed Scarab, faded to white, of type On the base is cut the figure 3. of a winged sphinx, seated, with a disked uracils before him. Below is the prenomen of Thothmes 111, in a cartouche. Rough work: same st\-le as 1045. X\"IIIth dxnast}-. or later. Length, ^ in. [Xo. 42230.]

A

1047. Hlue-green glazed steatite Scarab, of t\-pe L 4, on the base of which is rudel}' cut a winged sphinx, coitc/iaiit, above a cartouche containing the prenomen of Thothmes III, between two iiraci. XVIIIth d\-nast\-, or later. Length, J-f in.
[Xo. 3994.]

Q

1048. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of ty]3e A 4. On the base prenomen of Thothmes III beneath a s]jhinx, coiichaiit, holding a w/r/c?^feather over his back is a protecting vulture with depres.sed wings. XlXth d\'nast\-, or later. Length, I in. [No. 46S61.
is

rudel\- cut the
;

of

1049. Glazed steatite .Scarab, discoloured, of t\-pe A 4, flat inscribed with the prenomen III, placed transversely beneath a winged sjjhinx, coiic/taiit. \'er\- rough work. XVIIIth dynast}- (?). [^'o• 3993-] Length, | in.
;

Thothmes

1050. Green glazed prenomen of THOTHMES

On

the reverse
j

is

On the obverse is the rectangular brick-shaped Plaque. a cartouche, flanked by uraei, above a winged scarabaeus. roughly cut a ro}'al sphin.x, passant, with a disked itraeiis before him, and
steatite
III, in

the signs

T,

"Good God," above

him.

XVIIIth dynasty

(?).

\\

in.

by

f^^ in.

[No. 45338.]

1051 1057]

THOTHiMES

III.

lO:

1051. Blue glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type
cut a sphinx
conc/iaiit,

A
1.

3.

On

the base

is

rudely

before a cartouche containing the
I

prenomen of TliOTli.MKS

III,

over

a demi-cartouche, with the signs

'fX

XI

(for

¥

^^^^

Xl

XlXth

d}'nast)', or later.

Length, |

in.

[No. 46880.]
t_\'pe A 3-4, on the base of which is cut a and holding a cartouche containing the prenomen of TliOTHMES III
;

1052. Blue-green glazed steatite Scarab, of
ro)-al

sphinx,
his
is

cotic/iaiif,
is

above
below mean,
1 V\

back

inscribed

"

Good God, Lord

of the

Two

Lands,"
1
,

j

|

,

{sic)

;

^
J in.

a half-cartouche containing the inscription i

>^ q

which could

"

Horus

is

king for ever" (an erroneous correction of the meaningless

^1

"

"

of 1051;.

Rough work.

Chipped.

Xl.Xth dynasty, or

later.

Length,

[No. 16775.]

of

TliOTHMES

1053. Glazed steatite Hedgehog Scaraboid, faded to brown, inscribed with the prenomen III, in a cartouche, between two ;/i'r?rt/'-feathers above is a sphinx, Cd^/^c/'fr///
; |

with the signs

T,

and below

is

a

iicb.

About XXIInd

d\'nasty

(?).

Length,

^

in.

[No. 47042.]

1054. Glazed steatite rectangular Plaque,
sphinx,
reverse
eoiiclunit,
is

faded

to

white.

On

the obverse

is

cut a
the
«;v?^7".

with disk and uraeus

;

above

is

a protecting winged
III in the form

q^ umats.

On

rudel}' cut the
(?).

prenomen of
Length, |

Thothmes


^

between two

About XI Xth dynasty

in.

[No. 48910.]

1055. Glazed steatite -Scarab, faded to white, of
with braid border.
a
label

t\'pe

A

7,

in

original electrum settin<:

On
the

the base signs

is

a ro\-al sphin.x, coiicliaut, above
V

containing
"
:

V\

W

,

"

Horus-like
|

Mex-

KIIEPER-R.\
before

above the sphinx are the signs

T,

"Good God,"

^
dynasty.

him

is

T,

and behind

is

a protecting hawk.

XlXth-XXIInd

Length,

j-i in.

[No. 47125.]

1056. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of type 6, deeph' set in a heav)' gold mount, with a rounded silver rim, much o.x\'dized, as the bezel of On the base is inscribed the prenomen of TlKjTHMES III, within a a ring. cartouche, above a sphin.x, coiichfDit, wearing the double crown, below which are figures of Taurt and a winged Nile-god (?), standing opposite each other,
with
the n sitrn

A

V, T

,

" protection, "protection,"
i

between them.

Fine

work.

XVIIIth
[No. 17589-]

dynast}', or later.

Length,

in.

figure of a
tails

1057. Blue-green glazed steatite Scarab, of t>pe A 3, on the base of which king, wearing helmet and uraeus, standing between two uraei, whose join beneath his feet, and upholding the heaven above which is a ro)al
\

is

cut a

,

j

,

S'^iX
l-^J^ '

sphin.x,

couchaut.

By

the king

is

inscribed
^ "
,

|

T

"
,

Good God, Lord
Length,

of the
III),
in.

Two
Lord

Lands," and by the sphinx, of the Two Lands."
:

Q '^^

IVlEN-KHEPER-R.\
dynast}'.

(Thothmes
\\

\^X^
'"

XVIIIth

Petrie

Hist. Scarabs, 1005.

^

[No. 16828.]

I04

CATALOGUE OF SCARABS, CVLIXOER-SKAI.S,

ETC.

[1058-1066
is

figure

1058. Green glazed steatite Plaque, with rounclecl ends. On the obverse of a king " Mex-KHEI'ER-R.\ standing before the inscription
III),

cut

a

(Thotiimes

emanation of

Amen
(?),

";

on the reverse

is

a sjjhinx,

eoiicliaitt,

holding the sN'mbol of "praise,"
is

and

witli a solar disk

above him.
iti-aei.

Below

the Hathor-hcad (sistrum

t\-]je),

with issuant crowned

W'lllth
[X
is

d\-nast_\-.

Length,

A in.

1059. Glazed steatite Plaque, with rounded ends, faded to brown. On the obverse a figure of a king, wearing the helmet and itraeus, and holding the crook, ,-_-^ '^ kneeling before the inscription "Good God, Lord of the Two LandV,

cut

:r^

Mex-khei'EK-R.\ (Thothmes
lion,

III)."

On

the

;Y7'«-i-t' is

trampling

XVIIIth

d\-nast\-.

on a prostrate foreigner, and a Length, | in.

a hawk-headr^ similar inscription

,

'

'

; ^;^Vv%

~'^-j,

^<^^^^

[No. 41900.J

-;»^'

king, wearing

1060. Green giazerl steatite Hedgehog .Scaraboid. helm and unreiis, and holding crook and

On

the base

flail,

is cut a figure of a standing before a cartouche

containing the prenomen of

Tikjtumes

III,

aboxc which are the signs
Leu'-th,
.',

——

,

"

Lord of the
[No. 30579-]

Two

Lands."

Verj- fine W(

XX'IIIth dvnastx-.

in.

1061. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type .A. 3. On the base is cut a figure of a king, standing with crook in hand, and the prenomen of Thothmes III, in a cartouche, before him below is a ;/('/'. Chipped. XYII Ith d}-nasty. Length, i in. [No. 46348.]
;

as 1061.

1062. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of X\'I I Ith dynasty. Length, i in.

t\'pe

A

3,

with the same design and inscription [Xo. 42033.]

1063. Hard blue paste Scarab, of type A 3, with elaboratel)- lined prothora.K wingcases. On the base is cut a figure of a king carrying crook and diik/i, standing XYIIIth d)-nasty. Length, A in. before the prenomen of Thothmes III. [No. 33874.] Presented by Sir fohu hvin/s, A. €./>., 1904.
1064. Blue glazed steatite Plaque, with rounded ends. of a king, wearing the helmet and holding the crook and
of

and

On
aiikli

;

the obverse is cut the figure in the field is the jjrenomen
cartouche,
f
in.

Thothmes

III,

fjj-^

.

On

the reverse

is

inscribed the

between two niaat-

^

feathers

and two

neb-'i\<gwA.

same jircnomen, in a XVIIIth dj'nasty. Length,

[Xo. 28477.]

1065. Glazed steatite Plaque, with rounded ends, faded to white.
a figure of a king, as before, standing before the inscri]jtion
R.\,

On the "Men-KHEPER-

obverse

is

cut

emanation of Amen,"
"

On
^r
'

the re\er.se
heart,

is

inscribed
(in)

^O

(2 \i

possibly

Not found

is

m\-

an o fi"er

the Iiouse of
I
in.

Amen,"
1868

^^'^

r"^

Hay

(k)-^

ca XVIIIth

d\nast_\-.

Length,

Collection,

[No. 16738.]

is

cut an interlaced design of

1066. Green glazed steatite Plaque, with rounded ends. On one side lilies, and on the other is a standing figure
king wearing a
is

fA

of a

helmet and nraens, and

carr_\-ing

the crook

[.

A-.-*.
~

y*

the inscription " Mex-KHEI'ER-Ra (Thoth.MES III), emanationofAmen." XVIIIth dynasty. Length, § in. [No. 37771.]

Before him

1067 1075]

THOTHMES

III.

105

1067. Green glazed steatite brick-shaped Plaque. On the obverse is prenomen of Thotiimb;s III, in a cartouche, from which spring two iiraci, with a winged scarabaeus, from which also spring two itmei, below. On the reverse is an uraeated rosette. On one of the long sides is a standing figure of a king wearing the helmet and carr}'ing the crook, and on the other is a lizard. XV^IIIth d\-nast\'. Length, \\ in. [Xo. 28519.]
cut the

On the obverse 1068. Green glazed steatite Plaque, with rounded ends. standing figure of a king rearing helmet and itriuvis, and holding the crook
and the sign of
I

is

cut

a

"life,"

-p.

Before

him are inscribed the

name

of

of

Amen-[R.\], the prenomen of Thoth.ME.s III, and the words "Emanation Amen." On the reverse is a rosette formed of petals and urcrei interlaced,
in

with a knot

the centre.

XVIIIth

d\-nast>'.

Length,

^jy in.

[Xo. 41901.]

1069. Green glazed steatite Plaque, with rounded ends. On one side is cut an interlaced In lilies and iirnei, and on the other is a figure of a king, as before. front of him is the inscription " ]VlE.V-KHEPER-R.\ (Thothmes III), emanation of Amen,"
rosette design of

O
On
dxnasty.

\\

-—-

.

XVIIIth dvnastv.

Length,

g in.

[No. 40800.]

1070. Glazed steatite .Scarab, faded to brown, of type

A

3, flat,

and badly

cut.

the base is deeply cut a standing figure of a king wearing helmet and uraens ; X\'IIIth in front of him is a cartouche containing the prenomen ofTnOTtlMES III.

Length,

| in.

[No. 40801.]
1071. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of t>-pe On the base is a figure of a 3. king, as before, and carrying the crook and sign of " life," standing on the iieb-^lgn XVIIIth dynasty. before a cartouche containing the prenomen of Thoth.MES III. [No. 28432.] Length, i in.

A

as

107L

1072. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of t)-pe XVIIIth d\'nasty. Length, y-^ in.

.V 3,

with the same design and inscription [No. 40802.]

1073. Blue-green glazed steatite Scarab, of type 3-6, in the original thin gold setting as the bezel of a ring. On the base is cut a figure of a king, as before, and holding crook and flail in the field is inscribed " Lord of the Two Lands, Men-KHEPER-Ra (Thothmes III)." [No. 28210.] XVIIIth dynast)'. Length, i in.
;

A

1074. Blue faience Plaque, with rounded ends.
of

On

the ol>verse

is

inscribed the
is

prenomen

Thothmes

III,

G ^,^, with the r^

scarabaeus-sign winged.
as
before,

On

the reverse

cut a standing figure

^

of a

king,

and carrying the crook.

G
Before him
is

inscribed

"Lord of the
in.

Two

Lands, Ra-K HE PER

(«<:),'

X\'IIlth d\-nasty.

Length, ii

[No. 26625.]

1075. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type 3, with deeply cut legs. cut a figure of a king, as before, and carrying the crook and sign of " life," standing in front of the inscription " Men-KHEPER-R.a. (Thothmes III), emanation of Amen." XVIIIth dynasty. Length, j^-g^ in. [No. 28001.]

A

On

the base
'^

is

g i^; e;^
f]

^5
Kj

^

io6

CATALOCUE OF SCARABS, CYLINDER-SEALS,
1076. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type as 1075. Set in a bronze wire ring.
-,"^

ETC.

[1076-1088

A

3,

with the same desiecn and
d}-nast_\'.

uiscription

XX'IIIth

Length of
[No. 29028.]

scarab,

in.

1077. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of
base
is

t\-pe

A

3,

with

deej^lj-

cut legs.

On

the

cut a figure of a king, as before,

in.scription "

and carrying a crook, standing before the Men-KHEPER-Ra (Thothmes III), emanation of Amen." XX'IIhh
I

3

dynasty.

Length,

in.

[No. 38563,]
inscription as 1077.

1078. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of the same t\pe, and with the same design and X\nilth dynasty. Length, 1 in. [No. 28806.]

1079. Light blue faience Plaque, with rounded ends. On the obverse is cut a standing figure of a king, as before, holding the crook and the sign of "life" in the field is inscribed "Good God, Men-kii£per-Ra (Thothmes III)." On the reverse is the cartouche of Men-KHEPER-Ra above the emblem of stability " from each spring two uraei. XVIIIth dynasty. Length, '\ in.
;

11

(f>
1;

•'

;

[No. 3988.

1080. Light green paste rectangular Plaque. On the obverse is inscribed the prenomen of THOTHMES III (the scarabaeus-sign is winged). On the reverse is cut a figure of a king, holding the crook, standing before the same prenomen. Rough work. XVIIIth dynasty. Length, in.
f'^

[No. 16805.J
1081. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type On the base is cut the 3. Thothmes III, in a cartouche, in front of a standing figure of a king, holding the crook. Chipped. XlXth-XXth d\-nast\'. Length, [No. 45802.] in.

A

prenomen of

;;

1082. (ilazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t}'pe A 3-4. On the base is the Thothmes III, as 1081, beneath a winged disk. Ramesside Period (?). Length, % in. [No. 46529.]

prenomen of

1083. Green glazed steatite Scarab, faded to drab, of type A and inscription as 1081. XVIIIth d\'nasty, or later. Length, J in.

3,

witli

the

same design
[No. 48798.]

1084. Sky blue faience Scarab, of type J 1. On the base is cut a figure of a king, as before, in front of a half-cartouche containing the prenomen of Thothmes III.

O

XVIIIth-XIXth

d3-nasty.

Length,

\

in.

[No. 231

16.]

description as 1084.

1085. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type G Below is the -'/c/^-sign. Ramesside' Period

3,

(?).

with the same design and Length, in. [No. 42725.]
^^

1086. Sk\- blue faience Scarab, of t)-pe 3, oil the base of w hich is cut a figure of a king, holding crook and flail, with the prenomen of Thotilmes III, as before. Roughly cut. XlXth d\'nasty (?). Length, \ in. [No. 28095.]

A

1087. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 4-M i. On the base is cut a figure of a holding the crook, standing in front of a cartouche containing the prenomen of Thothmes III. XlXth dyna.sty. Length, -,% in[No. 29994.]
king,

1088. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type G 4. On the base is cut a figure of a man, holding a crook and flail, but without royal insignia, standing before a cartouche containing the prenomen of Thothmes III, above which is an uraens (?); a second uraeiis is behind the figure. XlXth d}-nast>- (?). Length, f| in.
[No. 28123.]

1089 10971

THOTHMtS

III.

107

1089. Blue-green glazed steatite Scarab, of type On the base 3. figure of a king iiolding a lotus-sceptre, and standing in front of a cartouche containing the prenomen of III, between a winged solar disk

G

is

a

Thothmes

o

above, and a

hawk

(?)

below.

Rough work.

XlXth

d}-nastv,

Length,

J ni.

or later. [No. 28134.]

1090. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 3, with deeph' cut legs. On the is cut a figure of a king, wearing a long robe, with helmet and uraeiis, crook and flail, seated beneath the winged sun on a throne in the field is inscribed " Good God, Men-KHEPER-Ra (THOTHME.S III)." XVIIIth dynasty. Length, ^ in. [No. 27965.]
base
;

1091. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 3-D i. On the base cut a figure of a king, as before, seated on a throne before a cartouche containing the prenomen of Thothmes III, above which are two s}-mbols of " stabihty." XVIIIth-XIXth dynast)'. Length, f in.
is

o

[No. 3990.]

the base

1092. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type A 4, flat and roughly cut. On is rudely cut a figure of a king, with the prenomen of THOTHMES III, as before. Ramesside Period. Length, | in. [No. 46742.]

1093. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to grey, of type A, with legs roughljblocked out. On the base is rudely cut a figure of a king, with the prenomen of Thothjies III, as before; above is a winged solar disk, and below is the nehsign. Ramesside Period. Length, [f in. [No. 16824.]
1094. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type L i, roughly cut. On the base rudely cut a figure of a king wearing helmet and uraeus, and carrying an ?/^ri'-sceptre, seated beneath a winged sun on a throne, placed on the iicb-?\%\\ before a cartouche containing On the back are two flowers joined. XVIIIth d>'nasty, the prenomen of Thothmes III. Length, [^ in. Petrie Hist. Scarabs, \oo~. A nastasi Collection, I'^ig. [No. 3989.] or later.
is
:

1095. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type 3, mounted in a gold band as the bezel On the base is rudely cut a figure of a king, bearing crook of a (modern ?) light gold ring. and flail, seated on a throne in the Boat of Osiris before him is a cartouche containing the prenomen of Thothmes III. XVIIIth d>'nasty. Length of scarab, f in. Blacas Collection, [No. 17883.] 1867.
;

A

of king
Osiris
"
;

1096. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of tj-pe A 3, on the base of which is cut a figure Thoth.MES III, bearing the crook, seated on a throne in the Boat of
before

him

is

his
!

prenomen,

in a cartouche,

above which
Length, |i

is

inscribed

O

«""'
I
,

q,

'^^-

j^/'v'tJ'ajj

Ra (as) a protection Scarabs, 10 18.

XVIIIth dynasty.

in.

Petrie: Hist.

[No. 16795.]

1097. (ireen glazed steatite Plaque, with rounded ends. On the obverse cut a representation of king Thothmes III, holding flail and crook, and seated on a throne in a funerary boat, the bows and stern of which end in hawks' heads surmounted by double plumes. Before the king is a cartouche containing his prenomen, Men-KHEPER-Ra. On the reverse are four similar cartouches arranged round a group of four iiraei, the tails of which form a knot [No. 41863.] in the centre. XVIIIth dynasty. Length, | in.
is

O

3

;

io8

CATALOGUE OF SCARABS, CVLI NDER-SEALS,

ETC.

[1098-1107

i. On the base is cut a scene of 1098. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to grey, of type a courtier, carrying a flabellum, bringing two prisoners with hands bound behind their backs, before a figure of king Thothmes HI, who is .seated on a throne and holds the (flail and) crook. (The upper part of the king's figure is destroyed.)

D

Above
standa

is

the

cartouche

f

O

i""-^

I I,

and behind the prisoners

is

a

nome[Xo. 38680.1

.W II 1th

dvnast\

Length,

1099. (ireen glazed steatite .Scarab, of iy[>e A 3. On tiie base is cut a rejjresentation Thothmes III, wearing helmet and imre/ts, and holding the crook, being Behind him is an carried in a chair with poles on the shoulders of four iTicn. iiraeiis; before him the inscription "Good God, Lord of the Two Lands, [Mex-?]
of king

KHEPER-R.A,"

1

I^
;

(oSsJ.

XVI

I

Ith dynasty.

Length,

•;

in.

[Xo. 4103:

1100. Glazed steatite Plaque, with rounded ends, faded to grey. On the obverse is a figure of a king, carying flail and crook, the attributes of Osiris, kneeling in the presence of Amen and Mut (?) before him is the in.scription "Good God, [Men]-KHEPER-[R.\] \ (THOTHin':s III ?)." On the reverse is a full-face figure of Bes, between two figures i^ in. X\'IIIth d)'nasty. Length, of Taurt, the foremost of which carries a knife.

[Xo. 39028.]
1101. Green glazed steatite I'laquc, with rounded ends. On the obverse prenomen of Thothmes III, in a cartouche, between two disked uraei _ and above a winged scarabaeus. On the reverse is cut a figure of the king, wearing helmet and i/meiis, cape, and long skirt, standing
in
is

inscribed the
,r^^-.

Above

the attitude of adoration before I'tah, who is seated on a throne. is the winged sun. XVIIIth-XIXth dynasty. Length, \'jr in.

ml. ^$^
»"
III.

[Xo. 28197.]
1102. ]5Iue faience Scarab, of type
figure of a king,

A

3,

roughly

cut,

wearing helmet and
^..."...^

unie/is,

making an

on the base of which is cut the offering; around him are imitation

hierogl\'phs, including

(?),

possibly part of the

prenomen of

Thothmks

XVHIth[Xo. 28368.]

XlXth

dynasty.

Length, f

in.

is

1103. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to light brown, of t_\-[3e .A 3. On the base ' cut a figure of a man standing in adoration before a cartouche containing tlii **. w^ prenomen of Tn0TH.\n-:s III, above a 7ieb. Before XXVIth d}'nasty. Length, in. :::^V [1X0.47050.] ^i^;*.;:

V

1104. Glazed steatite Scarab, of t\pc G 4, faded to brown and white. On the base is rudely cut a figure of a man with pendent arms, standing before a half-cartouche containing XVIIIth-XXth dynasty. Length, J in. the prenomen of Thothmes III. [Xo. 28778J

1105 Green glazed steatite Scarab, of ty]je 4, on the base of w hich is cut a figure of a man standing between two cartouches containing the ]jre; nomen of Thothmes III. XlXth dynasty, or later. Length, |- in^
'

A

/;^£^

'.^'

C^C:
'

[Xo. 27004.]

T^i i/ "'^i^QitlJ^'^
^^--sg^

'•'^'''^

1106. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of t}'i:)e A 6. On the base is cut a figure of a king of Lower Eg}'pt, in the Osirian robe, .seated above a f/eb from which issue two //raei between two cartouches, each containing the prenomen nt Thothmes III, and beneath the winged sun. Fine glaze. XVIIIth d>nast\ Length, -jSjt in. or later. [Xo. 168 13. J
,

"

-^^^

^"^J

1107. (jreen glazed steatite Scarab, of type On 3, with deeply cut legs. the base is cut a figure of a king, wearing the Red Crown, seated between two cartouches containing the ]3renomen of THOTHMES III. Chipped. XVIIIth dynasty (?). Length, in. [No. 30006.]

A

o

o

^

1108-1116]

THOTHMES

III.

109

tation of a king, wearing the

On the base is cut a represen1108. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to drab, of type L 5. crown of Lower Egypt, slaying a foreigner in the presence of the god Xefer-Temu, who offers him a scimitar. Above is part of <^^!^x
j""""^

the

prenomen of TliOTHMP;s
:

III,

behind

the

god

is

his

name G
Length,

I

,

Vj/^J^y'

'-^

Rd-nefer

behind the king

is

a winged uraeits.

XVIIIth dynasty.

g in.

^*=**^-^
[No. 47055.]

1109. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to gre\\ of type design as 1108. XVIIIth dynasty. Length, |^ in.

L

5,

with the same [No. 39215.]

||t

^*

On the base is cut a figure of 1110. Grey-green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 3. king Thoth.MES III, assisted by the god Menthu, who holds a second scimitar ^-^^-. To the left of the for him, slaj'ing two prisoners, whom he grasj)s by the hair. '^'Vj'^'ik''
group
is is

the cartouche
" c\-cle

(

S

e^jtii

g

|

;

above are the signs G

jj,

and

to the right
in.

v/^.

'"f^C^'

the s\'mbol

of

many

years,"

&

^'

.

X\TIIth

d\-nasty. '

Length, |
2.
is

[Xo. 40799.]

is

1111. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type 2-C a figure of a king striking down a prisoner, above whose head
is

A

On the broad oval base behind the ;«rtrt/-feather
;

the king
reign).

part of the
in.

prenomen of TliOTHMES

III,

^<^

XVIIIth dynasty (early part of
[No. 48718.]

Length, fi

1112. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type 1-6. On the base is cut a figure of a king, wearing the crown of Lower Eg\'pt with uraeus, who raises his mace to slay a prisoner of diminutive size, whom he holds by the hair the G prisoner is shown full-face and raising his hands to his head. f<:>^^ ^~-^ In the field is inscribed "Good God, Lord of the Two Lands, ] J lo Mex-[kheper]-Ra (Thothmes III)." Below is an e.xergual w^. -^^^ XVIIIth dynasty. Length, g in. [No. 16403.]
;

A

1113. Blue glazed steatite Scarab, of type G (?), faded to brown, in a broad gold funda, completely covering the sides, mounted on a plain ring of circular section with twisted gold wire. On the base is cut a figure of a king, wearing the crown of Lower Egypt, slaying a prisoner, whom he grasps by the hair. Behind him are

/A

1""^

the signs

.,

for the

prenomen of TliOTHMES
in.

III.

XVIIIth-XIXth

dynasty.

Length

'

(4

of scarab, \

[No. 43395.]

1114. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of t)"pe .A 3. On the base is cut a figure of a king overthrowing- an enemy, whom he grasps by the hair. In the
field is

the

prenomen of

Thothmes
Length,

III,

Men-KHEPER-[R.^],

^^. Rough

work.

XVIIIth-XIXth

dynasty.

§ in.

^
D
i,

[No. 41897.]
flat.

1115. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type representation of a king, wearing the Double Crown, striking

On

the base

is

cut a

down an enemy with
prenomen of
Length, |
in.

his

mace.
III
(.'').

In the field are the signs

,

part of a corrupt form of the

THOTHMES

Below

is

the

«t'/;-sign.

XVIIIth-XIXth

dynasty, or

later.

[Xo. 42209.]

1116.

which

is

Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to gre\', of t,\pe 4, on the base of cut a figure of a king (?) driving a chariot above the horses' heads are
;

A

plumes, and in the
neb-sign.

field is

the

prenomen of Thoth.MES
Length, f|
in.

III,

^

.

Below

is

a

XVIIIth-XIXth

dynasty.

[No. 28122.]

1

j

I

lO

CATALOGUE OF SCARABS,

CVI.INDER-SPIAT.S, ETC.

[1117-1124
is

1117. Glazed steatite rectangular Plaque, faded to white. of a king shooting with the bow at a lion, and in the field are the signs Q T""^ (probabl)- intended for the prenomcn of

On

the obverse

cut a scene

TlIOTHMES

III, or

Seti

I).

On
in.

the reverse are the sign ttt^, a
crocodiles.

^
.^
,

lion passant, the w/<^w/-feathcr,

and two

XVIIIth,,

XlXth

dynasty.

Length,

j.

[No. 43018.]
1118.

kvX^Jwj^^
cut a hunting scene, with a

Green jasper rectangular Plaque.

On

the obverse
:

is

king shooting from a chariot at a lion and an antelope

above is a prostrate man. On the re%!erse are cut corrupt forms of the prenomen of Thothmes III and the name of the god Amen. Ramesside Period. Length, | in.
[No. 305S0.]

f7
f>r.y

%

1119. Glazed steatite Scaraboid, faded to white, with back carved in the shape of a sleeping lion in high relief. On the base is deeply cut a figure of a king, above whose head is the solar disk with uraei, standing, with the seated figure of a god in one hand, between two uraci, which appear to issue

from
of a

his bod}'.
ro\-al

Behinfl

him

is

the inscription R.\-KHE1'ER,
st\'le.

w

,

the beginning
\ in.

prenomcn.

Unusual

Ramesside Period.

Length,

[No. 42347-]
1120. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of tj-pe 2, with two palm branches on back the base is cut a seated figure of the god Ra, between cartouches containing the prenomen of Thothmes III and the title Khd-naset, "Appearing in Thebes"; above is a winged disk, and below is the sign for " gold." The back is elaborately treated, and plant-sprays are cut upon the el>'trae. XVIIIth d)-nast\'. Length, f in. [No. 3S661.]

K

Hemicylinder. On the convex side is inscribed the prea cartouche, between two hatched borders. _^ ^^.On the flat side is a figure of the god Ra, with the uraeated sun-disk abo\c f^- ^ his head, standing, with the /^(W-sceptre in the left hand in the field is the
1121.

Green glazed

steatite

nomen

of

Tfiothmes

III, in

;

ideograph

(.)f

" jjraise,"

0.

XVII Ith

d\'nast}'.

Length,

j^L in.

[No. 2S618.]
1122. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to salmon-red, of l\i:)e A 4. On the is cut a figure of a hawk-headed deitv, standing before the prenomen of Thothmes III. Roughstyle. XVII I th-X I X'th dynasty. Length, y^^ in. Aiidrc^vi Co//ec/!o/i, 1848. [No. 3951.
jgLj*-

base

^^ -^
*"

P^ jL

\

'

\.J_^
«i#'^

1123. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to grej-, of tj'pe G 4, with wing-cases On the base is cut a figure of the god Ra standing before a halfcartouche containing the prenomen of Thothmes III; between them is a tree with branches. XVIIIth-XIXth dynasty. Length, fi in. Petrie Hist. Scarabs, A}idre7us CoUeetioii, 1848. [No. 3952.] 985.

marked.

4^jtf
•'

:

1124. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t\pe G 4. On the base is cut the prenomen of THOTHMES III, upside down, in a demi-cartouche, by the side of a tree (sycamore ?), on the other side of which is a figure of a man, roughly cut. XVIIIth dynast}', or later. Length, [No. 45673-]
1 1

1125-1135]

TIIOTHMES

ill.

Ill

On the back is cut the 1125. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type F 2-D 7. on the base a standing figure of the god Ra-Harmachis, and preiiomeii of TUOTHMES III [Xo. 38720.] Very roughly cut. XlXth dynasty. Length, § in. a seated one of Ptah.
;

1126. Faience Scarab, faded to red and white, of tj'pe 4. of Heru-ur standing before the prenomeii of Thothmes III. Length, \l in. dynast)^ or later (?).

A

On

the base

is

cut a figure

Chipped and worn.

XlXth

[No. 46022.]

1127. Blue faience Scarab, of type 4, on the base of which is cut a figure of the god Heru-ur (HaroerisJ standing before the prenomen of THOTHMES III. XVIIIth-XIXth d)-nast)-. Length, J in. Petrie I//sf. Saiml's, 9^4. Aiidirivs
:

A

Collection, 1848.

'

[No. 3950.]

of

1128. Blue glazed steatite Scarab, of type 3, on the base of which the god Mentu, standing before a half-cartouche containing the
III.

A

is

prenomen

cut a figure of

o

Thothmes

Rude

style.

XVIIIth-XIXth
hemicylindrical

dynasty.

Length, §

in.

[No. 28067.]
1129. Green glazed
the
side
steatite

Plaque.

On

the convex

side

is

incised

prenomen of
is

feathers, also in relief

III, in a label in relief between two iiiadtabove and below a hatched border. On the flat incised a figure of Min, with his usual attributes, before an altar
iiriii'KS,

Thothmes

and an
Length,

above which
Collection,

is

his

name

.

XVI

1 1

th dynasty.

f in.

Hay

1868

[No. 16814.;

^K*.
.i^cv

1130. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type On the base is cut a Hathor3. head, with iiraei, and with the prenomen of Thothmes III in a cartouche, instead of the p)Ioniform headdress. XVIIIth d\-nasty. Length, § in. [No. 4 1 96 1.]
1131.

A

and

Green glazed steatite Scarab, of tj-jje .\ 3. On the base is a Hathor-head, with nmei, between its volute horns, a cartouche containing the prenomen of Thothmes III. [No. 45929.] XVIIIth dynasty. Length, ^-| in.
with,
'

1132. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type

A

3,

coarsely cut.

On the base is cut a cartouche containing the prenomen of Thothmes III (Me\-KHEPEK-R.\), between two kneeling goddes,ses,

who apparently support
-LL in.

it.

Crude work.

XVIIIth

d)-nast}'.

Length,

[No. 41867.]

1133. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type 3, inscribed with III, with the sign for "gold," between two figures of the goddess Hathor, wearing horns and disk, seated on the nel>sign. Ramesside Period (?). Length, h in. [No. 38623.]

A

the

prenomen of Thothmes

pssc^

1134. Blue glazed steatite Scarab, of t>pe 3-4, on the base of which is rudely inscribed the prenomen of THOTHMES III, in a cartouche, between two

A

-x;/>5-.>
''^:^-^^.

hawk-headed
Length,
h in.

solar deities.

Rough work;

thick glaze.

XVIIIth dynasty

(?).

[No. 28810.]

On 1135. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type 4. the prothorax is cut a disk between two lilies turned outwards. On the base is a /"tV-pillar, on which stand two disked hawks, between squatting figures of Ptah and Sekhet below is the prenomen of Thothmes III, rudely cut, in a cartouche between two disked i)<?birds, facing outwards. XlXth dynasty, or later. Length, | in. [No. 48690.]
;

A

112

CATALOGUE OF SCARABS,

CVLINr)f:R-SEALS, ETC.

[1136-1144
the base
is

figure of the

1136. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to grey, of type A 4-M. god Ptah, seated before a cartouche containinu' the
III,

On

cut a

nrenomcn of
;

TuOTHMES
dynasty.

above which
is

is

inscribed

^^,

"

Lord of the

Two Lands "

above

^T^^'-

the figure of the god

the sign

"^

of the bull Apis, his sacred animal.

XLXth

^^'^jj

Length,

^

in.

[Xo. 16809.]

"^^^

1137. Blue-green glazed steatite Scarab, of t\-pe A-3, with a broarl base, is cut a figure of the god Ptah, with a crowned urafiis before him, .standing on the neb-sign in front of the prenomen of TiiOTHMES III in a cartouche surmounted b\' a hawk. XlXth dvnast\-. Lens/th, in. [Xo. 32329.J

on which

M

;

-.

•.'?».

1138. Light green glazed steatite hemicslindrical Plaque. On the convex side is inscribed the prenomen of Thothmes III in a cartouche cut in relief, between two viaatfeathers, also in relief below and above is a beaded border; on the flat side is rudely cut a figure of Ptah, seated before the /at, on which perch two solar hawks. XVHIth-XIXth dyna.sty. Length, in. Hay Collection, 1868. [Xo. 16793.]
;

;'

1139. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of t\-pe On the base are cut the solar disk in 3. a papjrus boat, a figure of the hawk of Horus, wearing a crown and with a whip on his back,

A

standing upon

a

support,

beneath which are the
;

o
r"-^^
;

(for

Men-KHE1'KK-Ra,
.

the

prenomen of

Thothmes
(?).

III)

the god Ptah, seated on a throne
J in.'

and the sign ^^z^

XXIst-

XXI Ind

dynasty

Length,

[Xo. 37823.]

1140. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of t\-pe A 3, on the base of which are cut figures of the gods Set, Ra, and Mentu, hand in hand, above a half-cartouche containing the prenomen of Thothmes III. Chipped. XlXth d\'nast)-. Length, -j% in. Sams Collection, lilA,. [Xo, 361 .]

Scarab, faded to grey, of type J i. On the base is and a standing figure of a hawk-headed deity with the upon his head apparently a compound of Horus anrl Set, or a hawk-headed latter god. XVIIIth dynasty, or later. Length, y'^ in.
1141.

Glazed
;

.steatite

nomen

of

Thothmes

III

cut the preears of Set form of the

[No. 38768.]

1142. Light green hard composition Scarab, of t\'pe .A 4, on the base of w hich cut a figure of the god Set standing before the prenomen of THOTHMES III. XVTIIth d)nast>-. Length, in. Petrie //w/. .S'm;v?/v, 986. [No. 16832.J
is
:

t',
"T|;*^

v^ /bCv

1143. Blue faience Scarab, mounted in a

modern metal
i

ring, of tj-pe

D

7.

On the base is cut a figure of the god Set, standing before the prenomen of Thothmes III. Chipped. XlXth djnasty. Length, Hist. in. Petrie
:

Scarabs, 987.

[No. 16830.J

1144. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 3. On the ba.se is cut a w inged god Sutekh, or Set, with pendent arms terminating in uraci. To right and left are solar disks, and below is a cartouche containing the prenomen of
figure of the

Thothmes

III

(Men-khei>er-Ra).

XVTIIth-XIXth

d\nasty.

Length, | in. [N0.41861.]

>/L<^' W--^

^^f

1145-11551

TIIOTIIMES in.

113

1145. Green glazed steatite Plaque, of thick type, with rounded ends. cut a figure of the S}"rian god Sutekh, wearing the high horned cap with streamer, and standing, with arms upraised, between two itraei. On the reverse is inscribed the prenomcn of TllOTllMES III. XVIIIthXlXth dynasty. Length, i in. [Xo. 16771.] 'Presented by'Maj.-Geii. A. IV. H. Meyriek, 1879.
is

On

the obverse
___

1146. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of t\-pe A 3. On the base is rudelj' cut a cartouche containing the prenomen of TnOTllMES III, between two seated below is a horizontal line above a winged scarabaeus. deities (Thoth on the left)
:

..

.'•OvJ

XlXth

dynast)'

(?).

Length, f

in.

[Xo. 45983-]
1147. Blue glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type 6. On the base are rudely cut a seated figure of the god Thoth (above which is a corrupt form of the title Neb-Klieinciinu
"

A

Lord of Hermopolis,"

EE )

'^"'^1

^'^^

prenomen of TllOTllMES
later.

III,

above the
1

«('/7-sign,

and

separated by a J.-'^haped division.
1867.

X\'IIIth d\'nasty, or

Length,
'

in.

"

Blacas CoUeetioii [Xo. 16797.]

1148. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to yellow, of type On the base are roughly cut 3. gods Amen, Thoth (in the form of an ape), and Horus (in the form of a hawk), with the prenomen of Thotiimes III,. Ramesside Period (?). Length, f in. [Xo. 38947.]
figures of the
" Good God, Men1149. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of t\'pe 4, inscribed III), beloved of Thoth, Lord of Khemennu " the god represented b\- a cynocephalous ape. Chipped. XVIIIth dynasty, or later. is Length, -^ in. Andrews Collection, 1848. [Xo. 4017.]

A

A

KHEPER-R.\ (THOTiniES

;

^^
>-•'
.

1150. Blue faience Scarab, of type On the base 3, with deeijl)- cut legs. a figure of the cynocephalus of Thoth, with the lunar disk on his head, seated on the symbol of "gold," nsn, in front of the inscription Good God, Menis
'

A

"_

KHEPER-R.\ (Thothme-S

III)."

XVIIIth dynasty.

Length,

in.

[Xo. 29234.]
1151. Blue faience Scarab, of type

A

3,

inscribed with the
^-

prenomen of

Thothmes

III,

ME\-KnEi'ER-R.\, without cartouche, placed before the Fine colour. XVIIIth dynasty. Length, the «('/'-sign.

figure of a
in.

cynocephalous ape, above
[Xo. 41877-]

1152. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t>'pe G 4, with deeply cut lines. On the base is a cynocephalus, with the lunar disk, adoring the prenomen of Thotiimes III. XVIIIth dynasty, or later. Length, | in. [X'^o. 46994.]
1153. Glazed steatite -Scarab, faded to white, of t}"pe G 4, with triple line between On the base is cut an ape, as in 1152 above and below are «£'/'-signs. XlXth dynast}- (?). Length, § in. [Xo. 45772.]
win<T-cases.
;

figure of

1154. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type G 4. On the base is cut the an ape wearing a disk, with a corrupt form of the prenomen of Thothmes III. Ramesside Period. Length, \ in. [Xo. 38686.]

^^ ^ S^
c

^^Q^^

1155. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to grey, of type On the base is inscribed the 3. III, in a cartouche, between two cynocephalous apes, emblems of Above is a winged solar disk, and below is the ideograph of "heaven," the lunar Thoth. j, beneath which is a winged scarabaeus, with two wr?<?/-feathers issuing from the wings, between two iiraei. Ramesside Period. Length, iJ. in. [Xo. 42358.]

A

prenomen of Thotiimes

.

114

CATALOGUE OF SCARABS,

r^•^,I^'

1

)KR-SKALS, ETC.

ril56-1165
the the
(?).

base

1156. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to \ellow, of type is cut the figure of a cynocephalous ape between the

L-E, with striated legs. On title " Good God, Lord of
III,
....r,.,,
.

Two

Lands,"
J

jT

.,

and the prenomen of

ThoTHMES

XVIIIth dynasty

Length,

in.

2S^

[No. 39094-]
^^'^J'y
if%k:.f^\

1157. Blue glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 3, on the base of which are cut a c\-noce[3halus and a cartouche containing the prenomen of Thothmes III on the i/i'd-sign, and beneath the winged solar disk. XlXth dj-nasty, or later. [No. 29993.] Length, g in. 1158. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t}'pe XVIIIth dynasty, or later. Length, | in.

''^^'

2.'.^,'

A

3,

inscription as 1157.

with the same design and [No. 38617.]
^
ifiC

the

1159. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t\"pe 3-4, inscribed with III, accompanied b)' a seated figure of the goddess Maat, with the sun-disk above and the «t7^-sign below. XVIIIth-XIXth d)-nasty. Length, g in. [No. 38618.]

A

prenomen of TllOTHMES

O

O
This design

may be

intended to represent

tlie
;

prenomen of Amenhetep
not certain.'

III

by the

side of that of

Thothmes

III

Ixit this is

XVIIIth-XIXth

1160. Blue faience Scarab, of type M, coarsel}' made, inscribed as 1159. dynasty. Length, i^ in. A/idrcws Co/lectio//, 1848. [No. 3957.]

colour.

1161. Purple (?) glazed steatite Scarab, of t}'pe On the base is cut a figure of a goddess

A

8,

(Maat

faded to light coff'eebefore a ?) seated

©

cartouche containing the prenomen of TiiOTIIMES III, as before. XVIIIth-XIXth dynasty. Length, g in. [No. 16766.] Presented by Major-Geu. A. 11'. If. Meyriek, 1S79.
1162. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of as 1159. Rough work chipped. XlXth d\-nast\'.
;

tx-jie

A

3-4, with design
J:

and inscription
[No. 42750.]
)\yf~^.

Length,
base
is

in.

winged sun seems
Length, §
in.

1163. Blue faience Scarab, of type 7. to be confused with o—*.

A

The

inscribed as 1159, but the

Chipped

at sides.

XlXth

d)'iiast\-.

p"^^
Ki^^^ -•^'

UAthanasi

Collection, 1837.

[No. 3958.]
1164. Glazed steatite round-topped Plaque, with back in form of faded to white. On the flat side is cut a figure of Maat, seated before a cartouche containing the prenomen of TllOTHMES III, beneath a winged sun, with itmei. XlXth dynasty (?). Length, \\ in.
fish,

^

a

[No. 15702.]

'

1165. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t)-pe On the base is 5. inscribed "Live the Good God, Men-kiiei'ER-R.\ (Thothmes III)," by the side of a figure of Maat, above a «i'/'. Chipped. XlXth dynasty, or later. Length, i^ in.

A

fJ1
o

[No. 46965.]

1166-1176]

THOTHMES

III.

115

prenomen of THOTIIMICS

1166. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to yellow, of t}-pe L i, inscribed with the III, in a cartouche, before which kneels a winged figure of Above and below are the lub. XVIIIth-XIXth d)'nasty. the goddess Maat. Length, \ in. [No. 42043.]

1167. Grey steatite Scarab (glaze worn off), of type L i. On the base are roughly cut a winged sphinx, seated, and a heron above each is rudely scratched a cartouche containing the prenomen of Thotiimes III. XVIIItli dynasty. Length, | in. [No. 46440.]
;

.;^v^v

taJ^Ji^^' v/\'*^^*^

1168. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type

A

3,

inscribed with a cartouche,
III,

crowned

b)"

plumes,

containing

the

prenomen of TllOTHMES
Ramesside Period.

the

signs
j-^ in.

v

and

1

the temple of the Bciiiiu protects."

Length,

[No. 38657.]

On the base is 1169. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type 3. cut the prenomen of TllOTHME.S III, in a cartouche, between a Nile-god, kneeling above are a winged scarabaeus and an in adoration, and a bennit-\i\xA (heron)
;

A

1^5*-*?/^

'—

'

'-

'""^

uraeated disk.

XVIIIth-XIXth

dynasty.

Length, |

in.

[No. 45774.]

1170. Glazed steatite rectangular Plaque, faded to white, with convex back, on which is the prenomen of Thothmes III, in a cartouche, surmounted by the (?/(;/"-plumes, all within On the flat base is a vulture flying, with wings outstretched over the a hatched border. symbols of "life" and "truth," on either side of a scarabaeus. Before XXVIth dynasty.

Length, %

in.

[No. 4891

i.j

1171. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of type On the base is the prenomen 4. of TllOTHMES III, in a demi-cartouche, between two W(?(F/-feathers beneath a protecting XlXth d>'nast}'. Length, ^- in. [No. 46816.] vulture very rudely cut.
;

A

name and titles of TllOTHMES III, with in. XVIIIth dynasty, or later. Length,

1172. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type a protecting hawk

A

3,

rudely inscribed with the
;«(?rt/-feather.

and

Chipiied.

W

[No. 45842.]

On the base or obverse is 1173. Glazed steatite rectangular Plaque, faded to white. rudely cut the prenomen of Thothmes III, in (^ Nj a cartouche, from which issue two uraei, is cut, in relief, a cartouche containing with an tiraens above. On the back or reverse with the wc?r?/-feather on one side of it. the prenomen of Thothmes III, in the form [No. 48909.] XVIIIth dynasty (?). Length, | in.
,

1174. Glazed steatite rectangular Plaque, faded to yellow, with slightly convex back, on which are cut, in relief, a cartouche containing the prenomen of Thothmes III, incised, and a ;;/c?^f/-feather. On the base is the same prenomen, roughly cut, separated by a vertical line from an uncertain object, "^^£ij> iS .SiSs* XVIIIth dynasty (.''). Length, \ in. possibly a winged uraeus.

[No. 45330-]
1175. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of t}'pe 5, with legs roughly blocked out. the irrcgularh'-shaped base is inscribed the prenomen of THOTH^^•;s 1 1 1, above two Uncertain date Ramesuncertain signs, from which it is separated by two lines. Length, J- in. [No. 28022.] side Period, or later.
;

A

On

1176. Green faience Scarab, well cut, of t)'pe A 5, inscribed with a modification of the tii^ prenomen of Thothmes III, between two Red Crowns reversed. „ ^

XXIst-XXnd

dynasty

(?).

Length,

-f-

m.

[No. 28084.]

A ^Cl

^

i

P 2


ii6
1177. Green

CATALOGUE OF SCARABS, CYLINDER-SEALS,
t^lazecl

ETC.

11177 1186

TjioTUMES
reversed.

III,

in

Chipped.

slcatite Scarab, of type .V 3-4, inscribed with the prenomen of a cartouche, between tw > Red Crowns, ^ r XVI I Ith dynasty. Length, in. JL ^ -^ 'il^v [No. 3986.] f\ 'g /S ° .-if^

iO^
,

1178. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t)-pe L 5, inscribed with the Thothmes III, between two crowns of Lower Egypt (Red Crowns). ' XVII Ith dynast}'. Length, in. [No. 38691.]

(.

®

prenomen of

N/

'^

;:

^

^

\2

1179. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t\-pe 5, the base is inscribed the prenomen of TllOTllMES III, surrounded by iitchats, crowns of Lower Egypt, the signs ka and "fertility," etc., cut in archaizing style. About XXVth dvnastv.

D

with very large perforation.
in

On

a

cartouche,

natch, signifying

Length, "f in. [No. \67-j'^:\
1879.

as^^y
^^f^.. A"^- -*:-•-is

^>^^*^\

Presented by Maj.-Gen. A.
1180. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded
to

IV.

H. Meyrick,

brown, of type

A

3

On

the base

cut the
thL

prenomen of TllOTllMES
of "hfe" {dnkli), with
or later.
1181.
utchats.

III,

between a winged disk and the group

V 'V V
XVI
I

human

hands, holding two crowns of

Lower Egypt.

Length,

| in.

Ith dynasty, [No. 39653'.]

Elaborate.

steatite Scarab, faded to reddish-grey, of type G i. Inscribed with the prenomen of Tiiotiimes III, between two (The legs of this scarab are represented b)- a rope band.) XVI I Ith

Glazed

=S ^_

dynasty.

Length,

| in.

[No. 38643.]

1182. Blue glazed steatite Scarab, of type On the base is in3. scribed the prenomen of TiioTHMES III, in a label, between two groups of an ?//f/M/ between conventionalized s\-mbols of " life." XVIIIth d}masty.

G

—[o
^^^g

C^
cj^
is

Length, |

in.

[No. 28522.]

—}o

^^

1183. Blue glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t\-pe
the

A

3.

On

the base

inscribed
^-^^r-

prenomen of TliOTHMES III, in a cartouche, above the ideograph of "gold," and between two nrnei, the tails of which end in three broken spiral \-olutes, on
either side of the cartouche.

[^^%A
V^-i'^^'

XVIIIth

d\-nasty.

Length, §

in.

[No. 27070.]

^-

-^

1184. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of t)-pe G 4, inscribed with the prenomen of TiioTHMES III, in a base-less cartouche, between two double volutes. XlXth dynasty, or later. Leneth, in. [No. 47076.]
-5

sides.

1185. Light green glazed steatite rectangular Plaque, with a deep line round the narrow On each broad side are two panels, with, in the upper,

(resp.

lower) the prenomen of

Thothmes

III,

o

i""^

^,

and in the lower (resp. upper) a double volute in relief on XlXth dynasty (.?). | in. by \Sr in. a sunk ground.
[No. 45359.]

52^^^^>

<^
is

1186. Glazed steatite Plaque, with rounded ends, faded to gre\-. On the obverse scribed the prenomen of TiiOTHMES III (Men-KHEPER-R.^), with the feathers of Maat above it, between two volutes. On the reverse are the ideographs of <5~-n^ " di\'init}'," " protection," " lordship," and the titchat, arranged symmetricallw oTTTrni

in

XVIIIth dynasty.

Length, f

in.

'

\)\Y
'ZUL^

o

[No. 38608.]

1187-1197]

TIIOTHMKS

III.

ll/

1187. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to grey, of type cut a cartouche with an unicus at each end, in which of Thothmes III, between two double-vohite spiral
is

G
is

2, on the base of which inscribed the prenomen

lines.

XVIIIth dynasty.
[No. 42488.]

Length,

J in.

1188. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to grey, of type L i, inscribed with the prenomen of III, in a cartouche, upon the sign ^zz:^, surrounded by a spiral border of two XVIIIth dynasty. Length, y'^ in. volutes, with the winged sun -^=^/^=^ above. [No. 38646.]

Thothmes

1189. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of type Thothmes III, Men-KHEPEK-Ra, within XVIIIth dynasty. Length, i in.

A
a

t,-6,

prenomen of

broken

inscribed with the spiral border.

^S^\
CTJWti^'

[No. 39363.]

:,s^^

1190. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to grey, of type

C

2,

inscribed with the jM-enomen

of

Thothmes

III,

<g5-

{sk),

within a broken

ineandcr border, between

the

signs

"North," and ^^37.

XVIIIth dynasty

(early part of reign).

Length,

^'^

in.

[No. 42918.]
•>>'<^

On the base is cut 1191. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type 4. the prenomen of Thothmes III, between two figures of bound prisoners; below is the sign '^zzy and above is a lily with two volutes. Rough work, and chipped
,

A

S*~^
^il.ft.
\f -X^

at sides.

Ramesside Period, or

later.

Length,

\}r in.

[No. 38631.]

N^y'

(^

1192. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type N i. On the base is the prenomen After XVIIIth dynasty. III, in a cartouche, between two lily-coil patterns. [No. 45920.] Length, J in.
of

Thothmes

thick glaze. 1193. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type On the 3, with oval base base is inscribed the prenomen of Thothmes III, in a cartouche, placed transversely above in. Andrczus Collectuvi, XVIIIth dynast)'. Length, a vase, from which hang two lilies. [No. 3984.] 1848.
;

A

-p-'ij

1194. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t)-pe On the base is 3-4. It is placed a cartouche containing the prenomen of Thothmes III, roughly cut. upon the sign -:=7, and has papyrus or lil\'-flowers and buds springing from its top

A

|[jL|*l

and hanging round

it.

XVIIIth dynasty.

Length, f

in.

1^

[No. 38639.]

W*i

is

On the base 1195. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to grey, of type L-G 2, roughly cut. rudely inscribed the prenomen of Thothmes III, on a label, with two recurved lilies above
[J

and the name of Amen-Ra, written

-^j^

I),

below.

Ramesside Period.

Length, i\

in.

[No. 46751.]
1196. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to grey, of type 2, with elaborately cut head and wing-cases not marked. On the base are
;

D

two plant-sprays incised on the back
cut a
lily,

hawk with

the sign

1

before

him and

five lilies (?)

behind him.

Below

is

a large

or papyrus-flower, on a long curved stalk, enfolding the signs

O

I,

a smaller

flower,

and part of the prenomen of
\ in.

Thothmes

III, V

(.svV).

Ramesside Period.
[No. 42207.]

Length,

^—^

1197. Glazed steatite Scarab, of type
of

Thothmes

III,

XVIIIth dynasty.

between two Length, | in.

A 2, faded to yellow. On the base is the prenomen Chipped. papyrus-buds on stalks drooping outwards. [No. 45999-]

ii8

CATALOGUE OF SCARAHS, (;VLINDER-SEALS,

ETC.

[1198 1209

1198. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to yellow, of type G 2. On the base is cut the prenomen of TllOTHMES III, in a cartouche, between two papyrus-plants. XVI I Ith dynasty. Length, g in.

A^/^^^

^-^^

[No. 38637.]
1199. Green glazed steatite Scarab, faded to grey, of type G 2, inscribed with the prenomen of Thothmes III, between two papyrus-plants. Back chipped. XVIlIth-

XlXth

dynasty.

Length,

|:

in.

[No. 47033.]

of Tiiotfimes

1200. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t}'pe G 2, inscribed with the prenomen III, in a label between two papyrus-plants. XVIIIth-XIXth dynasty. Length, g in. [No. 46987.]

1201. Green glazed Scarab, of type 3-4, inscribed with two cartouches, each containing the prenomen of TilOTH.ME.S III. Between them is an elongated papyrusplant
5j/
,

A

symbolicof the North, and, below, the sign of
Length,
v'fv

"

lordship," ^^:7.

XVIIIth

dynasty.

in.

[No. 39524.]

1202. Blue faience Scarab, of t}'pe i, flat. On the base is inscribed the prenomen of Thoth.MES III, in a cartouche, between two geometrical borders, forming a cross. XVIIIth-XIXth dynasty. Length, i|-in.
[No. 16822.]

H

of

TllOTHMES

1203. Glazed steatite .Scarab, faded to white, of tyjie G 4. On the base is the prenomen III, in a cruciform design. XVIIIth-XIXth dynasty. Length, J in. [No. 45637.]

1204. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of

t^-jie

G

2.

On

prenomen of TllOTHMES

III,
in.

in

the centre of a cruciform

design.

XIXth

dynasty.

Length, f

the base is cut the Chipped. XVIIIth[No. 45873.]

1205. Green glazed steatite Cowroid, with plain back, on irregularly cruciform object, striated, on an altar-shaped stand.
;

which

On

is cut an the base is

the prenomen of TllOTHMES III, in a rectangular label, between two winged suns very roughh' cut. XVIIIth-XIXth d\'nasty. Length, | in. [No. 45968.]

1206. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type G 2, with the lower edge of the upper incised line striated. On the base is the prenomen of Thothmes III, separated b)- two hatched lines from i/nifi on wf/^-signs. XVI I Ith d>-nasty (?). Length, j^ in. [No. 45865.]
of

1207. Light green glazed steatite Scarab, of type G 4, inscribed wi th the prenomen III, roughly cut, within a hatched border (degenerated necklace design) [No. 48695.] XVIIIth dynasty (?). Length, | in.

Thothmes

prenomen of TllOTHMES

1208. Blue glazed steatite Scarab, faded to i\ory-white, of type G 2, inscribed with the III, within a hatched border. Ramesside Period. Length, J in. [No. 46896.]

1209. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to type 2-G i. with elaborate!}' crosshatched border below the head. On the base

K

is

cut the

prenomen of TllOTHMES

III in a

rude oval within a hatched border. XlXth dynasty (?). Length, ^ in. [No. 45798.]

1210-1221]

TIIOTHMKS

III.

119

1210. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to grey, of type Much chipped. scribed with the prenomen of Thothmes III.

A

3,

roughly

cut,

in-

o 1

Ramesside Period.
[No. 45816.]
I

Length, ft

in.

1211. Light

Thothmes

III.

blue faience Scarab, of type Length, I Xth dynasty.

A
in.

3,

inscribed with the

prenomen of
[No. 47051.]

o

X

-j''„

1212. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to grey, of type 8, roughly cut, inscribed the scarabaeus sign is with a garbled form of the prenomen of Thothmes III Ramesside Period. apparently winged, and around the signs Q^ are three scallops. '^^^^ [No. 4120.] Length, in. Phillips Collection, \'?.i-].
;
^

A

O

^

1213. Green faience Scarab, of type C i. On the base of Thothmes III, in a cartouche, surrounded b}- four dynasty. Length, -^-^ in.

is

cut the

;/('/'-signs.

prenomen XVIIIth

G

[No. 28183.]

.'ith

1214. Blue-green glazed steatite Cowroid, plain, with circular base, inscribed the prenomen of ThoTHMES III. Chipped. XVIIIth dynasty. Diameter, | in. [No. 46569.]

.

G

(

^

1215. Glazed steatite Plaque, faded to gre}*, with rounded top. On one is cut the figure of a squatting ape in high relief; on the other side is incised the prenomen of Thothmes III, in a cartouche, between two iiiaatfeathers, beneath a modification of the winged sun design resembling three XlXth dynasty, or later. Length, nebs, and above the ideograph of "gold." [No. 168 16.] Blacas Collection, 1867. in.
side

^

G

^

fw^

1216. Blue-green glazed steatite Scarab, of type G 4, with wingcases marked. the base is inscribed the prenomen of THOTHMES III, with the wc/'-sign. Slightly chipped. XVIIIth dynasty. Length, \ in. [No. 28788.]

On

t

'(>ml ''-•

««^

On

1217. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type 3, with head and back elaborately cut the base is inscribed the prenomen of THOTHMES III, in a cartouche, placed transversely

A

above the signs

XVIIIth dynasty.

Length, \

in.

[No. 28649.]

1218. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to grey, of type 3, rudely inscribed with the prenomen of THOTHMES III, the neb-i\'g\\ etc. Ramesside Period. Length, f in. [No. 4056.]

A

CIS

1219. Light green glazed Scaraboid, on the back of which is cut a seated ape, in relief, with his hands to his mouth. On the base is the prenomen of THOTHMES III. End of XVIIIth dynastyf?). Lenj;jth. [No. 27776:\

1220. Green glazed Scarab, of type
with the

prenomen of
(?).

THOTHMES
y^.^

III,

XVIIIth dynasty

Length,

in.

with legs roughly blocked out, inscribed Chipped. the same style as 1219. Anastasi Collection, 1839. [No. 4058.]
5,

A

in

1221. Light

blue

faience

Scarab,

of

type

L

2,

inscribed

ThotHxMES in,

in the style of 1219.

XVIIIth dynasty

(?).

with the Length, \ in.

prenomen of
[x\o. 28798.]

^
CATALOGUE OF
1222. Blue faience Scaraboid. «^(^-sign, with his hands to

I30

SCAKAI'.S,

CVLINDER-SEALS, ETC.

[1222-1231

On
his

upon the
ape.

mouth

the back is cut, in relief, a fii^ure of an ape seated before him is a second, smaller, figure of an
;

On

the base

is

inscribed the
in.

prenomen of

Thothmes
1?,^$.

III,

with a w^w/-feather, [No. 3586.]

yi

I

_.

X

I

Xth dynasty.
1223. Green

Length, |i
faience

Salt Collection,

^
|

|I5

Scaraboid.
is

On

the

back

is

a seated ape, in

relief
.......^

holding a
.

cartouche

(?),

and on the base
Length, \\
in.

inscribed the

prenomen of TllOTHMES

III,

XlXth

dynasty

(?).

Millingen Collection, 1847.

|S
[No. 4047.]

1224. Glazed steatite
lunar disk on
its

Thothmes

III.

X

Scaraboid, faded to brown, with a c\-nocephalus, having the On the base is the prenomen of head, cut in high relief on the back. Length, ijin. I Xth dynasty, or later (?). [No. 45870.]
relief,
^.

1225. Blue faience Scaraboid. On the back is cut, in an ape seated upon the ncb-^x'gxx, and on the base is inscribed XlXth dynasty. Length, the prenomen of Thothme.s III. Andreivs Collection, 184S. \ in.
[No. 4037.]

q
r^^^-^

^
-

1226. Blue-green faience rectangular Plaque, with one side convex, on which is cut, in relief, the prenomen of Thothmes III, between two iiraei ; above and below is a beaded band. On the flat side is
inscribed
.

"•J^-n.tn

U^J\
'^^i^
I

s^-i^^L'^

X\T

I

Ith

dynasty

(?).

Length, |i

in.

[No. 4019.]

^

,^

'Si-^i

1227. Blue faience Stamp, with ribbed back, inscribed with a corrupt form of the prenomen of Thothmes III, Ramesside reading "Gift of MEN-KHErER-R.\ " (.?). Period (?). Length, \\ in. Phillips Collection, 1837.

O

'—

-Q

[No. 3590.]

jasper Seal-Amulet, with pyramidal of the back are curved in towards On the the ape.x, making the back to resemble the figure 8. base, which is in the form of a cartouche, is roughly cut the prenomen of Thothmes III. Uncertain date. -fJ^ in. by | in.

1228. Coarse through the apex.

green

back,

pierced

transversely

The

siclcs

[No. 453/0.]

1229. Green faience Scarab, of t\-pe D 7, inscribed with the prenomen of THOTHMES III, within a hatched border. Ramesside Period
(?).

Length,

i

in.

And/vzos

Collection, 1848.

[No. 4045.]

1230. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of type 3, inscribed with the of Thotii.MES III, within a rope border. Chipped. I Xth dynasty (?). Length,

A

prenomen
i;

X

in.

[No. 471
1231. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of t\'pe G 4, inscribed with the THOTHMES III, badly cut. After XlXth d\-nastv. Length, in. '[Xo."46i69.]
.',

10.]

.

r^^-^
\]

prenomen of

(1

^o2e^^

'

^

'

'

1232 1243]

THUTIIMES

III.

121

vvitli

1232. Dark blue faience Scarab, of type A, very rudely cut, inscribed -^^^ Ramesside Period. Length, -^^ in. '— tlie prenomen of TiiOTll.MES III. [No. 78 1/.] Presented by Mcrjor-Gen. A. IV. H. Meyrick, i<S79.
1

^

1233. Green glazed prenomen of Thothmes
^V
in.

.steatite

Scarab,

of type

G

4,

inscribed

III.

From Thebes.

Ramesside Period.

with the Length, [No. 16762.]

J^^ ——

SB

Bequcatlied by the Hon. Sir IV. Temple, 1856.

Ramesside Period.

1234. Pale blue glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type Length, -^y, "''

G

4,

inscribed as 1233.

[No. 46358.]
1i*5\
s*****"
.'-^^R,:-;

1235. Green faience Scarab, of type A 3, mounted in its original gold setting stamped with a beaded line, and inscribed as 1233. XlXth Length, --rr in. D'Athanasi Colleetion, 18^7. clynastv. J o'l(( * [No. 4042.]
^

-^
^r7..,--l
''

-J /

'^
j^J-J

-

ij^ "" —

1236. Blue glazed steatite .Scarab, of type H 2, clumsily formed, with high rounded back, on which is inscribed "Good God, Mi:n-KHEPER-Ra (Thoihme.S III)" on the base is the [No. 27009.] same inscription as 1233. Ramesside Period. Length, § in.
;

1237. Blue-green glazed steatite Cowroid, with hatched border on back on the ba.se is inscribed the prenomen of Thothmes III, with the neb-si'^n. XVI I Ith dynasty. Length, in. [No. 27792.]
;

Q
'-—

>

4^
"^=^

^^^

\J

relief;

1238. Dark blue faience Scaraboid, with back in the form of a negro's head in high The base is rudely in,scribed as 1237. XlXth dynasty, or later. Length, i in. flat. [No. 45788.] 1239. Blue faience Scaraboid, with the back
in the

form of a negro's head, as before.
.

On

the base

is

cut the

prenomen of TllOTllMES

III,

c::^

XlXth

dynasty.

Length, f

in.

[No. 41864.]

1240. Green faience Negro-head Scaraboid, as before.
base are roughly cut the figure of a

On
~

the

man

holding the sign of

" life "

and the prenomen of ThuTHMES

III.

Ramesside Period. Length,

| in.

[No.' 38571.]

base

1241. Bright green faience Negro-head Scaraboid. On the is inscribed Rd-klieper (for [Men]-KIIEPER-Ra ?) between two
[1

;«(?(?/- feathers,

1^

[)

Ramesside Period

(?).

Length,

| in.

[No. 30629.]

1242. Blue faience Scarab, of t\-pe L between two W(?rt/-feathers. Coarse work.

i,

XV 11 Ith

inscribed with the prenomen of THOTHMES III, dj'nasty (?). Length, \ in.

[No. 42305.]

the

1243. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to rcddish-gre\-, of prenomen of THOTHMES III, and two wr?rt/-feathers. Length, | in. Millingeii Collcetion, 1847. Period.

t}-pe

A

4,

inscribed with

jQj
i-^'^.^
Vl

Chipped.

Ramesside
[No. 3976.]

fc) f?

^ ?? P

Q

\

122

CATALOGL'K OF SCAKAIiS, CVI.IXl )KK-SKAI,S,

ICTC.

11244 1255

1244. Glazed steatite rectangular I'Luiuc, faded to white, inscribed on one side with the prenomen of TlIOTHMES III between two w^wZ-feathers, and on the other witli tlie utcliat and the Red Crown (much modified). Rough work. Ramesside i'eriod. Length, ^'tt '"• [^'"-4301 5-]

^£V
^^^

M

^ 'wr

[\

XlXth

1245. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, d\-nasty, or later. Length, in.
?,

of

t_\|)e '

G

4,

flat,

inscribed

^^^^—^

[Xo. 46265.]

QwR'

1246. Blue-green glazed steatite Scarab, of type
is

L

2,

parth' discoloured.
'[

On

the base

prenomen of Tiiothmk.s III, in a cartouche, between two and two //(-/('r-signs (one reversed). Ramesside Period. Length, in.
rudel)' cut the

W(?(?/-feathers

[Xo. 46283.]

Kingdom.

1247. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded in. Length,
j;

to

wliite,

of ty[)e

A

3,

inscribed

Vl'—-'i7t

Xcw

[Xo. 39779-]

^

«P
(?^.

1248. Light blue faience Scarab, of Length, V'nj in!

t\'pe '

M

i,

inscribed

(1
\l

fl

w Y
1/

R<iniesside Period

t] |l?

[Xo. 46288.] with
the
(?).

1249. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of tj'pc III and a WfrJ/'-feathcr, above the Length, f^^ in. Phillips Collection, 1S37.

A

4,

inscribed

O

prenomen of TikiThmes

;/<'/;.

XlXth

d\-nast\-

[No. 3981.]

1250. Blue glazed steatite Scarab, of t\-pe A 4-G 3, inscribed with the ]jrenomen of TllOTllMES III and a //M(?/-feather. Much worn. From Asyi'it (British Museum excavations), 1907. Ramesside Period. Length, l^. '"• [No. 4659S.]
1251. Green glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of t\pe dyna.sty (?). Length, in.
'
},

G

A

3,

inscribed as 1250.

XVIIIth

[Xo. 46280.]

1252. Glazed Ramesside Period.

steatite Scarab, faded to gre)-, of t}'pe

Length,

~

in.

A, rudel\' cut, inscribed as 1250. [Xo. 47185.]

1253. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded

to white, of type

G

4,

inscribed
,',

with

the

|?.

prenomen of THOTnME.S

III.

About XI Xth

dynast)-

(?).

Length,

in.

6^
[No. 46554.]

\^\

SIC

inscribed with the
"

1254. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to gre\-, of tj'pe F 3. name of the god Ptah (twice), and the words Ma}- Mkx-KHEPER-Ra (TlIOTHMES III) protect!" (the sign
i.s

1/

§ " ^ ^ ^ Vi O (Q n

¥

confused with

¥-).

XlXth-XXth

d}-na.sty.

Length,

J in.

u^^

W/

For the development of the signs \/

ft

Vs

>

coinnion as a border at lop and bottom in

tlie

lime of
date

Rameses II, <;/" tlic following, of which 1258 shows the final complete degeneration of the design. is shown by 2191, 2192 of this Catalogue (y. c/.), which bear the name of Rameses II. C/. No. 36267. 2338 is possibly of Rameses III.

The

also Cairo

1255. Glazed steatite Scarab of type F 3-K, roughly cut. On the base are inscribed the narne of the god Ptah (twice), and that of " Men-KHEPER-R.\ (TlIOTHMES III) [as] a protection." Glaze worn off. Ramesside Period.

=.
O
c;;^
-"

Length,

f in.

[Xo. 42926.]

1256 1264]

TUOTIIMKS

III.

1256. Blue-green glazed steatite Scarab, of type

D 5-G

2,

with legs roughly blocked out.

prenomen of Thotiimls III, in a transverse label, between two borders, derived from the name of the god Ptah, or the sign V, "protection": the whole surrounded by a hatched border. XlXth d>'nasty, or later. Length, y'jr in.
base
is

On the

inscribed the

U Athaiiasi
"

Collection, 1837.

[No. 16742.]

1257. Glazed steatite Scarab, of type

F i-G

2,

faded to brown.

On

the base

is

inscribed

Beloved of Men-KHEI'EK-RA,"

^^
.

Q

|, between

two borders with design developed from
dsmasty.

the

name

of Ptah

y

Rough work.

XlXth-XXth

Length,

| in.

[J

[No. 4194.]

1258. Glazed steatite Cowroid, faded to grey, with a hatched line round the sides and a cross-hatched ornamentation at one end. On the base is the prenomen of Thothmes III,

between two borders, of the

t}'pe

(lax

1

1)

derived from the

name

of Ptah

|

fi

1.

XlXth-

XXth

dynasty.

Length,
is

-|i in.
in

[No. 46802.]

Scarabs of the XI.\th-X.\th dynasty, is a curious example of degeneralines. Cf. zxi example in the Cairo Museum of Rameses II (No. 36267 of Newberry's Catalogue) for the degeneration in process.

This border, which

common

tion of hieroglyphs into

mere decorative

1259. Glazed steatite Scarab, of type

L

4.

On

the base

is

inscribed the

\

D

prenomen of TllOTilMES III, in a cartouche, between two ;//r?(7/-fcathers, below the name of the god Ptah with uraei. The glaze has been entirely worn off. XlXth-XXth dynasty (Delta style). Length, | in. [No. 3972.]

ilfP

1260. Blue glazed steatite Scarab, partly faded to white, of t\'pe On the base are 4. the name of Amen-Ra, corruptl}- written, and the prenomen of TiiOTHMES III, in a cartouche, between two «f/'-signs. Chipped. XXth-XX I Ind dynasty (?). Length, | in.
[No. 46915.]
1261. Blue glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type
fault)'

A

G

i,

inscribed

(1

'^ ^AAwvK,

(SIC),

a

form

of
(

the

name
jg |.

of

i\men-Ra, with the ]jrenomen of TllOTllMES
:

III,
^

Men-

KIIK1'ER-Ra, \,

o O t^^

New Kingdom

after the

XVIIIth dynasty.

Length,

in.

[No. 40321.]

1262. Glazed steatite rectangular Plaque, faded to brown. On the obverse is inscribed " Ment[u] as a protection." On the reverse is the prenomen of TliOTHME.S III, with a large /«r?rt^feather. Nacreous glaze. XXth-XX I Ind dynasty. Length, g- in.
[No. 46769.]

^—^_

^
vx

-^

1263. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of t)-pe A 3, inscribed with two lines of hierogl_\'phs, containing the names of Horus, Ra, Bast, XXIInd-XXVIth dynasty. part of the royal name Men-K1IE['EK-[Ra], etc. [No. 42932.] Length, j in.
1264. Glazed steatite Plaque, faded to brown, with a single line round the sides, and convex back, on which is cut the prenomen of Thothmks III, in a plumed cartouche, within a beaded border. On the base are magical figures a human-headed ape with feathers, a hippopotanius head, a crocodile, in. by \% in. and an open human hand. XlXth-XXIInd dynasty. [No. 45342.]
:

^I
o
%y\\

O O

W

3

'

^

124

CATALOGUK OT

SCAKAI'.S, C'VLIN'DKK-SKAl.S, KTC.

[1265-1276

base

1265. Blue glazed steatite Scarab, faded to wliite, of txpe A 4. On the is a crocodile-headed figure (Sebek) i<neeh'ng on one knee and raising one hand towards a cartouche containing tlie prenomen of TuoTliMlis III: below is a crocodile. in. Chijjpcd. Ramcsside Period. Length,
i

-(^^St-.s

/r^^f^
lff^*> tJ ^ ' ••^
.

\

[Xo. 46159.1
C/.

J5jj^,.
x

Newberry, Ca/.

Gi'/i. dii

Miisrc

dii

Cairc

:

Scarab-shaped Seals, 361

11.

/

1266. Blue glazed steatite Scarab, faded to ivorj'-white, of t\'])e A 3-4. On the base is a male figure kneeling in adoration before a cartouche containing the prenomen beneath is a crocodile. XlXth dvnastv, or later. Length, i] in. of ThoTHMES III [Xo. 45742.]
;

o ^^

_
-^
\

1267. Green glazed
of

steatite Scarab, of t\-pe

A

3,

inscribed with the
a crocodile.

prenomen

._^gi^
(

ThOTHME.s

III, in a cartouche, a pap)-rus-plant
j'-'fT

W^, and

XMIIth

/;•

d\'nast\'.

Length,

in.

[Xo. 41943.]

^— ^"

1268. Glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 3, faded to white on exposed surface and brown on sunk surface, inscribed with the prenomen of TnoTiiME."^ Ill, g '— M. above a crocodile. XlXth-XXth dynasty. Length, /^y in. [Xo. 47175.]

1269. Green glazed steatite Scarab, faded to grev, of
with a disk
(^)

t}'pe

A

8.

On
ot

the base

is

a crocodile,

O
before him, over a cartouche containing the

prenomen
in.

TllOTHMES

III,

r"-^

Head broken

off

XlXth

d\-nast\-, or later.

Length,

|

f;

[Xo. 46927.]

^

1270. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of type A 3. On the ba.se are a crocodile, with a disk, and a cartouche containing the prenomen of TllOTll.MES III, as before. The tail of the crocodile is confused with a ueb. XlXth d\-nast\-. Length, in. [Xo. 45984.]
j;

1271. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of t}-pe exaggerated perforation-ends). On the base is rude!)' cut Ramesside Period. Length, J in.

A

4-I\I

(unusual,

flat,

with

tiie

same design

as

1269.

[Xo. 46743.]

1272. Glazed
;

steatite

.Scarab,

cut elaborately marked. replaced by a «^^/--sign.

On the base XlXth-XXth

faded to grej-, of type A-L 4, w ith \\ ing-cases rouglily is the same design as the foregoing, with the disk d}-nasty. [Xo. 46543.] Length, \\ in.
tj'pe

1273. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of
design as 1272
;

A

3.

On

the base
{:

is

the

same

the ro\-al

name

is si^elt

tii^

XlXth

dynast}-.

Length,

in.

[No. 46937.]

1274. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white; aclunis)- imitation of the elaborate t\-pe E, with legs indicated as in L 4. The prothorax is decorated with incised volutes. On the base is the .same design as 1272. Length, \\. in. [No. 33908.] Kame.sside Period.

1275. Bhie glazed steatite Cowroid, faded to grey, of naturalistic type, with a beadeil border dow n the middle of the back. On the base is the .same design as 1272 the
^..!T.'..^
;

ro)-al

name

is

spelt

(m

.

Ramessitle Period.

Length,

}

;;

in.

[Xo. 46803.]

1276. Glazed steatite Scarab, of type

A

3,

faded to

3'ell(jw.

On

the base

is

the fored}-nasty.

going design
Length, yV

;

for the .symbol

T

are substituted the signs

o

|.

Chipped.

XlXth

in-

[No. 47170.]

1277-1285]

THOTIIMES

in.

125

1277. Glazed steatite rectangular Plaque, faded to white, with convex back, on which is cut a figure of Mafit, within a hatched border. On the base i.s the prenomen of Thothmks III,
in a cartouche,

with a crocodile and the signs

in

the

field.

XlXth

dynasty.

Length,

J

in.

[No. 46792.]

1278. Glazed steatite rectangular Plaque, faded to white, with convex back, on which prenomen of TuOTllMES III, in a cartouche, surmounted by plumes, within a hatched border. On the base is the same prenomen, with a crocodile, as on the foregoing scarabs. XlXth dynasty. Length, j"^ in. [No. 46784.]
is

rudel)' cut the

1279. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of unusual type, modified from A 6, with sharply depressed head and very prominent perforation ends. On the base is the prenomen of
Thotii.ME.s
III, in a

demi-cartouche ^^^ \
it
:

o

,

with two uncertain animals (lion and crocodile?),
scene.

and

a

man

before
(/.

a

hunting

^

y\

Cut

in a
in.

rude style

common

under the

XlXth

d}'nasty;

1117-1118.

XlXth

dynasty.

Length, f

[No. 468 10.]

1280. Green glazed steatite .Scarab, faded to brown and white, of type A 3. is cut a figure of Hapi, the Nile-god, crowned with papyrus-plants, kneeling on the //('/'-sign and holding a cartouche containing the prenomen of TiroTiiMES III.
base

On

the

^v^**1'..^^

Above

are the words

"

Ra

{sic).

Good God, Lord
(

of the v
).

Two

Lands," G
off.

|

I

^

and behind the god are the signs

?

y

for

9

Head broken

XlXth-

^^^^

XXth

d}^nasty

(?).

Length, %

in.

[No. 42524.]

1281. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type On the base is roughly 3-4. cut a kneeling Nile-god, holding a cartouche containing the prenomen of Th(:)THMF:s III, on Below is a neb. XlXth-XXIst dynasty. Length, jJ; in. a stand. [No. 45927.]

A

1282. Glazed steatite Plaque, faded to white, with one side convex. On the convex an utchat ^^^, and on the other is inscribed the prenomen of Thotiimes III, in a cartouche, surmounted by plumes, and supported by two kneeling figures of the Nile-gods of the South and North, each crowned with pap)'rus-plants. XVIIIth-XIXth dynast)'. Length, f in. [No. 37749-]
side, in relief, is cut

1283. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type

M

i,

faded to grey.

On

the base are the

prenomen of Thothme.s

III, the

ideograjih

[

,

"prince," and the figure of a deity.

Chipped.

XXth

dynast)' (about the reign of

Rameses IV).

Length,

h in.

[No. 46292.]

1284. Upper part of a glazed steaschist Plaque. On the obverse are the figures of three solar deities walking, with part
of the

prenomen of

Thothmes

III

i'-i

fl^,

below.

On
;

the the

reverse are cross-hatched lines. glaze has entirely disappeared.

Very rough work

XlXth-XXIInd

d)nast)'.

Length,

i

in.

[No. 16827.]

are cut,

1285. Glazed steatite rectangular Plaque, faded to yellow, with convex back, on which in relief, a cartouche containing the prenomen of TiiOTllMES III, incised, and a wrtrtZ-feather. On the base are three hawk-headed figures walking to left, with hands joined. After XVII Ith d)'nasty. f in. by ft. in. [No. 45362.]
'
' '

v

126

CATALOGUE OK

SCWRAIIS, (•VLIN'DP:R-S1':aI,S, KTC.

[1286 1291

1286. Blue glazed steatite Scarab, with legs inthe whole of the back carved in the form of a Hathor-head in relief, with a crowned uracils on each side. On the base is inscribed " king of Lower Egypt, Mi':N-Kiii-;i'r:K-[R.\] (Thothmp:s III), beloved of Thoth," the name of Thoth being indicated by a cynocephalus, wearing the lunar disk and horns, seated on the iieb-s\%\\ between two winged iiraci the whole is surrounded b>- a beaded border. XVIIIth dynasty. Length, \\ in" [No. 29987.]
dicated, but
:

'<t.'

!'"'"'>'

Plaque, with rounded ends. On the obverse is inscribed emanation of Amen," within a broken spiral border. On the reverse are cut the figures of a lion, eo/ie/iaiit, on the ;/('/'-sign a king, wearing the helmet with iiraeus, c^ and carrying the iiiadt-ka.iher,th.& crook, and the emblem $\VV,'.'.V«?: of life and a hawk-headed so'ar deit\', « ith an iiraeus projecting from his waistcloth, holding the //<-?j--sceptre IVj Both figures are walking to and the emblems of life. between them is a lily-bud (?). The work is the left fantastic and the figures and signs are covered with striated lines. XVIIIth d\nasty. in. Petrie Hist. Scarabs, 1042. Length, [No. 16820.]

1287.

Pur|jle glazed steatite

"!\IkN-KI1EPER-Ra (Thothmes
;

IIIj,

;

;

'{

:

1288. Glazed steatite rectangular Plaque, with conve.K back and single faded to white. On the back is cut a scarabaeus, plumed, between two protecting hawks, within a beaded ; ii^ T? 'r'5v/-»\"z"l
side,

line

round the

border. On the baseis theprenomen of Thothmes III, in a cartouche, above a papyrus-plant, between two

i i^'/'-?. >
,'

^

r\ ',^^
'
'

-^
'

advancing Nile-gods, XVIIIth dynasty (?).

each
i

offering

a

w^rt/'-feather.

?
-

in.

by |4

in.

[No. 45332.]

|Af ''^^/>^^' ^'^-*^'-^

/-^^yi*'
(base)
is

1289. Green glazed steatite rectangular Plaque. On the obverse prenomen of TnoTHME.S III, between two wM(?/-feathers and two iiraci. On the reverse (back) is incised the prenomen of Amen-HETEP I, in a cartouche, by the side of which is a wrt^rZ-feather, above the
ideograph of
" gold," all in

inscribed the

relief

XVIIIth

dynast}-.

Sams

Collection, 1834.

Length, f in. [No. 3937.]

1290. Green glazed steatite Plaque, with rounded ends. On the obverse is cut a figure of a king wearing helm and uraeus, and carrying the crook, standing before a cartouche containing the prenomen of TllOTlLMES III above the //<?/;-sign on the reverse are cut
;

the

siijns C^tr

U

Att^.

Authenticit>- doubtful.,

XVI

1

Ith <.l\-nasty

(?).

Length,

j:

in.

O

[No. 28444-]
relief,

1291. Glazed steatite Plaque, fadetl to white. On the convex side are cut, in cartouches, surmounted b)- disks and plumes In one cartouche is a seated figure of the goddess Sekhet, or Bast in the other is the
;

two

O
prenomen of TllOTHME.S
III,

"^

.

On

the

flat

side

is

the IpK^T-'^S^''

figure of a ro_\al sphinx, wearing the solar disk, and holding a small figure of a god (?). Before him is a cartouche containing the prenomen of Thothmes III behind is the protecting hawk.
;

"=—• -^^
Rough
'

work.

Ramesside
[No. 38884.]

Period.

Length, f

in.

1292 12991

TliOTIlMKS

III.

127

1292. Glazed steatite Plaque, faded to white. On the obverse are cut two cartouch surmounted b)- disks and plumes. In one is a figure of the god Khensu-Aah, and in the other is the prenomen
relief,

On the reverse is deepl}- cut the figure of TllOTHMKS III. of a ro}'al sphin.x, eoiic/iant, wearing disk and uraeiis, with a small figure of the goddess Maat in front of it, and the
signs

r^

"
,

established lord," above
ff

;

below

is

the

emblem
d\nast\'.

of

"stabilit\'"
in.
;

with

two

iiraei.

XlXth

Length, \\

breadth,

i in.

[No. 38612.

1293. Blue faience rectangular Plaque, on one side of which are cut two cartouches, each containing the prenomen of TlIOTHME.S III, and surmounted by the disk and plumes, placed side b}' side. XlXth d>'nasty (?). Length, in. Coar.se glaze.
i

[No. 28157

1294. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t)pe A 3-4, with the prenomen of Thothmes III, in a cartouche, between two apes in the attitude of adoration, surrounded b\" Chipped. XlXth-XXth d}-nast)'. a border of ten annules. Length, if in. Petrie Hist. Scarabs, 1955. [No. 3960.
inscribed
:

1295. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to grey, of type A 4. On the long base is inscribed the prenomen of TliOTHMES III, in a transverse
cartouche
Bes,
f

O

]

^O

)'

beneath a winged sun, and above a figure of
;

full face,

XXth

dynasty.

between two adoring apes Length, i^V 'n-

below

is

the

;/^/;-sign.

XlXth-

[No. 16831.]

1296. Glazed steatite rectangular Plaque, faded to ivory-white, with convex back, on which is cut the prenomen of TliOTHMES III, in a cartouche, surmounted by the rt/(^-feathers. On the base, or obverse, is Bes, full face, between two adoring c}'nocephali. XlXth-XXth dynasty. Length, f in. [No. 48905.] 1297. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type A 3, with deeply cut legs. On is cut a figure of the god Bes, with a cartouche containing the prenomen of Thothme.S III on each side, between two winged scarabaei, which are each separated from the central group b\' two lines. Back broken off XlXth-XXth d}nast\-. Length, i in. [No. 42409.]
the base

1298. Glazed steatite Scaraboid, faded to yellow. On the sides are two incised lines. On the back is a dancing figure of Bes, full face, surrounded b\' a hatched border. On the base are cut the prenomen of Thothmes III, and a conventionalised protecting hawk, separated by a vertical line. XlXth-XXIst dynasty (?). Length, | in. [No. 4018.]

G

1299. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of type the ba.se is cut the 2. III, figure of a sphinx, conchaitt, above two cartouches containing the prenomen of between which is a full-faced figure of the god Bes, standing on the ^^3:7 Above the sphinx

D

On

Thothmes

.

is

the word

J

J J

(S''0. "

gods."

Ramesside Period.

Length, f

in.

[No. 386 11.]

1

28

CATALOGUK OF SCARABS, CYLINDER-SEALS,

ETC.

[1300-1307

1300. Faience rectangular Plaque, faded to brown, with back in the form of a Bes-head, On the base is the prenomen of Tiiothmes III, with garbled titles, above a winged scarabaeus. Ramesside Period, ij, in. by in. [No. 46780.]
in

relief

,;

1301. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded
to white, of type i, much exaggerated. On the base is inscribed "Good God, Lord of the Two Lands, Men-KHEPI-.RR.\ (Thothmes III)," above a winged scarabaeus. XlXth-XXIst d\-iiasty.
i^ in. b\'j

M

in.;

length of bod\-, in. [No. 46S40.]
i|

is

1302. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of large t\-pe, A 3-4. On the base mscribed " Name of tlie Good God, Lord of the Two Lands, MEN-KllErKk-

ISS^*^ ''—
'

/C-y

^j|J^

R.\

(Tiiothmes

d\-nast\'.

hctcp-hcr-tauir Chipped Length, i| in. Blacas Collection, 1867.
III),

at

back.

About XlXth
[No. J6836.]

'

\*-^-^^ "^

1303. Light green glazed steatite rectangular Plaque, faded to brown, with convex back, on which is cut the prenomen of Tiiothmes III, in a plumed cartouche, within a beaded border. On the base is the same cartouche, rudely cut, with the words "Lord of the Two Lands" (in whicJi the sign neb has been altered to men), the s\-mbol of" life," the word '~—^, " name," and a large uraeiis w ith the crown of

Lower Egypt.
by
lit in.

XlXth-XXIst

d_\nast\-, or later. '

i^V in. [No. 45358.]
lute.

1304. Glazed steatite rectangular Plaque, faded to ivorv-w rude!}' cut a royal sphinx, conc//a/if, wearing the Double Crown, above the figure of a slain enem\'
flat, is

On

one

side,

which

is

before the sign

T

;

above

is

inscribed

"

Lord of the
is

Two
the

Lands,"
sir

; on

the other, which

slightl)'

convex,

is

inscribed in the lower portion of the field

prenomen of TiiOTH-MES III, in a cartouche, surmounted by the ;«(7«^feathers. The whole field is
surrounded
b}'

a hatched border.

XLXth-XXIst dx'nast}-, or later.
in

Length,

1

1 in.

[No. 16821.]

1305. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of
the prenomen of

Thothmes

III,

t}-pe G 4, partly faded to white. On the base is a cartouche, before a ram's head of Amen, over a ;/(/;.

X\TIIth

d\-nast>-, or later.

Length,

^'^ in.

[No. 48676.]

1306. Green glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type
inscribed with the cartouches of dynast)'. Length, in.
i;

A

5,

O

Thothmes

III.

XlXth-XXIInd
[No. 38605.]

1307. Blue glazed steatite scaraboid Plaque. On the flat side are inscribed the name and prenomen of Thoihmes III, in two cartouches, as 1306, but in reverse order. XlXth-XXnd d\nast>- (?). Length, 5 in. Loftie Essay, lxxx\'.
:

G

a
^

[No. 24156.]

1308-1323]

THOTHMES

III.

129

1308. Light blue glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of A 4-6, with large base, inscribed " Men-KHEPER-Ra (Thothmes III), resting on Truth " (compounded with part of XlXth dynasty. Length, jj in. the name of Merexptah). [No. 28146.]
type
{

^

1309. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type A 3, on the base of which is inscribed" Men-KHEPER-R.\ (Thothmes III), XlXth dynasty. Length, f in. resting on Truth." [Xo. 16799.]

03
"

1310. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t\pe A 3, inscribed kheper-Ra (Thothmes III), resting on Truth." End broken off.

MexXlXth

r
[

'\

-^

' J
<a

^

dynasty

(?).

Length,

y'V i»-

[No. 46531.]

d

1311.

Glazed

steatite Scarab, faded to

brown, of tjpe

.A 5,

inscribed with the [irenomen

of

Thothmes

III, in a cartouche,

and the phrase
in.

A,

part of the

name

of

Merexptah,
[No. 38628.]

as before.

XlXth

d\'nast\\

Length, i

the

1312. Glazed prenomen of

steatite Scarab,

Thoth.MES

III,

Merexptah,

as before.

XlXth

faded to white, of type A 3, inscribed with in a cartouche, and part of the name of [Xo. 38629.] dynasty. Length, | in.

i->ip» '-^.^^^^^

/

1313. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to grey, of type Length, | in. dynasty.
1314. Glazed
steatite

A

3-4, inscribed as 1312.

XlXth

[Xo. 38566.]

Scarab,

faded

to

grey,

of type

A

3-4,

inscribed

as

1312,

O
with

a

XlXth

dynasty.

Length, |

in.

[No. 42321.]

1315. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded Length, | in. 1312. I Xth dynasty.

to

white, of t)'pe

A

5,

inscribed

as

'r^^^^!N\
\/*^

X

"STi, j

inscription as 1312, arranged differently.

1316. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of the same type and with the same [No. 47037.] XI Xth dynasty. Length, f in. 1317. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of t\-pe ' dynasty. Length, f in.

A
A

3,

inscribed as 1312.

XXVIth

Before [Xo. 47189.]

1318. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type dynasty. Length, || in. 1319. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of the Before XXVIth dynasty. Length, ,%

3,

inscribed as 1312.

XI Xth

[No. 45867.]

same type and with the same
in.

inscription as 1312.

[No. 47178.]
t}-pe

inscription as 1312.

1320. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to grey, of the same XI Xth dj'nast)'. Length, \^ in.
1321. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to grey, of type

and with the same
[No. 47036.]

A
A

3,

inscribed as 1312.

XlXth

dynast)-.

Length, f

in.

[No. 46900.]
3,

dynasty.

1322. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of type Length, f in.

inscribed as 1312.

XlXth

[No. 47034.]

as 1312.

1323. Light green glazed steatite Scarab, of the same type and with the same inscription [No. 47035.] Chipped. XlXth dynasty. Length, f in.

R

130

CATALOGUE OF SCARABS, CVLINDER-SEALS,
1324. Glazed
steatite Scarab, faded

ETC.

[1324-1336

to white, of t\'pe

A

3,

with elongated
C'iii|)]ied.

base, on

whicli

is

cut the

prenomen of
in.
'J

THOTHMES

O

SIC

III, as

before.

XlXth

<l_\-nast_\'.

Length,

[No. 4571

S.]

1325. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded

to

_\ello\v,

of

t)'[)e

A
,';

3,

inscribed

as

1312, but

O
witli

the ro\al

name

sjielt

.

X Xth
I

d_\nast>-

(?).

Lengtli,

in.

[

[Xo. 46522.]

1326. Green
sides.

glazed

steatite

Scarab,
,5

of type

A

4,

inscribed

as

1325.

(

hi|jped

at

XI Xth

dj-nast}'.

Length,

in.

[Xo. 37748.]
t\-pe

d_\-nasty.

1327. (jlazed steatite Scarab, faded to grey, of Length, | in.

A

3-4, inscribed as 1325.

XlXth

[Xo. 45807.]
fish,

1328. (jlazed steatite Plaque, in the form of a Chipped. Ramesside Period. Length, J in.

faded to white, inscribed as 1325. [Xo. 46775.]
^--Jfj*^.
jt^s

is

On the base 1329. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t\pe A 3. rudely cut a figure of Maat (?), with three uncertain objects (possibly the signs

^«»^

'^

-^=
c=z=.

=^
for
*'J

),

before a cartouche containing the
(?).

^ prenomen of TliOTllMES

III.

,,

^"y^m^
~---.--^>^=^

X Xth
I

dynasty

Length, f

in.

[Xo. 46441.]
t)'pe

1330. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of

M

2,

faded to yellow.
•(^

On

the base

is

the

prenomen of
side Period.

Thothmes
Length,
i

III, in a cartouche,

above the signs Th

j?.

Chipped.

Rames-

in.

[No. 46774.]

1331. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t_\pe
inscribed

A

4.

On
with

the base the

is

roughh-

the

prenomen

of

TuOTH.MES
Length,
'l

III,
in.

in

a

cartouche,

signs ll/nl'^jf-

Chipped.

Ramesside Period.

[Xo. 46000.]
III,

1332. Bright blue faience Cartouche Plaque, inscribed with the ]jrenonien of TlIOTHMES
or the

name

of

Men-KIIE1'ER-Ra (XXIst dynasty),
f in.

r-^^

-

XVIlIth

(jr

XXIst (Theban)
[Xo. 17269.]

dynasty.

Length,

^
Bequciitlicd by
tJic floii.

Sir W. Temple, 1S56.

Men-KHEPER-Ra (Thothmes
1334. Green
glazed

1333. Glazed steatite .Scarab, faded to 3ellow, of t\'pe A 6, inscribed twice "Good God, III)." XI Xth dynasty, or later. Length, j in. [No. 46955.]
steatite

Scarab, of t\^pe
later

A
%

KHEPER-Ra Setep-N-Ra," a Thothmes III, XlXth-XXth
/zW, 1839.

modificatioi'i

4, inscribed " Menof the prenomen of
in.

Q,

'~~^

d>-nasty.

Length,

Anastasi

Collec-

®

9?

[No. 4027.]

S--^

'\$^

1335. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type on one side. XlXth-XXth dynasty. Length, f\;

A
in.

6,

inscribed as 1335.

Chi]jped

[Xo. 2S707.I

1336. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 5, with squared base, on which is inscribed " Men-KHEPER-Ra, emanation of Amen-Ra" (a late imitation of Thothmes III). XlXth-XXth dynasty. Length, -j% in. [No. 30618.]

|...m..|

fl?^'
H

V

1337-1346]

THOTHMES

III.

I^.I

1337. Green

"(Long)
Leneth,

live

(TilOTHMES
-j-^

glazed steatite Scarab, of type 3-6, inscribed the king of Upper and Lower Egypt, Men-KHEPER-R.a beloved of Amen." III), XXIst-XXIInd dynasty.

A

n

in.

[Xo. 22587.]

1338. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of t)-pe A 3, inscribed " king of Upper and Lower Egypt, Men-kheper-Ra (Thothme.s III, or the priest-king of that name), beloved of Amen." XXIst-XXIInd dynasty. Length |i- in.
[Xo. 27224.]

1339. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of
of
or

t>'pe

A

3,

inscribed

"

king

Upper and Lower Egypt, Men-KHEPEK-Ra (either THOTIIMES III the priest-kingj, beloved of Amen-Ra." XXIst-XXI Iiul d\iiast)'.
in.

G

Length, f

[No. 28 107.]

[God], king of the cartouche

1340. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of type A 3, inscribed " Good Upper and Lower Egypt, Men-KHEPER-Ra (Thothme.S III)" is placed between two signs of " life " and above the w^'^-sign. XXIst-XXIInd d\nastv. Length, f in. [No. 4013.]
;

1341. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to xellow, of type

D-M,

inscribed with the pre-

nomen

of

Thotiimes
b_\-

III,

in

a

cartouche,

and the words "'^^
I.

"stable

of

strength," suggested

the

prenomen of Rameses

XXIst-XXIInd

d\'nasty.

\\5r Jr

Length, §

in.

[No. 38649',]

inscribed "king of

1342. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of tj'pe A 5. On the base is Upper and Lower Egj'pt and Lord of the Two Lands, MENKHEPER-R.^ (T HOTHMbS III)." Chipped. About XXIst dynasty. Length, | in. [No. 45878.]

li^ o 2P^ t^

and Lord of the

1343. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t)'pe A 4, inscribed " king Two Lands, Men-kheper-Ra." Chipped. XXIst-XXIInd Length, § in. dynast}-. [No. 47025.]
1344. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of tj'pe

[ZZ
"

A

4,

flat,

inscribed
(?).

king and
j-'^

Lord of the

Two

Lands,

Ra-men

....," 1

*[^

y~^

XX 1st dynasty

Length,

in.

[No. 42446.]

1345. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t)pe A 5, inscribed XXIst-XXIInd with a corrupt royal name Men-[kheper]-R.A. [No. 39554-] dynasty. Length, y^ in. 1346. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of type A 7, in"Ra-Menth (for R.a-.men-kheper), king of [Upper and] Lower Egypt, Lord of the Two Lands. XXIst-XXIInd dynasty. [xNo. 4149.] Length, ^% in.
scribed

{^ T X^ ^^ °
^^_^

g r'^

®

o_—

>

^^ '^=^^
R

_

I

1,2

CATALOGUE OF SCARABS, CYLINDER-SEALS,
1347. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of
t)'pe

ETC.
itii

[1347-1355

A

5,

inscribed w

an imitation
[Xo. 47130.]

Q

I

prentjinen of

TiiOTHMES

III.

XXIst-XXIInd

dynast\-.

Length,

r""^
i

1348. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of

t_\

pe

A
ij

3-4, inscribed

fa

corrupt

form of the foregoing).

Chipped.

XXIst

dynast)'.

Length,

in.

[Xo. 4645L]

1349. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to }-ello\v, of type A 7, inscribed "king MEi\-K11EPER-R.\ (Thothmes III), Lord of the Two Lands,
beloved of Amen-Ra, lord of valour." Chipped. About Length, |Jr in.

XXIInd

d\-nasty.

[No. 46362.]

1350. Glazed steatite Scarab, of t_\-pe A 5, with elaborate!)On the base are inscribed "Good is the king of Upi^er and Lower Egypt, Men-khepek-Ra," and "Amen-Ra, lord of Heaven," within a hatched border. About XXIInd d\-nast_\-. Length, i ^ in. [No. 28 17.]
cut head.
1

t 1

t

1351. (ilazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of t\-pe A 4. On the base is inscribed a ver)- corrupt \'ersion of the inscription of 1350. Coarse work. XXIInd d}-nast)-. Length, f in. [No. 16794.]

1352. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t\-pe 5, inscribed in rude, deeply cut, hieroglyphs, with a still further corrupted version (inscribed from left to right) of the inscription of 1350.

A

"£\^

!,^
,u,un^

^—^

-—^^

^.

,

XXIInd

dynast)-.

Length, |

in.

r^

[No. 281

14.]

m

%,^

1353. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to )-ellow, of type A 5, inscribed " king Lord of the Two Lands, beloved of Amen." Chipped. XXIInd dynast)'. Length, f in. [No. 42205.]

Men-KHEPER-Ra,

X
o
l\^^

1354. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown and white, of t)-pe A 5, :„with a corrupt version of the inscription of 1350, resembling that of 1352. XXIInd d) nasty. Length, -/^j in. [Xo. 16739.] Bequeathed hv tlic I Ion. Sir W. Temple, 1856.
scribed

A'
O
f^^"^

w

sic

'\

1355. Green glazed .steatite Scarab, of t)-pe A 5, badly cut. On the base is rude!)- inscribed the prenomen of Thoth.MES III, with the name of the god Amen, corrupted from the form of 1350. Chipped. XXIInd dynast)-. Length, f in. [No. 25293.] Presented l>y .] J IS. /(V/'/', 1894.

©

—j

1356-1363]

THOTHMES

III.

133
leg.s

On

1356. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t\ije A, with the base are a demi-cartouclie, containing the prenomen of
sitriis

roughh'

cut.
III,

Thothmks

A

and the

About XXIInd

d}-nasty

(?).

Length,

l

in.

m
1357. Glazed steatite Scarab, of
t)'pe

[No. 45872.]

'^^^^y

A

3,

faded to
| in.

gre}',

nomen

of

Thothme.S

III

(?),

in a base-less cartouche, before

inscribed with the prewhich are the signs

'\

r^^^
"^^"^^

Chipped.

About XXIInd

d\-nastj-.

Length,

[No. 47043.]

1358. Glazed steatite Scaraboid
Plaque, with two lines at the sides, faded to brownish-white. On the convex side are cut in relief two apes, wearing the lunar disk, seated on the «^/;-sign. On the flat side is cut a barbarous copy of the name and titles of Men-kheper-Ra. Cf. the foregoing. Very rough work.

XXIInd
Cy.

d\-nastv.

Length

lA in.

[No. 16826.]
1

Newberry: Cairo Cataloging 36132.

do. not agree with Prof.

Newberry's .XVIIIth dynasty date

for

this style of scarab.

1359. Blue (?) glazed steatite Scarab, faded to purple, of t\pe A 3, with an inscription showing the legend of 1350 absolutely corrupted, and the cartouche omitted. About XXIInd dynasty. Length, | in. A)idrcios Collection, 1'^,^%. [No. 4298.]

^

V
p

,

1360. Blue faience Scarab, parth- faded to red and white, of type J i. is inscribed a confused ro)'al prenomen (Thothmes III), About XXIInd d)nasty. Length, in. [No. 27069.]

O
/

On

the base

l;

Rf

^^^
~

1361. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t\pe A 3, coarsel}' cut, inscribed with the prenomen of Thothmes III, the sign of "king of Lower
Eg)'pt,"
,

/^^aJ^\

and two

uniL-i

on the

Cf.

1358.

About XXIInd dynasty.
[No. 38635.]

Length,

J in.

1362.

Blue glazed steatite Scarab, of type

A

i.

On
III),

scribed the royal

prenomen R.A-MENI
of
"

(?)

(Thothmes
and

in

the base is ina cartouche,
I

1""^

with

the

ideograms

goodness,"

" royalty,"

" truth,"

Dn

(I

,

the
in.

protecting hawk, and the ^^^7 sign.

XlXth-XXIInd

dynast)-.

Length, §

1363. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type J 2. On the base a corrupt ro)-al prenomen, in a cartouche, within a hatched border.

is

rudely inscribed

Cf. the foregoing.

XlXth-XXIInd d\nasty

(?).

Length, |

in.

[No. 27065.]

m

-

134

CATAL(X;UK OF SCARABS, CVLlNDKR-SEALS, ETC.
1364. Tiii-(|unise-blue
£;;lazed steatite

[1364 1374

Scarab, of t\pe
,

D

3.

Fiiiel}' cut.

base

i.s

in.scribed

a ro\'al
.'.

prenomen

,M.ii,,,

«ithin a border of ten anniiles.

On the XlXth

d\'nast\'.

Lenjjth,

in.

tM
.steatite

[>J"- 28033.]

1365. Light i^reen glazed
inscribefl a modification of a
cut.

ro}'al

prenomen.

X Xth
I

dynasty

(?).

Length,

-/^j-

Scarab, of type i. On the base i.s Roughly Cf. the foregoing. in. [No. 27156.]
G)

K

1366. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to yellow, of

t\-pe

A

4,

inscribed

probably a modification of the prenomen of TllOTliMES IIL About XXI I nd dynast)-. Length, i in. [No. 32426.]
1367. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to w hite, of t\'pe A 3, with legs roughl} blocked out. On the base is inscribed the ]jrenomen of TuoTHMES IH, with other signs, showing confused writing of titles. About Hack broken off. XXIInd d)-nasty (?). Length, y'j; in. Petrie Hisf. Scam/>s, 1061. [No. 16755.]
:

f]

f]

O

III

sic

1368. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of tj-pe 3, inscribed with a corrupt form of the prenomen of Thothmes III, confused with a wish (" Ma\"est
thou have stability"?).

A


1

1"""-^

XXIInd dynasty

(?).

Length,

g in.

Q Q

[No. 48869.]

I

inscription as 1368.

1369. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of the same t}pe, ami with the same XXIInd d)-nasty (?). Length, y'^ in. [No. 48877.] 1370. Glazed steatite Cowroid, inscribed "Son of the Sun
(?),

MenQ
I

KHEPEK-R.\ .Mkni" ("the
of

firm"), abox-e the wc/'-sign.

A

late imitation

Thothmes
in
p.

III.

The
viii,

white

consequence.
28, pi.
(?).

object has been burnt, and has turned red and Chipped. From San al-Hager (Tanis). Petrie
fig.
;

1^""^

:

Ta/iis, II,

dynasty

1844. 75 Length, f in. [No. 23592.] Presented by the Egypt Exploration E/ii/d, 887.
1

///j/. Saini/is,

XXIst-XXIInd

^
prenomen
in.

1371. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of t}'pe

A

7-8, inscribed with the

G
of

1"""^

Thothmes

III

(?),

igj ""77

o

.

About XXIInd d}-nasty

(?).

Length, y^

[No. 46414.]

1372. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type A, with roughl\- cut legs, On the base are two cartouches of Mex-khei'EK-R.a. (Thothmes III), with the name of Amen-Ra corruptl}- inscribed. XXth-XXI'Ind dj-nastv. Length, |-| in. [No. 45895.]

v

—^

J

~
j
.

^r^^

1^^^:^

God Lord
,

1373. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to yellow, of type A 3-4, inscribed " Good XlXth dyna.sty, or later. of the Two Lands, Men-KHEPER-R.^." [No. 42685.] Length, § in

1

a

^_^

r^

1374. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 3, inscribed " Good God, Lord Chipped. Ramesside of the Two Lands, Men-kheper-R.\ (Thothmes III)." [No. 4003.] Length, | in. Petrie: Hist. Sccirabs, 1047. Period (?).

^"^

G
^
;

|

.^^-^

^

1375-1384]

THOTHMES

III.

135

1375. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to grey, of type
inscribed the

A

3,

with broad base, on which
the words

is

prenomen of

TuOTHMES
t

God, Lord of the
or later.

Two
f in.

Lands,"

1

III
,

(Mex-KHEPER-Ra), between
"

"Good

and

Amen-Ra

....,"

(1

^~

{\.

Ramesside Period
[No. 42426.]

Length,

1376. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to yellow, of t>-pe A 3-4, inscribed with a garbled copy of the prenomen and titles of THOTHME.S IIL XLXth dynasty (?). Length, § in. [No. 38619]

^^_

^
I

T

fA
ij

1377. Glazed steatite Scarab, fadedto white, of type A 3, on the base of which is inscribed " Men-KHEPER-Ra, giving double beauty to the Two Lands " (repeated;. Ramesside Period. Length, f in. [No. 42596.]

A

|

r~^

—O Z=
*•

[A 6

^
c^

|

A
/i\

"

1378. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type L 5, inscribed of the Two Lands. Mex-KHEPER-Ra (ThoTH.MES III), giving life for ever." XVIIIth dynasty. Length, f in. [No. 45962.]

-^^
| ' |

Good God, Lord

* T

1"^

fA

^
G

=
1379. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type A 4. On the base is inscribed the prenomen of THOTHMES III, with XXIInd-XXIVth dynasty. Length, | in. titles, twice.
[No. 45735.]

11;

o

1380. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 5, inscribed with corrupt forms of titles of Thothme.S III. XVHIth dynasty (?). Length, -/'.^ in. [No. 4009.] 1856. Bequeathed by the Hon. Sir. W. Temple, 1856,

T
|

"

'

f G Ci^ ^

S

out,

the

1381. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type 3, with legs blocked inscribed with the name and titles of Thothme.S III, "Good God, Lord of Two Lands, Mex-KHEPER-R.a," followed by the words " Guardian (?) of
(
I]

A

Amen-Ra

ds)."

XXlIncLXXIVth

dynasty.

Length, fi

in.

[No. 38632.]
'=1

1382. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type A 3, inscribed "Good God, Lord of the Two Lands, Mex-KHEPER-R.\, stable is the Red Crown,
stable
is

t

^—
Q
J II

I

the
[1

Red Crown

"
!

(the signs

>/

are a garbling of the
-j% i"-

name

of

[

^
V

|

[j

Amen-Ra,

^^

).

Ramesside Period.

Length,

[>''o.

39843]

"Mex-KHEPER-Ra (Thothmes III), Son Lands." XlXth dynasty, or later. Length,

1383. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t>pe A 4, inscribed of the Sun, Lord of the Two
\ in.

O
1"^

G G

[No. 46519.]

"Good God, Lord of XXIst-XXIInd dynasty

1384. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to gre)--brown, of type the Two Lands, MeN-KHEPER-Ra, Length, f in. (?).

A

3,

inscribed

lie
f^jIfEo
\

every

day!"

[X„.4;o.,.]

^^

-

CATALOGUE OF SCARABS, CYLINDER-SEALS,

ETC.
'^~^
"^

[1385-1393

1385. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t>'pe A 3. On "Good God, Lord of the Two Lands, Menkheper-Ra (Thothmes III), on every day." Chipped. XXIst dynasty (?). Length, in. [No. 45758.]
the base isj'nscribed
"(

t

'^

(aSlQe
O
sic

1386. Green glazed steatite rectangular Plaque, parth' faded to brown.
is

On

the obverse

the

prenomen of

TuoTHMES
On

III in a dcmi-cartouche, with the signs

7TT\, a

corruptiun
of Ra,"

of the

name

of

Amen-Ra.

the reverse

is

"king as Lord of the

Two Lands

(probably corrupt form of
dynasty.
I

^

"_

."everyday").

No

border.

XlXth-XXIInd
[No. 45334-]

in.

by

-^^,

in.

1387. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of
of TllOTHXrES III, in a cartouche. D'Atlianasi Colleelio)i, 1837.

t\"pc

A

3,

inscribed K\

\\

above the prenomen
(?).

Chipped.

XlXth-XXIInd dynasty

Length, in. [No. 4001.]
.',

out.

1388. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t}-pe A On the base is inscribed the prenomen of Thothmes
'-jp,

3,

III,

with legs blocked with the signs,
or
later.

¥^

beneath a reversed
in.

«f/'-sign.

Chipped.

XlXth

dynast}-,

Length, \l

[No. 45779-]

1389. Glazed steatite Cow roid, plain, faded to brown. On the base is a rude cartouche containing the prenomen of THOTHMES III, between a winged sun, or protecting hawk
(uncertain),

and the signs

l" p lA 0.
.

About XXII nd

d)nast}'

(?).

Length,

||- in.

[No. 47246.]

1390. Green glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of type G 2, roughh* inscribed with the prenomen of Thothmes III, in a demi-cartouche above a nelh protected by a hawk, with disk between its wings. Chipped. About XXII nd dj'nasty (?). Length, f in. [No. 46555.]
1391. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown and white, of type G 4. On the base is very rudely cut the prenomen of Thothmes III, in a demi-cartouche, with a protecting hawk before it. About XXIInd dynast\\ Length, ^ in. [No. 47013.]

^,^'^^5^

M^^f^
'^IfcrTljJ*'

^^^-—

1392. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of type On the base is the prenomen 7. On either side of of Thothmes III, beneath a scarabaeus, between two protecting hawks. Chipped. XlXth dynast}', or later. the cartouche is an iiracns, and below is a neb. ' [No. 47030-] Length, | in.
1393. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type D, with
claboratel}' cut

A

head and back.

On

the prothora.x are two

spiral volutes,

and

the legs are roughl}' blocked out.

"Good [God], Lord of the Two On the oval base is n and Men-kheper-Ra (Thothmes III)," with the signs
inscribed
I)

Lands,
'^z:^,

I

,

j^

and the

^^ — 1\'>^
^
i"

\y

figure of a

protecting

hawk extending
Length, /^
in.

his

wings over the

ro}'al

cartouche.

XlXth-XXIst

dynasty.

[No. 29457.]

1394 1405]

THOTIIMES
wliite,

Hi.

1

37

1394. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded tn

of t\'pe A, witli rou^lil)' cut

1cl;s.

^ii
\rC
^^^jai

On

the base

is

the

prenomen
is

gJ

in a

cartouche (for

MkN-KHKPKK-Ra
sit^ns

?),

before a

protecting

hawk; between
iieh.

a

w^rrfZ-feather.
d_\nast}-.

Abo\'e are the
J;

i\^ns- and
[N(.).

below

is

a

XXIst-XXIlnd

Length,

in.

46437.]

out.

1395. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to ivory-white, of type A 4, with legs blocked On the base is cut a protecting hawk, with wings stretched over the prenomen of

Thothmes
WfW/'-feather

hi,
c

in
\,
,

a cartouche, surmounted by the sign

n

(for III)?);

above the hawk
f in.

is

a

and below

is

a

iielt.

XlXth-XXIInd

dynasty.

Length,

[No. 46277.]

1396. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of
the prenomen of

t\].e

A

3.

On
T

the base

is

inscribed
|

Thothmes

III, in

a cartf)uche, beneath the signs
uc/>.

(for

I

I,

and before a protecting hawk, above a

XlXth-XXIInd
t}'pe

d}'nast)'.

Length,

,'7,

in.

[No. 47168.]

1397. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to grey, of

A

3,

with legs roughly blocked out.

On

the base

is

the

prenomen of
;

THOTHMES
below
is

III, in a cartouche,

beneath the signs
d)'nast\'.

GJ

I

and before a protecting hawk

a

iiel'.

XlXth-XXIInd

Length, J-i in. [No. 48788.]

1398. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type
the prenomen of
signs I
^
,

A

3,

roughly

cut.

On

TnoTHMES

III,

in

a cartouche, surmounted

by

r?/ty^-feathers,
in.

the base is with the

over a protecting iiawk.

XlXth

flynasty.

Length, Ji

[No. 46936.]
the

prenomen of
{;

1399. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of t>'pe G THOTHMES III, between two protecting hawks. in. Suit Collection, 1835. Length,

2,

inscribed with

o

Ramesside Period.
[No. 3962.]

1400. Light

blue

faience

Thothmes

III, in a cartouche,

Scarab, of type A 3. On the base is the prenomen of between two protecting hawks. Ramesside Period. Length,

U

i"-

[No- 45942.]
""
'^ZH^

1401. Base of a glazed steatite Scarab, faded to grey, of t>pe A, on which is rudely inscribed the prenomen of Thothmes III, in a cartouche, before a protecting hawk, above a neh. Chipped. After XlXth d)nasty. Length, l in. [No. 45917.]

and
I

1402. Blue paste Scaraboid Plaque, inscribed with the prenomen of THOTHMES III, Before a sign intended to represent the protecting hawk. Ith dj-nasty. Length, [No. 38752.] in.

XXV
On
a

'

'

1403. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to grey, of type

G

i.

the

base

is

cut

the

prenomen of Thothmes III, in a demi-cartouche, protected Chipped. Ramesside Period. Length, ^ in.

b\-

winged hawk or serpent.
[No. 46848.]

1404. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of type L 4. On the base are cut an and protecting hawk, both disked, above a cartouche containing the prenomen of Thothmes III over a neb. Ramesside Period. Length, ^^ in. [No. 461 19.]
iiraeiis

1405. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of tj-pe

G

2

;

On

the base

is

the
;

prenomen of Thotilmes

III, in a cartouche,

on the prothorax are two volutes. between a winged disk and

a winged

hawk
in.

in the

spaces between the wings are small disks.

XlXth-XXIInd

Length, \\

dynasty. [No. 45864.]
S

;

138

CATALOGUE OF SCARABS, CYLINDER-SEALS,
1406. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type

ETC.

[1406-1414

the base

is
b_\-

mounted
signs
ij

2-C 2, roughl)- cut. On inaccuratelj- cut the prenomen of TlloTllMES III, in a cartouche, surfeathers, on one side of which is a protecting hawk, with a disk and the
r>\'f^r o\"er
ii'Q its

A

^ v^^^
.

head

below

is

a

neb.

Chipped.

XlXth

d}-nast)', or

later

Length,

i

J

in.

[Xo. 45790.]

1407. Green glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of type L 2-K 2, with On the base is rudel)' cut the prenomen of Thothmes III, in a cartouche, between two protecting hawks, with disks o\er their heads, XlXth d)nasty. beneath a winged disk and over a winged scarabaeus. [No. 45756-] Length,
legs blocked out.
i

1408. Green

glazed

steatite

Scarab,

of

t}-pe

A

O
4,

inscribed

with a protecting hawk.

nomen

The inscription probably contains the preAAA^A^ of [Mi-:n]-KHEPEK-Ra, with the symbol of " stabilit}- " taking the place

of the second O.

XlXth-XXIst

d\-nast}'

(?).

Length,
t_\'pe

^

in.

[Xo, 30631.]
the base
is

1409. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of
the

A

3.

On

inscribed
;/('/;-sign,

prenomen of Thoth.MES
and above a
;/^/'-sign.

III,

in

a cartouche
iiaos,

(o^2©J,

beneath the

reversed,

p\'lon, or

p\'lon-shaped

on the

XVIIIth

d)'nast\-, or later.

placed between two Length, y^i- in.

fl\'ing

hawks,

[^^'"'3985.]

1410. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to

gre}',

of tj'pe
"

prenomen of Thoth.MES III, in a cartouche, and Horus " (i.c., the king). XVIIIth dynasty, or later.

A 4, inscribed with the Ra, ma}' he give jo}' to the Length, f in. [No. 17208.]

'A

Presented by Major-Gen. A. W. H. Mtyrick, 1879.

1411.

Glazed
later.

steatite Scarab, faded to grey, of
;

tN-jie

A

3,

inscribed

"

the Horus, dynast}', or

Men-KHEPER-R.\
Length,
-j''^

ma>-

Ra bestow

stabilit}-

upon him!"

Long live XVIIIth

in.

[Xo. 38627.]

as 1411.

1412. Green glazed steatite Scarab, faded to }el XX'IIIth dynasty, or later. Length, | in.

A

t }-pe

iiiscribec

[Xo. 48832.]

r"^

f
1413. Green glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t}'pe On the base 3. is inscribed "Long live the Horus, Men-KIIE1'ER-R.\ (Thothmes III), ma}' Ra make (his) name stable " XX'IIIth dynast}', or later. Length, -^^^ in. [Xo. 45966.]
!

A

O

o
r^'^

is

all

1414. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of type On the base 4, flat. inscribed "Live the Horus, Men-KHEPER-Ra (THOTHMES III), may he give beauty, strength, and stability " XVIIIth dynasty, or later. Length, \ in.
!

A

1""^

[Xo. 46878.]

j

1415-1425]

TIIOTHMKS

III.

I39

1415. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to gre)', of t\'pe 1414. Late Ramesside Period. Length, | in.

A

3,

roughly

cut,

inscribed as

[No. 46771.]

is

1416. Glazed .steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type G 4. On the base inscribed "The Horus, Strong Bull, Men-KHEPER-Ra." XlXth dynasty,

9

or later.

Length,

-,'V

in.

[No. 461 01.]

5^
1417. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to gre\', of t\-pe G 3, with a raisefl projection o\'er the perforation at each end, inscribed with the prenomen of Thothme.s III, in a half-cartouche, the figure of a hawk with whip on its back,
etc.
^V/\AA

^

o

o o

Roughh-

cut.

XlXth-XXIInd

d\-nast\\

Length,

^

in.

[No. 3911;.]
1418. Green

glazed steatite

Scarab, of t\-pe

A

4,

inscribed

with an

imitation

ro\-a

prenomen, tt^
d\-nast\-.

,

between two conventionalized crowns
Length,

V
G

XlXth-XXIInd
[No. 1690 1.]

j^<^

R.A

^^

^

in.

Bequeathed by

tJic

Hon. Sir W. Temple, 1856.
of
is

1419. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to
taining a garbled royal name,
^^7777^
;

gre\-,

t}'j3e

4.

On U
.

the base

is

a label con•J^/^'^i.

on either side

the crown

The whip
on [No. 40308.]
r-M^

on the back of the hawk is WTT-J A i.. XXIInd d)-nast\'. T Length,
i.\.

-p

a

\\'^
Vji,

prolonged and forms a zigzag " :.. fin.
r,

line.

XlXth-

'^

"y/ '^•<L,,,^

^^

1420. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type

G

4,

inscribed with the
"(?)
in

prenomen of Thothme.S

III,

and

"

Lord of the

Two

Lands; stable Horus

O
(^

iHmiJ

^

]/'

t^t^

_^k-

'^^^ whip on the back of the

hawk

is

prolonged

a

zigzag

line,

being confused with the sign 'ww"^

XlXth-XXIInd

d\"nast\'.

Length, y^ in. [No. 40323.]

1421. Glazed steatite Scarab, of t\pe J 3, roughl}' cut. On the base is imitation royal prenomen (modified from that of TtlOTHMES III). The zigzag-like whip on the back of the hawk is confused with the sign AAAA~> after t;;;^, as before. XlXth-XXIInd dynasty. Length, i in. Loftie: Essay, xiv. [No. 22956.]

o

an

?^^
-cyv

sk

|
V5f/

^^
"?

1422. Glazed steatite Scarab of type 3-C 2, faded to gre\". On the base is the prenomen of Thothmes III, between a neb and a hawk «ith flail on back, in front of which is the symbol of " life." Chipped. XlXth-XXIInd dynasty. Length, f in.
[No. 45705-]

A

!

.Ji
3-.

^
'

1

l

°U^
-^=7

_,^

j

1423. Faience Scarab, faded to
out, inscribed with the

gre)",

of type

prenomen of
Before

a

flail

upon

his back.

Thothmes XX\Tth d\'nast\-.

III,

with legs roughl}' blocked figure of a hawk with Length, | in. [No. 16758.]
5,

A

and a

1424. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white and red-brown, of
perforation ends.

t)"pe

G

3,

with large

On

the base

is

the

prenomen of Thoth.MES
Length, -^
gre)',
in.

III,

with the inscription [No. 46984.]

O et^

over a neb.

XlXth-XXIInd

dynasty.

J^

1425. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to
of

of type

G

4,

inscribed with the
I,

prenomen

Thothmes

III, in

a demi-cartouche, before the signs

O

and above a

neb.

XlXth-

XXIInd

dynasty, or

later.

Length,

j§g-

in.

"^A

[No. 47151.]
S 2

I40

CATAI.ontTK OF SCARABS, CVLINDER-SKALS, ETC.

[1426-1436

tlie

1426. Green glazed .steatite Scarab, of t)'pe A 2-4, inscribed "The Majest}' (if Horus, MKN-KHKrEK-R.\ (TiioTHMKS III) (Good) God, (Lord of) the Two Lands." R(iii>;h work tliick glaze. X Xth-XXI Ind d>iiasty. Length, g in. [No. 28443.]
;

^
v^

t-

1

i"iS-v-^'

"^

1427. Glazed steatite Placiuc, faded to white. On one side is carved a ill high relief; on the other is cut the prenomen of Thotiimes III and Nacreous glaze. XV'IIIththe inscription "Beautiful is Ra-Harmachis." Xl.Xth d>-nast\-. Length, in. [No. 38586.]
fish
.^:

JD

1428. Glazed

steatite

"Beautiful and flourishing

is

XV

1 1 1

th-X Xth
I

d\-nast\-.

Scarab, faded to white, of t\pe A 3, in.scribed the Horus, MEN-KirEPEK-R.\ (TllOTHMES III).' [No. 46338.] Length, ,% in.

type

1429. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of flat G I. On the base are cut a cartouche containing

q
f^^
1-iJ^.jai

the royal

Harmachis Length, \^

name Men-kheter-R.a, and the signs " RaXVIIIth-XIXth dynast}-. is beautiful."
in.

[No. 42599-]

1430. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t_\'pe 7, inscribed with the prenomen of Thothmes III, and the inscri]3tion " Ra-Harmachis, peace, protection," or, "Offering to Men-KIIEI'ERR.\ and Ra-Harmachis (for) jirotection." Length, Saite Period.
A

A

o

in.

[No. 38625.]
1431. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to gre\', of t_\'pe On the 3, with legs blocked out is cut the crowned hawk, standing on the tied, with the tiraens in front and the

A

base

O
inscription

^^
j

,

"

Mkn-[kiiepek]-R.\ (TiioTiiMES
Length,

III), the

Good God,"

behind.

XlXth-

XXI
On

I

nd

5

d\'nas ty.

W

in.

[No. 39063.]

1432. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to grey, of type 3, vcr\' rudeh- cut. the base is inscribed the prenomen of TliOTHNrES III, within a cartouche, Ramesside with, above, a hawk between two iiraci, and, below, the ;/c/'-sign.
(

A

1
^

^glflo

Period

(?).

Length,

i:

in.

[No. 39124.]

)

'

1433. (ilazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t)'pe A 3. On the base is the sun on the horizon [O] over a cartouche containing the signs R.\-K1IEPER, over an iiraeiis, a hawk, in. [No. 48783.] and the s)-mboI of "life." XlXth d)'nast\-, or later. Length,
|!

1434. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to
of

gre\-,

of t\'pc

A
Pr,

6.

On

the base

is

the

prenomen
Ghippcd.

TiioTHMics

III, in a cartouche,

beneath the sj-mbols "V

I', a'ld

above a

neb.

Ramesside Period.

Length,

'{

in.

[No. 46849.]
t)'pe

1435. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of
of

A

4.

On

the base

is

the [)renomen
(?).

TiiOTHMES
i

III,

above the signs

1]

Df,

Length,

^

^

"

Chipped.

XXIst-XXIInd dynasty

in.

[No. 46356.]

1436. Green glazed prenomen of THOTinrES

steatite rectangular Plaque, with
III, in a

cartouche, surmounted

b)-

convex back, on which is cut the plumes; on the base are cut the
Chipped.
Before

symbols

J, I/-,

V^

and an
1

uritcns^
in.

with a long

tail,

above a crocodile.

XXVIth

dynasty.

in.

by \

[No. 46779.]

^

1437-1445]

THOTHMES

III.

141

1437. Dark

unusual]}- cut head.

green glazed steatite Scarab, parti}' faded to white, of type A 3, with Inscribed with the prenomen of Thothmp;s III, in a demi-cartouche,

before the sign.s ''^"'

I°^ =
t

^^

G

^^^=^.

Chipped.

After

XlXth

dynasty.

Length,

^'^ in.

[No. 47159.]

1438. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to gre}-, of type A 3, with legs rough!}blocked out, inscribed "Good God, royal Horu.s, Men-KHEPER-Ra," with the [No. 4009 1.] 7ieb-s\gn. After XVII Ith dynasty. Length, i in.

T

-^^

'^,

H

Q.
\|

(o^^J
Os
r""'^

1439. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to grey, of t}-pe A 3, inscribed " MenKHEPER-Ra (Thothmes III), beloved of all the gods, Ruler of Asia, Prince of Thebes." Badly cut. XlXth dynasty (?). Length, in. [No. 40030.]

•?=^

^

^^ ^_j)

1111
1440. Blue-green
are inscribed the

glazed

steatite

prenomens of
the boat of

Thothmes
Amen-Ra.

Scarab, of t\pe A 6. On the base III and the priest-king (?), Men-

KHEPER-Ra, beneath

XX 1st

dynast}-.

Length, f in. [No. 27228.]

g f"^

r'-^

g

1441. Green
scribed the

glazed

steatite

Cartouche Plaque.
III,

On
the

the obverse
;-<?7r;'i-t'

is

in-

prenomen of TiiOTHMES

tjj^

.

On

"Amen-Ra,
.

lot
lord of valour,"

i
.

^zi^ ,/^a

Chipped.

Ramesside Period.

Length,

,

.

g

m.

^%
-

'^

\

^

[No. 4023.]

1442. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to yellow, of type

A

3-6, inscribed with the pre-

nomen

of

Thothmes

III,

between two

wrtcfZ-feathers,

with the sun-bark of

Amen-Ra

LQ-^

(?)

above, and the neb-^\gn below.

XXIst

or

XXIInd-XXIVth

dynasty

(?).

Length, f^ in. [No. 38644.]

1443. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of t}-pe 3, rudely inscribed with the prenomen of Thothmes III. Rough work. Chipped. XXIst or XXIInd-XXIVth [No. 4046.] dynasty. Length, | in.

A

!^Q4

-

t^^

jg

1444. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t}-pe A 4. On Cinur the base are cut the names of THOTHMES III. Chipped. I Ind dynasty. Length, f| in. [No. 45745.]

\
z'
~\

z'

N

XX

'-—

o

-^

^^
' '

The
cutting of

date of this scarab is fairly evident from the resemblance in style of its inscription to those of the scarabs of the Bubastite kings. QC 2399 ff.

M
v.

1445. Blue glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 4, on the base of which is roughly inscribed a corrupt form of the prenomen of Thothmes III, with a crowned iiraeus, between two wf^-signs. XXIst-XXIInd d}-nasty(?). Length, fi in. Salt Collection, 1835. [No. 4'[43-]

O

142

CATALOGUE OF SCARABS, CVLl XDKK-SKALS,

KTC.

[1446-1457

On the base is 1446. (ilazed steatite Scarab, of type 4, faded to white. inscribed the [jrenomen of TuoTHMES III, in a cartouche, beneath a convcnChipped. tional wintjed sun-disk and above a scarabacus, with two uraei. Ramesside Period, or later. Length, i] in. Milliii^cn Collation, 1847.
[Xo. 3954-]

A

,


OUISS
0^
f\

^

(

1

f^

8igj9

XlXth

1447. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to grey, of t\pe A S, flat, inscribed as 1446. Chipped. [No. 16768.] Length, in. d\na.stv, or later. Presented by ^[aj.-Gcn. A. W. H. Mcyrick^x'i.jC).
'\

1448. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type
figure of a deity holding the sign of
" life "
;

before

him

is

On the base is cut a seated 4. a cartouche containing the prenomen
in.

A

of

Thothmes

in.

About XXIInd

d\-nasty.

Length,

J.

[No. 38603.]

1449. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type A 4-8. On the base is a figure god, holding the ankh, squatting before a cartouche containing the prenomen of Thothmks III, beneath a winged sun and above a neb. Chipped. Rame.sside Period. [No. 46898.] Length, \ in.
of a

On the base is a figure of a 1450. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of tj-pe 3. deity squatting before a cartouche containing the ]3renomen of TlloTH.MES III, beneath the
symbol \j^^ and above a
neb.

A

About XXIst

d\-nast\'.

Length,

fi- in.

[No. 46887.]

On the base is a roughl>- cut figure 1451. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of t}-pe A 8. of an uncertain deit_\-, holding a cartouche contaiin'ng part of the prenomen of TliOTHMES III in. [No. 46215.] behind him is a similar cartouche. About XXIInd d_\nasty (?j. Length,
;

J,

1452. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type

prenomen
the symbol

of

Thothmes

III, in
is

a base-less cartouche,

A 3. On the base is cut the before a squatting deity; above is
Length,
| in.

i^,

and below

a neb.

XXIst-XXIInd

dynasty.

[No. 47058.]

On the base is cut a figure of 8. 1453. Light green glazed steatite Scarab, of t)-pe Ptah, standing before a cartouche containing the prenomen of ThoTHMES III, below which is Rough work. Saite Period. Length, in. the w/'-sign. In the field is the sign tii^ (?). [No. 28881.]
,i:

A

figures

1454. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to \ello\\, of t\pe A 8, on the base of which are cut of Ptah and Maat, and a cartouche containing the prenomen of TiiOTHMES III. [No. 16807.] Saite Period. Length, ,\ in. 1455. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type

A

5-7.

On

the base

is

cut a
is

figure of a king kneeling before an altar, in the act of offering.

Above him
;

the solar disk, and behind

him

are the sign I

and

a protecting
III

hawk

below are

a cartouche containing the prenomen of TiioTKAtKS

(o^SS), D

nnd the

symbol of "gold."

XlXth d\nasty

(?J

or later.

Length,

|-| in.

[No. 32298.]

On the base is 2. 1456. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brow 11, of type a figure of a king kneeling in adoration before a cartouche containing the prenomen of Thothmes III. Above him is the sign r'^ and an uraeus, and below Chipped. Ramesside Period. Length, \ in. is a neb. [No. 46884.]
1457. Blue glazed steatite Scarab, faded to grey, of type A 4. On the base is cut the wearing the Red Crown, and kneeling in adoration between two cartouches containing the prenomen of ThoTHMES III. XXIst-XXIVth dynasty. Length, I in. [No. 38634.]
figure of a king,

^

1458 1467]

THOTIIMES

III.

143

On the base is a figure of 1458. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of type 7. a king, wearing the hehnet, kneeling in adoration before a cartouche containing the prenomen Chipped. Ramesside Period. Length, f in. of Thothmes III, beneath a winged sun.
[No. 46943-]

A

1459. Glazed steatite Scarab, of tj'pe kneeling in adoration before the prenomen of Length, -j-jf in. dynast)-, or later.

A

3,

faded to brown.

On

the base

is

a king

Thothmes

III, as before.

XXth-XXIInd
[No. 46815.]

figure of a king kneeling, as before.

1460. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of type A 3. Ramesside Period. Length,

On

the base

is

g in.

rudely cut a [No. 39105.]

1461. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of t\-pe L 2, with the same design as the foregoing. XXIst-XXIInd dynasty (?). Length, in. [No. 28584.] but cut in a different style.

^

1462. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of t}-pe A 7, inscribed with the ideograph of ixii and a figure of a king kneeling in adoration before a cartouche conXXIst-XXIInd dynast)' (?). Chipped. taining the prenomen of Thothmes III. [No. 28542.] Length, ^ in.

O

Amen-Ra

,

1463. Light green glazed steatite Scarab, of type

A

6.

On

the base

is

cut a figure of
|T,
^^^^'

a royal sphinx, couchant, with a winged uracils above him, and the signs

"good god," before him. Below are two kings, one wearing the kla/t, the other the helm, kneeling in adoration before an obelisk, placed between them, on which is inscribed the prenomen of THOTHMES III, which is repeated by the head "Lord of the [Two] of the king on the left, beneath whose feet is inscribed ^— Lands." B)- the king, on the right, are the signs and ^3^. Fine glaze. XXth-XXIst dynasty (?). Length, -{-i in. Veine: Hist. Siarahs, wGi. Hny Coi/ec/ioti, \%6i. [No. 16800.]
,

^

For

date

cf.
;

2342

(of

R.ameses

III).

By

Fetrie

{/.i.)

wrongly numbered "4043," and assigned to
the obelisk, are not the signs
||1.

Thothmes IV

but the marks below the scarabaeus, in the

name on

cut the boat of

1464. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t)-pe A 5. Amen-Ra, LO-i a figure of a king, wearing the
,

On

the base

is

Red Crown and

adoring an obelisk, s)-mbol of Amen-Ra, upon the sign for "gold," rsri- Behind him is a cartouche containing the prenomen of Thothmes III. XXth-XXIInd dynasty. Length, | in. [No. 38614.]
1465. Blue-green glazed steatite Scarab, of t)-pe A 5, on the base of which is cut a figure Red Crown, kneeling in adoration before the s)-mbol of "life";

of a king, wearing the

behind

him are the signs "y)|1,

"life,

stability

and power," and a cartouche

containing the prenomen of or later. Length, in.

^

Thothmes

III.

Chipped.

XXIst-XXIInd

dynasty, '

[No. 28352.]

1466. Green glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of t)pe A 3-4. On the base is a wearing the short wig and ate/, kneeling in adoration before an Lq * * Amen-obelisk, by the side of which is the symbol of " life." Behind the king is I A the inscription "Good God, giving [life], Rd-k/ieper." About XXIInd d)-nasty. ^- r; Length, ill. [No. 46266.] foSeJ
figure of a king,
|

'^

1467. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to yellow, of type
figure of a king

A

4.

On

wearing the feathers H

[j,

kneeling

in

adoration

before the obelisk, the symbol of Amen. In the field is the prenomen of Thothmes III, with the signs of "stability" and

m

the base

is

cut the

"goodness."

About XXIInd dynasty.

Length, fi

in.

[No. 39926.]

(asQe ]

J

144

CATALOGUE OK SCARABS, CVLINDER-SKALS,

ETC.

[1468-147
label, un inscribed,
'~~".'=
'

1468. Gix-cn glazed steatite Hemicylindcr. On the convex side is a between two ;«rw/-feathers in relief with, above and below, hatched borders. On the flat side is rudely cut a figure of a king, wearing the ^?A/-headdress
with |)endent
iiraei,

^Vj^J!^
;~
'

fl

kneeling before a cartouche containing the prenomeii

'J
'"'"

'^*'
.

and
dj-nast}-.

I).

XXIInd-XXVth
[No. 28488.]

-v.^^^l

.'.

'\^\

Length,

'^-^

;5

in.

"

-^=^^^*

the

1469. Blue paste Scarab, faded to grej-, of type 8. On the base is faintly cut Thothmes III, within a cartouche, surmounted by plumes: before Above is the sign it is a kneeling figure of a king. (for©?); below is the ^^37. Worn. Saite Period. Length, in. [No. 38624.]

A

Ij

[j

prenomen of

^

©

^
'^^

1470. Glazed
cut a
figure

steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type of a king standing (?) before a demi-cartouche

G

4.

On

the base

is

rudel\-

containing the
in.

[irenomcn

of

Thothmes

11

1,

r-^^^-i

Before

XXVIth

d)'nast\-.

Length, f^

[No. 46071.]

1471. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to reddish-\elIow, of t\'pe A, with legs roughl)' blocked out and beaded line between the prothora.x and wing-cases. On the base are cut, in three registers, (i) an o.x and an unknown object; (2) a figure seated in adoration before

an obelisk and a cartouche
d)'nast\-.

inscribed

1""^ (m

'

;

(3) the

signs

(1

5]\

J

o.

XXIInd-XXIVth
[No. 46969.]

Length, f

in.

1472. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of archaistic

t\'pe,

imitating E.

On

the

base are cut (i) a squatting figure of a king between two bulls between two seated figures of kings, (2) a winged scarab and disk
;

^^

who have

their

o

hands raised
of

in

adoration
III,
i in.

;

(3)

a

hawk ^^ between
Probabl>-

two cartouches

Thothmes
Length,

Men-kheper-Ra.

XXVIth

d\'nast)'.

i -8. 1473. Glazed type On the base is cut a figure of a king, wearing a linen robe, kneeling in adoration before a bull, above which is the sign •<2>-, and, below, the prenomen of THOTHMES III in a XXVth-XXVIth dynast}'. Length, \ in. [No. 41965.] cartouche.

steatite Scarab, faded to white, of

A

1474. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to which is cut a kneeling figure of a king

gre\',

of type

A

3-6, on the base of
i^.

(offering the sj'mbol of " praise " to a
;

cartouche containing the prenomen of Thothmes III hawk. Fine work. XXVIth dvMiast}'. Length, \ in.

tiehind

is

the jirotecting

[No. 38821.

1475. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t}'pe 6. On the base is rudely cut a figure of a king offering a vase to a coiichant sphinx, above which is a protecting hawk. Below is a cartouche containing a corrupt version of the jirenonien of Thothmes III, over a [No. 48719.] XXVIth d>-nasty, or earlier. Length, in. neb.
iJ

A

1476. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of tj'pe
sphinx, couchant, wearing horns and plumes,
"praise."
ij

\

8.

On
Q

the base

is

cut a rojal
s_\'mbolizing

y

,

and holding the vase
III,

0,

Above
\

is

part of the

prenomen of

Thothmes

TQI

.

Saite

Period.

Length,

in.

[No. 38954.]

1477. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to ivory-white, of type G 1-3. On the base is a rojal sphinx, with an uncertain object above it, couchant, over a cartouche containing the prenomen XXVIth dynasty (?). of Thothmes III, before which is a squatting goddess below is a neb. [No. 47079.] Length, J^ in.
;

1478-1485]

THOTIIMES

III.

145

1478. Light green glazed steatite Scarab, of type 3-4, on the base of which is cut a sphinx, ioiichant, wearing the atef-ccown, between a figure of Maat and a cartouche con[No. 42884.] Saite Period. Length, | in. taining the jjrenomen of Thothmes III. 1479. Green glazed steatite Scarab, faded to grey, of typQ A 8. On the base is cut a Amen, squatting before a cartouche containing the prenomen of TlluTHMES lU, [No. 48854.] above which is a sphinx, couchaut. XXYIth d\-nast\-. Length, i in.
figure of
"'" Obverse, a kriosphinx, glazed steatite rectangular Plaque. emblem of Amen-Ra, wearing the solar disk and uraeiis, and with an iiraeiis ,^x.^ Reverse, before him, couchaut, above the sign wvwa above is a protecting hawk. I fl N 5 LE the corrupt inscription " Men-kheper-R.\ (Thothmes III, or a priest-king), Length, Ji in. [No. 38883.] beloved of Amen." XVIIIth-XXIst dynast}-.

A

1480. Green

;

^ «

fil

1481. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of t}'pe

G
a

4.

On

the base are cut the

prenomen of

TmtTHMES

III, in

a half-cartouche

O

,

and

ram-headcd sphinx, couchaut,

with the atef-crown upon his head and the
him.

name

^
A

of the

god Amen-Ra

(I

'^^^'^

above

Ramesside Period.

Length, \^

in.

[No. 38713.]
4-8, with painted prothora.v and double

1482. Paste Scarab, faded to brown, of t\'pe
lines

on back.

On

the base

is

roughl}' cut a ro)'al sphinx with a cartouche

r^

before

him,

and a winged

uracils abo\e.

Saite Period

(?).

Length,

-j-i-

in.

[No. 45892.]

1483. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of
sphinx, holding the \ase
0,

t\'pe

A

3,

faded to \'ellow.

On

the base
is

is

a

and

coucha>it abo\'e a prostrate prisoner;

above

a cartouche
d>-nasty.

containing an illegible Length, h in.

ro\-al

prenomen

(probabl)'

Men-KIIEPER-Ra).

XXVIth

[No. 48674.]

1484. Glazed steaschist rectangular Plaque, faded to white. On the obverse, w hich is flat, inscribed the prenomen of Thothmes III, in a cartouche, surmounted hy two plumes; on either side is cut a ro}'al sphinx holding the vase sj'mbolizing "praise," and with the name
is

of

Amen

are the

1^^^^ above his back, below which words "kingof LTpperand Lower ILgypt,
(1

H^

Good God, Lord
is

of the

Two

Lands." 1
==]

On the ;r7Wj<?, which is slighth' convex,
cut
in

f

y^^ ^^^
'

relief a

disked lion seated

1

among

papyru.s-reeds before an utcliat above a basket
Saite Period
(?).

fiG
Petrie

:

the whole

is

within a hatched

border. Chipped. CoUectuni, 1848.

Length, i|

in.

:

Hist. Scarabs, 953.

Andrews
[No. 3949.]

1485. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to buff, of t\-pe 6. of a sphinx, couchaut, with the sign of "life," |C', above him,

A

On

the base are cut a figure
..^

and a king, wearing

the double crown, kneeling and offering the vase

0,

s\-mbolic of "praise"; in front of
is

jHB^
\^vC'y
| in.

him

is

the

feather
III,

||

,

s}-mbolic

of "justice."

Behind him
r"'^
\\

the

prenomen

of

Thothmes

"beloved of Amen," corrupted into

Saite Period.

Length,

[No. 37822.]

^

J

146

CATALOGUE OF SCARABS, CYLINDER-SEALS,

ETC.

[1486 1494

1486. Glazed steatite Scarab, of type 3, long, faded to light brown. cut a figure of a royal sphinx, coiicliant, wearing klaft and iimeiis, and holding
the symbol of "praise," 0; above him
is

A

On

the base

is

a solar disk and below
;

him a

car-

/^T^'^

v^j
f^ -

touche containing the prenomen of Tin iiiimks III to the right, facing this group, is a winged uracils holding the ring Q. XW'th dynasty. Length, Salt Collection, 1835. f in.
'

\^-'

-*

[Xd. 3991.

The date

is

assigned

in

accordance with the peculiar style

of the scarab,

if.

1514.

1487. Red porph\r\- (Rosso a//lico) rectangular Plaque. On one side is inscribed the Thothmes III, with a rudely cut'sphinx, couchaiit, on the «^/>sign, wearing the r?/r/-feathers, and accompanied by a protecting ^0c£imi ~" hawk. On the other side are incised figures of a cat (?) with the s}-mbol of "life," Taurt with that of " protecting," and an uracils. XXIIIrdIth dynast)- (?) Length, yV in. Salt Collection, 1835. [Xo. 3998.]

prenomen of

XXV

Tlie peculiar style of this scarab

may perhaps be

assigned to the period of the Dodekarchy.

1488. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type 4-8. On the base is cut the figure of a ro\-al sphinx, coiicliant, wearing the Double Crown, and holding the s}-mbol of
"praise," 0.

A

Above

is

the

prenomen of Tikitiemes

III.

Saite Period.

Length, f

in.

[Xo. 38642.]

1489. Glazed steatite

Scarab, faded to
J in.

white, of type

A

3,

"Let there be

praise to the Horu.s,

Men-KHEPER-Ra (Thotiimes

inscribed III)!",

t^a
y

o

XXVIth

d}-nast\-.

Length,

[Xo. 46439.]

^

\^ "^^

1490. Light_blue faience Scarab, of

t\-pe

.A.

Men-kiieper-Ra (Thothmes

III)."

XX'VIth

8, inscribed "Praise to dynast)-. Length, -,% in.

(o|]2^

[Xo. 46534.]

fV

1491. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to i\-or)--white, of t)-pe A 3, rudel)- inscribed with the prenomen of Thothmes III, in a horizontal cartouchej beneatli an //;'-rt,v?/(v/ disk, and

above the signs

\/ ," praise

to

"

(Men-KHEPER-R.\

).

XX\'Itli d)-nasty.

Length,

-Ji.

in.

[Xo. 48875.]

1492. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 8, faded to brown, inscribed with the prenomen of Thothmes III, in a transver.se cartouche, beneath the
uracated solar disk and the signs

?Df

L/ as
,

before.

XXVIth

d)'nast)-.

Length,
1879.

\

in.

^
f

f-

'

[Xo. 16756.]

Presented by Major-Gen. A. W.

//.

Meynck,

%l

1493. Glazed .steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type nraeatcd <X\^V,~o\'Q\- a cartouche, containing the prenomen of

A 3. On the base is an Thothmes III, beneath
^

,

which are the signs

Oy,

as before.

XXVIth

dynast)-.

Length,

in.

[Xo. 46037.]

^— V^^

/^..

base

1494. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t)-pe A 3. On the is roughl)- cut " Praise to Men-kheper-R.\ (TH()TH^^•:s III)," as before. XXVIth d\-nasty. Length, 4K in. [No. 46087.]

^^
(^[|e
^
j

Y

^

1495-1502]

TIIOTHMES

III.

147

Men-kheper-Ra (Tiiothmes

1495. Light green glazed steatite Scarab, of III). Chipped.

t}-pe

A

6,

'xXVIth

inscribed dynast\-.

"

Praise the lord,

^^l^
^

Length, -,i^ in. [No. 46122.]


O

r^

1496. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to "Praise Men-kheper-R.a. (Tiiothmes) III,"
in.

white,
etc.

of

t}-pe

G

2,

XXVIth

d\-nasty.

inscribed Lentrth

[No. 46093. j

(^G(]||gJ

1497. Light blue faience Scarab, of type 8, on the base of which is a cartouche, containing the prenomen of Thothmes III, placed between two wadt-kathers on a stand, to which are bound two figures of enemies. XXVIth dj-nast)-. Length, -j\ in. [No. 28406.]

A

1498. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of ty]3e 2. On the base is cut a figure of a king, wearing the utef-horns and plumes above a short round wig; he is seizing an
Asiatic by the hair,

A

and striking him with uplifted
of the king
is

scimitar,

which

is

deformed into a feather

[).

Between the
(for

legs

seated a hound, or war-lion.
"
(?).

In the field are the signs
d>-nasty.

o

1""^

^

?),

and

Lord of Eternity

XXVth

Length,

g in.

[No. 377S3-]

1499. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of type

A
1)

2 (archaistic).

On

the base

is

cut a figure of a king, with the feathers

(1

above

his short
2>>>i;5<
'

wig, striking down an enem\', whom he grasps b\' the hair. Beneath the king is a seated lion with a scourge on his back in the field are the prenomcn of Tiiothmes III and a corrupt inscription. Chipped on one side.
;

XXVth

d)-nast)'.

Length,

g in.

[No. 39138.]

^

of a king wearing the

1500. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t\"pe A 2. On the base is cut a figure Red Crown and striking down an Asiatic with his mace.
is

Behind him

his

prenomen

ttt^
,

Me\-KHEI'EK-R.A.
his legs
is

In

front of

him

is

the

^S^.v^.

s\-mbol of "praise" V, and between

the war lion.

XXVth

d}-nasty.

^^^^

Length,

|

in.

[No. 39938.]
lion
is

The treatment of the The form of the scarab is

the

same as

that

on the faience scarabs of the prince Pima (XXVth dynasty).

archaistic.

1501. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to grey, of type On the ba.se are 7. wearing the Double (?) Crown, standing before a cartouche with the prenomen of Thothmes III. Behind him is an uncertain Chipped. XlXth dynasty, or later. Length, object, and above is the bird ^^=5.
rudel}' cut a figure of a king,

A

|f^»
PJ,
v».

^

Az^^^'

m.

[No. 45825.]

1502. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of tj'pe 8. On the base is cut a figure of a jackal, coitc/iattt, with head turned behind him towards a cartouche containing the prenomen of Thoth.MES III. Round his neck is a collar, anri XXVIth djnast)-. Length, -^ in. in the field is the solar disk. [No. 39267.]

A

T 2

148

CATALOGUE OF SCARABS, CYUXDKR-SKALS,

ETC.

[1503-1514

1503. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to ivory-white, of t\pe A 8, with broad base, on which is inscribed the i^renomen of TiiOTHMES III, above the goose of Amen, with the feather of Maat on its head. Saite Period (?). Length, in. Petrie Hist. Saini/'s. (jj^. [No. 6/ 88.]
;;;

r^

^

:

1

1504. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type .A 5, roughl}' cut. On the base is the prenomen of TiiOTHMES III, in a papyrus boat, on the prow of which is perched the hawk of Horus, while in the stern is seated a man '^. Sai'te Period. Length, [No. 38621.] I ininscribed

1505. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of type 3-8, roughl}- cut, inscribed with the prenomen of TiioTllME.S III, in a cartouche, between two w^wZ-feathers. XXYIth d)-nast\-. Length, m. [Xo. 47204.] 1506. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type
of the

A
G

4.

prenomen of TlioTHMES
| in.

III,

between two wM^rAfeathers.

Length,

On the ba.se is an imitation Before XXVIth d)-nasty (?) [\o. 48696.]

of

TUOTHMES III, XXVIth d\-nasty.
is

1507. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of tyjje .A 3-8, inscribed with the prenomen in a cartouche, with the //W(F/-feather at one side, between two neb-i^igns. Length, I in. [No. 48887.]
.steatite

1508. Dark green glazed
base
cut the

Scarab, of tjpe
III,

L

i,

with long high back.
w^?(F/-feathers

On

the
nebs.

prenomen of
(?).

Thothmes
fj| in.

between

two

and two

XXVIth

dynasty

Length,

[No. 46196.]
gre\',

1509. P'aience Scarab, faded to

of type

A

3,

inscribed

with the prenomen
" beaut\- "

ot

Thothmes III, in Chipped. XXVIth
the

a cartouche, between
d\'nast\'
(?).

two w^^FZ-feathers and two .symbols of
-,^ in.

T.

Length,

[No. 47153.]

1510. Green glazed steatite Scaraboid Plaque.

On

the

flat

side

is

inscribed

prenomen of THOTHMES III, in a cartouche, between two w^wZ-feathers and two solar disks, above a papyrus-boat. Slightly chipped. XXVIth '
"

,G

dynasty.
1511.

Length,

i

in.

[No. 3971.]

Glazed

steatite Scarab, faded to white, of

t\pe

G

2,

inscribed with

the prenomen of
disks.

Thothmes III, XXVth-XXVIth d\nasty.

between two WM^FAfeathers and two solar O Length, J in. Blacas Collection, 1867.
[No. 16811.]

\^^ O

1512. Blue faience Scarab, of t\-pe 3, with lower edge the prothora.x pointed. On the base is inscribed " Devoted to Maat, Me.\-kheper-R.\ (Thothmes III)," with the neb(jf

A

r


o

~^

sign.

Fine work and glaze.

XX\Tth

dj-nasty.

Length, I in. [No. 27910.]

®

H
'^''-^

1513. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type high 3, with rear end On the base are cut the prenomen of Thothmes III, an iiraeus, and the ideograph of the goddess Mut, i.e., a vulture with a whip upon its back.
(archaisticj.

X

ry^'
\^

Fine colour.

XXVth

dynasty

(?)

Length,

\

in.

[No. 37750.]
<<

1514. Light green glazed steatite Plaque, with the figure of a hijipopotamus, relief, on the back. On the rounded base is inscribed the prenomen of Thothmes III, in a cartouche, o with the solar disk and a winged O itraeus on one side and the //r/;-sign on the other. Considerabh- worn.
in

chant.

high

4

XXVth-XXVIth dynast}-. i^ in. Hay Collection, i868.

Length,
[No. 16749.]

1515-15231

THOTHMES

III.

149

1515. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of an archaistic type resembling A, but with the striated legs of E. On the base
are inscribed the titles and prenomen of Thothmes III, the latter in a cartouche, from which spring, above, two wings, and below, two uraei. Fine work. XXVth-XXVIth dynasty.

Length, ^

in.

[No. 46508.]

1516. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type

A

2,

with

flat

back and

,^^^i^•;<*,

strongly curved prothora.x (imitation of an early

XVIIIth dynasty

type), inscribed

^

with the prenomen of
(corrupted from

TllOTHMES

III,

in

a

plumed cartouche, and the signs a
in.

SoJSf'

R

).

XXVIth

dynasty.

Length, f^

[No. 46503.]

1517. Light blue composition Scarab, of type L 2. On the back is cut the prenomen of Thothmes III, with the feathers of Maat above the cartouche. On the base are the same cartouche without the feathers, the Probably XXVIth dynasty. maijical net design, and the sign ^^3^' below. Length, | in. [No. 39775-]

T|

f?

S

r

1518.
flat

side

Dark blue paste Plaque, with rounded ends. On the O (base) is inscribed and on the back ^ y

is the name of Thothmes III, XXVIth d\-nast\'. touche.

o

in

a

G

i-,-V in.

plumed carby \ in.

o t^

[No. 45311.]
1519. Light green hard paste Scarab, of tj'pe On the base is 7, finel}- cut. Thothmes III, in a cartouche, surmounted b_\- the two plumes, XXVIth dynast)-. Length, -jL '"• [No. 16780.] Presented by Major-Gcn. A. IV. H. Afeyi-iek, 1^79.

A

,~.

the

prenomen of

'

t

\>^

Ix'i
^^^^^

the back

1520. Glazed steatite Scaraboid, faded to brown, with two deep lines at the sides. On is a cartouche containing the -^i? prenomen of Thuth\H-:s III, surmounted by

(;/r/-feathers.

On

the base are the signs

Length,

i

in.

m
ZZI

,

cut in archaistic

st\-le.

XX Vlth d\-nasty

(?).

[No. 48894.]

1521. Glazed steatite Scaraboid, with two lines at the side, faded to brown, on the back of which is inscribed the prenomen of Thothme.S III, in a cartouche, -.,^surmounted by plumes. On the base is a modification of the prenomen of •-•?

_

Amen-hetep
Sajns

III

Chipped.

XXVIth

dynast)-.

Length,
[No. 4145.]

Collection, 1834,

1522. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of type A 3, inscribed with the ]3renomen III, in a base-less cartouche, between two prenomens of Amen-HETEP III, above a iieb. XXX'Ith dynast)-. Length, [No. 47069.]
of

Thdthmes

1523. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t)-pe is a corrupt form of the name of Thothmes III, etc. broken off. Late New Kingdom. Length, -^^ in.
base

A

3.

On

the

Pack

parti)-

[No. 46158.]

H

8

til

15°

CATALOGUE OF SCARABS, CVI-INDER-SKALS,

ETC.

[1524 1538

1524. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type A 8, elaborately cut. On the base emblem of the king of Lower Egyjit, over the symbol of gold, between two cartouches, each containing the prenomcn of Thothmes III. XXI Vth-XXVIth dynasty. Length, '"• [No. 4S817.] -n;
is

the

1525. Blue glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type

A

4-8, inscribed
"

with the

prenomen of TiioTHMES

III,

in
in.

a cartouche,

and the symbols of "goodness

and "truth."
[No. 48865.]

XXVIth

d\-nasty.

Length, y\

1526. Light green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 8, inscribed with the I)renomen of TiiOTHMES III, in a cartouche, before an nraeus, above the neb. XXVIth dynasty. Length, i in. [No. 46340.] 1527. Faience Scarab, faded to white, of type A 4-8, inscribed with the name in a cartouche, above the «('/;-sign, and below is the ideograph of beauty," between two iiraci. Saite Period (?). Length, i in. [No. 42368.] 1528. Paste Scarab, faded to white, of
t\-]je

o

\
n^
Hi)

Ra-KHEPEK,
"

I

P (ul

«.

[ ^

A

8,

inscribed

with the

prenomen of
dynasty.

Thothmes
f in.

\\\,hc\.\\-cc\\\.\\i.^ utcliats.

Chijjped at ends.

XXVIth

\^Ko

Length,

B

[No. 38936.]
•1529. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type 8, inscribed "king of Upper and «i'/^ XXVIth dynasty. Length, \ in. [No. 48855.]
t

A

Lower Egypt, Men-KHEPER-Ra," above a

1530. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type A 5, inscribed "Good God, Lord of the Two Lands, Men-KHEPER-Ra (Thothmes III)." Late New Kingdom. Length, in.
.1

•=]

G

lo
^=3^

[No. 38692.]
1531. Green glazed steatite Scaraboid

=.
I

^^
I

Plaque,
III)."

"Good God, Men-KHEPEK-Ra (Thoth.vies
1532. Faience Scarab, of
t)-pe

inscribed on the flat side Saite Period. Length, -,y in.

[No. 28947.]

'

"^ i

^^^

''"''

A

7,

inscribed with the jirenomen

of

Thothmi.s

III.

Much

disintegrated.

XXVIth

dynasty.

Length,

-J^ in.

Blacas Collection, 1867.
[No. 17223.]

1533. Light TII(>T^^^ES III.
1534. Glazed
inscribed with the

blue

XXVIth
steatite

paste Scarab, of type dynasty. Length, f^

G
in.

i,

inscribed

with

the

prenomen

of [No, 46497.]
small
size,

Scarab,

faded to grey,
III,

of type

A

8,

of unusually
sitle.

prenomen of TllOTHMES

(^^^^.

Chipped on one

Saite Period.

Length,

]

in.

2lg

[No. 42971.]

1535. Light blue glazed steatite Scarab, of t\-pc dynasty. Length, H in. 1536. lilue paste Scarab, of t\pe

A

8,

inscribed as

1534. XX\Tth [No. 28875.]

L

i,

inscribed as 1534.

Saite Period.

Length, % in. [No. 38746.]

cartouches,

1537. Glazed steatite .Scarab, faded to gre)', of t\'[:ie containing the prenomen of Thoth.ah'.s Length, yi^ in.

A

5.

On

III.

Chipped.

the base are two base-less XXVIth dynasty. [No. 47 161.]
\\

of

Thothmes

1538. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to )-ellow, of type III. XXVIth dynasty (?). Length, A in.

A

3,

inscribed

ith

the

prenomen

[No. 48813.]

,

1539-1551]

TIIOTIIMES

III.

I51

1539. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type Length, A in. d>nasty.
1540. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to grey, of t\'pe Length, in. dynasty.

A

8,

inscribed as before.

XXVIth

[No. 48845.]
^,-6,

XXVIth

^

A

inscribed as before.

Chipped. [No. 48857.]

1541. Light green faience Cowroid, of naturalistic t}'pe, \\ ith hatched decoration along Chipped. XXVIth fl)-nast)'. Length, {i in. [No. 46578.] the top, inscribed as before.

base-less cartouche, within a rope border.

1542. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type L i, inscribed as before, in a Chipped. Before XXVIth d_\-nast)-. Length, \^ in. [No. 47054-]
1543. Green
glazed
steatite
III,

Scaraboid

Plaque,

inscribed

on

the

flat

side

with

the

prenomen of TiiciTHMKS
Length, |
in.

O

3

Jm

Uncertain

Period

(before

XXVIth

d)'nast\"J.

[No. 16781.] Presented by Miyor-Geti. A. W. H. Merrick, 1879.

1544. Faience Scarab, faded to white, of type
TnOTll.ME.S
III,
'

A

4-8, inscribed with the

prenomen of
[No. 38604.]

^.

Chipped

at

one end.

Saite Period.

Length,

i in.

prenomen of

1545. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to yellow, of tvpe A 8, inscribed with the Thothmes III. XXVIth dynasty. Length, -jV in. [No. 46383.]
1546. Green faience Scaraboid, inscribed

n7
'"
j

^

-i

w
®

XXth-XX\'Ith

rlynast)'.

Length, ^V ''i[No. 28892.]

Tell

1547. Base of a green jasper Scarab, of t)-pe A 7 (?), inscribed Uafnah (Daphnai). Saite Period. Length, Petrie Hist. in.
j|
:

^..r?...

.

Chipped.

From

2046. [No. 18534.] Presented by the Egypt Exploration Ennd, 1887.
Sctznr/'s,

1548. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of

tj'pe

L

2,

with the legs roughly indicated, inscribed

w

(?

part of the

prenomen of TiiOTllME.S
in.

III) within a double line border.

XVIIIth
[No. 4 131.]

^*
^S^

dynasty.

Length, ,%

A)iastasi Collection, 1839.

1549. Green glazed steatite Scaraboid. On the back is cut a figure of a duck, with wings and tail spread, and the head bent back. On the squared base is inscribed the =Qj prenomen of Thothmes III, modified by the substitution of the symbol of Neith ^^---^ for the scarabaeus "Good God, Men-Neith-Ra." Saite Period. Length, A in.
:

[No. 28704.]

1-[J]

o
1550. Blue faience Scarab, of the same t)-pe as 1551, inscribed r^^^
.

the

symbol of Neith being substituted

for the

Thothmes

III.

XXVth-XXVIth

scarabaeus in the magical name of dynasty. Length, ^ in. [No. 32779.]

1551. Blue faience Scarab, of archaistic type (L 3). On the base is inscribed a combination of the magical name of Thothmes III with that of the goddess Neith and two wrt^f/'-feathers. The scarabaeus-sign was altered to the shuttle, emblem of Neith. Fine work nacreous glaze. XXVth-XXVIth dynasty. Length, i in. [No. 22812.]
:

q
i--^^^^
91

M

f?

H U

r

152

CATALOnUE OF SCARAHS,
1552. Light blue paste Scaraboid Plaque.

CVI.IXl iKR-SKALS, KTC.

[1552-1560
cut the figure of the

On

the

obverse

is

hi.s forepaws a knife, ^|^, from which proceeds an nraeiis ; above is the sign ®. On the reverse is an imitation prenomen of TiiOTHMi-s III, with the
rr)«r//r?;//,

Set-animal,

holding between

_-=^
ifc^^>''

'' >'

^

sign,

formed
of
this

like
is

the a

sign

of
of

the

goddess
^.

Xeith

[j

;

on each

^!^^2^^~^

'>^

'*'

side

feather

„iaat,

XX\'Ith

d_\nasty, or

^A^

'7j

earlier.

Length,

'l

in.

[No. 40638.]

1553. Blue faience Scarab, of t\-pe

G

3,

inscribed

w

,

a modification of R.x-KiiKl'Ek.

XXIInd-XX\'th

d\-nast\-.

Length, ^^

in.

[No. 28605.]
6,

1554. Green faience Scarab, of t\-pe
corrupt form
ftf

A

with legs roughly blocked out, inscribed with a

the

prenomen of

Thothmes

III,

t^ %

.</<

.

Ramesside Period.

Length,

i

]

in.

[Xo. 12792.]

1555. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type
inscribed the

G

i,

on the base of which

is

G

prenomen of TnOTH.MES
Length,
g in.

III,

with the sj-mbols

D

t

„^ on either

side.

Ramesside Period.

[Xo. 42860.]
J
i,

1556. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type

inscribed
III.

"

Men-KHEPF.r-[R.v],
the

emanation of

Amen"

^

^

tvj-

C/-

1914,

of

Amenhetep
Length,
No. 4
;

From Arban, on

Khabur (Mesopotamia).
Birch, in Layard,

XVIIIth-XIXth
Nineveh and Babylon

dynast}-.

| in.

[Xo. 103038.]
Miiiiiiiiy, p. 251.

(1853), p. 281,

Budge, The

1557. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to

gre\-,

of t\pe

A

4.

On

the base

is

the

prenomen of Thothmes III, in a horizontal' cartouche, beneath a winged sun and above a scarabaeus, between two w^wZ-fcathers, over a neb. Much chijiped and worn. From Arban, on the Khabur (Mesopotamia). XVIIIth-XIXth
dynasty.

o ^r
(

|]

J^^ -^
R

Length, i

in.

[Xo. 103036.]

l]

^
^^^^

Birch, in Layard, Xineveh

ami Babylon

(1853), p. 281,

No.

I

;

Budge, The

Mtiintiiy, p. 251.

1558. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to

gre\-,

of t\-pe

A

3.

On

the base

is

cut a ro}-al

sphinx, holding the vase 0, symbolic of "praise," with a disk above his back,
loueliant,

'"'^

O
(j

®'

over

the

signs
III

:^\^
;

before

a
is

vertical

cartouche,

containing

the

prenomen of ThotiI-MES

at the

end

a

WtV'.

Much

worn.

From Arban,
in.

on the Khabur (Mesopotamia).
Birch, in Layard. Nineveh

XVI Ilth-XIXth
and Babylon

dynast}-.

Length,!
;

[Xo. 103037.]

(1853), p. 281,

Xo.

2

Budge, The

Mitiiiiiiy, p. 251.

1559. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to ivor}--white, of t}-pe A 7. On the base is a Xileadoration before the obelisk of Amen, b}- the side of .^^ ,^,. behind him is a cartouche containing the prenomen of /*Si| « iTtN Thothmes III, over which are the bee, emblematic of Lower Egypt, and if //ill. 'p' I a disk. Chipped. From Kouyunjik (Xineveh), Ass}-ria. XXIVth-XX\'th \SJ?J 0-*' d}-nast\-. Length, in. [Xo. 98716.] ^^f;^'*'^
god, kneeling in which is a disk;
'
'

,i

1560. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to

gre}-,

of t}pe

G

2,

Thothme.s
Kingdom.

and part of the name of Amen-Ra. Length, i in.
III,
-J

Chipped.

inscribed w ith the prenomen of From Phoenicia. Late Xew

[No. 491

14.]

^

:

1561-1567]

THOTHMES

III.

15:

1561. Glazed steatite Plaque, faded to brown (glaze gone), with rounded ends obverse is rudely cut a figure of a king, wearing the helmet, nraeus, and shenti, seated on a throne

On

the

with lion-legs and a low back.
holds
in in

He
,

r

one hand the sceptre

O
f

— o

and

. Before him are hierogh-phs, including the r^^^ prenomen of TiioTHMES III. On the ^ reverse is a sjDhinx, couchant, wearing the Double Crown. Above is a winged nraeiis. Phoenician peculiar clumsy style. From Amrit.

the other the o]—

corrupt

'

;

XXV'Ith dynasty.

\\

in. b\-

I m. [No. 48 1 7

1.]

1562. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type
sphinx, eouchant, with
disk

A

6-.S.

On

the base

is

cut a

on

head (no nraeus), and the vase

over his

back, above a

cartouche containing the prenomen of Thothmes III, between a male and a female standing figure, both facing From Amrit. XXVIth dynasty. inwards. Phoenician imitation. [No. 48167.] Length, g in.

1563. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type is the prenomen of TnOTiniES III, in an oval, between two ;«rt(?/-feathers with tiraei. F'rom Enl'comi (C\'prus) {British Musenin Excavations). After XVIIIth dynast}'. Length, § in. [No. 97-4-1, 694.]

A

4,

with double lines on back.

On

the base

_

^s^

Murray, Smith, and Walters, Excavations in Cyprus,

PI.

IV, p. 41.

1564. Light green glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type A 3. On is cut the prenomen of Thothmes III. in a plumed cartouche, between nraei, beneath a triple repetition of the signs From w ith nraei. Chipped.
the base

O

,

Maroni

(C}-prus)
in.

{British

Museum

Excavations).

Late

Length, \

Rarnesside Period. [No. 99-6-4, 4.]

\^^
eta
is

sphin.x, couchant,

1565. Blue glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type A 3. On the base above a prostrate enem\', with a cartouche containing the

cut a

ijrenomen of

TaoTH.MES

III

before him and the signs

]

T

,

"Good God,

SJ^,^

"*

-

Lord of the
Gra\'e
5

Two

Lands," above him.

{British

Museum

Excavations).

Chipped. XN'IlIth

From Amathus (Cyprus)
d)'nast\', or later.

^^i^^i^
6.]

m.
Murray, Smith, and Walters, Excirralions in Cyprus, Fig.

Length, [No. 94-1 1-I,

147, 2.

L

I,

1566. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t)'pe On the base is cut G flat. the prenomen of
III, in

TlIOTll.MES

the variant form

u
o

From Amathus

Grave 201 {British Museum

[No. 94-1 i-i, 426.] E.vcavations). XVIIIth d\nast>-. Length, § in. Murray, .Smith, and Walters, Excavations in Cyprus, Fig. 147, I72,

1567. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to yellow, of t\pe A 2-C prenoinen of Thothmes III, between two w^^fZ-feathers, r
^,

inscribed

with

the

and above the symbol of " gold." On double volute. From Amathus: Grave 201
Excavations).

either side
(A'r/Vw/i

'''

a
II
'

^^^

J/«jy«w

XVIIIth

d}-nasty.

Length, | in. [No. 94-11-1,425.]

w ^^
p;^

1)

^ -TUS^^ i^^^^^^W

Murray, Smith, and Walters, Excavations in Cyprus, Fig.

147, 16.

-

154

CATAI^OCUK OF SCARAKS, CVIJX
1568.
LiL;i"it

1

iI:K-SI;aLS,

ETC.

[1568 1576

blue faience Scarabdid, with a c\'nocephalus,

in hicjli

relief,

on the back.
of

nomen
A hi.

On the ^^^ Thothmks III,
^;^^

base
.

is

cut an imitation of the pre-

From A inathns: Grave
X\'
1

201 (5;7'/«/;

}fnscuiii

Excavations).

1

Ith-XIXth

rlynast}-.

Length,

[No. 94-1 i-i, 431.]
Murray, Smith, and Walters, Excavations in
Cypi'iis, Fig. 147, 22.

'^<«r

1569. Light blue paste Scarab, of type A 3. On the base is cut a plumed cartouche containing the prenomen of TiiOTllMF.s II L between two crowned iiraci. Chipped. From Amathus Tomb 242 [British M/isciiiit Excavations). XXVIth dj-nast}' (?) or earlier. Length, in. [No. 94-1 1- i, 410.]
:

i

'^

j:

Murray,

Sniitli,

and Walters, Excavations in Cyprus,

Fig. 147, 27.

cut the prenomen of

1570. Cjlazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t\'pc G 4, flat. On the base is rudely Thothmks III, in a demi-cartouche, with a protecting hawk. -y/*Base holed. From Amathus: Tomb 286 {Britis/i Museum Excavations'). Late T^fl^j"-' '\«.l>'' Ramesside Period. Length, i in. [Xo. 94-1 i-i, 400.]
Murray, .Smith, and Walters, Excavations in Cvpri/s, Fig.
147, 45.

1571. Glazed steatite
is

Scarab, faded to white, of type

A

3.

On

the base
•;aMV ^e:^

inscribed
f/n
'?

'^V ?S"

'

Kough

style.

From

C\'prus.

Ramesside Period,
[No. 99-6-4,
6.J

Length,

in.

1572. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of tN^^e A 3, with deepl\' cut legs. On the is the prenomen of Thotiimes III, spelt with the lunar instead of the solar disk (as a sort of pla\- on the lunar element, Thoth, in the nomen of the king), in a cartouche, crowned with plumes, from the base of which spring two uraci outwards. On cither side is the s_\-mbol of " life." h'nim C\-prus. Uncertain Period, possibh- Sai'te. ^^""^ Length, 3 in. [No. 1902-9-15, 4.]
base

m

1573. Glazed steatite Scarab, of

t\'pc

G

4,

faded to white.

TiioTfntES III, in a demi-cartouche, with a protecting hawk, between whose wings is a disk. Above, are rude
attempts at the signs
Egj'pt," and below
dynast)-.
is
%
I

On

the base

is

the

name _

of

y^
ncl>.

"
,

king of Up]Der and Lower
worn. XlXth-XXIInd [Xo. 1912-3-19, I.]

a

Much

Length,

in.

1574. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type ' 1 r""^ On_ the base is in.scribed "Good God, Men"0 tt KHEPER-R.\ (Thotiimes III)." From Kameiros (Rhodes;: excavations of Salzmann and Biliotti. 1st About dynasty (?). Length, in. [No. 64-10-7, 1998.]

A

3.

XX

;J

It is

inscription to the

probable that this scarab belongs to the XX 1st dynasty, on account of the resemblance of the prenomen of the Tanite king Neter-KHEPER-R.a.

1575. Hlue faience Scarab, of type A 8, flat, with elongated base, on which is cut the cartouche of Thothmes III, with a winged uracus, disk, and ntaiit-ka.t\\er on one side, and the neb on the other. From Kameiros as before. XXVIth dynasty. Length, /^ in.
:

O

[No. 64-10-7, 915.]

nomen

1576. Light blue faience Scarab, of t}-pe A 8, inscribed with the preof TiioTHMES III. h'rnm Kameiros: as before. XXVIth dvnastw Length, ! in. [No. 64-10-7, 895.]

O,

/-^.

'^ W

'

1577 1587]

TIIOTHMES

III.

155

1577. Glazed Steatite Scaraboid, faded to white, with two incised lines round the sides. the base is a cartouche containin<^ the corrupt prenoinen of Thothme.s III, Ra-MENI, between two wrti?7-feathers and two uraei, and beneath a _ _ ^^^ ^"' _ '^"'^'^fy:^ "* From Kameiros as before. winged solar disk.

On

,

:

Late

New Kingdom.

Length,

|J^ in.

[Xo. 64-10-7, 897.]

1578. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of type A, with legs blocked out. On the base is the prenomen of TllOTH.MES III, in the form R.\-Me.\I, in a cartouche, crowned with plumes, between two uraei and two rt«X-//-signs. From Kameiros Grave II: as before. XXV'th dynasty. Length, g in.
:

fcc
\

^J\

H
v_L Q
00 Pn
[Xo. 64-1 0-7,
1

126.]

1579. Glazed steatite Lion, concliaiit, faded to white, with ringperforation on back. On the base is the prenomen Ra-MEXI. in. Vlth dvnastv, or earlier. Length, From Sardinia.

XX

.V

[Xo. 56-12^23,

1

140.]

^^^^

i^^

1580. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t\-pe A 3, w ith deepl\- cut legs. On the is rudely cut a crowned king, seated on a throne, before which stands a man with one hand raised. The king holds an iiracus b\- the tail, and a second nmciis is behind the throne,
base

beneath the signs r^-^
I

.

Ramesside Period.

Length,

-}4 in.

[Xo. 48791.]

I

rudel}'

1581. Glazed steatite circular Scaraboid, or Button-seal, faded to gre)-, with hatched design on the back. On the base is inscribed an imitation prenomen. [No. 47249.] New Kingdom. Diameter, in.
-i-

-;;

'-~—

o

I

I

O

1582. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type

A

3,

w

ith legs

roughly blocked out.

On

the base
| in.

is

cut

T

^

C
in

(Z 1""^
f^iS^.

the style of 602,

q.v.

^luch

worn.

X\

1 1

Ith

dxnasty.

Length,

[Xo. 49756.]
\-ellow, of t}'pe

ro}-al

1583. Faience Scarab, faded to prenomen. XXX'Ith d\-nast\-.

A

8,

inscribed with an imitation

Q
"-j—-'

Length,

-j^ in.

[Xo. 48862.]

\

1584. Glazed
inscribed
Period.

steatite Scarab, faded to gre\-, of

type

G

i,

with the legs not indicated,

with

a

corrupt form of the prenomen of Thoth.ME.S III,
I

O—
-^

.

Ramesside
[Xo. 42962.]

Length,

in.

1585. Glazed steatite Scarab, of t\pe L 2. On the base are roughl\- cut " Great God, Sun of the Two Lands," beneath the scarabaeus (probabh' garbled from aroyal name, perhaps the prenomen of Thothmes III). [Xo. 45985!] Chipped' XXth-XXIInd dynasty (?). Length, | in.
the symbols,

"'_|

_"'
|
^'
I

1586. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t\-pe
the ro\-al prenomen,

A
a

3.

On

the base

is

roughh' cut
d\-nast\-.

m

,

with a protecting

hawk over

)icl>.

About

XX 1st
the base

Length,

| in.

[Xo. 46446.]
tj-pe

1587. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of
cartouche containing the signs,

A

3-6.

On

is

cut a
III),

w

O

(probabh- intended for the prenomen of

Thothme.S

between two protecting hawks, three times repeated.

XV'IIIth d\nast\-, or

later.

Length, | in. [No. 32404.]
U 2

.

156

CATALOGUK OF SCARABS, CVLIXOKk-SKALS,
1588. Lit;ht green glazed steatite Scarab, of
t\-pe .A
3.

ETC.

[1588-1596

On
the

the base are cut the signs

^

(for

Men-KHEPKR-Ra,
X\'I
I

the ]5renomen of

TlloTHMES
A in.

III

?),

hawk

of Horns

^^,

and

anuraeiis.

Ith d>nast_\-.

Length.

[Xo. 41970.]

1589. Green faience Scarab, of t\]3e A 3. On the base is rough!)- cut a sphin.x, with a nraciis above it, before a cartouche containing the ro\-al name R.^-KHEl'EK. Uncertain period after XVIIIth dynasty. Length, f^ in. [No. 46166.]

winged

1590. Rhie glazed steatite Cowroid, with bearled border round the back.

On

the base

o
are inscribed the signs
for

^^
^^^

,

"beautiful

is

Men-[kiie1'ER]-Ra," with an uracils substituted
Length, ,V
in.
I

the

scarabaeus.

X\'IIIth

d\-nast\-.

.\o. ^772.

1591. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of t\"pe On the base is an 2-4, roughl\- cut. imitation royal name, founded on that of TiiOTllMES III. Chipped. About XlXth dynasty. Length, f-^ in. [Xo. 49757.]

A

O

1592. Light blue glazed steatite Scarab, of

t_\|jc

I\I

i,

inscribed with a royal

G
Olid

prenomen confused with the name of A.MEN-R.X.

XlXth

dynast}-, or later.

Length,

[Xo. 28829.]

1593. Faience Scarab, of

t\-pe
"

L

2,

faded to white.
"

On

the base

is

cut the imitation

o
prenomen prenomen
r^'^
:

the s)-mbol of

stability

has been substituted

for the

scarabaeus
?;.

in

the
y in.

§ of TllOTliMES n

III.

About

XXVth
3,

d\-nast\- (reign of

Shabak

Length,
[>''o.

49753.]

1594. I^lue faience Scarab, of

t\-pe

G

prenomen of Thothmes III (confused with between two w/fr^rZ-feathers. XVIIIth-XIXth

inscribed with a corrujjt form of the that of Amen-HETEP III), Q,
d\-nast\(?).

ji^.

Length, § in. [Xo. I7U7-]

o

-vw

^

W#^»
""*

;3A<tM

I)T[^

''t'^

Presented by Major-Gen. A. W. H. Meyriek, 1879.
1595. Light blue faience Plaque, with rounded ends. On \.\\e obverse ., cut the phrase or name (?) Amenanklis, " Amen is her life" and on the — _ ^, J _. — „ — . — ._j . -. .. ^ XVIIIth reverse, "beloved of Men-kheper-R.a (TuoTHMEs III;." [Xo. 27227.] dj-nastN-. Length, in.

— is

—— —

.

——

^wig
-

fsastt'.

f^^,\
^ .%>-\'

; J

.

^^^^K^,

;:

',f|^Pv v^^j^/'

<>

!^^

,

The scarabs and plaques with the name (?) .^menankhs are certainly, from their style, of the reigns of Hatshepset and Thothmes III, and cannot be assigned to Ankhsenamen (Ankhsenpaaten), the wife of Tutankhamen. It is possible that ".\inenankhs" was an appellation of Hatshepset, but as this is uncertain (and it is not certain that the ])hrase is a name at all), the AinciiiiiSk/is scarabs have been placed among the private scarabs in Vol. II. The phrase reappears, in this case certainly a name, as .-\menrapaiankhs (see 1596-1598; in the next reign (.^menhetep II).
.

"Good God, Lord
is

1596. Green glazed steatite Plaque, with rounded ends. On the obverse of the Two Lands, Aa-KHEPERU-R.\ (Amen-HETEP 1 1)," -iiSi., On the re^'erse "hcs^'i in a cartouche, from which spring two pairs of uraei.
the

is

inscribed

_
^'*:^'
"^^^^ii

name

Anienrapaeiiikks,

[1

^7^'

T

'

^'i.

p''eceded

b\-

the

\'i'^_*'

sig"'^

"^S
V

X\TIIth

dynast)-.

Length,
is

g in.

[Xo. 28275.]
of a person, as
it it

".Amenrapaankhs" must here be the name

has a

human

determinative,

n^

^^

^

and, since the determinative

the figure of a child,
(r)

is

possible that this
II.

Amenrapaiankhs, was a princess, daughter

of .\menhetep

She

is

Amenrapaankhs, or otherwise unknown.

^

'

1597-1605]

AMEN-IIKTEl'

II.

157

1597. Green glazed steatite Plaque, with rounded ends. On the obverse is cut a figure ot a royal sphinx, couchant, holding a cartouche containing the prenomen of Amkx-HETEP II

;

above

is

a winged

iiraeiis.

^

On

the reverse

is

the

name

(?)

Amenrapaankhs, \\—^

^^ If'"
[No. 40892.]

preceded

b}'

the signs

.

XVIIIth djnasty.

Length,

^

in.

1598. Glazed steatite Plaque, \\ith rounded ends, faded to white. the figure of the ro)-al ^\i\\\\\y., passant, trampling on the prostrate body of an enemy above is the inscription " Lord of the Two ^— Lands, A.'\-1<HEPER-R.\ (Amen-HETEP II)," surmounted by On the reverse is inscribed the name of the winged disk.
;

On
o

the obverse
/irj*-,
>

is

cut

...J*

A

,

OVS^:
III

ftC

Anien\^Ra'\paiaukhs" as before, [j ^'^^ ,.\

«f
cut).

(the signs

•'Zi.^

preceding were not understood, and are badly

XVIIIth

d)-nast>-.

Length,

.q

in.

[No. 38585.]

1599. Light blue faience Scarab, of t)-pe L 2, inscribed with the prenomen of Amex-HETKP II. X\'IIIth dynasty. Length, -f^ in. [No. 40813-]

^
?^
I I
I

1600. Blue glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 3, inscribed "AmenLength, \ in. HETEP(II) god, prince of Heliopolis." XVIIIth dynasty.
Petrie
:

\\

!——

.i:uf

1

=^=
?
I

.l:^f

Hist. Scarabs, 1311 (assigned to
^

Amen-hetep
'

IV).
'

T
[No. 16905.]
I

ill

"t/^T.l

^

11

^

|

1601. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type

A

3,

inscribed with the

name

of

Amen-HETEP

II,

1^.

X\'IIIth

d\-nast>-.

Length,

i;

in.

[No. 48705.]

name

1602. Blue faience Scarab, of type L 2. On the base is inscribed the Fine work and of Amen-HETEP (II) beneath a lily- or papyrus-bud. [No. 27843.] glaze. XVIIIth d\nast\-. Length. 3 in.

n

^^^

1


i-i

^
n

1603. Sk\--blue faience Scarab, of
base
is

inscribed
in.

Amen-Ra,
Length, §

the beneath a

name
lil}-

of

t\-pe L Amen-HETEP

2,

(II),

with arched back. confused with

On

the

^1
g ^=^
I

or papyrus-bud.

Fine glaze.

XVIIIth

that of d\nast\-.

^ ,_a-^

[No. 28504.]

Amen-HETEP
lily-

1604. Blue faience Plaque, with rounded ends, inscribed on the obverse with the name of (II), confused with that of Amen-Ra, beneath a ---Tr^L or papyrus-bud. On the reverse is the name of Amen-Ra, [I izzzf ^.Z^fi- f^Siirfii^X^
(1
(1

between two w/;-signs,
i in.

h.

XVIIIth dynasty.

Length,

o

1

Z?~'

,

^", *[.])

[No. 27981.]

1605. Blue faience rectangular Plaque.

On

the obverse
is

is

inscribed

the

ro)-al

name

Amex-hktep
uraei.

(II or III),
Asj-iit,

J^

r"'^

On
a

the reverse

a clumsil\--cut Hathor-fetish between two

Yxom

igoj {British

Jlliiseidu

Excavations).

X\'IIIth

d\-nast\-.

Length, f^ in. [No. 47470.]

1

I5S

CATAI.OCUTK OF SCARAIIS, CVI.IXnEK-SKALS,
steatite

F.TC.

[1606 1616

1606. Green <,dazed God, Aa-kiii;i'i:kl-Ra."

Scarab of t\-pe A 3-4, inscribed "Good X\'IIIth ilynast\-. Length, J in.
'

1~I
xJ

[No. 30583.]

1607. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of type K I, inscribed " Gi ; "Good God, Aa-RHE1'ERU-Ra (Amen-HETEP II}." XV I Ith dynasty. Length, in. VI [No. 38653.]
,5

G

i*"^?
I

1

*fj>^*'

:^'-S..."
"
;:i

1608. Light_ blue faience Scarab, of t\-pc L 2, inscribed A.\-KHE1>ERU-R.\ (Amkn-iieteI' IL." XVIIl'th dynast)-. Length,
//ist.

Good
in.

God,
Petrie
:

o

Scarabs, 1094.

[No. 16903.]

1¥I
'\^

1609. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of ty]3e A 3, inscribed " Good God, Aa-K1IEPEKU-R.\ (Amen-HETEP II)." Carefully cut and inscribed in a peculiar hard style. X VI Ilth d\-nastv. Length, in.
i;

O

H^^i
^

M

,

[No. 32379.]

J^

1610. IMue glazed_ steatite Plaque^ with upper end round. On the obverse (base) is inscribed "Good God, Aa-KHEPERU-R.\ (Amex-HETEP II)." On the reverse is cut an uracils in high relief XVI Ilth dynast}-. Length, Mn. [No. 2SS09.]
'

1611. Faience

Scarab,
]

faded
:

to

"Aa-KHEPERU-Ra (Amen-HETEP
d\-nasty.

II),

yellow, of type 3, prince of Thebes."

A

inscribed

©
^ T

XVIIIth

Length,

in.

Loftie

Essaj\\>^xK\K.

[No. 24160.]

^ v^

1612. Iilue faience Scarab, of tj-pe
the prenomen of TlloTHMES the latter. X\'I I Ith d\-nast\-.
I,

A

3,

w

ith

oval base, inscribed

O
probabl\

Thothme.S
in.

II,

or

Amen-HETEP

II,

Length, f^

Vetne: H;st.' Scarabs,

lo'&y.

1613. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type A 3, with the legs mughl)- blocked out, and low back. On the base is cut " A.\-KHEPERU-R.A (Amen-HETEP II), Beautiful of existences." X\'IIIth d\nast\-. Length, fi- in. [No. 42931.]
1614. Deep blue faience Scarab, of type .V 3, with legs striated, inscribed with the prenomen of Amen-HETEP II, in a cartouche, and the inscription

gT]

,/^/3^

"^iTj*

X

Tw,
:

"Hathor,

life
1

of existences."
26.

XX'IIIth d\nast\-.

Length,

i;

in.

\' •:.":».,

Petrie

H/s/. Scarabs,

[No. 4067.]

SC^jr^
/^Sl;

/

1615. Light blue faience Plaque, with rounded ends. On the obverse inscribed the name of king Amen-HETEP II, with a lotus-bud and stalk above it. On the reverse is the inscription " Beloved of Amen-R.\," XVIIIth dynasty. Length, |i in. [No. 40815.]
is

(u^^ A
j'lK^^jff^.'

.•»^^-

^\„^^

v^W
"beloved of

1616.
is

Long

half of a blue glazed Plaque, with rounded ends, on the obverse of which

inscribed

"[Good] God, Aa-rheI'ERU-R.a,"

<-=•

,

and on the

reverse,

[q-]Amen-R.\,"
[

1*J]
XVIIIth dynasty.
l[ll]

c}3

I

Length,

:|

in.

[No. 4072.]

'^Ix.

Bcliiwre Collection, 1843.

1617-1624]

AMEN-HETEP

II.

159

1617. Light blue glazed steatite Scarab, of type

A

3,

inscribed
II),

"

Good God,

I

Lord of the
Chipped.

Lands, A.\-KHEPERU-Ra Length, X\'IIIth d\-nast_\-.

two

(Amen-HETEP
Loftie
:

beloved of Amen."
[No. 24 1 6 1.]

^^

At^

Essav, xc.

\\\
inscribed 1618. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of type 3, of the Two Lands, Aa-KHEPERU-R.-\ (Amen-HETEP II), giving life for e\"er." The cartouche is placed on the sign for " gold."

A

"Good God, Lord
XVIIIth
dynast)'.

II

o

fA

Length,

y'V in.

[No. 37768.]

f"s;i«n

On the 1619. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type 3. is the inscription " Good God, Lord of the Two Lands, Aa-kheperu-Ra (Amen-HETEP II), giving life for ever." Beneath the cartouche is the ideograph of " gold." Clumsih[No. 4070.] XVTIIth dynasty. Length, | in. cut.
base

A

1i

o

'>mflO

1620. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 3-4, inscribed "Good God, Lord of the Two "Lands, Aa-KIIEPERU-R.\ (Amen-HETEP II), appearing (as)
king."

1=J

XVIIIth

d\'nast\'.

Length, Jf

in.

[No. 28683.]

±1
,

On 1621. Blue glazed steatite Scarab, faded to purple, of t}-pe 3, with low back. the base is cut " Aa-KHEPERU-R.\ (Amen-HETKP II), lord of Risings, Good Tz^T^"^
God."

A

Above

the inscription

is

the winged solar disk

;

below

is

the figure

HM-

^
|

,

symbolizing "m\Tiads of )-ears." The colour of this scarab has changed from ^ Length, ^ in. blue to purple. XVIIIth dynasty. [Xo. 40812.]

q

1622.

liright

blue

faience

Scarab,

of type

A

3,

inscribed

"Aa-

Lands, Good God, appearing (as) lord of valour, smiting the chiefs of the Nine Bows." Ver\Petrie Length, li in. XVIIIth dynasty. fine colour and cutting. [No. 4069.] His/. Scarabs, 11 38; Newberr>- Scarahs, PL xxv, 10.

KHEPERU-Ra (Amex-HETEP

II),

Lord of the

Two

:

:

y

"

1623. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of tj-pe Aa-kiieperu-R.1 (Amen-HETEP II), lord of
'

A

4.

On

the base

is

inscribed
d\-nast\-.

princes."

XVIIIth

h^
-

Length,

f in.

[No. 32403.]

Scarab, of type A 3, inscribed " AaKHEPERU-Ra (Amen-HETEP II), prince of Thebes, lord of valour, beloved Length, j in. XVIIIth dynast}-. Chipped on lower edge. of Amen." [No. 16907.] Petrie: Hist. Scarabs, 11 36. AiKtstasi Collection (II), 1857.

1624. Green

glazed

steatite

'

i6o

CATAI.OCUE OF SCARABS, CYMNDER-SKALS, KTC.
1625. Green glazedsteatite Scarab, of tvpe
3, inscribed with the prenomen lord of valour, beloved of Aincn-Ra."

[1625-1633

A

0i

of "

Amen-HETEP

II,

Aa-KHEPERU-Ra,
| in.

XVIIIth dynasty.

Length,

[No. 40H47-]

r"^

[ 1626. Green glazed
.steatite

llli|o >

Ra (Amen-HETEP
Amen."

II),

offering

Back much worn.

Scarab, of type 3-4, inscribed " A.\-KHEPERUhis two hands, lord of xalour, beloved of XVIIIth dvnasty. Length, \^ in. [No. 28568.]

A

I
Y-

(Amen-HETEP

1627. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of t\-pe A 3, inscribed "AA-KUErERU-R.\ II), beloved of Amen-Ra." Above the cartouche is the winged Vivid colour. XVIIIth d>'nasty. Length, f in. solar disk. [No. 40806.]

r^^Q

©

(Amen-HETEP [EN-HETEP

1628. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 4, in.scribed "Aa-KHEPERU-Ra Amen-Ra," beneath a winged solar disk. XVIIIth II), beloved of Amen-"^ Petrie His. ist. Scarabs, 112;. d\nast\-. Length, in. [No. 4068.]
'\
:

TgI |H:="1 ^ ^ ["""^ '"'"^ O A
-^=3f^

1629. Green

glazed

steaschist
II),

-Scarab,

KHEPERU-R.I (Amen-HETEP XVIIIth d}'nast\-. solar disk.

beloved Length, | in.

of t\'pe 3-4, inscribed "Aaof Amen-Ra," beneath a winged

A

[No. 28103.]

1630. Glazed steatite Scarab, of
inscribed

t_\pe

A

3,

"king Aa-KHEPERU-Ra (Amen-HETEP
Length,

faded to white. On the base is II), beloved of Amen-Ra."
I

X \'

1 1 1

th d_\-nast\'.

m.
[No. 49760.]

Plaque, faded to white, with rounded ends, "king of Upper and Lower Egj-pt, AaKHEPERU-Ra (Amen-HETEP II), beloved of Amen-Ra"; and on tin" Aa-KHEPERU-R.A, chosen of Amen-Ra." XVIIIth chnasiy. revere [No. 28615.] in. Length,
1631. Glazed steatite inscribed on the obverse
;i

_•

'

/

*ltt//V^

_
'

~

--^
'

(Amen-HETEP

1632. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A II), chosen of Amen-Ra for ever." Length, g in.

3,

inscribed

"

Aa-KH1:peru-R.\

Ll_L?f
n

\

Chipped.

XVIIIth

dynast}-,

|mmi,

^

[No. 30584.]

e

I

\sJ

1633. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 3-4, inscribed " Lord of the (Two) Lands, Aa-KHEPERU-R.\ (Amen-HETEP II), emanation of Amen-Ra." Chipped on one side. XVIIIth dynasty. Length, \ in.
[No. 28312.]

Ill

\Q

r""^

t^

"

1634-1640]

AMEN-HETEP

II.

I6l
inscriberl with the

1634. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of t>-pe
)f

A

3,

Amen-HETEP

II,

Aa-KHEPERU-Ra,
House of

in

the two obelisks in the

Amen

a cartouche, [""^
!

prenomen and the words "Stable are
.

XVII Ith

dynasty.

Length,

| in.

[No. 41875.]

1635. Green glazed steatite Plaque, with rounded ends.

On

the obverse

is

inscribed the

prenomen of Amex-HETEP II, in a cartouche, from which spring two pairs of uraei, beneath the winged solar disk. On the reverse is inscribed " Not found is the heart offering (in) the temple of Amen-Ra." XVIIIth d}'nast\-. Length, i in. Petrie "
:

'^'^ '^

'^.
>

//t'st.

Scarabs, 1103.

Hay

Collection, 1868.

p^^^
[No. 16900.]

\\
I

^^ ^^
C\
1 I

fe-^

1636. Glazed steatite Plaque, with rounded ends, faded to white, the obverse is a Horus-hawk, with an uracils behind it, before a cartouche containing the prenomen of Amex-HETEP II, above the s\mbol of the union of Upper and Lower Egypt. On the reverse is inscribed XVIIIth d\-nast\-. in. bv in. [No. 48898.]

is

,

On

'
t

—~

r.
,

--n

.j,-

l

^\ ^^ ;^

:;

.V

1637. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of
inscribed with the

t}-pe

A

3,

.Kcarelessl)^

name and

titles

of

Amen-HETEP

II.

XVIIIth dynasty.
[No. 42589.]

SS
u
w
''"

Length,

^

in.

1638. Green glazed steatite rectangular Plaque. On the obverse god Mentu, seated on a throne, and holding the wc^j-sceptre before him
;

is

cut a figure of the

,-^,_-^__^.

is

inscribed

"Good
is

god,

Men-KHEPEK-Ra (Thothmes
"

III)''

^
I

o
^

On

the

reverse

inscribed

Aa-KHE1'ERU-Ra

(A MEX-

V

o

HETEP

II),

Son of Amen-Ra,'

XVIIIth dynasty.

Length, Jf

in.

[No. 30581.]

1639. Faience Scaraboid, faded to white, with back
of a figure of Taurt, holding the sign

cut
is

in

open-work,
"

in

the form

y-

O"

t^^e

base

inscribed
i

A.A.-KHEPEKU-RA
[No. 48893.]

(Amex-HETEP

II),

lord of truth."

XVIIIth dynasty.

Length,

in.

1640. Carnelian brick-shaped Plaque. On the obverse is cut a figure of a king, seated on a chair, offering straw to a horse, which prances before him above is a cartouche containing the prenomen of Amex-HETEP II.
;

On
arm

the reverse with his
;

is

a figure of a king,

\\

ith a

bow slung

over his

left

left

a dagger

in his

hand he seizes an ibex by the horns and raises right hand to strike it before him is inscribed
;

"Good
§
in.

god,

Aa-KHEPERU-Ra (Amen-HETEP
Andreivs

II)."

Chipped.

XVIIIth

d)nast\-.

Length,

Petrie: ffisf. Scarabs, 11 iS.

Collection, \i\%.

[No. 4074.]

,

.

1

62

CATALOCUK OF
1641. Yellow jasper
flat
is

SCARAISS, fYLINDER-SEALS, KTC.

11641 1647
fif^'ure

brick-shaped Plaque.
inscribed

On

the obverse

is

cut a

of a bull,

passant ; beneath his head
is

firm of heart," abov

On a cartouche containing the prenomen of Amen-IIKTEP II. the reverse is a horse, passant, with, in the field, the inscription
n
[I

"'

_

I,

" Aa-/icit-qeii-f-.\ iiieii,"

possibly

the

animal's

name

'^''^

(perhaps to be corrected to Aa-seqeii-f-Ajiteii, "Great one

whom Amen makes
1119; Newberr)-: [No. 4077.]

valiant").

XVIIIth
xxx,
3.

d\nast>-. '
'

Length,

J-^
'

in.

Petrie

:

Hist.

Scarabs,

Scarabs,

PI.

The lower
in 1840.

art of the time,

part of this plaque, which is probably one of the finest known specimens of the seal-engraver's was acquired with the Sams Collection in 1834 the upper part was presented by M.J. Dubois
;

1642. Dark green jasper brick-shaped Plaque.
r"""^

On
heart."

the obverse

is

cut the figure of a

bull, passant, with the

inscription

firm

of

On

the reverse is a figure of a lion, passant, with a similar inscripXV'IIIth dynasty (reign of tion arranged in the same way.

Amen-hetep
bull

II).

Length,

fi- in.

[No. 29251.]
is

1643. Blue composition Plaque, with rounded ends. On the obverse in the treading down the prostrate bod\' of an Asiatic enemy
:

cut a figure of a

field is

inscribed "firm of heart,"

_=

.

it and the s\-mbols of " stabilit)on the neb-^x^w, with a lih'-stalk and "life" before it. Probably of the reign of AMen-HETEP II (see [No. 40664.] 1641,1642). XVIIIth dynasty. Length, ^ in.
'

Y behind

On
.

the reverse

is

cut an uraeus
.

;''^-'~'

'^^C

^
X

-~v_ 'Lv

i?^

'

K^^jjd^^^u-J^ ^^r^ ^^^^^ ^""^

-

of a

1644. Dark green glazed steatite Scarab, of t)'pe A 3, on the base of which is cut a figure © hawk-headed sphinx, coiichant, above a prostrate prisoner above is a winged uraeus, and before him is the prenomen of Amen-HETEP II. '>=' t'.tvTy.-i;
;

XVIIIth

dj-nasty.

.SVi-rmiJj, PI.

xxx,

5.

Petrie Hist. Scarabs, Length, -fr, i"Anastasi Collection {\\), \'i,^-j.
:

1

108

Newberrx' [No. 16915.]
;

:

^
\\\

1645. Green glazed steatite Plaque, with rounded ends. interlaced design of lilies and uraei, and on the other is cut figure of the ro\-al lion, or panther, trampling on a prostrate
prisoner, abo\-e

On
a

one side

is

a double

whose head

is

the

prenomen of .\MK.\-nETl-:p
is

II,

Aa-KHEPERU-R.\.
"

Above

the lion

the inscription
]
]
|

c

\

III

beloved of the gods," corrupted into

|

I V"-

X\'

1 1

Ith dynasty.

Length,
is

ij'

in.

[No. 40808.]

1646. Glazed steatite Plaque, with rounded ends. On the obve/se royal sphinx, /(?.ovw/, trampling on the prostrate body of a prisoner. In front is a cartouche containing the prenomen of 'Amen-HETEP II,

cut a figure of the

and

in

the field are the

inscriptions
is

|

14'

T,

"Good

cod," "

and

f,
1

" Prince."

On

m^r^-^-

f^i^^BF^'

—•^V>"^,
:^^i^:

the reverse

XVIIIth

dynast)'.

an interlaced design of flowers and uraet. Length, ji in. [No. 38655.]

1647. Green glazed steatite Plaque, with rounded ends. On the obverse is cUt a royal sphinx, wearing wig and uraeus, passant, before a cartouche containing the prenomen of

Amen-hetep

II,

Aa-kiikpeku-Ra

;

in

the field

is

inscribed

1I

=

'- Good

god.

Lord of the Twcj Lands." On the four x'olutes, and foiu" nraei, knotted in

reverse

is cut an elaborate rosette of four petals, the centre. XVIIIth dynast)-. Length, ,% in. [No. 27282.]

.

:

1648-1656]

AMEN-HETEI'

II.

l6^

1648. Green glazed steatite Plaque, with rounded ends. of a royal sphin.x', wearing the he\m, /)i7ssai/t; in the field ® is god, prince, Aa-KHEPERU-Ra inscribed "Good (Amen-HETEI' II)." On the reverse is inscribed " Aa-KHEPERU-R.A, son of Amen." XVIIIth dynasty. Ill Length, | in. [No. 32366.]

On
li

the ol>rrrsc

is

cut a ligure

i^i^^

1649. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type On the base is cut 3. sphinx, coucJiant, with the inscription " Lord of the Two Lands, good god, Aa-KHEPERU-Ra (?) " below, a figure of Bes, full-face, standing between two cartouches, each containing the prenomen of Amen-HETEP II (Aa-KHEPERU-Ra). In the perforation are the remains of an ancient bronze rod, used for fixing the scarab as the bezel of a ring. XVIIIth dynasty. Length, | in. [No. 29452.]
;

A

abov e, a

1650. Green glazed steatite Plaque, with rounded ends. On the obverse is cut a royal sphinx, coucliaut, with human hands holding an pffering above is a winged uracils. On the reverse is the prenomen of Amen-HETEP II, Aa-KHEPERU-Ra, in a cartouche, between four iiraci, two on each side, and surmounted by a winged disk. X\'IIIth d)-nast_\-. Length, | in. [No. 4201 1.]
;

1651. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of t}-pe 3-4, on the base of which of a royal sphinx, wearing the helm, couchant, on the «^'(^-sign, before the

A

is

cut a figure

prenomen of
Length,
|

G

Amen-HETEP U. Jg
Petrie
:

;

above
1 1

is

a winged iiraeus.

XVIIIth dynasty.

in.

Hist. Scarabs, 11

[No. 16906.]

1652. Green glazed steatite Plaque, with rounded ends. On the obverse is cut a figure of a rojal .sphinx, couchant, holding a cartouche containing the pre^__^ nomen of Amen-HETEP II; behind is a winged uraeus. On the ../^5i^ffea\ reverse is the figure of an ibex, couc/iaiit, between two pine-twigs or 'Zf^.^ \/^^i_jZ'j ^palm-branches. XVIIIth d}-nast}-. Length, in. [No. 37766.]

1653. Glazefl steatite Scarab, faded to white, of
of a king holding
|

t\-pe

A

3.

On

the base are cut a figure
II.

and

-)-

,

and a cartouche containing the prenomen of Amen-HETEP
J

XVIIIth dvnastv.

Length,

[No. 38766.]

1654. Green glazed steatite Plaque, with rounded ends.
of a king, wearing the helm and holding
taining the

On

the obverse

is

cut a figure

^Tp
.

the crook, standing before a cartouche con-

prenomen of Amen-HETEP
uraei.

II,

On

the reverse
in.

is

a rosette of four petals

and

four

X\'IIIth

d\'nasty.

Length, y^

[No. 28319.]

1655. Green glazed steatite Plaque with rounded ends. The obverse is On the reverse is cut a pattern of four uraei., interlaced to form XVIIIth d\-nast\-. Length, A in. Anastasi Collection, a knot in the centre. [No. 3987.] 1839.
as 1654.

^>^

"

r

^^^

1656. Green glazed steatite brick-shaped Plaque. The On the reverse is a standing figure of obverse is as 1654. Amen-Ra, with his name in the field on the long sides are two figures of Mentu. XVIIIth dynast)-. Length, | in. [No. 30026.]
;

~
,,^,>^
'

r^s^^
Cj

f'^'--

ts?=^.

j^2j

X 2

;

;

164

CATALOGUE OF SCARABS, CVLIXDER-SEALS,

ETC.

[1657 1665

1657. Green glazed steatite rectangular Plaque. On the odvcrsr is cut a figure of a king holding the crook in the field is in.scribed " Good god, [Lord] of the Two Lands. Aa-KIIEPEI<U-R.\ (Amex-HETEP II)." On the reverse is a ro>-al sphinx, fw/f/M/;/, before a cartouche containing the same prenomen abox'e is inscribed "Lord of the Two Lands,
;
;

good

god,"


is

I?.

.W'lllth d\nast\-.
'

Length,

i

in.

Fetrie

:

//«/.

.SVr?/v^/»j-,

1

1

1

7.

[N".4073-]

1658. Green glazed steatite Plaque, with rounded ends. On the obverse is cut a standing figure of a king wearing the helm and holding the crook in the field is inscribed " A.\-KHEPERU-R.\ (Amex-HETEP II), emanation of Amen." On the reverse is a figure of a king, holding the crook and flail, seated in a funerary boat
;

^"^^

©

^"'
h t^^:^
'

before

him

the

prenomen of Amen-HETEP

II,

spelt

<_=..

XVIIIth

d)nast\-.

Tv^

Length, -^

in.

^
A

[\o, 16904.]

1659. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type On the base is cut a figure of a king, 3. seated on a throne, in the royal costume of helm and long apron, holding crook and flail in the field is inscribed "Lord of the Two Lands, Aa-KHEPEKU-R.\ (Amex-HETEP II), good god." XVIIIth dynasty. Length, ^^ in. "Loix^vt: Essay, y.c\. [No. 24162.] 1660. Green glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of
t_\-pe

A

3.

On

the base
|
,

is

cut the
jrf*-

prenomen of Amen-HETEP

II,
is

Aa-KIIEPERU-R.\,

in

a cartouche,

(o | JB E

between a hawk (on whose head
the crown of
the ring

a wrtr?/-feather, from which ]3rojects the volute of

(

-•'^r3>-'
^

Lower Egypt C\
and an
iiraeits,

),

and

a protecting

hawk-wing, from which depend
the sign
(>•
.

'

'

Q

in

front of

which

is

Alid

XVIIIth

d\nast\-.

Length, fin.

[Xo. 45666.]

1661. Green faience Plaque, with rounded ends. On the obverse is a hawk with extended wings, of peculiar design, with a disked itraeus on each side. On the reverse is inscribed the

prenomen of

"

A.MEX-HETEi'
Length, f

II,
in.

Aa-K.HEPERU-(ka)-R.\, Lord of the

Two

Lands,"

O T7Z^-

XVIIIth d\nasty.

^
[No. 40S14,]

3^

III

1662. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of

Amex-HETEP
which
is

type inscribed with the 3, a cartouche, between two protecting hawks, below the symbol of " gold," from either side of which protrudes a
II,

A

prenomen of

in

wr/^fZ-feather.

XVIIIth

d}-nast}-.

Length,

%

in.

Salt

Colleetioii,

1835.

[No. 4065.]

1663. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of

tj'pe

A

3,

with deepl\- cut

legs, inscribed

with

a cartouche containing the prenomen of Amex-HETEP II, placed upon the sign for "gold," f^iSf^, and between two protecting hawks with whi|5s upon their backs. XVIIIth d\"nast\-.

Length,

-U- in.

[Xo. 40805.]

1664. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of t}-pe A 3-4, inscribed with the prenomen II, in a cartouche, from which spring two iiraei, beneath a winged solar disk, and above the ideograph of "gold." XVIIIth dxnasty. Length, ; in. [No. 27888.]
of

Amex-HETEP

1665. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type 5, inscribed with the prenomen of Amen-HETEP II, in a cartouche, between two iiraei, surmounted b\- the winged sun, and placed above the s_\-mbol of " gold." XVIIIth d>nast>-. Length, ^ in. [No. 46436.]

A

1666 1675]

AMEN-HETKI'

11.

165

1666. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of t}'pe
of

Amkn-HETP;p
disk,

II,

Aa-KHEPERU-Ra,

winged solar

and

3, inscribed with the prenomen a cartouche, between two itraei. Above is the below the sign for "gold," r*sr|. XVIIIth djnastv. Length, if in.

A

in

[No. 38606.]

1667. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type 3, inscribed with the prenomen of II, in a cartouche, from which spring two pairs of uraci, beneath the winged solar disk. Chipped on both sides. XVIIIth d\nast\-. Length, -^^ in. [No. 28661.]

A

Amex-hetep

o

1668. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of

tj'pe

A

4,

flat.

On

the base

is

inscribed the

prenomen of Amen-HETEP
fetish

II,

Aa-KHEPER(j/c)-Ra,

O

,

between the volute-horns of the

Hathor-head, from which

depend two

?iraei.

XVIIIth dynasty. Length, fi

in.

[No. 27008.]

1669. Light blue faience Plaque, with rounded ends, inscribed on the
obverse reverse
"
is

/:la<fe\

<«»"''••*

Aa-KMEPERU-Ra (AmEN-HETEP
in.

IIj,

rightful
uraei.

prince."

On

the

Length, \

cut a Hathor-fetish with Loftie Collection.

pendent

XVIIIth dvnastw
[No. 24269.]

p^^ ^^^ ^: 'ii'l ^Qj^ \-^

Amen-HETEP
and
feathers,

1670. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of t\-pe A 3-6, inscribed with the prenomen of II, in a cartouche, from which springs a pair of uraei, beneath the atef-\\orn^
fJ

y

,

and

above
,|

a

representation
Petrie
:

of

a

collar

with

hawk-headed

clasps.

XVIIIth

dx'iiasty.

Length,

in.

Hist. Scarabs, 1096.

Salt Collection, 1835. [No. 3967.]

1671. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of t\-pe On the base are 3. inscribed the prenomens of Thothmes III and Amen-HETEP II, in cartouches, with the «^;'-sign between them, beneath a winged Fine work. XVIIIth scarabaeus, from which issues a pair of iiraei. dynast}-. Length, j in. [No. 29233.]

A

O

o

(Amex-HETEP

1672. Blue faience Scarab, of type A 3, inscribed "Good god, Aa-Kheperu-Ra II)" from the cartouche spring three pairs of uraei. Head broken off XVIIIth dynast}-. Length, | in. Petrie: Hist. Scarabs, iioj. Salt Collection, \%t,^. [No. 4066.]
;

M
o

1673. Green glazed steatite Plaque, with rounded ends.

On
j

the obverse

is

ii-iscribed

"Good
each

god,

Aa-KHEPERU-Ra (Amen-HETEP

II),"

|T
(

^^

1,

between
ith

six nraei, three

on

side.

On

the reverse

is

cut a

Hathor-head (sistrum-type), w

two dependent uraei

(wearing the crown of Upper Egypt), and three reversed w^r-signs, YY], between the horns.

XVIIIth

dynast}-.

Length,

^

in.

[No. 41991.]

1674. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type A 3. On the base is cut a cartouche containing the prenomen of Amex-HETEP II, Aa-KHEPERU-Ra, above the

ideograph of

"

union,"

^

,

with which are combined
| in.

two wrtrtAfeathers and two

uraei.

XVIIIth

d}nast}-.

Length,

[No. 39015.]

1675. Glazed steatite Cowroid, faded to grey, of naturalistic t\'pe. On the base is the II, in a cartouche, between two ;«rtrt/-feathers, from which spring uraei. XVII Ith dynasty. Length, || in. [No 4680 1.]

prenomen of Amex-HETEP

1

66

CATALOCUK

(l].'

SCARABS, r\r,[Xr)ER-SEALS, KTC.

[1676 1685

1676. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of tjpe A 3-6, inscribed with the prenomen of Amen-HETEI' II, in a cartouche, between two W(?r?/'-feathers and two //^f/'Signs, reading " Aa-KIIEPERU-Ra, rightful prince" (^/>is). Chi])ped at the sides. Rough work. XVIIIth d)'nast\\ Length, in. [No. 28634.]
;;

--^

...

n
tlie

1677. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of t\-pe K i, inscribed with prenomen of "Amex-HETEP II, Aa-KHEPERU-R.\, loving (or, beloved Maat (truth)." XVIIIth dynast}-. Length, § in.

of)

[No. 37767.]

Ill

1678. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type
inscribed with the

A

3,

with deepl\' cut

legs,

^o
(J

O

prenomen of Amex-HETEP

II,

between two

;«,r7^F/-feathers

U

and two

wc/^-signs.

XVIIIth

d}'nast\'.

Length,

g in.

[No. 37764.]

q

P^

of

1679. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t}-pe A 3, inscribed with the prenomen II, in a cartouche, between two wr?(7/-feathers, from which spring iiraei. XVIIIth dynasty. Length, yi^ in. [No. 47293.]

Amen-HETEP

1680. (jreen glazed steatite Scarab, of type
of

A

3-4.

On

the base are cut the

prenomen

Amen-HETEP

II,

a

hawk, and
j-i in.

the

figure of

an

nraeiis

above two

«(7'-signs,

XVIIIth dynasty.
1681. (jrecn

Length,
glazed

[No. 38658.]
Scarab,
of
tj'pe

^

(/ri^.

steatite

A

3,

inscribed

with

the

]jrenomen

of

Amen-HETEP
dj-nast}-.

II

and the signs of "truth,"

M, "goodness," T,

and

'^z;:^.

X\'IIIth

Length,

^

in.

[No. 40807.]
t\'pe

1682. (jlazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of

A

3,

inscribed with the

prenomen of Amen-HETEP II, in a cartouche, surrounded by a continuous spiral Fine style. Chipped and much worn. XVIIIth d\'nast\". Length, \^ in. border.
Petrie
:

Hist.

Scarabs,

1097; Newberr\-

:

Scarabs,

PI.

x.xx,

15.

D' Atlianasi Col[No. 3944.]

lection, 1837.

1683. Glazed steatite Scarab, of t_\4)e K 2 the glaze is almost entirel)' worn is cut a cartouche containing the name Neeeru-KHEPER-K.\, with seven annules round it, below a cartouche containing the prenomen of Amex-HETEP II,
:

off.

On

the base

(o I J^

•*''"•

XVIIIth d\nasty.

Length,

%

in.

I

[No. 42794.]

1684. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of t\-pe On the base, within a border the back are incised uraei. of annules is a name of Amen-HETEP II (?), NeferuKIIEPER-KA. It forms the bezel of a plain silver ring, to XVIIIth which the swivel is attached by silver wire. [No. 37674-] dynasty. Length, f in.
'

K

2,

with a snake's head.
.^1^^^*

On

1685. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of ty|je K 2, roughl\- cut. On base is the same inscription as 1683-4, within a border of eleven annules. XVIIIth dynasty. Length, J in. [No. 40688.J
the

'^^^

1

1686-1695]

THOTHMES

IV.

i6;

1686. Glazed steatite rectangular Plaque, faded to white.
figure of a fish, with lotus-buds issuing from
its

On
II ?)

the obverse

is

cut the

mouth

;

and on the

reverse

is

the sign

(1

(the

first

sign of the

name

of

Amen-HETEP

^^^^^\

,'*-**P^^li

between a papyrus plant, {jK, s)-mbolizing the North, and a Hathorsistrum,

mounted on
in.

a reversed w/'-sign, i:=^.

XVIIIth dynasty

(reign of

AiMEN-llETEP

II).

Length, f

[No. 38878.]
t\-]je

1687. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of

A
"

3,

inscribcfl with a corrupt ro\al


X^^i ^^^g;
dynast)-.

prcnomen

"

Aa-K.vu-R.-\,"

,

and the words
II;
later

Lord of the

Two

Lands,"
'

U^,
(possibly intended
for

I

I

.

Amen-HKTEP

than

Thothmes

I).

XVIIIth

Length,

\ in.

[No. 4206 1.]
gre}'.

1688. Glazed
cut

the

steatite Plaque, with rounded ends, faded to inscription " Me\-KHEPEKU-Ra (Thuthme.s IV),

On

the obverse
-v "''^'-~-

is

O
^^^^

good

prince."
P,

On

,^

and the

name Thothmes, prenomen Men-KHEPERU-R.A. Rough work.
the
reverse

'^x
fe^^'.
f-.^^''

are

the

[ji

\%\
H'

'/PS^

.

XVIIIth dynasty.

Length, ii

in.

[No. 38638.]

X^^'j

1689. Blue-green glazed steatite Scarab, of t)-pe A 3, faded to a light chocolate brown, inscribed with the prenomen of TuoTHMKS IV within a double border; the scarabaeus sign is gigantic in comparison with the others. XVIIIth dynast)'. Length, -,\ in. Petrie Hist. Scarabs, 1140. [No. 4079.]
:

1690. Blue-green glazed steatite Scarab, of

t)-pe

A

3,

inscribed

with the
in.

prenomen of

Thothmes

IV, )~^-

Much

worn,

XVIIIth

d\nast\-.

Length,

i;

[No. 16740,]
1691. Blue faience Scarab, of type L IV. Fine glaze and colour. Loftie: Essay, xcii.
2,

inscribed with the

prenomen of
Length, ^^ in. [No. 24163.]

G
^^^^

THOTHME.S

XVIIIth dynasty.

'^^

1692. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type A 3-4, inscribed oTHMES (IVj Kh.\-KH.^U." Chipped on one side. XVIIIth d\-nast\'. Length, -j\ in. [No. '3239S.] 1693. Blue
faience

q
(11

'^^

*;^^4-n

J
III

I'

Scarab,

of

t)pe

A
[in]
in.

3,

inscribed

•'

Men-

O

KHEPERU-R.\ (THOTHME.S IV), appearing and colour. XVIIIth dynast)'. Length, |
1

Thebes."

Fine glaze
[No. 4071.]

Q

Petrie: Hist. Scarabs,

164.

"Lord

1694. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to gre)', of t)'pe A 3, inscribed of the Two Lands, Men-kheperu-R.4 (Thothmes IV), powerful of appearings," XVIIIth d\'nast)'. Length, % in. [No. 46527.]

o
1 1

III

1695. Glazed
"

steatite

Mex-KHEPEKU-R.\ (Thothmes
|

Scarab, faded to greenish-white, of t\pe G i, flat IV), establishing right," with a scarabaeus-sign
\\
,

;

inscribed
^^
'

'

from which spring two uraei
[

confused with

(1

J).

The type is
11 59.

unusual.

-^

sic

XVIIIth dynasty.
tion,

Length, f

in.

Petrie: Hist. Scarabs,

Blacas Collec-

1867.

[No. 16908.]

:

1

68

CATALOCUE OF SCARABS, CYLINl iKR-SEALS,

ETC.

[1696 1705

1696. Glazed

steatite
in.

Scarab,

"king

Mf.n-kiii:peku-Ra
Length,
i;

(Thothmes

faded to white, of type 3, IV), beloved of Amen."

A

inscribed

XVIIIth

dynast}'.

o

r""^

[No. 49761.]

\\\
"Men-kheperu-Ra (Thothmes
1697. Blue-green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 3, inscribed IV), beloved of Amen-Ra." Fine work. X\'IIIth d\-nasty. Lenirth, Ji in. [No. 27898.] 1698. Green
"

o

G

I

1

^

gkzed

steatite

Men-kheperu-Ra (Thothmes
Crude
st)-le.

uraeus.

XVIIIth

Scarab, of type 3-4, inscribed IV), son of Amen-RS," above an dynasty. Length, ,'^ in. [No. 27208.]

A

h
'

O

III

1699. Light blue faience Plaque, with rounded ends. On the obverse is inscribed the prenomen of Thothmes IV, within a cartouche, flanked by iiraei. On the reverse is the inscription " Men-KHEPERU-Ra, .son of Amen." XVIIIth dynast)-. Length, fi i,-,. [^0.37769.]
1700. Green glazed steatite rectangular Plaque. On the obverse prenomen of Thothmes IV, within a cartouche, On the reverse is inscribed " Beautiful is the son of Amen-Ra" (i.e., the king). XVIIIth d_\-nast\-. Length, | in. [No. 1771 A^
inscribed the flanked by uraei.
is

%
III

<fm^'m^:

t

"

1701. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t\'pe 3-4, inscribed ' '" " "" Men-kheperu-Ra (Thothmes IV), chosen of Ra." XVIIIth d\ vnastv. Length, -| in. Petrie Hist. Scarabs, 148.
:

A

,,^

,

^
:>

'^'.f..'

I^A

^„^i r^l\\

^.rL

1

[No. 16902.]

€.
("

1702. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of
"

t\'pe

A

3,

Men-kheperu-R.a (Thothmes IV), emanation iN-KHEPERU-R.A IV)
Length,
j in.

faded to brown, inscribed XX'IIIth of Amen-Ra."

L

^

,u^

^"^1 iL^J

dynast}'.

Millingen Colleetion, 1847.
[No. 4028.]
I

eVf r

1703. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type

A

3,

in.scribed "

Mex-KHEPERULength,

O
\
III

Ra (Thothmes
-i-^

in.

Pctric

:

IV), emanation of Amen-Ra." XVIIIth dynasty. Hist. Scarabs, Andrcivs Collectio)i, 184S. 51.
I
I

O

Q

I

[No. 4078.]

1704. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of t}-pe A 3, with striated On the base is inscribed " Good god, Lord of the Two Lands, Men-kheperu-R.\ (Thothmes IV), beloved of Ptah." Fine work. XVIIIth d}'nast}-. Slightly chipped. Length, q in. Newberr}Scarabs, Pi. x.x.x, 22. [No. 27809.]
legs.

|

o

III

^
of

Thothmes
"

1705. Blue faience rectangular Plaque. On the obverse are inscribed the prenomen I\' and the name of Thoth, lord of

O

I

I

I

Khmunu, and on
(?).

the

reverse

i^.

iSn

"^

,

|J|

"heat

I

I

I

XX'lllth d}nast}'.

Length,

% in.

[No. 305S5.]

>

1706 17121

THOTHMES

IV.

169

a bull

1706. Green glazed steatite Plaque, with rounded ends. On the obverse is cut a figure of trampling on the prostrate figure of a prisoner; above his back is the prenomen of Thothmes IV in a cartouche before him is a r
;


i
III

figure of a
'

hawk, "^^i

'i'''fl

^^'^^

inscription

i

{sic),

beloved." On the reverse is inscribed kheperu-Ra (Thothmes IV), beloved Amen-Ra." The sign for "son" is of inscriptions. XVII Ith dynasty. Length,

"

Menof

son
in.

disproportionate
f

size,

as

usual

in

these

scarab[No. 32286.]

1707. Steatite rectangular Plaque, faded to white.
royal sphinx, /rt-ov?;//, wearing helm

On

the obverse

is

cut a figure of a
T
,

and uraeus ; above him are the signs

|

"

good god

"
;

before him

is

a cartouche containing the
"

prenomen of Thothmes IV, Mex-KHE1'ERU-R.-\
is

o

On

the reverse are the words

Beautiful

the son of

Amen-R

^i

O

XVI
1

I

Ith

dynasty.

Length,

% in.

[No. 41870.]

1708. Blue-green faience Plaque, with rounded ends. On the obverse is cut a ^Aunx, eoKe/iaiit, before a cartouche containing the prenomen of Thothmes IV, (''~~~\ and with a winged uracils above his back. On the 7-everse is inscribed " MenKHEPEUU-Ra (Thothmes IV), .son of Amen," the sign for "son" being gigantic, [No. 27788.] as usual. XVI I Ith dynasty. Length, |i in.

ro\-al
f^

r"-^

1709. Glazed steatite Plaque, with rounded ends faded to white, sphinx, coiicliant, wearing helm and itraeiis, and holding a cartouche containing the prenomen of THOTHMES IV above is a winged uraeus. On the reverse is a hawk, standing on the ideograph of "gold" [>m^\, and wearing the Double Crown, behind which is a cartouche, as before,
; ;

On

the obverse

is

a

with the sign

V^,

"beloved," and a winged solar disk

C^^, from which
Length,
-Ji in.

depends an

«;v?(7/'jr.

Coarse

style.

XVI

I

Ith dynast)'.

[No. 39027.]

1710. Cjreen glazed steatite Scarab, of type

A

3.

On

the base

is

cut a standing figure of a

o
king, wearing a helmet with an uraeus, and holding
|

n

and -r

;

before

him

is

inscribed

G
the

prenomen of Thoth.MES IV (Men-KHEPERU-Ra), without a cartouche, t^I

f^
i;^V'~*

=^

XVI

Ith d\-nasty.

Length, f

in.

[No. 377/0.]

^—^
III

On the obverse is cut a figure 1711. Green glazed steatite Plaque, with rounded ends. of a king wearing the helmet and holding the crook and symbol of " life," standing before a cartouche containing the prenomen of Thothmes IV. On the reverse is inscribed " Beautiful
is

the Horus,"

I^k

,

\\'ith

a one-winged solar disk, from which depends an uraeus.

Thick

glaze.

XVIIIth d\nasty.

Length,

| in.

[No. 28039.]

On the base is cut a 1712. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type 3. representation of one of the heavenly boats, the bow and stern terminating in In the boat is hawk-heads wearing the high feather headdress and uraeus. seated a figure of a king having the attributes of Osiris, wearing a helmet and an uraeus, and carr\ing crook and flail. Before him is a cartouche containing XVIIIth dynasty. the prenomen of Thothmes IV (Men-KHEPERU-Ra). [No. 37765-] Length, \^ in.
V

A

170

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ETC.

11713 1715

1713. Large blue glazed .schist Scarab, of type A 3-4, flat, with an inscription recording the marriage of Amen-HETEP III with queen "Long live the Horus, the Might)- Bull, Tfl. appearing in Right, lord of the North and South, stablishing laws, pacif\'ing the Two Lands, Golden Horus, Great of Valour, striking down the A.siatics, king of Upper and Lower Egypt, Neb-MA.\T-R.^, Son of the Sun, Amen-HETEP, prince of Thebes, giving life,

f
III

M CM] ¥ Q
"^

r"^

A*
I

"^^

the living. The name of her father is Uda {sic), the name of her mother i.s Tiida : she is the wife of a mighty king, who.se .southern boundarj' (extends) to Karei, and whose northern (e.xtends)
wife.

and the great king's

Til,

1

CM]

f

^%i=
.

^°P
]
\>
I

to Neharen."

XVI

I

Ith dynast}'.
172,
:

Length,

3 in.

The Mnmiiiy, p. 242 translation. Birch: Records of the Past, xii, Breasted, Ancient Records, ii, p. 344. \). 39
;
;

Newberry: Scarabs, p. and translation, Budge

PL

xx.xiii, 2;

text

dl ^ C^ Ci

L=J]

i=3a
X"<

oO

^ ^

w

V

[No. 16988.]

U
ra

^] r^^
1^^^

Presented by

C.

limes Peacock, Esq., 1864.

1714 Large blue glazed .schi.st Scarab, of type A 3, with an inscription recording the marriage of Amenhetep I II and queen Til, as on 1713, but differentl)' XVIIIth dynasty. Length, 3^ in. arranged, [No. 29437.]

.e

f
,-.~-.Si

P

MP = S¥'P^I
^=^
«-=5;i:a

1

G
f?CMIf]
\

eiflAf

= &^fl^
^°p=?^

1715. Large glazed schist Scarab, faded to brown, of type A 3, with an inscription recording the marriage of Amex-HETEP III

=
o
o

IZ
c>c=><

with queen Til, as on 1713, but differentl}' arranged. Chipped on right side. XVIIIth dynasty. Length, 3I m. Sci/t Collection, 1835. [No. 4096.]

u

ao
ra

[HH]

^

'^

<=>

1

^

w

.

1716-1717]

AMEN-HETEP

III.

171

1716. Glazed schist Scarab, faded to brown and on the base commemorating the arrival in Eg)pt of the Mitannian princess Gilukhipa with a retinue of 137 persons: "[Year 10 under the Majesty of the Living Horus, the Strong Bull, Appearing in Right, Lord of South and North, Stablisher of], the laws, Pacifier of the Two Lands, Golden Horus Great of Valour, Smiter of the Asiatics, king Neb-MAAT-Ra, Son of the Sun, AmenHETEP, prince of Thebes [giving life], and the the great king's wife Til, the living name of her father is luaa, and the name of her mother is Tuaa wonders brought b}' his Majest}' (life, wealth, and health to him !), the daughter of Shutarna, the prince of Naharna, Gilukhipa [and the head-women of her harini, One line is missing at the 137 women]." beginning, and two at the end of the inscription. On either side, between the legs, is
inscription
;
;

much damaged,

of type

A

3-4, with

an

,...

Wx'^^l^K'z

AS

\\\.l^ZlmStAL'W}
ra
|

inscribed
.MA.AT-R.\

ITf^Jj,
Length,
2'\ in.

"Good God, NebIIIj."

i^

I

H _L

ffl

J

(Amen-hetep

XVIIIth
[No. 49707.]
9 11

dynast}\

Presented by

A

.

D. Pass,

Esq.,

1

Only two other specimens of

this

scarab are

known

(published by Newberry

:

Scarabs, PI. xxxii).

blue-green glazed schist 1717. Large Scarab, of type 3-4, flat, with an inscription commemorating the slaughter of 102 lions by Amen-hetep III in the first ten years of "(Long) live the Horus, the Strong his reign Bull, appearing in Right, Lord of the North and South, stablishing the Laws, pacifying the Two Lands, Golden Horus, Great of Valour, smiting the Asiatics, king of Upper and Lower Egypt, Neb-MA.\T-R.\, Son of the Sun, Amen-hetep, prince of Thebes, giving List of life, (and) the king's wife Til, living

A

f
^h'
I

3^
L=zi
III

s
P
<c=>

v^= a
<f^^

A
i

:

HS
^=^

1

1

o

mi\

At;

c?

:

brought by his Majesty by his own shooting, beginning from Year i up till Year
lions
10,

fierce

lions
in.

102."

XVHIth

dynasty.

Length, 3j
PI. xxxii, 2;

Newberry: Scarabs, p. 171, text and translation, Budge: The
;

Mummy,
ii,

p.

241

translation. Birch, Records of
;

\n\\^\ o
5^1
P^ff^

the Past, xii, p.
p. 346.

40

Breasted

:

Ancient Records, [No. 29438.]

Y 2

1

CATALOGUE OF SCARABS,

CVr.INDF.K-SKALS, ETC.

[1718 1720

1718. Large glazed steatite Scarab, faded to \\ hitc, nf type A 3, with an inscription commemorating the slaughter of 102 lions by Amen-HETEP III in the first ten years of his reign. The text is the same as that of 1717, with a slight difference of arrangement at the end of line 6. XVIIIth d)-nast)-. Length, 3 in. [No. 12520.] Prcsoitcd hv Mrs. Euslace Smith, i&'i},.

f
n
^

1

P
ri)

£^
J}
f<izi

^

1

a
1

8

2i

^^

I

I

I

rw5i

Mcsa ¥
mil) ?7v=i!i=kX^
1

w

©

1719. Large glazed steatite Scarab, faded type 4, flat, with an inscription commemorating the slaughter of 102 lions b)Amen-HKTEP III in the first ten years of his reign. The text is the same as that of 1717, but differently arranged, and with the addition "of his body" after "Son of the Sun."
to gre}', of

A

Well

cut.

Chipped on both
Length,

sides.

XVIIIth
[Xo. 4095.]

d\-nast\-.

ffl

(

fl5ffl.

U-^%^

e

II

f

MPsn
1720. Large green glazed steatite Scarab of t)'pe A 3, well cut, with an inscription com(FwT!

1

ffl

--7-~Sl

/r<^

SV"

^

cy^

memorating the slaughter of 102

lions

b)

Amen-HETEP
side,

III, as before.
legs,
is

On
-1

each

f^ i
Ji

(Ml
o

¥ sn] A f m

between the

the cartouche
02

XVIIIth
Loftie
:

dynasty.
.xcviii.

Length,

^ChMlf ]T?TV

Essav,

[No. 24169.]

1721-1725]

AMEN-HETEP

III.

173

1721. Large blue glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t\'pe
X\'llltl-i dynasty.

A

inscribed as 1720.

Length, 3}

in.

[No. 43075-]

1722. Large glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of type

A

3,

with an inscription

commemorating the slaughter of 102 lions b}' Amex-IIKTEP III, in the first ten \'ears of his reign. The text is the same as that of 1720, with a slight difference of arrangement in line 5,
uhert
is

written for

C/

Chipped on both

sides.

X\'IIlth djnasty.

Length, i\

in.

Blacas Collection, 1867.

[No. 16987.]

1723. Glazed steatite Scarab, of large type 3, faded to brown. the base are cut standing figures of king Amex-HETEP III and The king wears the helmet with macus, and carries the queen Tli. crook and sj-mbol of " life " the queen wears the feathers of Mut and carries the flail and symbol of "life"; in the field is inscribed Chipped at side. "Nei!-M.\.\T-R.\, giving life," and "king's wife Til." XV'IIIth dynasty. Length, li in. Petrie Hist. Soimbs, 1305. [No. 16920.]

A

On

;

:

1724. Large dark green glazed steatite Scarab, of t>-pe inscribed " Great king's wife Tii, living Good God Neb-dri-khct Neb-ma.a.T-R.\, beloved of Amen-Ra the Son of the Sun, whom he loveth, Amex-HETEP (IITi, prince of Thebes, [giving life] like the Sun daily." XVII Ith d}-nast\-. Length, 3] in. Sharpe: Egj'ptian Inscriptions in the Britisli Miisenin, PI. 70 E. [No. 4094.]

A

3,

;

;

in
1725. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, nf t_\pe
with the names and
titles

C7

A

^,

large,

inscribed

of

Amex-HETEP

O

III

XVI

and TlT^

Much

chipped.

I

Ith d)nast\-.

i| in.

by

i-,J^ in.

[No. 48688.]

W\m

174

CATALOGUE OF SCARABS,

CVI.I\I>ER-SEALS, ETC.

[1726-1734

11
1726. Large blue glazed
steatite

]l

Scarab, of type
Til.

A

3,

inscribed with the

names of Amen-HETEP

III

and ([uecn

XVIIIth d\nasty.

Length, 2 in. [Xo. 43074-]

1727. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type
god,

A

3,

Neb-MA.\T-Ra (Amen-HETEP
^^

III),

king's wife Til."

XVIIIth

inscribed "Good dynast)-.

Length,

in.

Loftie

:

ii.iwi',

xcix.

[No. 24 170.]

1728. \'iolet-blue faience Scarab, of type
god,

A

3,

inscribed

"Good
Unusual

Neb-maat-R.a (Amen-HETEP XVIIIth d\-nasty. Length, colour.

III), king's wife Til."
J-i in.

[No. 32326.]

Unusual colours, such as white, bright yellow, violet, purple, apple-green, and chocolate-brown, are characteristic of the glazes of the end of the X\'inth dynasty.

1729. Pale green faience Scarab, of t>pe A 6, inscribed " Good god, Rare colour. XVIIIth Neb-ma.\T-R.\ (Amen-HETEP III), king's wife Til." Length, | in. Newberr\- Scanr/'x, PI. x.xxi, 3. d\nasty.
:

[No. 29454.]

1730. Light blue faience Cowroid, inscribed

"(Long)

live

the
III)

(Amen-HETEP
1731.

good god, Neb-ma.\t-Ra and the great king's wife Til."
Length,
i^ in.

^^^ 2r=f
I

ifo

XVIIIth dynasty.

[No. 30591.]
with

^^^
Til,
I

Light blue faience

Plaque,

rounded ends, inscribed on one side with the
(j[j.

prenomen of Amen-HETEP

III,
j:

and on the other with the name of queen

XXTIIth

(l\-nast\-.

Length,

in.

[No. 30593.]

1732. Blue glazed steatite Plaque, with rounded ends.
of

On

one side

is

the
Til,

prenomen
J

Amen-HETEP

III,

and

on
g in.

the

other

the

title

and name of tiueen

w

flOlJ-

XVIIIth dynasty.

Length,

[No. 49762.]

1733. Blue glazed steatite Plaque, with rounded ends, inscribed on
the obverse
"

Amen-HETEP

(III), prince of

Thebes,"

\\

|

;

'f

and on
Length,

Ssy^^ftl

'^T^'y

the reverse "king's wife Til,"
in.

'^
U'tS
Wl

XVIIIth

d\nast,\-.

[No. 30592.]
"

1734. Blue-green glazed steatite rectangular Plaque, inscribed on the obverse

A.MEN-

HETKP

(Iin, prince of Thebes," (J-—-

f

T.

'I'ld

""

t'"-'

reverse

"king's

wife
\ in.

Th,

living,"

|
KD
v^

1

W
^

J

.

XVIIIth dynasty.
[No. 26995.]

Length,

:

1735-1745]

AMEN-HETEP

III.

1735. Green glazed steatite rectangular Plaque,
scribed

in-

1

K3

on the
(I

obverse
|

"Amex-HETEP
on
the

(III),

prince

of

Thebes,"
wife Til."

t, and
glaze.

reverse

"great

king's

Thick

XVIIIth dynasty.

Length, in. [No. 30594-]

^

—>jt
the back
Jl

1736. Glazed steatite Scaraboid, faded to white.
relief.

On
III,

is

a crouching man, in of back chipped out.

On

the base

is

the

prenomen of Amex-HETEP
i
in.

I'art

XVIIIth

dynasty.

Length,

__,

[\o. 46222.]

in light

1737. Purple faience Cartouche-Plaque, with the prenomen of Amex-UKTEP III, inlaid blue glaze on the obverse ; the reverse is uninscribed. Fine work. XVIIIth d\-nast\'. Length, i in. [No. 24739.]
For colour, see note
to

1728.

Head broken

1738. Purple faience Frog, with the prenomen of Amen-HETEP III inscribed on its base. off. XVIIIth d)-nast)'. Length, \ in. Burgon Colleclion, 1842. [No. 4089.]

1739. Glazed steatite Frog, faded to white.
prince of Thebes,"

On

the base

is

inscribed "

Amen-HETEP
J
in.

(III),

4^=^=.
f

Head broken

off.

XVIIIth d\nasty.
.

Length,

Loftie

Essay,

xciii.

j

[No. 24164.] with oval

1740. Deep jjurple-blue glazed steatite Scarab, of type
base,

C

2,

0„
"'

;•
[^^

on which is inscribed the prenomen of dynasty. Length, i in.
1741. Violet faience Scarab, of type

Amex-HETEP

III.

XVIIIth

yj

[No. 27970.]

^^ \^^
[No. 40823.]

A

i,

heavy shape, inscribed with the prenomen of
Length,
g in.

Amex-HETEP

III,

\f,.

XVIIIth dynasty.
For colour
e/.

1955.

See note to 1728.

1742. Violet vitreous composition .Scarab, of large
prince

t\-pe

A

3,

inscribed
1277.

"Amex-HETEP
XVIIIth

(III),

of Thebes,"
il in.

^ ^

.

F"ine

work.

Petrie

:

NisL Scarabs,

d)nast}'.

Length,

\

J\

[No. 1692

1.]

prince of Thebes."

1743. Apple-green faience Scarab, of t\pe.\ 3, inscribed "AME-V-HETEPfl IP;, Rare colour. X\'l 1th d\iiast\". Length, J in. [No. 26998.
1
1

/^
."WrT^I

Cf.

1846.

See note to 1728.

name

1744. Blue glazed steatite Scarab, of type L of Amex-HETEP III, confused with that of
^J

3-M

i.

On

the base

is

roughly cut the

Amen-Ra,
line.

as

Amex-R.\-hetep, prince

of Thebes,

7r~|

I

At one end

is

an e.^ergual

Chipped.

X\TIIth

d\'nast\'.

Length,

§ in.

[Xo. 28586.]
is

1745. Light blue opaque glass rectangular Plaque, on the obverse of which

inscribed the

prenomen
with
the

^a
ri

,

and on the reverse the name of
ideographsof "beauty" and "praise,"
dynast)-.

Amex-hetep
\\

III,
-

Iv-

Slighth'

,~r A

chipped.

XVIIIth

Length,

| in.

[No. 26632.]

"^

.

J

IjS

CATALOGUE OF

SCAKAliS, CVLINnKR-SEALS, ETC.
t}"|jc
I.

[1746-1760

1746. GrcLMi glazed steatite Scarab, of

2,

flat,

inscribed with the

prenomen of
[.\o. 46:;
i.S.]

Amen-HETEI'

III,

st^

.

XVIIIth

d}-nast\-.

Length,

,'^

in.

1747. (ireen glazed steatite Scarab, of

t_\|)e

.\

3,

inscribed
^l

with

the

prenomen of
[No. 38727.]

Amkx-HKTEI'

III

;

as before.

XVIIIth

d>nast\-.

Length,

in.

1748. Hlue glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 3, inscribed as before. Rough!}- cut. X\'IIIlh d\nast\-. Length, in. Petrie /it's/. Sarrabs, I173. [No. 1691 1.] Prcsoitcd by Major-Gen. A. W. //. Mcyrick, 1879.
ji
:

1749. Green

glazed
!j:\§.

steatite

Scarab,

of type
side.

A

4,

inscribetl

with

the

prenomen of
Length,
5
in.

A.MEN-HETKI'
Andrcivs

III,

Chipped on

right

XVIIIth dynasty

(?).

Co/lrc/ioii,

1848.

[No. 4088.]

1750. Hlue glazed steatite .Scarab, of t)'pe
the

A A

3,

with squared base, on which

is

inscribed

prenomen of Amen-iieteI'

III.

Well cut

:

thick glaze.

XVIIIth

d.\-nasty.

Length, i in. [No. 28059.]
;

1751. Deep blue faience Scarab, of with the prenomen of Amex-HETEP III.

t_\-]je

4,

Chipped.

with legs roughh' blocked out inscribed XVIIIth dynasty. Length, i{in. [No. 69 8.]
1
1

1752.

HJLie

glazed
'

steatite
\f,-

Scarab,

of

t_\'pe

G

4,

inscribed
|

with

the

prenomen of
[No. 30014.]

Amex-HETEI'

III,

XVIIIth

d\-nasty.

Length,

in.

out;

1753. Dark blue faience Scarab, of t\'pe A 3, with legs roughly blocked inscribed with the prenomen of A.MEN-HETEP III. XVIIIth dynast}-. Length, § in. [No. '2S309'.]
"

'iT'i'ii^
'„

<? . ^

xi

VX^'y'^

1754. Bright

blue

faience

Amex-HETEP

III.

XVIIIth

d}-nast}'.

Cowroid, inscribed Length, in.
I

\\-ith

the

prenomen

of

Sab<i/icr Collection, I'&gi.

[No. 24303.]

',1

XVIIIth

1755. Hlue glazed steatite Cowroid, inscribed dynast}'. Length, f in.
,

\\-ith

the

prenomen of Amen-IIETICP

III.

[No. 27012.]

1756. Green glazed steatite Cowroid, inscribed as before.
-1% in.

XVIIIth
Well
cut.

d}-iiast}-.
'

Length,

[N'^- 3246«-]

,

1757. Length,
,:;

l)luc
in.

glazed steatite Cowroid, inscribed as before.

XVIIIth

d}-nasty.
-:,2t,'^7.]

[No.

cut.

1758. Hlue glazed steatite Cowroid, with hatched border, inscribed as before. Roughl}X\'l I Ith ds'iiast}-. Length, 2 in. Aiiaslasi Collection, \'i'2,g. [No. 4091.
1753. lilue glazed steatite Cowroid, inscribed as before.

XVIIIth

d}-nast}-.

J in.

Length, [No. 16976.]
L®J
n^^&i

1760. Green glazed
Nei;-MA.\T-[R.\].

.steati itite

Scarab,

of

tvpe

A

3,

inscribed
in.
'

as

before,

Head chip ped.

X\MIIth dvnastv.

Length, ,v

[No. 30018.]

A W

f^^T

^^

^

,

1761-1771] 1761. Green
L^lazed

AMEN-HKTKP
steatite

III.

177
2,

Scarab,
I

of

t}'pe

C

inscribed
in.

with

the

prenomen of
[No. 46467.]
pre-

Amen-hetep

III,

^^ll-

XVI

Ith dynasty.

Length,

^^.^

1762. Blue-green faience cast Scarab, of t\'pe J

i,

stamped with the

""JST^v

nomen
Length,

of
-Li-

Amen-HETEP
in.

III,

A
-c^^^:^

(reads from

left

to right).

XVI

I

Ith dynasty.

[No. 28512.
Scarab,
distinct

1763. Light blue faience cast

of t>'pe

J

i,

stamped with the prenomen of

Amen-HETEP
left to right).

III (the dni/i-sign

is

from the figure of Maat),
in.

Qj J

(reads from

XVI

I

Ith dynasty.

Length, |

[No. 27886.]

1764. Green faience Scarab, of type 3, with legs roughly indicated. is inscribed the prenomen of Amen-HETEP III (the an/c/i-sign is distinct from the figure of Maat), reading "(Long) live Neb-MAAT-R.\ !." XVI I Ith dynasty. Length, i- in. [No. 28297.]

A

On

q
^

•'J^^^,
'-'m^'^^''

the base

T'n
^=^

ivJi/.*^]

^^^
r
^'1^^

of

Amen-HETEP

1765. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of t\'pe A 4, inscribed with the jirenomen III, as in 1764. XVIIIth dynasty. Length, i in. [No. 28863.] 1766. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of
t}'pe

A

4,

inscribed with a garbled form
is

of the

prenomen of Amex-HETEP

III,

H

^

(the figure of

Maat

confu.sed with

that of the

dynasty.

god Shu, and the circle of the dfiA^/i-aign with the solar ssaj\ clxxxiv. Length, in. Loftie
jj
:

disk).

XVIIIth

'-.

5—
'>—

'

'

E

[No. 24255.]

1767. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of

t)'pe

A

3,

inscribed with the

prenomen

G
of

Amen-HETEP

III,

^,

-

\fl

.

XVIIIth dynasty.

Length,

y^- in.

[No. 38771.]

1768. Burnt carnelian brick-shaped Plaque, mounted as the swivel-bezel of a pale gold ring of circular section, with wire attachment. On one broad side of the f^z^
]

plaque

is

the

prenomen of Amen-HETEI'

III,

^
-.^

,

and on the other
dynasty.

is

"
;

engraved "Emanation of Ra," fs.^.
f
in.

XVIIIth

Bezel,

*

..J

by

| in.

by

j in.

;

diameter of ring, -]-| in. Bequeathed by the

late

[Franks Sir Wollaston Franks, K.C.B., 1897.

1

15.]

1769. Green glazed steatite rectangular Plaque.
of king
reverse
7/;vr«,
is

On
T.
|

the obverse

is

inscribed the
°»

name

Amen-HETEP
his

III,

"prince of Thebes,"
in

[1

^^^

On

the

^^^SPr
'

"*~^^i^^\

prenomen, Neb-MA.\T-Ra,
.

a cartouche, between,

two f^

•-?_

r,

-

with the sign T

XVIIIth dynasty.

Length,

-|

in.

[.\n. JSG4S.]

1770. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to grey, of type L HETEP (III), prince of Thebes." XVIIIth dynasty. Length, i

i,

inscribed

"

Amen-

Ij

^aa^

in.

=5=
[No. 38600.]

O

ii

1771. Green glazed steatite Scarab, faded to purple, of type
"

A

3,

inscribed,
in.

\\

—^^

T
j

Amen-HETEP

(III), prince of Thebes."

XVIIIth dynasty.

Length,

^

[No. 46167.] z

5

178

CATALOGUE OF SCARABS, CYLINDER-SEALS,
1772. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type

ETC.
"

[1772-1780

A

3,

inscribed

Amen-HETEP
in.

(III),

prince of Thebes,"

(I

-^.^w^

[1.

XVIIIth

dynast}-, or later.

Length,

i

[\o. 38756.]

1773. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type
"

A
|

3,

inscribed

A ^^^^
1=^=.

jK/rf^

Amen-HETEP
I
,

(III), prince of
first

Thebes."

(The

[-sign has

been corrected
in.

,^p,^^n'i

from

which was

cut.)

XVIIIth dynasty.

Length,

Loftie

:

[

|

HM^y
AmenAmen %%,.

Esstiy, -xciv.

[No. 24165.]

1774. Green glazed steatite rectangular Plaque.

On

the obverse
is

is

inscribed "

HETEP

(III), prince of

Thebes,"
^i

(J—-

|,and on
|

the reverse

cut a figure of

XVIIIth dynasty.

Length,

in.

[Nf). 12002.]

1775. Blue glazed steatite Scarab, of type 3, faded to pale blue, inscribed " Amen-HETEP (III), prince of Thebes, to whom good is given, beloved (of Amen) " [the name of Amen, written once, being read twice]. Back chipped. XVIIIth dynast}-. \'\ in. by \\ in.
[No. 46683.]

A

1776. Blue glazed steatite Plaque, with rounded
"

ends.

On

the

obverse

is

inscribed

Amen-HETEP

(III), prince of

Thebes,"

\\

^^ ?
:

'I.

On

the reverse
"¥"(() I

is

cut a fish between the ideographs of "life"

and "beauty,"

|b|S

XVIIIth dynasty.

Length,

| in.

Petrie

Hist. Searabs, 1284.

[No. 4092.]
is

1777. Blue faience

brick-shaped

Plaque.
(|

On

the

obverse

inscribed

the

name

of

king

"Amen-HETEP

III,

prince of Thebes,"

^'
I

On

the reverse

"Amen-HETEP
Length,
\

praiseth

Ra,"

o

? I

XVIIIth dynasty.
[No. 41872.]
"

in.

(Amen-HETEP

1778. Faience Scarab, faded to brown, of t}-pe A 3, inscribed III), prince of Thebes." Worn. XVIIIth d}-nasty.

Neb-M.\AT-R.\
Length, if in. [No. 45741.]

O
?3^ f

\J^

\112. Blue-green glazed steatite circular Cowroid, inscribed

"

Neb-M.\.\T-R.\

(Amen-HETEP

III),

prince of Thebes,'

.•111.

XVIIIth

d\nast}'.

Diameter,

J:

in.

[No. 28527.]

1780. Blue

faience

Scarab,

of

type

.A

3,

inscribed

"

Good

God,

o

Neb-MA.\T-R.\ (Amen-HETEP Newberry: Scarabs, ?\.yi:x.^\, 2.

III)."

XVTIIth dynasty.

Length, i in. [No. 28314.]

a

ci

*

\W

^

1781-1791]

AMEN-HETEP

III.

179

on which

1781. Light green glazed .steatite Scarab, of t>-pe 4, with broad base, Neb-MAAT-Ra is inscribed "Good God, Lord of the Two Lands, Hist. Petrie (Amen-hetep III)." XVIIIth dynasty. Length, y^- m.
:

A

^"^
~-

f

P

°

t

Scarabs, 1231.

[No. 4080.]

1782. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type A 3, chipped at inscribed "Good God, Lord of the Two Lands, Neb-MAAT-Ra (Amen-hetep III), giving life for ever." XVIIIth dynasty. Length, fi in. [No. 38674.]
side:s,

"=]

|

''^
i

A

Io

lAX

i
Neb-MA.AT-Ra
Length, iJ
in.

1783. Green faience Scarab, of type

A

4,

with

flat

back,

inscribed

"

(Amen-hetep

III), lord

of valour."

^3^\5-

Coarse

style.

XVIIIth

d}-nasty.

rs^
1784. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of
"

[No. 42280.]

t3'pe

A

3,

roughly cut,

inscribed

Neb-ma.\t-Ra (Amen-hetep
Length,
3 in.
'

III), lord of valour, beloved of

Amen."

XVIIIth

^=37

r^<c:2

dynasty.

[No. 28500.]

T
fl

t^^

1785. Large glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type A 3-6, inscribed " Neb-ma.\t-Ra TAmen-hetep III), prince of Thebes, lord of valour, beloved of [No. 29627.] Amen." XVIIIth dynasty. Length, 2 in.

(m' ^;—

I

.

f

Ai:^

nr^

(Amen-hetep

1786. Deep blue glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 3, inscribed "Neb-MAAT-Ra XVIIIth dynasty. Length, § in. III), beloved of Amen." [No. ^,777^.]

t^

(Amen-hetep

1787. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 3, inscribed XVIIIth d)-nasty. III), beloved of Amen."

"Neb-MAAT-Ra

Petrie: Hist. Sairabs, 1245. Preseiitcd by Major-Gcii. A. IV.

Length, f^ in. [No. 171 39.] H. Mcyrick, 1879.

G

ea

1788. Green glazed steatite rectangular Plaque, inscribed on the obverse " NebMA.\T-Ra, beloved of Amen"; and on the j-everse "Amen-HETEP (III), prince

O

ra

ofThcbes,"

(j^T'f.

XVIIIth dynasty.

Length, gin.

[No. 28127.]

"

1789. Light blue glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type L Neb-ma.at-[R.\] (Amen-hetep III), beloved of Amen." XVIIIth dynasty
'

i,

inscribed

(?).

f

in.

Length, [No. 48842.]

"

1790. Glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 6, faded to ivorj'-white, inscribed Neb-ma.\t-R.\ (Amen-hetep III), beloved of Amen." From Tell er-Rotaba. Length, ii- in. Naville Gos/icii, p. 24.. [No. 27458.] Presented by the Egypt Exploration Fund, 1887.
:

XVIIIth dynasty.

"

1791. Deep blue glazed steatite Scarab, of type K i. On the base is inscribed Neb-MA.AT-Ra (Amen-hetep III), beloved of Amen." XVIIIth dynasty.

Length,

W

in.

[No. 40821.]

^

I

So

CATALOGUE OF SCARABS, CYLINDER-SEALS,

ETC.

[1792 1802

"

1792. Green glazed steatite Scarab, partly faded, of type A 3, inscribed Neb-ALV.\T-Ra (Amex-HETEP HI), beliivcil iif Amcn-Ra." XVIIIth dj-nast)-. Length, || in.
[No. 46384.]

^"^
^"^

fl

r"-^
H

1793. Light blue glazed steatite Scarab.
type

i>artly
'

A

4,

inscribed

"

\ei!-.al\.\T-Ra
i^ in.

(Amen-HETEP

faded to white, of large flat IIIj, beloved of Amen-Ra."

"

XVIIIth dynasty.

Length,

^ ^^^
I

[No. 281
;nce 1794. Blue faience Scarab, of the large beloved o f Amen-Ra." Thick glaze.
t\-pe

1

5.]

1

V \

A

MA AT- R A,

XVIIIth

3-4, flat, inscribed " Nehd\nast\'. Length, 2] in.

f O Wj^ ^ ""^ ^ ^

[No. 351

10.]

(j^O

1795. Blue glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 3, with squared base, which is inscribed "Good god, Neb->L\.\T-R.\ (Amex-HETEP III), beloved of Amen-Ra, king of the Gods." X\'IIIth d)-nasty. Length,

on

^


t)

1

(J

^

^

,

J-^ in.

Newberry

:

Scarabs, PI. x.xxi,

7.

1

1

.^l^^o
\f)
.
, ,

[No. 32304.]

1796. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of large
base
is

tj-pe

A

inscribed

"

Neb-maat-Ra (Amen-hetep
Length,
i

III),

On the 3-4, flattened. chosen of Amen-Ra."
[No. 351
12.]

XVIIIth dynasty.

^

,-\y

in.

1797. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A (Amex-HETEP III), chosen of Amen." XVIIIth

3,

inscribed

d)-nast\-.

NEt;-NL\AT-l\A Length, j in. [No. 28597.]

"

r""^

1798. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to

gre\',

of t\'pe

A

3,

inscribed
| in.

"Nep.

MAAT-Ra, emanation

of

Amen-Ra."

XVIIIth

d\-nast}'.

Length,

[No. 42855-]

"

1799. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type A 3, inscribed Neb-MAAT-R.A. (Amen-HETEP III), emanation of Amen." Uncertain period. [No. 42709.] Length, h in.
1800. Blue
inscribed
re-joined.
"

glazed

steatite

Scarab,
g

of
in.

t_\'pe

A
'

3-6,

with

squared base,

Neb-MA.\t-R.A (Amen-HETEP

III),

emanation of Ra."

Broken and
[No. 27016,]

XVIIIth

dj-nasty.

Length,

1801.

Deep blue glazed
III),

steatite Scarab, of t\'pe

A

3,

inscribed "Neb-RLAAT-R.\

(Amen-HETEP

beloved of Ra."

XVIIIth dynasty.

Length, f

in.

[No. 40822.]

A

type peculiar to the reign of Anien-hetep IIL

1802. Green glazed steatite Scarab,
"

of

large

t\-pe

A

3-6,

inscribed
as Truth."
^

NEB-^L\.\T-R.\ (Amen-UETEP III), beloved of XVIIIth dynasty. Length, i| in,

Amen, appearing

r-^

Q

[No. 351

1

1.]

m

'

1803 1814]

AMEN-HETEP

III.

l8l

1803. Green glazed steatite rectangular Plaque.
obvi-rsc
is

On

the
III),
^

oezw
«

f~m\.

the inscription

"

NeB-MA.\T-R.\ (Amen-HKTEP
"

beloved of Amen."
appearings."

On

the reverse

Neb-MAAT-Ra,
J

lord of
»iitLim^-<<SI

«/
< «

XVIIIth

dx'nast}'.

Length,

in.

[No. 41869.]

k»~:!

S^

(Amen-hetep

1804. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 3, inscribed "Neb-MAAT-Ra XVIIIth dynasty. Length, in. III), powerful of appearings." [No. 42607.J
i|-

f^\r,'r
,

>,, /

'v^

^
o

1805. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t>'pe A 3, on the base of which is inscribed " Neb-MA.AT-Ra (Amen-HETEP III), the appearance of the gods." XVIIIth d)'nasty. Length, f in.
[No. 42614.]

111
T\

(Amen-HETEP
I-

1806. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A III), appeareth thrice beautiful."
'

3,

inscribed

"

Neb-MAAT-Ra
Length,
[No.

O

XVIIIth dynasty.

in.

m77:\

IJJ

The

«rti;/-feather

conveys the idea of legitimate so\ereignty, the scarab being commemorative of the

king's coronation.

1807. Light green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 3, inscribed " Good God, f^^^. Lord of the Two Lands, Neb-MA.\T-Ra (Amen-HETEP III), khd-neferitV ("appearance of the Two Beauties," ?>., the Two Kingdoms). XVIIIth d)-nasty. ^^^^^ Length, in. [No. 28698.]

il^^^

!_.

S 1808. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 3, inscribed " Good God, Lord of the Two Lands, Neb-MAAT-R.\ (Amen-HETEP III), kha-neferui:'
I

t

XVIIIth dynasty.

Length, f

in.

^ci::^

[No. 30588.] :zi:

u

1809. Blue faience Scarab, of type A 3-6, with squared base, on which is inscribed " Neb-maat-R.A (Amen-HETEP III), appearing Hke Ra." XVIIIth dynasty. Length, \\ in.
[No. 28138.]
1810. Green glazed steatite

O

"Neb-MAAT-Ra (Amen-hetep
XVIIIth
dyna.sty.

Scarab, of type A 3, inscribed over every land." III), rising

Length, |

in.

[No. 37775-]
1811. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type ;ls, Lord of the Two Land appearing [in] every

A

3,

inscribed

land."

" Good God, XVIIIth dynasty.

I
|

O

Length,

-[-i

in.

Loftie

:

Essay, xcvi.

[No. 24167.]

^^

1812. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of

same type and with same
in.

XVIIIth dynasty. as 1811. Phillips Collection, 1837.

Length,

^

Petrie

:

Hist.

inscription Scarabs, 1237. [No. 4081.]

1813. Green glazed steatite Cowroid, with

same

inscription as 1811.

XVIIIth dynasty.
[No. 4082.]

Length, J

in.

D'Atkamisi
faience

Collection, \?,^7.

1814. Blue

(Amen-HETEP

Scarab, of type A 4-6, inscribed " Neb-MAAT-Ra III), beloved of Ptah." XVIIIth dynasty. Length, f in. [No, 28217.]

^
"

^^^^

v

1

8:

CATALOGUE OF SCARABS, CYLINDER-SEALS,

ETC.

[1815-1825

"

green glazed steatite Scarab, of t}-pe A 4, inscribed of the Two Lands, Neb-maat-Ra (Amen-hetep III), beloved of Menthu." Rough work. XVIIIth dynast}-. Length, |^, in. Loftie Essaj', xcv. [No. 24166.]
1815. Light

Good God, Lord
:

(^^^

,J--7^;

^
Good

'<^^''

J^
'^
I

1816.

Deep blue glazed

steatite

Scarab, of

t)'[3e

A

3,

inscribed

"

T

r"^

God, Lord of the Two Lands, Neb-MA.at-R.\ (Amen-hetet III), beloved of Menth-Ra." Roughly cut. XVIIIth dynastv. Length, f in.
[No. 40S20.]

^^
Y-3f-j*,=j, -.

(Amen-hetep
Length, f^ m.

1817. Blue glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 3, inscribed " NEK-^L\AT-RA 1 1 1), born of Maat," i.e., " rightfully begotten." X VI I Ith d)-nast\-.

(,«^'.»^

' '')

[No. 28579.]

1818. Blue glazed steatite Scarab, of large tj-pe 4, with flat back, inscribed "Neb-ma.\T-R.\ (Amen-HETI-:p III), beloved of Horus, lord of Hebnu." XVIIIth d\-nasty. Length, i§ in.

A

?
_

[No. 26990.]

_1819. Light green glazed steatite Scarab, of type

MAAT-Ra (Amen-hetep
cartouche
1263.
is

III),

double.

XVIIIth

3-6, inscribed "Nebof the Set-festival." Badly cut: the dynasty. Length, in. Petric //«/. Scanrds, ' " [No. 16912.]

A

lord

'innjl^j

J;

:

'^^^

l^-i

'

1820._ Green
if
in.

"Neb-MAAT-Ra(Amen-HETEP

glazed steatite Scarab, of the large type A 3, inscribed III),divinehawk." XVIIIth d)-nasty. Length, ' Petrie: H/st. Scarads, 126s. Phillips Collection, I'&n.

V..^^_^J
n
^^

[No. 4093.]

JN

^
p,/

q
'^
I

1821. Glazed

steatite

(Amen-hetep

III), stablisher

Scarab, faded of the laws."

to

white,

inscribed
dynast)-.

"

Neb-MA.\T-Ra

XVIIIth

Length, g in. [No. 40273.]

^ ^^g^\ ,'7^^"'

l^-

1822. Green glazed
scribed
"

steatite Scarab, of t)-pe

A

Neb->l\at-Ra (Amen-hetep
in.

III), nch-dri-khctr

3-6, with squared base, inXVIIIth dvnast\-.

,<::^^-'^-

Length, t

[No. '30587.J

'^^'^J^^^

(Amen-hetep

1823. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 3, inscribed " Neb-.MAAT-R." III), [of] many possessions." Fine work. XVIIIth d}-nast\-. Length, f in. Newberr)- Scarabs, PI. .x.x.xi, 10 [No. 32405.]
:

'"^> ;

v^,

'<^^
XVIIIth

1824. DeeiJ blue vitreous composition rectangular Plaque, inscribed on the obverse with
the prenomen of

Amen-HETEP
in.

III,

£

,

and on the

reverse with the s\-mbol

1.

dynasty.

Length, |

^
3,

[No. 27169.]
"
in,

MAAT-Ra (Amen-hetep

1825. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A III)." XVIIIth dynasty.

inscribed

(Long)

live

Neb"^

Length, i

Cf-i
^

[No. 27294.]

1826-1835]

AMEN-HETEr

III.

183

1826. Faience Scarab, faded to grey, of type 6, cast in a mould. On the base is cut " May Neb-MAAT-[Ra] (AmenIIETEP III) live " XVIIIth dynast}'. Length, J in. [No. 38579.]
!

A

1827. Blue glazed steatite Scarab, of type

A

3,

inscribed with an

anagrammatic

^*^«

arrangement of the prenomen of
live!"

Amenhetep
J in.

III,

,"May Neb-maat(i>Ra
[No. 26622.]

;^^%

XVIIIth

dj'nasty.

Length,

1828. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of t)pe K i. On the base is inscribed the prenomen of Amen-HETEP III, in a cartouche surrounded b}- 14 annules. XVIIIth dj'nasty. Length, f in. Newberr}- Satral's, PL xxxi, 6.
:

'^

[No. 28571.]

ring, traces of

1829. Glazed steatite brick-shaped Plaque, faded to white originalK- the bezel of a bronze which remain in the perforation. On the obverse is the prenomen of AmenHETEP III, and on the reverse is a crowned hawk with a scourge on his back, below which is
:

the sign

\>^.

On

each of the two long sides are four amuiles.

XVII Ith

djnasty.

Length,

i

in.

[No. 48912.]

1830. Blue faience Scarab, of type

A

3,

inscribed with the

prenomen of
wings.

Amen-HETEP
Chipped on

III,

onO
-^^^

{sic),

protected by a

hawk with

outstretched
i|^ in.

one

side.

XVIIIth

d)-nasty.

Length,

[No. 27878.]

1831. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of t)'pe A, inscribed with the

prenomen of
(1

g
Vl
(]

Amen-iietep III XVIIIth dynast)-.

in

a cartouche
in.

between two

«c/;-signs

and two

wcrJ/'-feathers.

Length, y^

[No. 28840.]

'^-^

1832. Green
the

glazed

steatite

hemi-cylindrical
III,

prenomen of Amen-HETEP
;

Neb-MAAT-Ra,
the

Plaque. in a

On

the
["""^

cartouche

rounded side is cut between two vidat^

feathcrs

on the

flat

side

is

name

of the

;'iig, k
(|

"Amen-HETEP,
[No. 42007.]

'i
prince

I

(5

of ThebeS;"

XVIIIth

dj-nast)-.

Length,

f in.

1833. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of t}'pe 3, inscribed with the prenomen of A.MEN-IIETEP III in a cartouche between two ;«(?(f/-feathers and two w^/iv-signs. Fine work. XVI llth dj-nasty. Length, § in. Petrie Hist. Scarabs, \2ii. [No. 16909.]
:

A

W^'^'-tj/
-

-^:^
'
l]

1834. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of tjpe
(or, right)

A

3,

inscribed " Beautiful
^^ip' signs.

is

the law ± o
I

^

of

Neb-MAAT-Ra (Amen-HETEP
in.

III),"

between two

XVIIIth

dynasty.

Length, §

[No. 40850.]

1835. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of
;«««/-feathers,

t}-pe

K

i.

On

the back are incised two

and on the base and

is

the

prenomen of Amen-HETEP

III,

Neb-MA.\T-Ra,
in.

Q

between two

;«rfrt/-feathers

uraei.

XVIIIth dynasty.

Length,

W

[No. 38633.]

i

'

1

84

CATALOGUE OF SCARABS, CVLINDER-SEALS,

ETC.

[1836-1846

the

1836. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 3, inscribed on the base with prenomen of Amen-HETEP III, in a cartouche, between two W!?rt/-feathers,
wrrtw^i-.

;"/

.

from each of which springs an

XVI

^

,

1 1

th dynasty.

Length,

^1

in.

[No. 28754.]

^^!^^ ^^'^'^
jjrenoinen

^/
of

Amen-iietep

1837. Green glazed steatite -Scarab, of tj^oe III in a cartouche from which Length, f in.

A
A

3,

inscribed

with the

spring

two

uraei.

XVIIIth

dynast)-.

[\o. 27001.]
3,

1838. Light green glazed steatite Scarab, of type
inscribed the

on the base of which

is

prenomen of A.MEN-HETEP III in a cartouche, surmounted by the aU/ and placed above the ideograph of "gold"; from the cartouche spring two ?iraei. XVIIIth dynast)-. Length, i in. Newberr)- Scam/is, PI. x.wi, 5. [No. 32433.]
:

f3^\ f'^Ss

%^^M

^^^
is

1839. Glazed steatite Plaque, with rounded ends, faded to white.
the
in

On
b)'

the obverse
^

cut

prenomen of Amex-HETEP
a cartouche, from which
j

III,

and on the reverse
d)-nast)-.

is

the

same name

spring three pairs of uraei,

surmountefl
i;

a
^^

the signs,

I,

"good

god."

X\'IIIth

Length,

in.

[No. 453

1

S.J

1840. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 3. On the base are cut the prenomen of Amen-HETEP III, Neb-M.\.\T-R.\, in a cartouche between two //nre/,
facing inwards; and the

emblem

of

stabilit)',
| in.

u,

between two

itraei,

which face

outwards.

XVIIIth

rh'nast)-.

Length,

[No. 41880.]

1841. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of t)-pe

A

3,

inscribed with a cartouche containing;

the

prenomen of Amen-i.ietep
-g

III,

Neb-maat-R.\,
their wings.

O

sie,

between two winged
dvnastv. [No. 41876.]

uraei with the solar disk

between

XVIIIth

Length,

in.

1842. Blue-green glazed steatite Scarab, of t)-pe A 3, inscribed with the III, in a cartouche between two uraei. XVIIIth d)'nasty. Length, in.

prenomen of Amen-HETEP

fi"

^

!0)

[No. 29235.]

" "

1843. Green glazed steatite Plaque, with rounded ends. On the obverse Neb-MA.\T-R.^ (Amen-HETEP III), .son of Amen-Ra " (the sign for
son
" is

is

inscribed

of gigantic size)

;

on the reverse are cut the signs

"
I

,

beaut\,"

;^--

\.-»-

and

,

"strength," with two uraei wearing horns, disk, and feathers, on

^v^^^j-

'^'^j'y>,'
"" ^^

the «f/;-sign.

XVIIIth dynasty.

Length,

g

in.

[No. 28009.]
;

1844. Blue glazed steatite Plaque, with rounded ends
conve.K side
is

one side being con\ex.

On

the

inscribed the ])reni)men of
'^^ii^

/VmEN-IIETEP
.

III,

q^

;

on the other side are cut
in.

an uraeus and a hawk abo\e the sign

XVIIIth d)nast)\

Length, f^

[No. 38761.]

1845. Green glazed steatite Plaque, with rounded ends. On the obverse inscribed the prenomen of Amen-hetep III. On the rt'iwjv is a badi)' XVIIIth cut rosette of four uraei and two dots representing ]jetals.
is

^^^
i^^^i
-

;r^' i>4i^

dynasty.

Length,

yi^ in.

xl

^

'i

^J

[No. 28070.]
y^f?S^

1846. Apple-green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 3, inscribed with the III, in a cartouche above a winged scarabaeus. [No. 169 10.] X\'IIlth d)-nasty. Length, § in. VcUxc Hist. Scarabs, 121^.

prenomen of Amen-HETEP

:

Cf.

note to 1728.

1

1847-1854]

AMEX-IIF.TKI'

III.

T85

1847. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 5 -6, on which is inscribed the prenomen of Amen-HETEP III, in a cartouche, above a winged scarabaeus. XVI I Ith dynasty. Length, f^ in.
[No. 30010.]

V

1848. Blue glazed steatite .Scarab, faded to white, of t\'pc

A

3,

rough!}- inscribed with the

prenomen of Amen-HETEP
of years.

III, in

a cartouche,
in.

above the figure

MM

,

s)-rnbolical of m)-riads

XVIIIth

d)-nasty.

Length, f^

[No. 46545.]

1849. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 3. On the base is cut a figure of a bull trampling on a prostrate enemy before him is a hawk, and above him is the -i^Sf'^'^^^N
:

prenomen of Amen-HETEP
X\'IIIth djnast)'.
Length, f

III, in
in.

a cartouche,
:

(0

1
t_\']je
-?-,

» rilliant
12.

glaze.

Newberry

Saimfis, PI. x.xxi,

[No. 32348.]

1850. Unglazed steatite hawk-headed Scarab, of
are cut the figure of a Won,
/r7ss/r//t,

K

i.

On

the base

the sign of "life,"

and the prenomen of
Length,
[No. 42394-]

Amex-HETEP
1
1
(',

III, in a cartouche,

|

o

'cz^

?1

I

.

XVI

I

Ith d)nasty.

1851. Blue glazed steatite brick-shaped Plaque, faded to ivory-white.
is

On

the olnvrsc
of the

a ro\-al sphinx, pnssaiit, with the signs

1

^^

T

^

^—^

[

,

"

Good God, Lord

Two

Lands, Neb-MA.\T-R.\
'\

(Amen-HETEP
the symbol

III), prince [of

sphinx, couchant, holding dynasty. in. by I in.

of "life";

Thebes]." On the reverse is a royal XVIIIth above, is a winged serpent. [No. 46787.]

1852. Bright green, glazed steatite Scarab, of tj-pe A 3. On the base is cut the figure of a ro}'al sphinx, /rtj-ji?;//, before a cartouche containing the prenomen of Amen-HETEP III

(Neb-ma.\t-Ra),
"

o
.

In the field are the signs

^~^.
,

"

[Lord] of the

Two

Lands," and

f

prince."

XVIIIth

dyna.sty.

Length, f

in.

[No. 41952.]

1853. Glazed steatite Scarab,
figure of a sphinx, concliaut,

faded to grey, of type
uracils.

A

^-6.

On
his

wearing a helmet and an

Above

the base is cut the paws is a cartouche
in

containing the prenomen of
inscription

Amex-HETEP

III (Ma.AT-NEB-R.a),
J in.

;

the field

is

the

-p

ip=si.

XXTIIth dynasty.

Length,

[No. 38672.]

On the obverse is cut 1854. Glazed steatite rectangular Plaque, faded to white. a sphinx, loiichaut, wearing helmet and uracils, with a cartouche containing the prenomen
of

Amen-HETEP

III,

,

between
is
-,'i.

his

paws, and a winged uracils,
"

above him.
1

On
AAAA/V'

the reverse (damaged)

the inscription
in.

Beautiful

is

the

Son of Amen,"

'^^
2

XVIIIth dynasty.

Length,

[No. 38897-]

A

;

l86

CATALOGUE OF SCARABS, CVLINnER-SEALS,
1855. Blue faience
Plaque,

ETC.
is

[1855-1863
inscribed

with roiiiided ends.
III),"

On

the obverse the

"lawful

prince,

Neb-MA.\T-R.\

('Amen-HETEP

^[

J. On

4;^Wi^\
'•S/C^-m^'

^->-*>«,..
--

m'crsc is cut the figure of a hawk-headed sphinx-, coiic/ta/it, with an //nrei/s in front of him. W'lIIth dynasty. Length, | in.

^

--*

''

'^^

~^

—~

[No. 40819.]

(damaged)

1856. Glazed steatite is cut a royal

s^\\\x\^,

Plaque, with rounded ends, faded to grey. On the obverse passant, treading down a prostrate enemy; before him is
III,

inscribed the

prenomen of Amen-HETKI'
"prince (of Thebes)."
T

C ^-^

,

and
reverse

in
is

the

field
"

is

|!,

"Good
is

God" and

|

On

the

^

inscribed
size.

lieautiful

the

Son of Amen-Ra,"
Length,
\\- in.

^ii'-^

:

the two

first

signs are of gigantic

Wlllth

dynasty.

[Xo. 4085.]

1857. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type 3-4, on the base of which cut a kriosphinx, eonchant, wearing the atef-cvo\wn, and holding a figure of the god Ra(.?); above is a winged uraeus with the solar disk between its wings.
is

A

j,

XVIIIth-XLXth

dynasty.

Length,

\ in.

[No. 28535.]

1858. Blue glazed steatite rectangular Plaque. On the obverse is a sphinx, eouehaut, with the head of the god Amen-Ra, holding a figure of the goddess Maat above is his
;

name
title

(I

——

.

On
"

the reverse

is

an ibis-headed sphinx,
his head,

eoni/iaiit,

with a garbled form of the
his back. [No. 281 13.]

of Thoth,

Lord of Khemennu," above
(reign of

and

a

winged sphin.x over

XVIIIth dynasty

Amen-HETEP

III).

Length, |

in.

sphinx,

1859. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type A 3-M i. On the base is a ro}'al eoiie/iant, with raised human hands, holding a figure of Maat and the prenomen of
III,

Amen-HETEP
uraeus.

K ^^^

.

Above

his

head

is

an ureated
| in.

disk,

and behind him

is

a protecting

Chipped.

XVII Ith

dynasty.

Length,

[No. 46845.]

1860. Green paste Scarab, of type A 3. On the base is cut a ro\'al sphinx, coiieliant, holding a figure of the goddess Maat, and a winged nraeiis abo\e his back below is the
;

royal

prenomen R.a-maat-[
Length,
;

.

.

.

],

in

a

cartouche between

two

m-aei,

.

XVIIIth
[Xo. 4229].]

dynasty.

in.

1861. Green faience .Scarab, of type A 5. On the base is a royal sphinx, wearing the Double Crown, eoiieliant, and holding a figure of the goddess Maat above his back is a winged uraeus with the solar disk between its wings. Part of base broken off. XVII Ith-XIXth dynasty. Length, in. [No. 28486.]
I: ,

*i^"^

^^'^

3, on the ba.se of cut a royal sphinx, eoucliaut.\Ni'&\\\'\'g the Double Crown, and holding a figure of the goddess Maat (?), above whose head is the solar disk above the sphinx is a winged uraeus with the disk between its wings. XVIIIth-XIXth

1862. Blue-green glazed steatite Scarab, of type
is

A

which

^rS
r^-

;

dynasty.

Length, f

in.

[No. 28243.]

1863. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t}pe .A 3. of the goddess Maat, the royal sphin.x, eoueluxnt, wearing the
a winged uraeus with the disk in front of
it, ijj

On

solar disk with

the base are cut figures uraei, an a

^^^

^

.

X\'IIIth dynasty.

Length,

^-^

in

[No. 38678.]

,

1864-1871]

amen-hetp:p

in.

1

8;

kins4'

1864. Green glazed steatite rectangular Plaque. On the obverse wearing the helmet and holding a crook, with the prenomen of
III,

is

cut the figure of a

AmEN-HETEP
and
holding

^^37.
'~|

On

the reverse \sd. royal sphinx, cimchaiit, of
life above Length,
;

the

s}-mbol
d\-nasty.

is

a winged

iiraeus.

Rough work.

XVIIIth

[No. 28213.]
t\']je J
i.

1865. Green glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of
the signs T and K, elaboratel}' cut.

On

the wing-cases are

On
O
f)
.

the base

is

a figure of a king,

wearing the helmet and holding

crook and dnkli, standing before the

prenomen of Amen-HETEP
dyna.sty.

III,

Broken and

rejoined.

XXTIIth

Length, f

in.

.^j^^

[No. 45855.]
=] T
I

1866. Glazed steatite rectangular Plaque, faded to white. is a figure of a king, wearing the helmet and carrying crook and di/kh, standing before the inscription "Good God, Lord of the Two Lands, Neb-maat-Ra (AmenHETEP III)." On the reverse is a SYthms., passant, between the

On

the obi'erse

'^;i^

^^
^T^

G
prenomen of the king ^:37 and the signs
d\'nasty.
-J-i

qf
|

d)

.

XVIIIth
[N0.45355.]

in. b\' h

^=

figure of a king,

1867. Light blue faience Scarab, of type L 2, with long base, on which is cut a wearing the helmet and a long robe, slaving an Asiatic whom he
left

grasps with his

hand

;

above,

is

part of the

prenomen of Amen-HETEP
d}nast\-.

III,

O
69

y)
:

while below is the neb-s\gn, Hist. Scarabs, 1208.

7.

XVIIIth

Length,

J!

in.

Petrie
1
1

[No.

6.]

1868. Blue glazed steatite Scarab, parth' discoloured, of type A 4. On the base is a figure of a king slaying a prisoner before him is the prenomen of Amen-HETEP III, in a cartouche; behind are the signs of "protection" and "life." XVIIIth d}nast\'. 1 in. li in. b}[No. 48723.]
;

1

1869. Glazed steatite rectangular Plaque, faded to white. On the obverse is cut a royal sphinx, cotichant, wearing a helmet and uraeiis, and holding a cartouche containing the

prenomen of Amen-HETEP
the reverse
are
is

III,

o
\\

,

Neb-MA.AT-Ra

;

above,

is

a

winged

uraeiis.
;

On
in.

a standing figure of of "beaut}-"

Ra-Harmachis, holding the
"praise,"

//.'?j-sceptre

in

the field

the

signs

and

<='

TO.

XVIIIth

dynast}-.

Length, f

[No. 40899.]

1870. Green glazed steatite rectangular Plaque. On the obverse is cut a figure of a ro}-al sphinx, couchant, holding a cartouche containing the prenomen of Amen-HETEP III above, is a winged uraeus. On the reverse is a figure of the god Ptah, standing before the s\mbols of "life" and
;

f.M

"stabilit}

i.

XVIIIth dynasty.

Length,

Petrie: Hist.

IJ.

KB
A
2

Scarabs, 1206.

[No. 4090.]

1871. Green glazed steatite rectangular Plaque. On the obverse is cut a winged uraeus protecting a cartouche containing the prenomen of Amen-HETEP III. On the reverse is [No. 28632.] a standing figure of Ptah. XVIIIth dynasty. Length, i in.
2

1

88

CATALOGUE OK
1872. Glazed steatite

SCAKAliS, CVLINDKK-SKALS, KTC.

[1872-1880
^ide
is

-shaped I'laque, faded to white.
.

On
"

cut a figure

of the

^"0(1

I'tah,

with the inscription
side
I

.

,

" I'tali,

Lord of the

Twm

<S3'

Lands

"
;

and on the other

is

the

name

of Amkn-H1;ti:i' IH,

prince

of Thebes,"

(1^

J*!.

.WI

Ith

dynasty.

Length,

-,^ in.

[Xo. 43014.]
in

brick-shaped Ring-bezel, with remains of a siUer ring are inscribed (a) " king (Neb)-maat-Ra (Amen-hetep III), beloved of -,^^.,. _,, Maat," (5) " Ptah, Lord fif Right, innumerable praises /_ in the house of Maat ;" and on the two narrow sides <^
jas]3er

1873. Green

the perforation.

On

the two broad

sides

,

,''_j-.^"-r^

(f) "
is

Neb-MAAT-Ra, mighty
Finest
stj-le
4
:

lord,"

and

(cf) "

Beautiful

Selkit."

d}-nast\'.

Length,
;

Essitv, xcvii

Petrie

of seal engraving. in. breadth, N/s/. Smrabs, I-58.
;

XVIIIth
Loftie
:

[No. J4i(.S.j

1874. Glazed steatite rectangular Plaque, faded to grey inscribed on the Neb-MAAT-R.\ (Amen-HETEP III), beloved of Amen." On the mrrst' is cut a figure of the god Menthu-Ra, holding the «rtj-sceptre in the field are the
;

ii/nrrsi' "

;

IT
|-^^T^_,

signs of

" ijraisc," 0,

and

" beaut\'," T.

1

'0

XVIIIth

d\-nast\'. '

Length, f=
'

,'r. n. in.

38669.]

1875. Glazed steatite brick-shaped Plaque, faded to white.
the

On
side

the twu narrow sides are
is

prenomen and name of Amex-HETEP III; on one broad
is

"Beautiful

the Son of winged tirdi-ns behind.

Amen-Ra
XVIIIth

"
! ;

on the other
J;

is
{

the
in.

hawk

zj- o of Mcntu, with a protecting
'

inscribed

d\-nast)'.

in. b\-

[Xo. 48902.]

1876. Glazed faience rectangular Plaque, faded to white. On the obverse is a sphinx, holding a cartouche containing the prenomen of Amex-HETEP III above him is a protecting winged iiraeiis. On the reverse is rudely cut the hawk's-head of Mentu, w ith the s\-mbols of " life " and " beauty." XVIIIth d)'nasty. Length, {^ in. [Xo. 48904.]
((*//< //i-?;//,
;

1877. Light blue glazed steatite rectangular Plaque.
is

On

the obverse

prenomen of Amen-HETEP III, in a cartouche, from which spring two iinxei, beneath the winged solar disk on the reverse is the hawk-head of Mentu, crowned with uraeiis and ]jlumes. XVIIIth
inscribed the
:

dynasty.
/(Y/Ziw,

Length, ii

in.

Petrie: Hist. Searabs, 1202.

1837.

D' Athanasi Col[Xo. 4087.]
flat

'^

1878. Blue glazed steatite Hemi-c>iinder.

On

the

side
is

is

cut the

hawk-head of Mentu, with the signs le
the

t f;

;

on the con\ex side

inscribed

prenomen of Amex-HETEP

III, in a

cartouche between two
.',

///(^FZ-feathers

in relief.

XVIIIth

d\-nast\'.

Length,

in.

[Xo. 27968.]

1879. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type A, with high back and unusually cut
legs.

On

the base
«;v?(7'.

is

a

Hathor-head (sistrum
d}-nast\'
(?).

t}-pe)

above the signs gns
§ in.

iieb-iiiadt tieb-inadt

'f\

a

^
ra

between two

XVIIIth

Length,

[Xo. 45922.] W\
2.

\^'

1880. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t_\-|je L cut a cartouche containing the prenomen of AMEX-ni':Ti:p

On

the base

is

III.

Below

is

a

group of signs consisting of a cartouche,

Rd-kheper

with the sign

K

above below

it

;

this
sis/n

is

placed

between two

Hathor-sistra

with
,4

iiraei

\

and

is

the

^-

XVIIIth

ch-nast\-, or later.

Length,

in.

[Xo. 38708.]

.

^

1881 1889]

AMEN-IIKTEP

III.

189

1881. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t)'pe 6, on the base of which are cut a solar disk, with uraei, figures of the deities Thoth (as an ape) and Maat, and the )icb-ii\gn (perhaps including the prenomen of Amkn-HETEP II I j. XVIIIth dynast)', or later. Length, in. [No. 28349.]
i)

A

1882. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to

which

is

(emblem

gre)', of t\'pe 4-8, with long base, on inscribed the prenomen of Amen-HETEP III, with a figure of an ape of Thoth). XXVIth dvna.sty (?). Length, | in. Blacas Collection, 1867.

A

K

^

[No. 17376.]

^

1883.
in

Light blue faience Scaraboid.
seated on the
;/tV;-sign,

On

the back
Tj,

is

cut an ape,

high

relief,

and before the
is

with one hand

to his mouth.

On
III,

S\

!>,

the

base

inscribed

the

prenomen

of

Amen-HETEP

About XlXth dynasty.

Length, y^ in. [No. 17503-]
in
-

to

pinkish white.
III,

1884. Faience Scaraboid, with back in the form of a negro's head On the base is cut the prenomen of Amen,

high
^_^
'

relief,

faded
-^"^
*:<}*

HETEP
"

a

coiiciMiit

sphm.x,

and

the

signs

"^j^

JT
•^

Son of the Sun
(?)

" (?).

Very rough work, barbaric
J in.
I'etrie
:

st)le.

Rames-

*>i

'•-^^-y

side Period

Length,

Hist. Scarabs, 1223.

Collection, 1867.

JUacas [No. 16917.]

'•^
out.

1885. Blue-green glazed steatite .Scarab, of t}'pe the base is rudely cut a figure of Maat, seated on the is a disk. (A rude imitation of the prenomen of
dynast\'.

A

3,

itcb

with legs roughl\- worked and holding a large auklt.
III.)

On

In front

Amen-HETEP

XV'IIlth-XIXth
[No. 49767.]

Length, y^

in.

1886. Cjlazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t\'pe On the base is 3, coarsely cut. a ver>' rude imitation of the prenomen of Amen-HETEP III in a cartouche, with accompanying
inscription.

A

New Kingdom.

Length,

\ in.

[No. 47320.]

o
1887. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded t<j );ellow, of type the base is a rough copy of the name of Amen-HETEP dynasty, or later. Length, f^ in.

A
III.

3,

roughl)- cut.

Ou „^^,^-,wwv^ .ni
ci

Chipped. XlXth [No. 46149.]

~a~ n
l

1888. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to
signs " 3

gre\-,

of t\pe

A

3.

On

the base are cut the

'^A
.^&^.

Horus Neb-MA.\T-R.\ (Amen-HETEP
,

III),"

between two hawks, above and

below each of which are the signs "^ XlXth dynasty. Length, |i in. ^i:

"Sun, Lord of the
1889, 2829.

Two

Lands." .About [No. 48682.]

o

Cf.

1889. Glazed steatite
the
signs .fe^
in

Scarab,

faded

to

grey,

of type

A

i-)^.

On

the base are cut

,

a

rectangular label, on both sides of which are cut the signs, ^
titles

apparenth'

G

an imitation of the royal
dynasty).

of

Amen-HETEP
Length, |
in.

III

(Neb-MAAT-Ra,
[No. 42800.]

XVIIIth'

About XlXth
Cf.

dj-nasty.
1888, 2829.

TZ^ q

I90

CATALOGUE OF SCARABS, CYLINDER-SEALS,

ETC.

[1890-1900
^c^ifjci^r
?|

1890. Blue glazed steatite Scarab, partly faded to white, of type A 3-4. On base is an imitation ro\'al name, Rd-iieb (intended for the prenomen of Amen-HETEP III), in a cartouche above a neb, between two w^rfZ-feathers, and below a winged sun. XXth-XXIst dynast}'. Length, J in. [No. 49763.]
the
1891. Glazed
slightl)'

^"T"^

H

^
asrSp^aj
,

^
^

^

|?

r

steatite

rectangular

Plaque,

faded

to

gre\',

with

M^agffcij

convex sides, inscribed on one side with a modification of the prenomen of TllOTHMES III, and on the other with that of Amen-

|^>~^'^^'iT-^
>>

\^
:

HETEP

III in a cartouche, with uraei a.nd other signs.
^

XXVIth

dynasty(?).

Length,

in.

Pctrie

:

f//st.

Scarabs, 1270.

[No. 16785.]

^^ r^ ^
.

\ >>
fe^

p ^'.^ ^

:

8. On the base is cut a 1892. Light blue glazed steatite Scarab, of type of a king, wearing the red crown, kneeling in adoration before the prenomen of

A

figure

Amen-HETEP
m.

III,
;

n

(he kneels on the ':;37).

Chipped.

Saite Period.

Length,

i^j

Petrie

^^^^ Hist. Scambs, 1209.
t}-pe '

P

[No. 13386.]

1893. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of
[Q]

A

4,

w

ith legs carefulh- cut,

inscribed with

the prenomen of

Amen-HETEP

III,

v\

.

Chipped

at top.

Saite Period

(?).

=^
Presented by Major-Gen. A. W. H. Meyrick, 1879.
1894. Green faience figure of a squatting Goat, with head forward. On the base is inscribed the prenomen of
III,
5^ {sic).

Length, i in. [No. T/Sig.]

bent

Amen-HETEP

^

XXVIth

dvnastv.
' '

Length, i^^

in.

[No. 17287.]
t\'pe

^

i^

1895. Glazed steatite scarab, faded to white, of
'

A

3,

inscribed with a corru]jt form

of the

prenomen of Amen-HETEP

III,

yj

I.

XXVIth
t}'pe

dynast}-.

Length, i

in.

[No. 41997.]

1896. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of
of the prenomen of

G

'

4, inscribed
-,^ in.

[),

an imitation
[No. 46334.]

Amen-HETEP

III.

XXVIth

dynasty.

Length,
\\\\\\

1897. Green faience Scarab, of
out.

t}-pe

A

7,

clumsil}- cut,

the legs roughh' blocked
'

On

the

base

is

inscribed
in.

the

prenomen of Amen-IIKTEP

III,
(J

.

«»

XXVIth

d}-nasty.

Length, ,V

[No. 4197. J
gre}',

^V
of

^

1898. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to
of the
"

of t}'pe

A
in.

i,

inscribed with a corruption
e\er}-

prenomen of Amen-HETEP

III,

^(1,

reading

"Truth
1;

da}-"

(instead

Possessor of the Right of

Ra ").

Saite Period.
gre}-,

Length,

[No. 38734.]

1899. Faience Scarab, faded to

of t}-pe

A

8,

inscribed with an imitation of the

prenomen of AMEN-HETia-

111,

®

cl

(0\.

X.W'lth

(l\nast}-.

Length,

:4

in.

[No. 48775.]

1900. Light blue glazed
of the

steatite
III,

Scarab, of t}-pc

.A

4.

inscribed

.^::^^,

an imitation
nast}'.

prenomen

of

Amen-HETEP

with the sign

T

substituted for e.

X.XX'Ith d}

Length,

^

in.

Hay

Collection, 1868.

[No. 17249.J

1901-1911]

AMEN-HETEP
faience Scarab,

III.

I9I

1901. Light green
is

of

type

A

7,

clumsih-

cut,
off.

inscribed

"Beautiful

Neb-MAAT-Ra," with
Length,
^

the

w^-^^-sign,

^tjlj)-

Head broken

XXVIth

/^;^'>\
-

dynasty.

in.

Blacns Collection, 1867.

[Xo. I7572-]

-^

•'Beautiful

1902. Light blue faience cast Scarab, of type A, cast in a mould, inscribed XXVIth Thick glaze. is' NeI!-MA.\T-Ra (Amen-HETEI> III)." [No. 22561.] dynasty (?). Length, ^V in'

-.j^f»,»
.

V^
III),

^.

1903. Green faience Scarab, of type
protects,"

A

3,

inscribed
,%

"

Neb-M.\at-R.\ (Amex-HETEP
Petrie
:

^^

®1] '9.

XXVIth

dynast\-.

Length,

in.

Hist.

Scarabs,
17-^14-]

/Vl/7**i

12 17.

[No-

"^^i^^^

Presented by B. Herz, Esq., 1851.

1904. Composition Scarab, faded to "Amen-HETEP (III), prince of Thebes."

gre)-,

of t\-pe

A

5.

On

the ba.se
ij

is

inscribed

XXVIth

dynasty.

Length,

q
,

in.

^^ ^
I

[No. 45896.]

I

1905. Glazed steatite Scaraboid-Plaque, faded to white, inscribed
of Thebes,"
or earlier.

"

Amen-HETEP,

prince

^^ ?

*!

(a late
in.

form of the name of

Amex-HETEP

III).

XXVIth

dyna.sty

Length, -^

[No. 43009-]

1906. Lapis-blue hard paste Scarab, of type
of

A

7.

On
n
.

the base

is

inscribed the

name

Amex-HETKI'
3

III,

in

the incorrect late manner,

.

XXVIth

dynasty, or

earlier.

Length,

in.

[[
blue

[No. 45713.]
6,

1907. Light

composition

Scarab,

of

type

A

inscribed

with

the

name
i"^*^^

01

Amex-HETEP
(the

(son of

Hapu

?),

or of

two are probabl)- confused).

Amen-hetep III, XXVIth dynast)-. Length,

as "

Ra-Amex-hetep,"
[No. 39354.]

K

i in.

Amex-HETEI'

1908. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t>-pe A 8, inscribed with the name XXVIth dynasty. (the son of Hapu, confused with Amex-HETEP III). [No. 47263.] Length,' i in.
"

the

name Amex-HETEP.

1909. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of type A 8, inscribed with Probably XXVIth dynasty. Length, fi^- in. [No. 40369.]
1910. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type

'-]

^/^---

'^^^:
liJ«r^!r-.

=^=

S

^^3^

A

8.

On

the base are cut the
(I

figure of a

winged

uracils

and the inscription

"

offered to

Amen-(Ra),"

^^ sk

\

/^^^^
N^A^^A^^

a confusion

with the

name Amex-HETEP.

Uncertain Period.

Length, § in. [No. 40260.]

On
"

1911. Bronze rectangular Plaque, mounted on a plain bronze hoop ring, of circular section. one side is a corrupt form of the name Amex-HETEP, with the s\-mbols of "beauty" and
(I

power,"

r"^
^^='

T

v
in.

J

^"cl

on the other

is

an almost
d>-nasty.

illegible

ro}'al (?)

name
i

W'-

Much
plaque,

'

^

^ "^
^

^^
/\

oxydized.

XXVIth

Diameter of

ring,

m

.

a
'

in.

by

[F" ranks

274]

y^^yg^f^:,

Bequeathed by the

late

Sir A. W. Franks, K.C.B.

-

192

CATAI.OCUE OF SCARABS, CYLINDKR-SEALS, ETC.
1912. Green faience Scarab, of type

[1912 1919

A

3,

inscribed

"May Neb-maat-Ra

live!"

"^O J

'

Uncertain Period.

Length,

j^

in.

[No. 39582.]
])Iain
„..

1913. C'arnelian Cowroid, with

back.
4ft
.

On
Fine

the he.xaoonal base
st>-ie.

is

inscribed
--^
'

the

prenomen of Amkx-hktei'

III,

^^
I

Slightly chipped.

From
2.]

^

Palestine.

XVII Ith

d}-nast}-.

Length,

in.

[Xo. 1900-5-22,

'-y
o

Scarab, faded to grey, of tx'pe A 3-4, inscribed Lands, Nkb-.MA.\T-R.\ (A.MEN-HETEl' III), appearing (in) everj- land." From Arban, on the Khabiir (Mesopotamia). Birch, in Layard, Nincvdi and Babylon (1853), p. 281, .Vo. 3; Budge, The Jf/mniiy, X\'IIIth d\'nasty. Length, in. [No. 103039.] p. 251.
1914. Glazed
steatite

"Good God,

Lord of the

Two

n

Q
^/^>1

,i;

Cf.

1556 8

(of

Thothmes

III,

but of

-WI II-.\l\th

dynasty date).

1915. Blue faience Scarab, of t\-pe 3-4, partly discoloured. On the base is cut the prenomen of Amen-hetep III. From lalysos,

A

Rhodes (Grave No. ix). Furtwangler-Loschcke, Mykenischc Vasen (Text), PI. Fl i, p. 75 (erroneously
silver wire).

described
in.

as

fastened

to

a

ring

of
in.;

XVIIIth

d\'nast\'.

Length, li

breadth,

i

[Xo. 70-10-8, 130.]

Presented by John Rjiskin, Esq.,

1

870.

This and the other scarabs found with Mycenaean (Late Minoan III) pottery, etc., at lalysos, are of .W'lIIth dynasty date, and, with similar objects of the same date, from Mycenae (for references see Hall, (Khuenaten) Oldi's/ Civilisation of Greece, p. 49), and Cyprus {e.g., the scarab of Tii and ring of Amenhetep described below, 1944 and 2678), have played an important part in the fixing" of the date of the Mycenaean (Minoan) period of Greek civilization.

W

1916. Pale blue faience Scarab, of t}-pe

A

8,

roughl}' cut.

On

the base
9\

is

inscribed

an imitation of the prenomen of AiMEN-HETEP

III,

with the wcwZ-feather,
l^iliotti,

P^-om Kameiros, Rhodes (Excavations of Salzmann and

1864).
^

^^ ^\
(J

O

^Q^'t"

XXVnth

d\'nast\\

Length,

-,^ in.

[No. 64-10-7, 798.]
For
style
cf.

1901
8,

ft'.

1917. Light blue faience Scarab, of t\'pe
a garbled version of the

A

roughl>' cut.

On
I'runi

the base

is

inscribed

prenomen of .AMEN-lliniM'
Biliotti, 1864).

(Excavations of Salzmann and

^ ,(1)XXVIth d_\nast\-.
III,

Kameiros
-,'^

y7#>x

'— ^^ in. Length, [No. 64-10-7, 903.]

Cf.

1898.

1918. Light
"

blue

faience

Scarab,

of t)-pe

A
-

8.

On

the

base

is

roughlj- inscribed

Neb-MAAT-Ra (Amen-HETEP
;

III) protects,"

V

I).

h'rom

Kame-

iros

as beff)re.

XW'Ith

dynast\-.

Length,
Cf.

,'ij-

in.

[Xo. 64-10-7, 907.]

1903.

1919. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t>'pc

i\ 7,

inscribed with a modification of
:

the

prenomen of Amen-HI;ti:p
Length.

III, the sj-mbol of gold, nub,

being substituted for neb

pssr^

i-

Saite Period.

[No. 32463-]

1920-1928]

QUEEN

Til.

193
t_\pe
.A
ij

1920. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of
imitated ro}-al prenomen

5,

inscribed with the

'^

yj.

XlXth

d\-nast\-.

Length,

in.

[No. 38775.J

1921. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type A 4. On the base are cut the ideogra]jhs of the solar disk, " gold," " truth," and the Red Crown the whole forming, ]3erhaps, an imitation of a ro^'al name, XXth-XXIInd dynasty. Length, Hn. [No. 40537.]
;

O
'"^^^^^

o

1]

S/ ^^

'S

1922. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of t\'pe A 4-5, with high rounded and striated legs, inscribed with an imitated royal prenomen. Chipped at bottom. XXth-XXIInd dynasty. Length, f in. [No. 15704.]

G
i'^'^\

back

G M

^6

f

1923. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of large type A 3, on the base of which is cut a figure of Oueen Til, seated on a throne; she wears the high feathers of Mut, and holds in one hand a flower, in the Before her is the inscription " Great other the symbol of " life."
king's wife. Til,
liv•i"g."

t ^

^
]
c^

n

XVIIIth dynasty,
B.M. number
is

^^

rf

.\^

ir

Length, if in. Tetrie Hist. Scarabs, erroneously given as " 169 16").
:

1308 (the

TP\124

[No. 16919.]

1924. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of t}'pe A 3, inscribed " Great king's wife, Newberr)Scarabs, in. Til." Fine work. XVHIth d\-nasty. Length, [No. 32351.] PL x.x.xi, 4.
'

\

'

,;:

:

1925. Blue-green glazed steatite Cowroid, inscribed " Great king's wife, XVIIIth dvnastv. Length, f in. Til." [No. 32385.]
'

'^
'

ls#/.

"^^

^^

Til,

who

1926. Violet glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 3, inscribed XVIIIth d\-nasty. Length, \^ in. liveth."

"

Great king's wife.
[No. 38588.]

\
1927. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of t>-pe Chipped. of queen Til; as before. Length, | in.

A

3,

inscribed with

the

name

XVIIIth dynasty.
[No. 41856.]

^
=|:

\\\

\^

*^w>

1928. Glazed steatite Cowroid, faded to yellow, inscribed with the name of queen Til,
1 ^rj\\L|(]l, "king's wife. Til."

XVIIIth dynasty.

Length, {i

in.

[No. 42980.]
2

B

I

194

CATALOGUE OF SCARABS, CVLIXDER-SKAL,
1929. Pale blue faience Scarab, of type

ETC.

[1929-1942

A

3,

with

let,^s

roughly indicated, inscribed with

the

name

of queen Til,

t

<=

,

"

king's wife. Til."

XV'IIIth dynasty.

Length,

^

in.

1930. Deep blue

faience

Scarab, of t\-pe

A

3,

inscribed

"

king's wife, Til,"

^

\\\

Thick

glaze.

XVIIIth

d>'nasty.

Length,

;^

in.

[No. 40825.]
parti)'

1931.

Deep blue glazed

steatite

Cowroid,
d\-nasty.

discoloured, inscribed
f in.

with the

name

of queen Til,

/^ 1

|(](1

W.

XVI Ilth

Length,

[No. 42982.]

1932. Blue glazed steatite Cowroid, inscribed as before,
Length, |i
in.

J

" \mI^^OlJ-

XVIIIth

dj'nasty.

[No. 38595-]
faience

1933. Hlue

Cowroid,

inscribed

as

before,

J

^

X\'IIIth

dynasty.

Length, f

in.

[No. 38594-]

1934. Light green faience Cowroid, inscribed as before. XVIIIth Length, f in. Petrie HisL Scaj-abs, 1287. B/acas Collection, 1867.
:

d)-nast\'.

T

<=>

")[!(]

[xNo. 16914-]

m
\\
1

1935. Light Length, | in.

blue

glazed

steatite

Cowroid, inscribed

as

1934.

XVIIIth

dynasty. [No. 28831.]
d\-nast>\
8.]

1936. Deep green glazed steatite Cowroid, Length, % in.
1937. Deep green Length, I in.
glazed steatite Cowroid,

inscribed

as

before.

XVIIIth

[No. 283
inscribed
as
before.

XVIIIth

d\-nast_\-.

[No. 30596.]

1938. Pright blue faience (?) Cowroid, inscribed as before. Length, in. Loftie Essay, c.
i
:

XN'IIIth dynast}',
[No. 24171-]

/•^-i—
.

0fi

r

^"

•/'

1939. Dark blue paste Scarab, of
colour and paste; PI. xxxi, 17.
finel\'

tj'pe

A

3,

inscribed as before, |

^

tjlj.
()

Unusual
Sorr,r/>s,

cut.

X\MIIth

d\-iiast\'. '

Length,
'

!;
'

in.

Newberry:

[No. 30589.]

1940. Pale blue glazed steatite Scarab, of type

A

3,

iascribed as before,

^^^s^^
(

1 U
I
sic

(jl],

within a double border.

Chipped.
Blacas

X VI

Ith dx'nasty.

Petrie:

II ist. Scarabs, \2go.

Collcc/io//,

iS6/.

Length, | [No. 69
1

in, 3.]

v,^-=

1

>5:5^^<^

1941. Light blue glazed steatite Scarab, of t\'pe

L

2,

inscribed as before,

1 ^Iflfl

("^>

X\'l Ilth dynasty.

Length,
(?)

g in.

[No. 38714.]
in.scribed

1942. Vitreous paste
intended for the

Cowroid, discoloured,

1i(|(]q,
g in.

])robably

name

of queen Til.

.WTIIth d\nasty.

Length,

[No. 28783.]

1943-1950]

AMEN-HTiTEP

IV.

195

1943. Blue-green glazed steatite .Scarab, of

t_\'pe

K

i,

inscribed

"Beautiful

is

the
III),

daughter of Amen," (? Til),
Length, i% m.

I

^^

t]

vw^A^

XXTIIth d\nasty

(period of

Amenhetep

[No. 39240.]

1944. Faience Scarab, faded to white, of type J i, roughl}- 1 made. On the broad base is impre.ssed the name of queen Til, T c Contemporar}'. From Fnkomi Tomb 93 {^British Museitin -\t\\\ aXicrs, Excavatio>is in Cvp ni s Excavations). Murra)-, Smith and UU PL iv, No. 608. Late XVIIIth dynast)-. Length, in.
:

W

^^ ^^^—
[No. 97-4-1, 608.]

,

jj

'

-^

This scarab and the ring of Khu-en-Aten (2678) found at Enkomi, in the same tomb (93), are important evidence of the date of the Mycenaean period in Cyprus. Cf. also the ring 2660 (from Tomb 66 at Enknmi), which is certainly of this date, and probably of Amenhetep III and Tii.

1945. Blue

glazed

steatite

Scarab,

of

t\-pe

K

2,

KHEPERU-R.\ Ua-en-Ra (Khu-en-Aten Amen-hetep XVIIIth dynasty. Length, | in.

inscribed " NeferIV), chosen of Amen."

[No. 3777^-]

)

III

O

The mention of Amen on a scarab of Khu-en-Aten is rare, and shows that the scarab dates from the beginning of the reign. [Cf. the rings 2677, 2678 ]
1946. Bright blue faience Scarab, of type A 3-6, inscribed IV), chosen of Amen, appearing as eternit}'." XVIIIth dynast}'. [No. 29263.] Length, | in.
"

Nefek-kheperu-Ra (Amen-hetep
The
inscription
is

(mz]

interesting,
I\',

and dates the object

to

the

beginning of

the

reign of

Amen-hetep

before he had adopted the monotheistic worship

of the Aien.

cut the

1947. Glazed steatite rectangular Plaque, faded to brownish-purple. prenomen of KlIU-EN-AxEX, " Nefer-KHEPERU-R.^, beloved
i

On

the obverse

is

of Maat,"

^ S "=3^
III

.

On

the reverse
of the

is

\\ cut a figure of a ro^-a sphinx,

^.\J^/^^
glaze.

1

_rf^" sjj

;

couchant, with the

name
in.

god °

"

Nefer-Temu

" f?)

T
^^'i^'^

.

Nacreous

X\TIIth

dynasty.

Length, f

«v

[No. 38679.]

The heresy of Khu-en-Aten did not go so far as absolutely to prohibit the appearance of Maat, the goddess of Right, or of Temu, the Heliopolitan Sun-god, of whom the Aten was the disk.
1948. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to grey, of type

A

3,

flat,

inscribed "

Nefer| in.

KHEPERU-R.\ (Khu-en-Aten),

rising like Ra," *

°

S.

XVIIIth dynasty.
'

Length,

A,

For the same reason the Sun-god Ra (of whom the Heliopolitan proscribed. But the scarab is probably to be dated early in the reign.

J?

Temu

[No.429"6o.] was a form) was not entirely

1949. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type
titles

A

3,

inscribed with the

prenomen and
of the

of

Khu-EN-Aten i
Length,
f in.

T

^'
[

I

^^iL
III

Lands,

Nefer-KHEPERU-Ra Ua-EN-Ra, appearing

A

I

(i^v],

"Good God, Lord
[in]

Two

\\\
(rising)

the

Lands."

XVIIIth
[No. 40280.]

dynasty.

1950. Dark green
"

faience

Scarab, of tj'pe

A

G
3,

inscribed
III

Nefer-kheperu-Ra Ua-EN-Ra (Khu-en-Aten),
XVIIIth dynasty.
Length,
§ in.

beloved of

Aten-Ra."

[No. 28417.]

v_y
2

B 2

:

196

CATALOGUE OF SCARABS, CYLINDER-SEAI.S,

ETC,

[1951-1959

1951. Blue glazed steatite Scarab, of type
inscribed
"

A

3,

roughly
:

cut,

NefeR-KHEPERU-Ra Ua-EN-Ra,
dynast}-.

XVIIIth
ri.

Length,

|^

in.

pacifying Aten-Ra." Ne\vberr\Sau-abs,

xxxi, 27.

o
[No. 30596.]

1952. Dark green glazed steatite .Scarab, of t\pe
"

A

3,

inscribed

G
:^'^^).
III

Nefer-kheperu-R.\
Length,
PI.
-,-^

'U."\-EN-R.A,
in.

d}nasty. Scarabs,

Petrie

:

prince of Th'ebe.s." Hist. Scarabs, 13 14;

XVIIIth
Newberry:
[No. 409;.]

xxxi

13.

%M^
±

(for fine

1953. Sk}--bluc faience Cartouche-Plaque, ver}^ thin, and with three perforations sewing on to cloth, etc.), inscribed with the prenomen of Khu-EN-Aten. Ver\style companion plaque to 1954. XVIIIth dynasty. Length, in. [No. 24758.]
;

1

i

^
(]
'

q

1954. Sky-blue faience Cartouche-Plaque, very thin, and with three perforations sewing on to cloth, etc.), stamped with the name of Khu-EN-Aten. Ver)- fine style; companion plaque to 1953. XVIIIth dynasty. Length, in.
(for
i

~^
"^

'^
of

[No. 24759.]

1955. \"iolet-blue faience Cartouche-Plaque, inscribed with the

name and prenomen
l|

AmeN-HETEP IV

before his adoption of the divine

.-i/<7/-heres)-.

Obverse,

—r^

"Amen-hetep,

O
.

prince of Thebes."
Ver\- fine
st}-le.

7vcjv7-jv,

"Nefer- ^ ?
Length

kheperu-Ra Ua-en-Ra,"
O
44in.
111

XVIIIth

d\-nast}-.

Petrie

H!s/.

,.,-^
A/VSAAA

Scarabs, 13

12.

1956. Bright blue faience double Cartouche-Plaque, inscribed with the name _and prenomen of Amen-HETEP IV Neferkmeperu-Ra Ua-en-Ra, Kmu-en-Aten. XVIIIth dynasty. Length, | in. [No. 42998.]
; '

1957. Light blue faience Scarab, of type
inscribed

K

the

prenomen of Khu-EN-Aten.

Length,

T?^ in.

the base is X\''IIIth dynasty. [No. 32403.]
1.

On

o
I
j,,,
'

^
"
3,

^^

r L^ '^—^i^ f*!^^ '^f
. '*

.^^

-•

1958. Blue glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of
the

t_\-pe

A

3-4, inscribed with part of

prenomen

of

Kuu-EN-Aten, Nefer-K.I1EPERU-R-\,

10°"^A
J

N\'IIIth

dynasty.

Length,

^

in.

[No. 42432.]
steatite

1959. Glazed

Scarab,

faded

to

drab,

of

t\-pe
^^

inscribed

with

the

prenomen of Kiiu-EN-Aten, Nefer-KHEPERU-Ra Ua-EN-R.^,
Length, f
in.

^^'-

XVIIIth d\nasty.
[No. 41942.]

1960 1969]

TUTANKHAMEN.
is

197
inscribed the

1960. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 4, flat. On the base prenomen of Khu-EN-Aten, as before. XVIIIth dynasty. Length, f in.

[No. 30595.]

as 1960.

1961. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t>'pe A 4, rather clumsily cut, inscribed [No. 32395 ] XVIIIth dynasty. Length, j in. Slightly chipped.

dynast}-.

1962. Unglazed white steatite Length, f^ in.

Scarab,

of type

A
On

3,

inscribed as 1960.

XVIIIth
[No. 40387.J

1963. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type

K

i.

the base

is

cut the

prenomen of
[No. 39218.]

Khu-en-Aten

OO
J

III
.

••

XVIIIth dynasty.

Length,

| in.

1964. Light green glazed steatite Cowroid, inscribed with the prenomen of :d

Khu-en-Aten, o
Si-ara/)s,

T

6

^^ —
ill

.

XVIIIth dynasty.

Length,

| in.

Petrie

:

//«/.

1^26.

Hay

Collection, \Z62>.

[No. 171

54.]

1965. Blue paste Scarab, of type

D

7,

inscribed with part of the

prenomen of Amenin.

hetep IV (Khu-en-Aten),

gT^.

XVIIIth dynasty.

Length,

^

[No. 39572.]

1966. Light blue faience double Cartouche-Plaque, perforated through the sides, inscribed with the name of queen Nefer-neferu-Aten-Ra Neferti-iti, wife of Khu-en-

Aten.

XVIIIth

d)-nasty.

Length, |f

in.

[No. 21937.]

1967. Blue

faience

double Cartouche- Plaque of

queen

Nefer- neferu- Aten Neferti-iti.
Length, |
in.

XVIIIth

dynasty.

[No. 40897.]

v_y
1968. White faience Cartouche-Plaque, inscribed with the name Tutankhamen, prince of Hermonthis." Broken at foot. XVIIIth dynasty. Length, f in. [No. 17010.]
of
"
|]
'

sic

^
7
|

original colour of this plaque was white. of the glazes of the end of the .\\'IIIth dynasty.

The

Unusual colours are characteristic
Cf.

1
[jl

'^

note to 1728.

*4^

1969. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to grey, of type
sic

L

2,

on the base of which are cut
of the

the hieroglyphs,

^

^^

;

these are a confused

compound

prenomens of the kings

Tutankhamen
dynasty.

(Neb-kheperu-ra) and Ai (Kheper-kheperu-Ra).
Length,
A

XVIIIth

in.

[No. 40520.]
'p^

^

is

a mistake of the scarab cutter for

1

198

CATALOGUE OF SCARABS, CYLINDER-SEALS,
1970. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to
gre>-,

ETC.
inscribed
^
.

[1970-1978

of

type

A

3,

with

part

of

the

prenomen

of

TuT.\\KH.AMEN, Neb-KHEI'ERU-[R.^]
1

w
1

.

X\'IIIth

dynasty.
40578.]

Length,

^

in.

[^'"-

1971.

Deep

blue faience Scarab, of type
(?

L

2,

inscribed Rd-Kheper,

W;

O

probably

^^^'

intended for a royal prenomen
in.

of

TUTANKHAMEN).

XVIIIth dynasty.

Length,

1972. Light blue fai'ence Barrel-Bead with large perforation, inscribed " Son of the Sun, TUTANKHAMEN, Prince of Hermonthis, beloved of the great god Ker " {sic ? Seker). Much worn, the glaze XVIIIth d\-nasty. Length, i| in. is faded and discoloured.
;

[No. 12737.]
Unless

^^

is

intended for

^

1

,

Seker, this deity " Ker

"

is

other-

The proIf he existed, he was probably a foreign god. wise unknown. venance of this bead is uncertain, but judging from the present appearance of the glaze it may have been found in Syria or Cyprus.

1973. Base of a light blue glazed steatite Scarab, of type K, inscribed with
the

prenomen of Al
in.

II,
:

KHErEK-KHEPERU-.ARl-MA.AT-RA.
Hist. Soinr/'s, 1357.

XVIIIth

dynast)-.
' ' '

Length, y^

Petrie

/I<iv Collection, 1868.

[No. 17146.]

1974. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type

A

^-j,

inscribed with the

G
r^"^

prenomen of Ai
dynasty.
1839.

II,

Kheper-kheperu-.a.ri-maat-Ra Mer-Amen.
in.

XVIIIth
Collection,

Length,

§

Petrie:

Hist.

Scarabs,

1359.

Annstasi

[No. 4098.]

1975. Blue faience Scarab, of t)-pe on the '^z^ sign, and the inscription

A

i.

On

"Good

the base are cut a ro>'al sphinx, god. Lord of the Two Lands,

coHcliaiit,
,

TcHESER-KHEPER-R.\(HERU-EM-HEB),"'1l^Ef (g\=^
Length,
g

^J.

XVI II th

dynasty.

^Si^tHn-'-rA

[No. 40859.]

1976. Pur[3le glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 3, with rounded back, pERU-EM-HEB, TcilESER-KHEPERU-R.\ inscribed with the prenomen of Setep-EN-Ra. XVIIIth dynasty. Length, f^ in. [No. 42713.]

O^

^,

/«»\\ .^m;^^

1977. Chocolate-brown glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of type A 3, inscribed with the prenomen olf Heru-EM-HEB, Tcheser-KHEPERU-Ra Setep-EN-R.\. [No. 37780.] XVIIIth dynasty. Length, J in.
See note to 1968.
.

O

^^,^^

1978. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of t}-pe A 3, inscribed with the name of Heru-EM-HEE, "beloved of Amen." XVIIIth dynasty. Length, -j^ in. [No. 461 14.]
"^EP

9

1979-1986]

HERU-EM-HEB.

199

1979. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to yellow, of type of unusual size, inscribed " Heru-EM-IIEH, beloved of Amen, making monuments in Thebes." Slightl}' chipped. XVIIIth dynasty. Length, i in. [No. 38573.]

A

4,

1980. Base of a green glazed steatite Scarab, of t)'pe A 6, very roughI>- inscribed " Lord of the Two Lands, good god, like
[Ra], TcHKSER-KHEPERU-RA SETEr-EN-RA (Heru-em-hek), prince of Heliopolis, beloved of Ptah." XVIIIth d\'nast_\'. Length, | in. Petrie Hist. Scarabs, 1380. Hav Collcctio)i, 1868.
:

ia
G
O

[No. 171

19.]

1981. Glazed
"

steatite

Scarab,
g in.

Tcheser-kueperu-Ra (Heru-em-heb),
d}'nasty.

faded to white, of type A beloved of Sekhet."

3,

inscribed

Rough work.

XVIIIth

Length,

\
[No. 42853.]

v_y
1982. Light blue paste Plaque, with rounded ends, inscribed with the prenomen and name of Heru-E.M-heb, with the additional title "rightful prince." XVIIIth Length, | in. Hay Collection, 1868. d)'nasty. [No. 171 55.]

o
•5'*'
5/
111
t'

,','.'T/7i

\

^^5:7

1983. Thin light blue faience Cartouche-Plaque, with a ring at each end for stringing, inscribed with a modification of the prenomen of Heru-EM-HEB.

G
''^

XVIIIth dynasty.

Length, ||

in.

Hay

Collection,

1868.

'

"J
[No. 14762.]
iv-ii

1984. Glazed steatite Cartouche-Plaque, faded ti) brown, inscribed on one prenomen " Good god, Tcheser-kmei'Eru-Ra Setep-en-R.a," and on the other side with the name of HERU-EM-^^EB. XVIIIth dynast\-. Length, f in. Petrie Hist. Scarabs, 138^ [No. 171 20.]
side with the
:

-jS^s
'tf^^. '*'•;:

.W*i'

m
u
G

&^_

-^

1985. Lilac faience lentoid Plaque, slightly convex, and with a dowel-shaped hollow at the back into which open the double perforations for stringing, inscribed in light blue glaze inlay " Good god, Tcheser-kheperu-R.a Setep-en-Ra (Heru-em-heb)." XVIIIth dynasty. Length, if in. Petrie Hist. Scarabs, 1^72.
:

^~^

[No. 17135.]

v_^
1986. Upper half of a blue faience Pendant, in the form of a cartouche, inscribed with the name of Heru-EM-HEB, "beloved of Amen." From Uer al-Bahari XVIIIth dynasty. Length, Jg^ in.
Presented by the Egypt Exploration Fund,
1

'

[No. 41 145.]
904.

K^y -^
Z^^k

200

CATALOGUE OF SCARABS, CYLINDKR-SKALS,
1987. Lit^lU blue faience Scarab, of type
:

ETC.

[1987-1995

A

8,

"TcHE.SER-KHEPEK-R.\ (? Heru-em-heb) is good " (?). " P>om XX Vlth dynasty. Length, i in. Petrie Hist. Scarabs, 1364.

with long base, inscribed Thebes. [No. 171
51.]

®

]^ ^ ^
o
.©as

1988. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to green, of tj^pe A 3. On the base are cut a royal .sphinx and the name of king Rameses (I), beloved of Amen-Ra. XlXth dynasty. Length, \ ni. [No. 39918-]

O
o
1

1989. l^luc faience thin Cartouche-Plaque, surmounted by disk and plumes, and with a small ring for stringing at each end, inscribed with the name of " RAMESES I (?), beloved of Amen." Imperfect originally at the top, which was broken but glazed over. XlXth d}'nast}'. Length, ly^ in. [No. 23108.]

1990. Blue faience Scarab, of type J i, cast in a mould, and stamped with the name of Rameses I (?), XlXth dynasty. Length, ^V i"- Petrie: Hist. Scarabs, 1400. [No. 1 7 148.] Presented by Mr. Yftsuf Ben Hatiii Pinto, 1853.

©
(t|

i."^

JIL

1991. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of

t_\'pe

A
2

3,

inscribed with the

name

of

^J^
A'-.
^

Rameses

(I),

n

J,

n.

XlXth

d\'nast\-.

Length,

in.

[No. 37804.]

scribed

1992. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t\'pe A 7, in" Ma)' Ra-Harmachis, Lord of the Two Lands, protect Rameses (I)." XLXth d}-nast}-. Length, j-f in.
[No. 38574.]

l^e

1993. Blue-green glazed steatite Scarab, of t)-pe A 4. On the base king, wearing the helm, standing with one arm raised before the " firm," and the name hawk's head of Menthu in the field are the word, 1^^^^
figure of a
; ,

is

cut

a

Rameses,

re.

,

possibly of

Rameses L

XlXth

dj'nast}-.

Length,

-|

in.

[No. 28204.]

^^^^'

1994. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to gre>-, of />e//ti, meri-Alaat I, titles (? Rameses dynasty (?). Length, A in.
royal

t)-pe

A

3-8, inscribed with

'Men-PEHTI-Ra).

XlXth
(^

y^ -^
fl ^^1
I

[No. 42434.]

1995. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type

K

3,

inscribed with the pre-

^^^
^^^^—'

nomcn

of

Rameses

I,

Men-PEHTI-Ra.

XLXth

dxnast}-.

Newberry: Scarabs.

V\. ii.y.yiw, \\.

Length, \ in. [No. 32445.]

vQ v^

1

1996 2007]

RAMESES

I

—SETI

I.

20
3,

1996. Blue-green glazed steatite Scarab, of type

A

inscribed with the
in.

prenomen of
[No. 40865.]

O

Rameses

I,

Men-peh-Ra,

^^. XlXth

dynasty.

Length, i

of

Ram eses

1997. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type Rough work. X I Xth dynasty. I, as before.

A

3,

inscribed with the
in.

prenomen

Length, i

[No. 42030.]
Inscribed as the [Xo. 37805.]

foregoing.

1998. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type XlXth dynast}'. Length, f in.

G

4; legs not indicated.

d\-nast_\-.

1999. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of t\pe Length, A in.

A

3,

inscribed as the foregoing.

XI Xth

[Xo. 37806.]

2000. Blue-green glazed
inscribed as the foregoing.
PI.

steatite

XI Xth

Scarab, of t\-pe dynasty. Length,

A

3-4, with long oval base,

:,.'*_>

-jV in.

Xewberry

:

Scamds,

f'H^^

xxxiv,

9.

[No. 32474.] with rounded back,
the
^j^-

2001. Green
foregoing.

faience

XlXth

Scaraboid-Plaque, dynasty. Length, | in.

inscribed

as

[No. 30598.]

2002. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type 4, inscribed with the prenomen of R.\MESES I. XlXth dynasty. Length, -j^ in. Loftie Essi7j', cxvi. [No. 24187.] Newberr\- Sarrads, P]. xxxiv, 10.
:

A

^...'T...^

:

"f)

2003. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of t\pe 4, with long legs; inscribed with the prenomen of Rameses I. X IX th dynast}-. Length, | in. Petrie Hist. Scumds, 1392. Lcif/e Collection, 1842. [No. 171 58.]
:

A

® (^^ ^v
^^^^-^

2004. Glazed
of the

steatite Scarab, faded to gre}", of
I,

t}pe J

2,

inscribed
(?).

^,

possibly part
-j% in.

prenomen of Rameses

MEN-rEHTi-RI.

XlXth dynasty

Length,

[No.

4

2005. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type representations of a HI}- and two branches, and on the base is cut the standing figure of a king wearing the dtef-zxown. above his wig, and holding two fettered Asiatics by the hair. Beneath his feet is the sign pSS^, "gold," and in
the field are the

D

i.

On

the back are can-ed

prenomen of
,

Seti

I,

O

i^"*^
\J]

,

and the signs

——
sic

"

Lord of the (Two) Lands."
i

XlXth

d}nast}-.

Length,

in.

[No. 41609.]

2006. Blue glazed
inscribed crackled.

steatite Scarab, of

type

D

i,

with broad base,

with the

name

of Seti

(I),

Mer-EX-PTAH.

Thick glaze

;

XlXth

d}'nast}-.

Length, \

in.

[No. 30599.]

a
2007. Glazed faience Scarab, faded to white, of t\"pe A 3 name of Seti I :\Ier-[ex]-Ptah. Chipped. XlXth dynastv.
;

inscribed with the Lengtli, | in.

"

fif)

[No. 391

1 1.]

tir[
2 C

^,

:

.

202

CATALOGUE OF SCARABS, CYLINDER-SEALS,
2008. Glazed
steatite Scarab, faded to
I,

ETC.

[2008-2018

brown, of type
dynasty.

A

4-6, inscribed w ith
-,;.-

the

prenomen of Seti

1""^

,',,,

\fj.

XlXth

Length,

in.

Loftie

Essay, cxxi.

[No. 24192.]

2009. Light blue faience Scarab, of t}-pe XlXth dynasty. of Seti \, 1\Ien-MA.\T-Ra.

A

4, inscribed
j^

with the prenomen

G
^-^^-^
s^

Length,

in.

[No.

1

7 143.]

ill

2010. Green glazed .steatite Scarab, of type A 3, very roughly cut, inscribed Coarse style. XlXth dynasty. Length, | in. with the prenomen of Seti L [No. 42054.]
2011. ]51ue faience Scarab, faded to gre)-, of type A 3, cast in a moidd. XlXth d_\-nasty. Length, | in. the ]jreHomen of Seti L as before.

^

^

is

On the base [No. 46918.]

2012. Deep blue faience Cartouche-Plaque, inscribed on both sides renomen of Seti I. Thick glaze. XlXth dynastv. Length, with the pr -14 in [No. 3231.

S^r^'ri
''^Jjll?!

ff

v^

,

'Av22e/]

prenomen of Seti

2013. Glazed steatite .Scarab, faded to brown, of t)'pe A I, Men-MA.\T-R.\ (or, "Just is Men-MAAT-Ra Length, A in. 2014. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, nf
is

3,
!

inscribed with the

.Q
i.n,...,

").

XlXth

dynast}-.

[No. ^8/62.]
inscribed " GockI

tj-pe

A

3,

,-3-'.^_

Men-.maat-Ra (Seti

I),"

tA

O

.

Chipped.

XlXth

dynasty.

Length, f

in.

e^

[No. 45833-]

2015. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type A 3-4, on the base of which is inscribed " Men->L\AT-R.\ (Seti I), life of the Two Truths {a)ikh n Madti)." XlXth dynasty. Length, J in. Newberry Scara/is, PI. xxxiv, 16. [No. 32406.]
:

j3^^

'~—!

n^TTr?

']] y

2016. Light green glazed steatite Scarab, of
out, inscribed with a modification of the

tj-pe

L

2,

with legs rough!}I.

bl( ickecl
'

.


Av

'

prenomen of Seti

XlXth

d}nast}-.

Length, f

in.

Petrie

:

Hist. Scarabs, 142^,.

Anastasi Collection

(\\), 1857.

*•

2017. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to grey, of

t}'pe

G

3.

On

the base

is

an imitation

prenomen R.\-MEN-ANKU,
W(ra/-feathers: above,
is

"-rp

,

in a

rude cartouche above the symbol of "
.

life,"

between two
Length, in. [No. 47047-]
,5

T
the sign

r"^

Probabl}- of Skti

I.

XlXth

d}-nasty

(.').

the base

2018. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of type A 3, with blocked-out legs. On is cut a crow-ned hawk standing on the //cV^-sign, and the inscription " l^eautiful is
I),"

MEN-^L\AT-RA (Seti

^ i

O
et;^
,

within a hatched border.

XLXth

d}-nasty.

Length, |f

in.

\ \

[No. 38784.]

2019-2028]

SETI

I.

203

2019. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to yellow, of type
the base
is

A

3,

with legs roughl)- cut.

On

inscribed a

mock prenomen

(?

of Seti

I),

S^

t^^^^,

over a w/'.

Before

XXVIth
O

djnasty.

Length,

| in.

11
type

[No. 47016.]

2020. Glazed

steatite Scarab, faded to white, of

good
Length,

god,
5

Men-[maat?]-Ra."

Chipped.

About

inscribed " Horus, XXth-XXIst dynasty.
3,

A

j^

in.

[No. 49755.]

U
o
, ,

2021. Blue glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 4, inscribed with the prenomen of Seti I, and the ideographs of " beauty " and the sun. Thick glaze. XlXth dynasty. [No- 28960.] Length, fV i"-

^
(]

»

^

O

back

On the steatite Scaraboid, faded to white. a figure of a hippopotamus (?), coucluint, in high relief. On the base is rudely inscribed " Good prince, Men-MAAT-R.^." Rough work, head broken. XlXth dynasty. Length, fi in. [No. 171 14.] Petrie: Hist. Scarabs, 141 8.
2022. Glazed
is

O

\A
1""^

2023. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 4-6, inscribed " Good god, Lord of the Two Lands, Men-MAAT-Ra (Seti I)," between two ;/wrt/-feathers.

1=J
[1

XlXth

dynasty.

Length,

fg" in.

^

,

,

" Good 2024. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type 4, inscribed god. Lord of the Two Lands, Men-maat-Ra (Seti I)"; the cartouche " gold." is placed between two W(?(?/-feathers and above the sign of XlXth dynasty. Length, \\ in. Newberry: Scarabs, PI. xxxiv, 18. [No. 30601.]
fSSS^

A

2025. Blue glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type A 3, inscribed " Good god. Lord of the Two Lands, Men-MAAT-Ra, beloved of Amen(?)." XlXth dynasty. Length, |i in, Loftie Essay, cxxii.
. :

[No. 24193.]

P^U V ^ :^i6\t^ =
Pa-V'j

[^^"^

^~^

2026. Glazed
god, Lord
of the

steatite Scarab, faded to grey, of

Two

Lands,

Men-MAAT-Ra
I

type A 3, inscribed " Good (Seti I), giving life for ever,"

"

"]J^"'[o^t^J /^f°^- X

Xth dynasty.

Length, |

in.

[No. 42816.]

2027. Green glazed steatite Scarab, faded to yellow, of type A 3, flat, on the base of which is inscribed the prenomen of Seti L MenMAAT-Ra, within a cartouche above the symbol of " gold," and below the atef-crovjn, with a ;«rt«^-feather on either side. XlXth dynasty.
Length, |
in.

mi

\:am
„Q
^^

[No. 42953-]

2028. Blue-green glazed schist Scarab, of type 3, inscribed with Hard glaze, the prenomen of Seti \, and the ideograph of "gold." and signs deeply cut. Slightly chipped. XlXth dynasty. Length, g in. [No. 171 13.] Hay Collection, 1868. Petrie: Hist. Scarabs, 1 420.

A

-^^^jjj^
( '

^
2

C 2

>

204

CATALOGUE OF SCARABS, CYLINDER-SEALS,
2029.
liliie
,

ETC.

[2029-2038
the base
is

faience Scarab,

of t\-pe J

I,

paitl\-

discoloured.

On

cut

an

.

.

.

imitation roj-al name,

Os
f^--^
.

Ra-tiic)i-)iiib

(probabl)-

intended for Men-MA.^T-R.\ over the
j;

symbol

of

"gold"),

(^sr^

XlXth

dynasty.

Length,

in. [No. 49255.] Presented aiwnyinously, 191 0.

inscribed "

2030. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type Good God, Lord of the Two Lands,

A

3,

rough!)- cut.

On
(?

the base
I),"

is

rudely

MAAT-Ra
d>nasty.

Seti
-l^ in.

with the ideograph of " gold."

^—^

j,

|

4^
'

.

XlXth

Length,

[No. 28675.]

2031. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type 3, in of a ring, with design on the base of XVIIIth dynasty

A

its

st\-le,

original gold mount as the bezel consisting of the prenomen of
.

Seti
the

I,

in

a cartouche, from which spring two pairs of itmei, with the signs above, and r>sri, Scarabs, PI. xxxiv, 17.

,

"

Lord of
'\

Two Lands"
:

"gold,"

below.

XlXth

dynasty.

Newberry

Length, in. [No. 32373.]

2032. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type 6. On the base is inscribed the prenomen of Seti I, in a cartouche between a winged uraeus and a hawk, both on jieb-signs, and with their wings protecting the cartouche. One " leg broken off. XlXth dynasty. Length, f in. [No. 30600.] 2033. Glazed
I
\

A

steatite Scarab, faded

to

brown, of type

G

4,

of rude
?)

style,
i.e.,

inscribed

^\
I,

"
,

Son of the Sun, Men-m.\at(?)-Ra (Seti) Mer-en-(Ptah

"
;

Seti

I

(?).

Roughly

cut.

XLXth

dynasty.

Length,

f in.

[No. 40 11 9.]

2034. Glazed
of Seti

steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t)'pe
"
(J,

G

4,

inscribed with the

prenomen
Raines-

Men-MA.\T-R.\, t;^
Length, y\
in.

performing

all

[the nn-al duties],"

v'q^I

^:=:^.

side Period.

[No. 42191.]
Scarab, faded to grey, rude
I,

2035. Glazed

steatite

imitation

of

A

3,

inscribed

with

G
a corrupt form of the

prenomen of Seti
(?).

'^^ between garbled
,

inscriptions, ^2>-

'i"d

^^.
]
|

Rude work.

XLXth dynasty

^
A

Length,

-j

in.
|

|

]

[No. 41871.]

2036. Light green faience Scarab, of type 3^ rather roughly inscribed with the prenomen of Seti I, in the form Men-maat-Ra Setep-en-R.\. XlXth dynasty. Length, f in. [No. 287 10.]
2037. Pale blue-green faience Scarab, of tyj^e royal prenomen (Seti I ?). Worn. XLXth djnasty.

|]
'

^^ ©

r^^

A

6,

inscribed with an imitation
y^^j

'^
[j

Length,

in.

^

'^

[No. 47215.]

^
r^"^

2038. Blue glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 3, roughly inscribed with the prenomen of Seti I, Maat-MEN-Ra Setep-en-Ra. XlXth dynasty. Length, ^V i"[No. 39196.]

~1^
o-<

2039-2047]

SETI
steatite Plaque, with

I.

205
olrrersr, " tlie
.:*^i^;

2039. Green glazed
beauties of

rounded ends, inscribed on the
P; on the reverse,
"

Men-MAAT-Ra
,

(Seti

I)

appear,"

Beloved
bj-

(^J^

of

Mentu-Ra,"
-

the

name

of the

god

S
000
PI.

being

represented

a

^^£Jf

hawk
Petrie

headed

i

1

sphinx,

passant.

Chipped.
xxxiv, 20.

XlXth

dynast}\

:

Hist. Scarabs, 1436.

Newberry: Scarabs,

Length, J in. [No. 17142.]

Presented by Major-Gen. A. W. H. Lleyrick, 1879.

2040. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type L i, inscribed with the prenomen of Seti I, and with the hawk of Khensu, or Seker, above the «t'/;-sign. From San al-Hager (Tanis). XlXth d)-nasty. Length, i in. VQix'iG.: Hist. Scarabs, \a,2\. Newberry: Scarabs, Y\.y.'^-^\v, 15. [No. 171 57.]
2041. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of tj'pe G 4. On the base are cut the prenomen of Seti I, Men-MAAT-R.\, the figures of a sphinx, a scarabaeus, two iiraei, and the sign w^^a, XlXth dynasty. Length, -^ in.

<|

^"^^

Jt^
">~^

2042. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of tj'pe G 4, on the base of which are cut the prenomen of Seti I (Men-MAAT-Ra), a royal sphin.v, ttraeiis, and ntchateye.

O

XlXth

d}-nasty.

Length,

f in.

[No. 40014.]

2043. Blue faience Scaraboid, cast
figure of
relief;

in

a mould.

On

the back

is

a
in

an ape, seated before a U

(?),

with one hand to his mouth,

on the face are inscribed the names of Amen-Ra and Maat,
a

r,^

\

,:w^\

possibly

play on

the

prenomen
| in.

XlXth

dynasty.

Length,

Chipped. H ® [No. 4086.] Anastasi Collection, \%i(^.
of

Seti

I.

^

2044. Dark blue composition pendant Plaque, with gable
perforated.

top,

1

inscribed the name of the " God's Mother [Queen Mother] Tui {sic)" (the widow of Seti I), and on the other a figure in relief of the god Ra holding the wrti'-sceptre, and the sign of "life." XlXth dynasty. Length, f in. Loftie Essay, cxxiv. YeXxxQ.: Hist. Scarabs, iA,(y:). [No. 24195.]

On

the obverse

is

P

:

2045. Light blue vitreous paste Scarab, of type
of queen

A

3,

inscribed with the
off.

name

TuA,
in.

wife of Seti

I,

q

^

(^

.

The head

is

broken

XlXth

dynasty.

Length, \

[No. 28805.]

2046. Light green faience Scarab,

parti)' discoloured,

of t\'pe

G

2,

inscribed with the
-j% in.

prenomen of Seti

I,

and

the s)-mbol of " gold,"

r"^
.,,,,,,

H

fj.

XXVIth

dynasty. Length,

[No. 46261.]

2047. Green glazed

steatite

Hedgehog, inscribed on the base with a portion of the

prenomen
dynasty
(?).

of

Seti

I,

^^'^.
in.

The

sign yj

has been confounded

with

VJ

.

XXVIth

Length, \

[No. 37826.]

206

CATALOGUE OF SCARABS, CVLINDER-SEALS,
2048. Green faience Scarab, of
t\-pe

ETC.

[2048 2055

A

3,

inscribed with a jnint

prenomen of Amen[No. 42443.]

HETh'l' III

and Sf.ti

I,

f^ ^

"'
.

XXVIth

dynasty.

Length,

}.

in.

2049. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of t)-pe A 2, roughl>- cut, inscribed with the joint prenomen of A.MEN-HETEP III and Seti I. 'XXVIth dxnast}-. '" ' ^ Length, m. [No. 28716.]
'

©^
c^y^-,
1]
.

2050. Green glazed
prenomen,
.^^^^
[i,

steatite Scarab, of t\'pe

A
I.

3,

roughl>- cut, inscribed with the joint

of

Amen-HETEP

III

and Seti

XXVIth

dynasty.

^=7
imitation of the

Length, I in. [No. 46227.]
.

2051. Faience conical Seal, faded to grey, inscribed with- an prenomens of Amen-HETEP Ill'and Seti I, confused

with the
dynast}-.

name

of

Amen-Ra,

[j

®
.^^

.

From

Naukratis.

XXVIth

^f^
^
two
obverse are cut

Height and diameter,

[No. 88-6-1, 60.] t^ in. Presented by the Egypt Exploration Fund, 18SS.

2052. Blue-green glazed steaschist rectangular riaque. cartouches surmounted by disks and plumes wb^ in relief: one is inscribed with the combined prenomens of Thotiimes III and Seti I, and the other CIS with a corrupt form of " Amen - Ra, Lord of the O o 3 Two Lands." On the reverse A are inscribed combinations of 1 the prenomens of Seti I and perhaps of AmEN-HETEP IV, with the name of Amcn-Ra, etc. Petrie Hay Collection, 186S. Hist. Scarabs, 1452.

On

the

^^

^ ^^ *^ ^W ^
'

p

I

v_y

XlXth

d\nast\-.

i^

in. b}- i

in.

:

[No. 16580.]

ThoTHMES

2053. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to grey, of type A 3, inscribed with the names of III and Seti I. On the base are cut the figure of a royal sphinx, coitchant, with

a winged uraens, and the inscription

°
"

^
;

1
1

^—~

"
>

Men-KHEPER-Ra (Thothmes
a

III),

Good God, Lord

of the

Two Lands
"

and,

below,

cartouche

in

which

is

inscribed
I ?)."

r"^
,

Long live
[Jl in.

the Ilorus

of seasons,

Ma.\T-MEN-Ra (Seti

XlXth

d\-nast)-.

Length,

[No. 39958.]
Scarab, of t\-pe

2054. Green glazed

steatite

A

3,

inscribed

with the prenomens of
A/iastast Collection,

Thothmes
1839.

O
III

and Seti

I,

Ci:^

o
^P

.

XlXth

dynasty.

Length,

§ in.

t^
flat

[No. 16786.]

2055. Steatite Plaque, faded to white, with On the base are inscribed corrupt the sides. forms of the prenomens of TlIOTHMES III and Seti I. On the back is the prenomen of TlIOTHMES III, in a cartouche surmounted by plumes, within a hatched border. XlXthXXIInd dynasty (?). Length, ^ in. Blacas Collection, 1867. [No. 16837.]

base,

convex back, and an incised
0,0

line

round

O o

o

2056-2071]

SETI

I,

RAMESES

II,

AND THOTHMES

III.

207

2056. Glazed steatite Plaque, faded to brown, on one side is a Fish carved relief, and on the other are the prenomen of Thothmes III, in a cartouche, and a compound prenomen of Seti I (and Rameses II?). XlXthin

high

XXI Ind

dynasty.

Length, f

in.

[No. 38640.]

2057. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type On the base 3-6. are inscribed the prenomens of TliOTHMES III and Seti I, as 2056. Slightly chipped. XlXth-XXIInd dynasty. Length, f in. Phillips Collectioii, 1837.
[No. 4035.]

A

2058. Unglazed

steatite Scarab, of

type

L

2, in.scribed

with the prenomens

of Thothmes III and dynasty. Length, % in.

Seti

I.

Lower

side

chipped.

XlXth-XXIInd
[No. 22569.]

2059. Glazed
of

Thothmes
§ in.

steatite Scarab, faded to white, of III and Seti I, as on 2058.

t_\'pe

A

4,

inscribed with the

prenomens
dynasty. [No. 4033.]

Chipped.

XlXth-XXIInd
with the

Length,

Phillips Collcc/iou, 1837.

2060. Light green glazed steatite Scarab, of t\^pe prenomens of THOTHMES III and Seti I. Chipped

A

4, inscribed

at the sides.

XlXth-

XXI Ind

d}-nasty.

Length, f

in.

[No. 28493.]
t}-pc '

XlXth-XX
XXlInd

2061. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of I Ind dynasty. Length, Ji in.

A

3,

inscribed as

2060.

Chipped. [No. 46556.]

2062. Glazed
d_\nasty.

.steatite

Scarab, faded to yellow, of type
in.

A

3,

inscribed as

2060.

XlXth-

Length, §

[No. 39214.]
tj-pe

2063. Gla/.ed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of the same inscription as 2060, but less carefully cut. Chipped at the sides. '
Length, |i
in.

and with the same
dynasty. [No. '16803.]

XlXth-XXIInd

2064. Glazed

steatite Scarab, faded to white, of

tjpe

A

3,

inscribed as 2060.

XlXth-

XXIInd
chipped.

dynasty.

Length, ii

in.

[No. 38615.]

2065. Glazed

steatite Scarab,

XlXth-XXIInd

dj'nasty.

faded to white, of type Length, § in.

A

3-4, inscribed as

2060.

Slightl\
1.]

[No. 1675
3-4, inscribed as

2066. Blue-green glazed

steatite Scarab, of t\-pe
in.

A A

2060.

XlXth-

XXIInd

dynasty.

Length, f

[No. 28230.]

2067. Glazed

steatite Scarab, faded to grey, of
d}-nast\'.

type
:

XlXth-XXIInd
Collixtion,

Length,

|

in.

Petrie

3-4, inscribed as 2060. Hist. Scarabs, 1445.

1847.
steatite
II,

Chipped. Millingcn [No. 4034.]

2068. Glazed
(Seti I, Length, f

Scarab, faded

to

grey,

of

type

A

4,

inscribed

Rameses
in.

and Thothjies

III).

XlXth-XXIInd

dynasty. [No. 38712.]

o

2069. Glazed

steatite Scarab, faded to yellow, of

type

A

3,

inscribed as 2068.

XlXthXlXth-

XXIInd

dynasty.

Length, |^

in.

[No. 38660.]

2070. Glazed

XX

steatite Scarab, faded to white, of

type

A

3-4, inscribed as

2068.

I

Ind dynasty.

Length, f

in.

[No. 42812.]

2071. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type ' dynasty. Length, J-i in.

A

3,

inscribed as 2068.

XlXth-XXIInd
[No. 45901.]

208

CATALOGUE OF SCARABS, CYLINDER-SEALS,
2072. Glazed
(I)

ETC.

[2072-2083

steatite

Scarab,
I,

faded to brown,
II,

of

t\'pe

A

4.

On

the

base

is

inscribed
dynast}-.

m^

(Seti

Rame.'-es
in.

and

TiiuTiiMES

III).

XlXth-XXIInd
[No. 46956.]

M

o

Length, i|

2073. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of type A 3-4, inscribed with the prenomen of TllOTHMES III, in a cartouche, and a compound prenomen of Seti I and

Rameses

II.

XlXth^XXIInd

dynasty.

Length,

| in.

[No. 47094.]

2074. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to gre\--green, of type A 3-4, inscribed with the prenomen of TUOTIIMES III, in a cartouche, and a compound prenomen of .Seti I and

Rameses

II.

XlXth-XXIInd

dynast)-.

Length,

J in.

[No. 46851.]

2075. Light green glazed steatite Scarab, of type A 3-4, inscribed with the prcnomens of Thothmes III and Seti I. Slightly chipped. XlXth-XXIInd
d)'nasty.

Length,

f in.

[No. 2S525.]

2076. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type A 3, inscribed with a cartouche containing the prenomen of Thothmes III, and with the comXlXth-XXIInd dynasty. bined prenomen of Seti I and Rameses II. Length, | in. [No. 38620.] 2077. Glazed
steatite Scarab, faded to white, of

o

o

G
AAAAAA

O

type

A

3.

On
I.

the base

are inaccuratel}' cut the

prenomens of
-}-i

THOTHMES

III

and Seti

XlXth-

o

Q

O

XXIInd

djnast}'.

Length,

in.

[No. 45809.]

2078. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to grey, of type On the base 4. are the prenomen of THOTHMES III, in a cartouche, and a compound prenomen Chipped. XlXth-XXIInd dynast\-. Length, of Seti I and Rameses II (?).

A

C)

r""^

\i

in.

[No. 46305.]
steatite Scarab, faded to grey, of tj'pe

2079. Glazed

A

4,

inscribed with the

combined

r^^^

prenomen of Seti
d3nast\-, the

I

and Rameses

II

(?),

©

)

\H

^.

XlXth dynasty
II
?).

(or possibl\-

XXIInd

name being

a variant of the

prenomen of OsoRKON
tvpe

Length,

f in.

[No. 38707.]

2080. Glazed
Seti
I

steatite Scarab, faded to grev, of
II

A

3,

inscribed with the

prenomens of

and Rameses
or

combined, O
Length,

^in
|

o

(or, possibh-,

a variant of that of

Osokkon

II).

XlXth

XXIInd

dynast}-.

-,^ in.

[No. 39280.]
.

compound prenomen

2081. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type A 3. On the base is a of Seti I and Rameses II (ora variant of thatof OsoRKON II). Chipped. XlXth or XXIInd d}'nast\-. Length, J in. [No. 45817.]

©
a^

"^^^^

|

O

^

n tZ

2082. Glazed
of Seti
I

steatite Scarab, faded to gre}-, of t\-pe
II

A

3,

inscribed with the
or

prenomens
Length,

and Rameses

combined

(?),

|o J

O

.

XlXth

XXIInd

d}-nast}-.

[No. 40079.]

2083. Glazed

steatite Scarab, of t}pe

A

3,
.

faded to brown, inscribed with a

compound

prenomen of Seti

I

and Rameses

II,

-f^^^

W^'
,..?i!,.,

XlXth

or

XXIInd

dynasty.

Length, fV in. [No. 47193.]

2084-2093]

SETI

I,

RAMESES

II,

AND THOTHMES

III.

209

2084. Glazed
the

steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t\-pe

A

3.

On

the base

is

inscribed

compound prenomen
Length,
ftj-

of Seti

I

and Rameses

II (?),

i^J'"^-

XlXth

or

XXIInd

dynast)-.

in.

[No. 40416.]

2085. Glazed

steatite Scarab, faded to

brown, of type
II
(?),
-j'

A

3.

On
or

the base

is

cut a

compound prenomen
Lenijth, i
in.

of Seti

I

and Rameses

.^^Q
£

.

XlXth

XXIInd

dynasty.

[No. 42241.]

2086. Glazed

steatite

Scarab, faded to light
I

brown, of type

A

3,

inscribed

with

a

compound prenomen
Length, ii
in.

of Seti

and Rameses

O
II (?),

q-j*^^^.
'

XlXth

or

XXIInd

dynasty.

^

^
.

[No. 45824.]

2087. Glazed
Length,

steatite

Scarab,
II

faded

to white, of type

A

3,

inscribed with

a

com-

pound prenomen of Rameses
i in.

and Seti

r"^
I

(?),

-f
I

J

^

^

XlXth (XXIInd?)

dynasty. [No. 46332.]

2088. Glazed

steatite
I

Scarab, faded to white, of type
II
(?).

A

3,

inscribed with

the joint

prenomens of Seti

and RAMESES S

^

G

r""^

~~^r:::

Chipped.

XlXth

or

XXIInd

dynast}'.

Length,

^

in.

[No. 27459.]

2089. Faience Scarab, faded to white, of type imitation royal prenomen, compounded of those of

A

3,

inscribed with an
I

o
'^iZ^ J\

RAMESES

and

II.

XlXth

dynasty.

Length, §

in.

^

[No. 38675.]

^
'fl

base,

2090. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of on which are inscribed the joint prenomens of
II.

t)-pe

A

4,

with broad
III

q
^

"

Thothmes

„*£;^,
j^***!
^

and

Rameses

Slightly chipped.

XlXth

dynasty, or

later.

Length, [No.

i in. 2^2474.]

w ^ L'*"'^] '^^ ^
if/

2091. Light green faTence Scarab, of type

L

i,

inscribed with the

O
"^^^^

prenomens
Length,
i

of
in.

Thothmes

III

and

Rameses

II.

XlXth

dynasty.

I1

[No. 38704.]

2092. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type 7, inscribed with the name of THOTHMES (III ?) and the prenomen of Seti I, within ovals. Uncertain period. Length, -^ in. [No. 17145-]
2093. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of type L 2. On the base is prenomen of Thothmes III, in a cartouche, between two uraei and two iitcJiats, above the prenomen of Rameses II, in an oval or base-less cartouche, between two double-volute spirals on each side is inscribed " Lord of the Two Lands," and below is the W(5-sign. Chipped on one side. XlXth
inscribed the
;

A

O

dynasty.

Length,

ff- in.

Loftie

:

^jr^-aj/, cxlviii.

[No. 24219.]
2

D

210

CATALOCUE OF SCARABS, CYLINDER-SEALS,

ETC.
the
sick

[2094-2101

2094. Rcctaiii^ular steatite Plaque with two incised line obverse are cut in relief a W(7<?/-feather and a cartouche containing the prenomen of Rameses II, incised. On the reverse are inscribed (i) the prenomen of Thotiimes III, in a cartouche, between a protecting hawk and a seated solar deity, behind whom is a ro}'al sphinx, wearing the double crown, coiicliant, beneath a pro-

On

the

tecting
"

hawk

:

(ii)

the signs -p '^^

^zl
I

Sf

;
'.

(-f^'O

May

in

the Horus, Lord of the Two Lands, live for ever an unusual manner. XlXth dynasty. Length, \\ in.

with the

name

of

Amen-Ra

spelt

[No. 17126.]

2095. Faience Cartouche-Plaque, faded to white, inscribed on one side with the prenomen, and on the other with the nomen, of Rameses II. XlXth dynast}-, in. by J 4 in. thick.
i 1
•>

[No. 45369.]

2096. Pale red felspar double Cartouche-Plaque, set in a modern gold ring. The cartouches are each surmounted by the disk and plumes, roughl)' cut, and contain the prenomen and name of Rameses II. XlXth dynasty. Length. | in. Vc1n&: Hist. Searabs,
1580.

[No. 4109.]

2097. Glazed
the cartouches of
dynast\-.

steatite Scarab, faded to white, of

type

A

4, inscribed

with

Rameses
| in.

(II),

surmounted by plumes, with the
Length,

Meri-Amen User-maat-R.a Setep-en-R.\, sign of life between. Back broken off. XlXth
[No. 40833.]

2098. Blue-green glazed
cut.

steatite Scarab, of type
"

A

4-6, rather roughl}-

R.v-MESSU (Rameses II), beloved of Amen-Ra." The wrt(7/-feather in the hand of Ra gives a hint of the royal prenomen. XlXth dynast)'. Length, \ in.
the

On

base

is

inscribed

[No. 29242.]

2099. Glazed

(Rameses

II),

steatite Scarab, of broad-based tj-pe A 4, inscribed " Ra-MESSU beloved of Amen." XlXth djnasty. Length, f in. [No. 32309.]

name

2100. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to grey, of t}-pe of RAMESES II. XlXth dynasty. \ in. by -/ir in.

A

3,

inscribed with

the

t/

[No. 46543.]
(HP J
2101. Blue glazed steatite Scarab, of type XlXth dynasty. Length, \ in.

A

3,

inscribed with the

name

of

Rameses

II,

as before.

[No. 42225.]

2102-2109]

RAMESES
Scarab,
of

II.

211

2102. Sard

type

B,

inscribed

"

User-MAAT-Ra Ra-MESSU O
'

(Rameses

II),

XlXth

dynasty.

beloved of Amen-Ra, chosen of Ra." Slightly chipped. Length, ^ in. Newberry Scarabs, PI. xxxiv, 29. [No. 30614.]
:

^ 1
1
(tl t>^

o o

.G
2103. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of t\-pe A 3, inscribed " Rameses (II), beloved of Amen-Ra," with the two maatfeathers. XlXth dynasty. Length, \^ in. [No. 32300.]

HJLp

^^

and feathers

2104. Light blue faience Cartouche-Plaque, surmounted b\' the disk the rings for stringing are broken off. In the cartouche is inscribed the name of " Rameses (II), beloved of Amen." XlXth d}'nast}-. Length, i| in. [No. 21938.]
:

2105. Blue faience Cartouche-Plaque, surmounted by the disk and plumes, and with a ring for stringing at each end. In the cartouche is inscribed the name of " RAMESES (I I), beloved of Amen." XlXth d}nasty. Length, i-J^ in. [No. ]

2106. Light blue glazed steatite Scarab, of

t\-pe

D

2,

inscribed with the
,

prenomen of
"

Rameses

II, in

a cartouche, with a winged sun above

and the signs \\\
in.

beloved of

Amen-Ra," below.

Chipped.

XlXth

d)-nast}-.

Length, f

[No. 46809.]

(Rameses
I
in.

2107. Green jasper Scarab, of type B, inscribed " User-MAAT-Ra II), beloved of Amen, strong lion." XlXth dynasty. Length,

Hamilton

Collection, 1772.

[No. 17803.]

2108. Glazed steatite Scarab, of type
the base
is

A 4-M

i,

inscribed "

Thoth." Fine PI. xxxiv, 28.

work.

User-MAAT-Ra Setep-EX-R.\, XlXth dynasty. Length, g

with elaboratelj- cut legs. On beloved of Amen-Ra and Newberry: Scarabs, in. [No. 30613.]

2109. Greenish-gre}' chalcedonj- Scarab, of t\'pe A 3, inscribed " User-MAAT-Ra II), beloved of Hathor lady of An, lord of the Two Lands." Verj' fine style. For illustration see Plate. XlXth dynasty. Length, [No. 24214.] fin. Loftie ^'j.jr?;', cxliii.

Setep-EN-Ra (Rameses
:

n
o

-^

The statement that this scarab is of jade {ibid., p. 43) is erroneous. This statement was responsible for many conclusions as to possible commercial relations between Egypt and China at this date, which are at any rate not supported liy this scarab, now that it is known to be of chalcedony, which came from Persia
or Armenia.

2

D

2

x

212

CATALOGUE OF SCARABS, CYLINDER-SEALS,

ETC.

[2110-2117

2110. Lapis-lazuli spherical bead, inscribed with the ])renomen of Rameses II, in a cartouche surmounted by the disk and plumes. XlXth d)-nast}-. Diameter, I in. [No. 16957.]

t

2111. Ojjaque carnclian hawk-headed Sphinx, couchant, on a base, perforated lengthways the front end is squared, the hinder end rounded. On the base is rouj^dily inscribed " Lord of the Two Lands, User-MA.\T-Ra Setep-EN-Ra (Rameses II)." XlXth d}'nast>'. Length, i in. Loftie Essay, cxxvi. Petrie Hist. Scaral's, 1497 (described as of " red felspar "). For illustration see Plate.
;

:

:

[No. 24197.]

o

2112.

Deep

torquoise-blue faience

rectangular

Plaque,

cast
is

in

a

mould, with rather uneven outline and shape. On the face " Son of the Sun, User-maat-Ra Setep-en-Ra (Rameses perforated. XlXth dynasty. Length, ig in., width, h in.

stamped

^—
^ o

II)."

Un-

1^

[No. 29363.]

2113. Hlue glazed steatite Scarab, of tj'pe

G

2,

inscribed "

Usek-maat-Ra (Ramkses
in.

II

),

Son of

the Sun,"

tf)

Z^*

!?.

Rough work.

XlXth

dynasty.

Length, i

[No. 38S44.]

2114. inscribed "

Red

Lord
in.

Setep-EN-Ra
Length, f|

jasper Scarab, of type On the base . 3. North and South, UsER-MAAT-R.\ of the (Rameses II)." Slightly chipped. XlXth dynasty. Newberry Scarabs, PI. xxxv, 12. [No. 29443.]
:

A

U
:

2115. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type A 6, inscribed " (Long) Goofl God, Lord of the Two Lands, User-maat-R.\ Setep-en-Ra, (Rameses II), trampling down all lands." From Samanud (Sebennytos). XlXth dynasty. Length, f in. Petrie Hist. Scarabs, 1 562. Newberry Scarabs,
live the
:

'

'

Presented
.steatite

bjf

the

Egypt Exploration Fund, 1888.

[No. 20S26.]

2116. Green glazed

Setep-EN-Ra (Rameses
Length,
I in.

II),

Scarab, of type A 3-6, inscribed " User-ma.\T-Ra appeareth in the house of Amen-Ra." XlXth dynast\-.

."57?^

Newberry:

.bVrtrafo, PI.

xxxv,

'

13.

'

-—

,f^.
.

[No. 32328.J
2117. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type A 3, inscribed Lord of an eighth commemorative festival. Lord of the Two Lands, User-ma.\t-Ra Setep-en-R.\ (Rameses II)." XlXth dynasty.

"

Length,

| in.

[No. ly'^o^:]

2118-2127]

RAMESES

II.

213

2118. Faience Scarab, of uncertain type, chipped and broken, inscribed with of the prenomen of RAMESES II, and the title "Lord of an eighth [No. 38587.] commemorative festival." XlXth dynasty. Length, f in.
a
]3art

1""'^

2119. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to grey, of type 6, on the base of which are inscribed: (i) the prenomen of RAMESES II, within a cartouche, between the signs of " gold " and " lordship " (reversed) and (ii) " stable is Chipped at side. the monument-temple of Amen {iiieii iiiciiiin Aiiicn)." XlXth dynasty. Length, J in.
;

A

O

1^

000
ti^

[No. 42936.]

The temple

referred to as the iiu-iuiK-Aiiiot

is

that of

Karnnk.

("S^ 2120. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of tjpe D i, inscribed " Ma)- the Sun User-maat-R.\ Setep-EN-R.\ (Rameses II) prosper the spirits of every land!" Poorly
cut.

XlXth

dynasty.

Length,

|

in.

Petrie

:

Hist.

Scarabs, 1557.

Anastasi

Collection, 1839.

[No. 4102.]
:

The use of the word "Sun" simply as an epithet of the king is rare, and seems only to occur on a few scarabs of this period it may be derived from the contemporary Hittite usage. The king of Khatti was always known as "the Sun." Under the .\IIIth-XI\'th dynasties royal names occasionally have the word "Ra," " Sun," prefixed to them, e.g., R.^-Amenemhat, Ra-Nehesi (this is quite a distinct usage from that of the word " R.^ " in prenomina).
2121. Blue-green glazed steatite Plaque with rounded ends. On the obverse beneath the winged sun, "May User-maat-Ra Setep-en-Ra (Rameses II), prosper the spirits of every land (?) " on the reverse is the same cartouche between the winged sun and a winged scarabaeus. XlXth cl)'nast)'. Newberry: Scarabs, PI. xxxiv, 31. Length, in.
;

is

inscribed,

W

GE)
f^^^

[No. 30615.]

2122. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of t\'pe A 6, cut, with decorated wing-cases. On the base is Genuineness doubtful. a garbled inscription of RAMESES II. XlXth d)-nasty (?). Length, ^ in. [No. 32266.]
elaboratel}'

2123. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to grey, of type J i, inscribed with the prenomen of R.\MESES II. XlXth dj-nast}-. Length, -j^^ in. [No. 38697.]

.ir'^.

;

(„^.

'v^^'

-_.^ ^^i=aa^

2124. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of the same type and with the same inscription as 2123. XlXth d\-nast\'. Length, in.

^
;

^^'^i
\-

[No.' 38728.]

X^:

-f

''^

^ —-^-^ — 'gl
..
"

^

2125. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of type
of

A

3

inscribed with the

prenomen

Rameses
2126.

II,

Q\

J\ (^—^.

XlXth

dynasty.

Length,

A in.

[No. ^8701.]

prenomen

of

Green glazed steatite Scarab, faded to grey, of t)-pe A R.\MESES II, as before. XlXth dynasty. Length, | in.

6,

inscribed

with the [No. 40221.]

as before.

2127. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to drab, of type Chipped. XlXth dynasty. Length, | in.

A

3,

with rounded back, inscribed [No. 40286.]

214

CATALOGUE OF SCARABS, CYLINDER-SEALS,
2128. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to gre)% of type d\-iiast\-. Length, fi in.

ETC.

[2128-2143

A

3,

inscribed as before,

-V
1

XlXth

[No. 41873.]

O

d)-nast_\-.

2129. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of Length, in.
s-

t)-pe

L

i,

inscribed as before.

XlXth

[No. 42943.]

2130. Blue faience Scarat rab, of type A 3, with legs roughly blocked out. On the base is deeply impressed the prenomen of Rameses II, as before. Fine colour. XlXth d\'nast\-. Length, ij in. [No. 45732.] 4S732.]
:
>

/'^Tt^^
T-

t#

3
^^

-"^

<^^^ v—^J?" ^^^d
On
the base
is

g» *

prenomen of Rameses
as before.

2131. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type 4. II, as before. XlXth dynasty. Length, l

A

cut the

in.

[No. 4576S.]
4,

2132. Glazed steatite Scarab, discoloured to black, of tspe XlXth d\-nasty. Length, —^ in.
faience

A

3-G

roughh- inscribed [No. 46201.]

2133. Blue Length, j} in.
j

Scarab,

of

t_\'pe

G

4,

inscribed

as

before.

XlXth

d)-nasty.

[Xo. 46372.]

2134. Rock-cr\'staI Scarab, of tj-pe B, roughly cut, and inscribed as before. XlXth dynast\\ Length, i in. Loftie Essay, cxxviii. [No. 24199.]
:

2135. Glazed steatite
inscribed as before.

XlXth

Scarab, faded to grey, of type dynasty. Length, -^-^ in. Petrie

A
:

4, with large striated Hist. Scarabs, 1478.

legs,

[Xo. 4100.]

XlXth

2136. Blue glazed steatite Scarab, of type dynasty. Length, f in.

A

3,

with broad base, inscribed as before. [No. 27239.]

XlXth

2137. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of type dynasty. Length, ii in.

A

3,

inscribed as before.

.

f^'^'Tm

i-*^

[No. 32325.]

W \^^j

2138. Blue glazed steatite Scarab, of Length, i in.

t\'pe

A

4-6, inscribed as before.

XlXth

djnast}-.

[No. 30605.]
4,

XlXth

2139. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of t)-pe .A Length, |J in. Hay Collection, 1868. il\nasty.

inscribed

as before.

Poorly cut. [No. 17140.]

2140. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of t}-pe 3, in its original gold setting as the bezel Length, f in. Hay Collection, 1868. of a ring, inscribed as before. XlXth dynast}-. [No. 17562.]

A

On the base 2141. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type 4. XlXth dynasty. Length, inscribed the prenomen of R.A.MESES II (i").

G

is
f-^r

rudel\in.

[No. 27094.]

2142. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type i, with thin rounded bod}- and large flat legs, inscribed with the prenomen of RAMESES II, within a beaded border. XlXth dynasty. Length, | in. Slightly chipped.
[No. 27777.]

M

2143. Blue-green faience Scarab, of type A, cast in a mould, and stamped with the prenomen of RAMESES II. XlXth d}'nast}'. Length, f in. Petrie Hist.
:

Scara/'s, 1488.

[Xo. 17x25.]

2144-2154]

RAMESES

II.

215

RamESES

2144. Blue faience Plaque, of coarse style, inscribed with the ]jrenomen of XlXth d_\nasty. Length, in. II. (Cast in a mould under side flat.) [No. 43003.]
:

I

O

On

2145. Blue faience Scarab, of type the base is stamped the prenomen of

3, with legs blocked out, cast in a mould, ;ngth, I in. Rameses II. XlXth dynasty. Le [No. 42336.]

A

"l^
'

^
O

2146. Light blue faience Scarab, of type J i (cast in a mould, and stamped badly), with the prenomen of Rameses II. Very coarse style. XlXth dynasty. Length, f in. [No. 42289.] 2147. Opaque carnelian Cartouche-Plaque, unperforated, intended to be set as the bezel of a metal ring (?). On it is rudely engraved the prenomen of Rameses II. XlXth djnasty. Length, -{-| in. [No. 17855.]

2148. Light green faience Cartouche-Plaque, inscribed with the prenomen of II. The rings for threading at each end are broken off. XlXth dynasty. Length, f in. Petrie //I'sL Scarabs, 1491. [No. 1 71 37-]

Rameses

r^

:

2149. Green glazed steatite Scaraboid, with a base
is

fish

cut in relief on the back.

On

the

inscribed the

prenomen of Rameses

II.

XlXth

dynasty.

Length,

i in.

[No. 42701.]

2150. Portion of a large white faience lentoid Bead, inscribed in light blue glaze inlay with the prenomen of Rameses II. XlXth dynasty. Length, I in. Petrie: [No. 20822.] Hist. Scarabs, 1470.

O
|

^

^vx|^

2151. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type L 2, with legs roughly On the base is cut part of the prenomen of Ranjeses III. Chipped. [No. 46008.] XXth dynasty. Length, g in.
indicated.

|®^
f^

a.s,c

2152. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of t}pe
of

G

i.

On

the base

is

the prenomen

Rameses

II or III,

®
|

|^^, between two papyrus-plants above and below.

XlXth-XXth
[No. 46287.]

dynasty.

Length,

i in.

2153. Green glazed steatite circular Cowroid, with back decorated with concentric circles of beaded lines and plain bands round the conical apex. On XlXth dynasty (?). the base is inscribed the prenomen of Rameses II (?). [No. 32458.] Diameter, -^ in.
2154. Green glazed steatite circular Cowroid, with back decorated
as 2153.
in

9|

S

the

same manner
'

On

the base

is

inscribed part of the

prenomen of RamesES

II,

'

j

^
I

s/c.

XlXth

dynasty.

Diameter, j^ in

[No. 30616.]

2l6

CATALOGUE OF SCARABS, CVLINDER-SKALS,

ETC.

[2155-2169

2155. Light green jasper Scarab, of t\pe A, inscribed with part of the pre-

nomen

of

Rameses

II,

O
|

Jj.

XlXth

dsnast)-.

Length,

,'',.

in.

[No. 30604.]

2156. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of
of the prenomen of

tyi^e '

A

4, rougliK- cut,

inscribed \v\ih part
in.

Rameses

O
II,

^

<^.

XlXth

d\-nast\-.

Length, f

[Xo. 28410.]

of

Rameses

2157. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type A 4, inscribed with the prenomen II, the signs being arranged according to the order of pronunciati on. y

User-maat-Ra,

i^O.

XlXth

dynasty.

Length,

| in.

[No. 38696.]

C^p't

of

Rameses

2158. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of II, with the signs arranged as in 2157.

t)']ie

A

6,

inscribed with the ])renonieii

XlXth

dynasty.

Length,

J,

in.

'[No. 38726.]

the i)renomen of

2159. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t>-pe RamESES II, as 2157. XlXth dynast)-.

A

3-4, inscribed with
-,% in.

Length,

\^

t4

[No. 38729.]

dj-nast}'.

2160. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of type Length, in.

^

A

3,

inscribed as 2157.

XlXth
jF

[No. 46466.]

2157.

2161. Blue faience Plaque, with rounded ends, and convex back, inscribed as XLXth dynast)-. Length, i in. Petrie //«/. Scnrahs, 1464. Salt " CW/(V//<w, 1835. [No. 4099.]
:

^f^ ^^^,
'^^-^J^

inscription as 2161.

2162. Green glazed steatite Plaque, of the same X IXth d)-nasty. Length, i in.

t)-pe,

and with the same
[No. 26630.]

2163. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of type
the

A

3,

inscribed
in.

©sm
,,-,

|,

part

of

prenomen of Rameses

II.

XlXth

d)-nast)-, or later.

Length, f^

[No. 39567-]

2164. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to
the prenomen of RAMESES Newberr)- Scarabs, 1499.
:

grc)-,

of type

A

4,

inscribed with part of

II,

above the «(i-sign.

XlXth

dynasty.

Length, in. [No. 17118.]

^

P
|

^3^

The

2165. Green glazed ste'atite (?) Scarab, of type hieroglyphs were inlaid in blue. XlXth dynasty.

A

6,

roughl)- cut, inscribed
h in.

Length,

as 2164. [No. 171 52.]

2166. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type dynasty. Length, f^ in.

A

3-6, inscribed as

2164. XlXth [No. 17 144.]
with the
-i

^1^

^p

2167. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of type

G

4, inscribed

rc'TSa^^

prenomen of Rameses

II,

oiDlV '^^
II.

Roughly

cut.

XlXth

dynasty.

Length,

in.

[No.387"so.]

P^M^) ^*^*^
1^

2168. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type
of the

L

i,

inscribed with a portion

-^A
''^=^

prenomen of Rameses

Roughly

cut.

X IXth

dynasty.

Length, in. [No. 37812.]
i;

2169. Turquoise .Scarab, of type A 4. On the base is engraved Useni-Rd, „ -| probably a pla)- upon the prenomen of Rameses II. Well cut. Chipped at top. XlXth dynasty. Length, g in. [No. 30710.] tk -" A scarab made, as this is, of actual turquoise (jiiajkat of Sinai), is unusual.
I

.

2170-2180]

RAMESKS

II.

217

2170. Blue glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t)'pe
base, on

A 4-G

3,

with rounded

^-~,

The

cut the prenomen of Rameses II, User-MAAT-Ra place of the first A'J-sign is taken b\- a standing figure of the god.

which

is

Setep-EN-Ra. Above is the
""

Fi"^' -•^^
'y
the

w/;-sign.

XlXth

d\-nasty.
steatite
II,

Length,

j in.

[No. 4262:
to

2171. Glazed

Scarab, faded

brown, of

t\'pe

A

4-G

3,

inscribed with

prenomen of
dynasty.

Ram E.SES
,i

User-MAAT-Ra Setep-EN-Ra,
is

a standing figure of the god, by which

inscribed "

Lord of

Ra " being formed by ^~^ Heaven," Well cut. XlXth
the word "

Length,

in.

[No. 42489.]
t\-pe

2172. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of

F

4.

On

the base

is

inscribed the

prenomen of Rameses II, USER->rAAT-R.\ Setep-EX-Ra. The name of Ra in the first part XlXth dvnastw of the prenomen is expressed by a standing figure of the god, as before. ^
Length, \
in.

[No. 38567.]
gre\',

2173. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to

of t}"pe
II,

L 2-G

2.

On the base is XlXth d\'nast\-.

inscribed the

prenomen of Rameses

as before.

Length,

\ in.

[No. 37809.]

2174. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type
figure of the

G

2.
1 1,

On
g

the base are cut a standing

god Ra, and the prenomen of king Rameses

o

XlXth

cl_\nast\-.

Length,

W

in.

[No. 39925-]

figure

2175. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type A 3-4. of Ra, standing before the prenomen of Rameses II. Length, § in.

On

the base

is

a
|

XI Nth dynasty.
[No. 45812.]

£
]"

O
is

2176. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of
cut a standing figure of the

t\-pe

L

i,

with rounded base, on which
II,

god Ra, with part of the prenomen of RAMESES
I in.

O

|

Mfc^

XlXth

d\'nast\-.

Length,

[No. 42934-]

On the base is cut a figure of 2177. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t\-pe 3. XlXth the god Ra, holding the z^^rj-sceptre, standing before the prenomen of RAMESES II. [No. 42547.] dynasty. Length, |i in.
is is

A

3-M i, with broad base, on which 2178. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of t\-pe before him cut a figure of a solar deit)' standing with an //^7j-sceptre in his hand XlXth dynast}-. Length, -J-i- in. inscribed the prenomen of Rameses II. [No. 30610.]
;

A

the in.scription "

2179. Blue glazed steatite Plaque. Good God, Lord of the
II or III),"

maat-Ra .... (Rameses

Lands, USERthe cartouche being

On Two

the obverse

is

^^

placed between two wrt.rF/'-feathers. On the reverse are figures Rude work. XlXth-XXth of the gods Ra and Ptah. [No. 38882.] dynasty. Length, q in.

2180. Blue glazed steatite Scarab, of t.\-pe D 2. On the base is inscribed the II, in a cartouche between two w^^Z-feathers, before Above is a winged sun below is the wcZ'-sign. XlXth d)'nast\-. Length, ] in. [No. 32301.]

prenomen of Rameses a figure of the god Ptah.

:

2

E

^

2l8

CATALOGUE OF SCAKAKS, CVLIM)KR-SEALS,

ETC.
"'

[2181-2189

2181. liluc-grecn gla/.cd steatite .Scarab, of t\pe 3, with double lines On the base is inscribed the prenomen of Rameses II, Thick glaze. XlXth d\nast>-. before a standing figure of the god Ptah. Length, {-i- in. Petrie I list. Scarabs, 1540. A iiastasi Collection, 1839. [No. 4101.]

A

marking the wing-cases.
:

n
I

-

2182. Glazed steatite .Scarab, faded to white, of t\pe A 4, with double lines marking the \\ing-cases, and broad base, on which is inscribed the prenomen of

XlXth d)-nast>-. Length, II, as in 2181, before a seated figure of Ptah. Loftie: Essay, clx.wii (not of Psemut, or of Psammetichus IV (!j, as stated [No. 24248.] b\- Loftie ib., p. 57). Rameses
q

in.

:

2183. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of
the gild

t_\-pe

J

i,

inscribed with the
II,

name

of

Ptah and the beginning of the prenomen of
b\'

RAMESES

UsEK-MA.AT,

and

1

followed

XlXth

d\-nast\-.

Length,

.',

in.

[No. 404<S5.]

2184. Glazed steatite rectangular Plaque, faded to grey, with slightl}- ccjnve.x back and an incised line round the sides. On the base is inscribed the prenomen ^^^ of Rameses II, modified, with the signs of "double beauty," twice. jQ^Cvii^tl ^***/5^ On the back is Instead of the figure of Maat appears that of Bast. a roughl)' cut ittcliat. In the perforation is the original golden pin, XlXth d)'nasty. w ith up])er end twisted into a ring, to form a pendant. [No. 24213.] Length, in. Loftie: Essay, z^\\\.
"

-

ij

2185. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of
a representation of the deities Ptah

t_\-pe

D
the

i,

faded to |nirp

On
ft ff f
,

the base

is
'~

cut

and

.Sekhet, standing before

two

lets,

on
II,

each of which stands a solar hawk.

Above

is

prenomen of Rameses
dynasty.

User-MAAT-[R.\]Setei'-EX-Ra [o] |\/)''^-

XlXth

Length,

jJ- in.

[No. 41895.]

On the base are cut a 2186. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t\-pe D 2. cartouche containing the prenomen of R.AMESES II, and the c\nocephalus Ape of Thoth, above is the solar with the lunar disk and crescent on his head below are the signs [—^
; ;

disk

with

iiraci,

?Qf.

The whole
dynast}-.

signifies

"
in.

UsER->rA.\T-R.\

Setep-EX-R.\, beloved

Thoth and Ra."

XlXth

Length,

l

of [No. 38709.]

2187. Blue-green glazed steatite Scarab, of
cut a figure of the Ape of the i^renomen of R.AMESES
is

t\'pe

A
^—

3-6, on the base of which

Thoth seated before a roughly cut cartouche containing
II.

Above
d\-nasty.

are the signs

,

and, below,

^^.

The

whole reads as 2188.

XlXth

Length,

q

in.

Salt Collection, 1835. [No. 4107.]

On the base is cut a Scarab, of t\pe I) 3, flat. of Thoth, wearing the lunar crescent and disk, seated before a cartouche containing the prenomen of RAMESES II, above which are the signs ^-^
2188.
lilue glazed .steatite

figure of the

Ape

^,
.

,

"

Lord of the

the Two dynasty.

Below are the signs ,^^ the whole reads, " Lord of Lands, USER-MA.AT-R.\ Setep-EN-R.\, beloved of Thoth." XlXth [No. 4106.] Length, {-I in. D' A tliaiiasi Collection, I'^l].
Lands."
:

Two

On the base is 2. 2189. Blue-green glazed steatite Scarab, of t\-pe cut a figure of the Ape of Thoth, wearing the lunar crescent and disk, seated before a cartouche containing the name of RAMESES (II), MeriAmex, above the «<V;-sign. XlXth d\-nasty. Length, \\r in. [No. 30609.]

D

I

v_y

2190 2198]

RAMESES

II.

219

fit^ure

2190. Blue glazed steatite Scarab, partly faded to white, of t\'pe A 3. On the base is a of Maat, kneeliniif, and holding a cartouche containing th5 prenomen of Rameses II
;

above are the signs
Length,
\jr in.

H

T

(sic),

and below

is

the exergual

XlXth

dynasty.

[No. 48796.]
t\-]ie

2191. Glazed steatite Scarab, of
(i)

K
fi

3,

with broad base, on which are inscribed

:

above, the

names of Maat and Ptah,

1),

within a rectangular border, with
^^

pattern derived from the forms of the Red Crown and utcliat ; (ii) below, the prenomen of Ramkses II, in a cartouche, between two jiraci, above which is the winged sun. Length, f in. The glaze has disappeared. XlXth d}-nast}-. Petrie: Hist. Scarabs, 1554. [No. 4 1 03.]

•i^'^^
ii^
-i-.:

w
JJ

2192. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t\pe On the base is cut 3. a cartouche containing the prenomen of RamesES II, between two uraei, and beneath the winged solar disk, above which is inscribed the name of the god
Ptah, betu-een

A

two crowns of Lower Egypt,
III,

v'

Length,
Cf.

H

^'k

Vz

.

\ in.

V_

XlXth

dynasty.

r:^i^.f

^^^^ 38570.]

into

1254-1258, which have the name of Thothmes meaningless Hnes.

and show well the degeneration of the

W ^

^

^A

8

\2

P

2193. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t}-pe D 2. On the back is cut the Rame.SE.S II. On the base (much damaged) is a figure of the king (?) offering to the god Ptah (?). X I Xth dynasty. Length, | in. [No. 39907-]

name of

ft

m

2194. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of t}-pe
king, wearing an uracils,

and dressed
is

in

3-M. On the base is cut a figure of a a voluminous robe, offering to the god

A

Ptah

;

between the two figures
of

the feather of

Maat

(1

,

and abo\-e
off.

is

the pre-

nomen

Rameses

II,
|

%fl

^—

'.

Head

of scarab broken

XlXth

dynasty.

Length,

l in.

[No. 3780S.]

W^
.A
r

jg

l

2195. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type 2. On the base is cut a representation of a king, wearing the ro}-al helmet with uraeus, and dressed in a voluminous robe, offering to the god Ptah. Above is the inscription

D

"User-MAAT-Ra
d>-nast\-.

(Rame.SE.S
in.

II),

Lord of the

Two

Lands,"

1\^,

^.

XlXth

Length, i

[No. 38592.]

is

2196. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of tj-pe cut a figure of a king, wearing the royal helm
is

A 3-M i, on the base of which and long robe, offering to Ptah.
between them
is

Above him
below
is

the

prenomen of Rameses

II,

O
|

yj;

the vase

Q

;

the wc^-sign.

XlXth

d\mast}'.

Length,

| in.

[No. 29995.]

2197. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t\-pe 3. a king, as before, offering to Ptah, who is seated on a throne.

A

On

Above

the base is a figure of is the prenomen of

Rameses

II,

o] J j";^-^.

XlXth

d\-nasty.

Length, f

in.

[No. 46024.]

2198. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type
representation of
"

D

i.

On
are

the

base

is

cut
if

a
.

Rameses

II,

offering to the

god Ptah.

Above

the signs
is

]

XlXth

User-MA.\t-[Ra], Lord of the dynasty. Length, || in.

Two Lands"; and

between the figures

the

wfl'rt/'-feather.

[No. 42802.]
2
I']

2

,

r

220

CATALOGUE OF SCARABS,

CVr INDF.R-SEALS, ETC.
.A
3,

[2199-2206
is

2199. Glazed steatite Scarab, farled to white, of t.\pe
of a king, as before, adoring the god Ptah.

On
T

the base
(for
|

cut a figure
"
,

Above
II]).

are the signs
d>nast)-.

=^

T

Good

God, Lord of

tlie

Two Lands " [Rameses

XlXth

Length,

J in.

[No. 39002.]

2200. Cilazed
out.

steatite Scarab, faded to gre\-, of tj-pe
is

On

the base

cut a figure of a king,

i, with legs blocked as before, worshipping Ptah anrl
U

D

^^
•tyV.^
^^*\' **^
J-x

f^

\ sic
.

Anubis.
d\-nasty.

Above

is

part of the

prenomen of

Rami:sI';s

II,

\j)

XlXth

,

">

Length,

| in.

[No. 38917.]

^-'
_^-;-

is

2201. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of t_\-pe 3, with broad base, on which roughl)- cut a representation of a king, as before, adoring Ptah and a disked
s\-inbolizing a goddess.

A

*'\J/T'''

/irai'us,

Above

are the

prenomen of Rameses

II,

|

jj,

^^^-'^*Tt

and the names of Ptah and Maat, corrupted, (Ifi.
*in.

XlXth

fhnasty.

Length,

^'
I

[No. 32571.]

2202. Blue glazed steatite Scarab, of elaborate tvpe D i. On the base is represented a king, as before, offering two \-ases to a disked uracils, representing
a goddess, behind which
is

1

-,-

/^^^
j""^

the
|

sign

T,

"beautiful."
Slightl\-

Above

the king

is

the

-^
'-;:-'

V,; -

prenomen of Rameses
Length,
;;

II,

J?

O

{sic).

chipped.

XlXth

dynast}-.


.

in.

[No. 32339.]

2203. Blue-green glazed
is

steatite Scarab, of tj'pe

D

i,

cut a figure of a king, as before, adoring a disked iimciis.
of

on the base of which Above, is part of the
4

:?•*

j^ '-^
\\

prenomen

Rameses

II,
I

f\

XlXth

dynast\-.

Length,

in.

[No. 28164.]

^' ~^'-'

2204. dazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of t\-pe D i-Mi, with broad base, on which is cut a representation of a king, as before, offering a figure of Maat to ^ .—= Thoth, ibis-headed, and wearing the lunar crescent anrl flisk, and seated on a '-^^^j^^ti
throne.

Above
b)-

is

inscribed

ii||
T

^^
"
,

^""^
j\

" Th.ith the high

f\^^}^,

lord "

;

the side of the king

j

Good

god, Lord of the

Two

Lands."
[No. 17226.] Mcyrick, 1879.

XlXth

dynasty.

Length,

J-g-

in.

Presented by Majof-Gcn. A. W.

H

.

2205. Glazed
of a

steatite Scarab, faded to gre}% of t>-pe A 3. On the base is cut a figure king kneeling on the sign r^m in adoration before a figure of Thoth in the fi)nn of

an ape.
Length, f

Above
in.

is

the sign

j

,

indicating the

prenomen of Rameses

II.

XlXth

dynast}-.

[No. 41958.]

2206. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to yellow, of type i. On the base is a figure of a king, kneeling, and offering tv.o vases to a cynocephalus with the lunardisk o\-er his head.

D

,»->v

^^^t*
_
^
-

Above

is

the beginning of the prenomen of
"

RameSES

II,

G

|.

5?,

and below

is

the i^Ei, "

beloved

(of Thoth).

XlXth

(Kiiasty.

Length, f in. [No. 46458.]

"^^^

1

2307-2215]

RAMESES

TI.

221

2207. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of t\-pe A 3, with broad base, on which is cut a figure of a king, wearing the helmet, offering two vases to an Ape of Thoth, wearing the hinar crescent and disk. Above is the prenomen of

RaME.ses
fin.

II,
I

jS

O

(s!c);

below are the signs t~~^
Anastasi

XlXth

d)-nasty.

Lf ngth,

Petrie

:

Hist. Scarabs, 1536.

Collection, 1839.

[Xn. 4105.]

2208. Glazed
kneeling in

steatite

Scarab, faded
the
is

to

white,

of t\pc

A

3,

on the base
the

is

a kingfor

adoration

before
II.

cynocephalus,
the sign
1

and above arc
Chipped.

signs OJj,

the

prenomen of

Ram ESES

Ri-lnw

XlXth

d}'nasty.

Length. | in. [No. 46970.]

2209. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of type A 3, on the base of which is cut a representation of a king, wearing a short wig and the atef horns and
feathers, kneeling in adoration before a seated figure of

Amen.

Above

are the

name

of the god and the [jrencjmen of

R.VMESKS

II

in a

cartouche.

XlXth

Length,

\ in.

dynasty. [No. 29240.]

cut a branch.

2210. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to grey, of type D i on one of the wing-cases is On the base is the figure of a king being led into the presence of the god
;

Khonsu
d^-nast)-.

b\- a

solar deit)'
,!;

;

in

the field

is

the

prenomen of Ra.MESES

II,

O

|

ifi

J>—-.

XlXth

Length,

in.

[No. 39988.]

2211. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type 6. On the ba.se is cut a representation of a king, wearing the helmet and uracils, slaying an enem\- w ith a scimitar (Jchcpesli) in the presence of Ra, who holds a similar scimitar. Abo\"e
is

A

the

|,

"god," behjw

is

the prenomen of Ramesl'S II

in

a cartouclie.
|J

Fine
Petrie:

work.

Chipped on one

side of the base.

XlXth

djniast}'.

Length,

in.

Hist. Scarabs, 1532.

Hay

Collection, 1868.

[No. 171 24.]

2212. Blue glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type 2. On the base is a figure of a king, wearing the Red Crown, .seizing a captive by the hair, and slaying him with an axe.
In the
field

D

are the

wrtrfZ-feather

|1

,

and part of the prenomen of Rameses
d\nasty.

II,

UsER-

G
MA.AT-R.'x,

AR.

Good work.

XlXth

Length,

-J-jf

in.

[Xo. 42476.]

2213. Green glazed steatite Scarab, faded to yellow, of type D i-A 4. On the base is cut the figure of a king slaying an enem\-. In the field are the sign of the goddess Maat, signifying the prenomen of R.vmeses II, and an indeterminate object. XlXth dynasty.

Length,

\ in.

[No. 42742.]

2214. Glazed steatite .Scarab, faded to white, nf
of a king slaying a prisoner.

t_\-pe

A

3.

On
],

the base

is

cut a figure

In the field arc the signs

G and

parts of the [jrenomen of

Rameses

II.

XlXth

dynast)-.

Length,

i in.

[No. 42565.]

2215. Green glazed steatite Scarab, partly faded to brown, of type cut a figure of a king sla\-ing a prisoner whom he holds bj- the hair.
signs

D

i. On the base is In the field are the

Q and

|,

probably intended to be parts of the prenomen of
in.

Rameses

II.

XlXth

dynasty.

Length, \^

[No. 3S865.]

^

CATALOGUE OF SCARABS, CYLINDER-SEALS,
2216. Unglazed dark steatite rectangular

ETC.

[2216-2224

JMaque, inscribed on the obverse with the

prenomen of Rameses
()n the reverse
field is
is

II,

User-MA.\T-Ra Setep-EN-Ra, ~\^^

f^.
-j'^

i'^Trr-

cut a figure of a king slaying an animal, and in the
(?).

-'^
'*

a cartouche

Rough work.

XlXth

y<

'

d\-nasty.

Length,

in.

"'/^L—

[No. 43016.]

IIYI. Glazed

.steatite

.Scarab, faded to white, of type

A

3.

On

the base
|

is

cut the figure of a

king slaying an animal.

In the field are the signs
II.

and
(J,

perhaps parts of the prenomen of

Rameses

XlXth

dynasty.

Length, \\ in. [No. 40248.]

2218. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t\-pe A 3, with broad base, on which is cut a representation of a king wearing the helmet and carr_\-ing flail and crook, being carried in a palanquin b>' two Set-headed figures. In the field is
part of the

prenomen of Rameses
Scarabs,
PI. xx.\i\-, 32.

o
II,
-^

XlXth

djmast}-.

Length,

\

in.

.TmTfi'i

Newberr\-

:

i
t\-pe
II,

[No. 32303.]

2219. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of on which
is

A

3,

with broad base,
,

^>^

inscribed part of the

prenomen of Rameses

^-.

before a figure

^
^-iv
\^J'^

of a king wearing the helmet, carr\-ing the flail and crook, a cross-legged throne. Xl.Xth d)-na.st\-. Length, in.
'l

£"^

and seated on
[No. 32302.]

<~~^
^

2220. Light blue glazed

On

the base

is

steatite Scarab, of t\-pe 3, roughly cut. cut a figure of a king, .standing, wearing helmet with iiraetis
f.

A

"=^-j

j>
'

a

and holding the crook

Before him
i;

is

the

prenomen of Rameses

II,

'i^

XlXth

d\-nast\-.

Length,

in.

[No. 41930.]

i*^—

2221. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of type a standing figure of a king, holding the crook and mace, with the

A

3.

Oil

the base

is

cut
II,

prenomen of Rameses

O 1

?|

f^,

before him.

XlXth

dynast}'.

Length,

^

in.

[No. 40306.]

2222. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type of a king, standing, wearing the ro\-al helm, and holding a of Rameses II, as before. XlXth dynast)-. Length, -/'^ in.

L

2.
;

flail

On the base is cut a figure before him is the prenomen
[Xo. 40055.]

2223. Glazed
of a

steatite Scarab, faded to white, of

type

A
the

3, flat.

On

king standing,

and

RameslsII.

XlXth

holding the crook, d\-nasty. Length, g in.

before

prenomen

the base of j „

is

a figure
.,..^

[No. 38590.]

j^""

J^Sk.
:-f^*^^\

Here, though the figure is that of the king, not that of the god Ra, the symbol of Ra has been omitted from the royal prenomen, as though it were" the figure of Ra that is present (as in 2170 ff. (/.;). This is a curious instance of confusion.

,p^
;;;U/w.

V^JSZT ''^ ^

2224. Glazed
dynasty.

steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t\-pe

A

3.

On
in

the base are

^'~^,
'

?^>N

cut a figure of a king and the

prenomen of Rameses

II, as

2223.

XlXth

Length,

in.
'l

[No. 38591.]

[-fy^'^ii. '-—•—'.

2225-2232]

RAMESES

II.

2225. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of t}'pe 3, in original mount as the swivel-bezel of a massive gold ring, ^-'^haped, of semicircular section. On the base is cut a figure of a king, wearing the double crown above the klaft, and seated on a throne. Before him is the inscription " Ramessu (Ramk.ses II), beloved of Amen-Ra, prince of princes." XlXth d\nasty. Scarab, f in. by % in. diameter of ring, \ in.
i*
;

A

[Franks

94.]

Bequeatlicd by the late Sir A. IVo/Ltston Franks, K.C.B., 1897.

in
which
is

2226. Green glazed

steatite

Plaque,

with

convex back, on
II,
]

cut

in

relief

a cartouche, containing part of the
incised,

prenomen of R.\MESES

h,
is

/fr^2Z^£s1
'^

between two

///crcrAfeathers in relief;

above and below

a

'^.---v^

beaded border. On the flat face are rudely cut a seated figure of Ra and a roj-al sphinx, /(?.vjrt;//'. XlXth dynasty. Length, j in.
[No. 28361.]

glazed steatite .Scarab, of type 6, on the inscribed " User-MA.\T-Ra Setei'-EN-[R.\], beloved of Amen-Ra " the name of the god is determined by a couchaiit figure of a ram-headed sphinx wearing the feathers of Amen. XlXth dynasty. Length, \ in. Newberry Scarabs, PI. xxxiv, 27.
.Sk\--blue
is
;

2227.

A

base of which

m^%
{Sphiii.\
)

:

[No. 29239.]

2228. Green glazed steatite .Scarab, of t)'pe 3, on the base of which is inscribed the prenomen of Rame.SE.s II, before a r(W(7^cf«/ Above is the figure of a ram-headed sphinx, wearing the c?/fy"-crown. [No. 30612.] name of Amen-Ra. XlXth d}'nasty. Length, f in.

A

r"^

inscription

2229. Blue glazed and design
f in.

steaschist

.Scarab,

of t}-pe

like that of

2228.

Length,

A 3-M i, on the base of which is an Centre of base chipped out. XlXth dynasty. [No. 27938.] D
.'?5«b^,
',

O'l th^ base are cut 2230. Light blue glazed steatite Scarab, of type 5a ram-headed sphinx and the ;/t'/'-sign above a cartouche containing the prenomen of

^^

Rame.ses

II,

placed between two

;«(?rt/-feathers.

XlXth

dynasty.

Length,

J;

in.
,^.„.;,-'

[N0.27132.J

2231. Pale green glazed steatite Scarab, of type
roughl)' cut a royal sphinx, wearing the
his

D

2,

faded to }-ellow.

On

the base

is

wig and with an uraeated disk over
of

^^^^.^

head
back

;

above
the

his

forepaws

is

the

prenomen
-^

Rame.ses

II,
|

JJ,

and over
Length,
\'^ in.

his

is

name

of

Amen-Ra,

(J

O
.

XlXth

dynasty,

f^

>

[No. 45738.]

of a r()\al

On the base is cut the figure steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type 3. sphinx, wearing a helmet and an uraeus, with an imitation of the prenomen of Ramese.s II before him, and the sign ^-i^^, and a winged uraeus above. XlXth dynasty. "' [No. 38578.] Length, ii in.
2232. Glazed
'

A

i

CATALO(;rK OK SCARARS, rVLIXIiKR-SEAI-S, ETC.

[2233 2239

On tlie base is cut a fit^ure i. 2233. Glazed steatite .Scarab, faded to brown, of t_\-|je of a king, apparently the >ounsr R.\MESES II, \v'earin<j the sidelock and a long gauftred gown with cape, and seated on a low seat with a footstool. In one hand he
holds a large
•¥-,

D

and holds the other

to his

mouth

as a sign

^—

Above his head
Before him
is
is

is

an uraeated disk, with a smaller simple disk

^
r^""^

-.

of his \-outh.

.^f$^^\
V^.-

above the ?-.
below which
ove
IS

a cartouche containing a
,

mock

rowil

name

V=/^'

inscribed

i

" belo\-ed of the

Lord of the
in.

Two

Lands."

a

«t'/;-sign.

XlXth

dynast)-.

Length, i

[No. 29446.]

2234. Dark green glazed steatite Scarab, of con\-entional archaizing t\'pe (imitating K) On the long base is the legs are represented b)- a herringbone band. © inscribed the prenomen of Rameses II, with the symbols of " gold " S i i? X and " double life " below, and on each side, are ideographs {shen, ren, ^^.^ Back worn. <=z=. ^r^.£J^ men) copied from scarabs of the H}-ksos period. "••"•"' Probably from the Delta. XlXth d\-nast\-. Length, -j^ in. [""^ p^ 1"^""^ ^ [No. 28412.]
1

;

^ ^ ^^ g

T
An
dynasty
tlie

M

interestini;

example of imitation of an antique type.

The

revival of

Hyksos designs under the Xl.Xth

is significant, in view of the probable connection of the Ramessid dynasty with the ancient rulers of Delta, and the deliberate Ramesside revival of the worship of Set.

2235. Glazed

steatite rectangular Plaque, faded to grey, with

convex back, on which

are cut a cartouche, containing the
relief.

prenomen

of

Ramese.S
three

II,

and

a w^wZ-feather, in

On

the base are cut the signs

^T^
t T

,

etc.,

repeated

times.

I'rom

the

Delta

?

XlXth

dx-nasty.

jf

in. b\-

Yk

in.

[No. 46789-]

inscribed

2236. Blue glazed steatite Scarab, of Xllth dynasty type (E 2). " UsER-MA.\T-R.\ SeteI'-EN-R.v, beloved of .\men-Ra." Xllth[No. 28694.] XlXth dynasty. Length, ^^ in.

On

the base

is

(Qs

^^
^^k^
fiii,^*
11

li^^.
Ju.
I

This scarab has perhaps been reused and inscribed under the .XLXth dynasty, but is a remarkable example, either of survival of a Middle Kingdom type up to the time of the .\I.\th dynasty, probably in the Delta, or of deliberate revival of a type associated with the Hyksos (by no means an impossibility under this dynastyj.

more probably

X
\^

O
-^^^

2237.

P)lue

glazed steatite Scarab, of type

D

3 (nicks

have become longitudinal cuts

in

O
the back;, inscribed with the
annules.

prenomen
J-i-

of

Ramesi:s

II,

"fc^^,

within a border

of

twelve

XlXth

dynast)-.

Length,

in.

[No. 41620.]

The border of annules is very characteristic of this reign, and is probably to be ascribed either to a survival the Delta of Middle Kingdom designs, or to a deliberate revival in the Delta under the .\ I Xth dynasty kings of artistic traditions belonging to the period of the Late .Middle Kingdom and the Hyksos.
in

cut the

2238. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of t)pe D 3 (as 22371. On the base is prenomen of R.VMESES II, within a border of eleven annules. Thick glaze.
dynastv.

XlXth

Length,

in.
'l

[Xo. 42525.]

V^^^

2239. Green glazed prenomen of Ramese.S
Length, §
in.

steatite
II,

Scarab, fided t(i white, of t\-pe D 3, inscribed with the XLXth d\nast)-. within ; border of anmiles, as before.

[No. 39291.]

2240-2249]

RAMESES

II.

22

S

2240. Blue glazed steatite Scarab, of type D 5. On the base is inscribed the prenomen of Rameses II, surrounded by nine annules. XlXth dynasty. Length, 1 in.
Fetrie
:

.^r^;

Hist. Scarabs, 1487.

Hay

Collection, 1868.

[No. 17149-]

2241. Bright blue glazed steaschist Scarab, of t\pe
inscribed the

prenomen of R.VMESES
b\-

surmounted

the pap\rus plant

;

XlXth

d\-nasty.

Length, f

in.

L 2. On the base is a cartouche, placed above a iicb-s\%n, and on each side are three annules. Back rubbed. [No. 28517.]
II, in

2242. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t\-pe D 2, inscribed with the prenomen of Rameses II, in a cartouche, surrounded by a border of nine broken
flat

volutes.

XlXth

dynasty.

Length,

j in.

[No. 48827.]

The volute decoration (another survival or revival of Middle Kingdom designs) is less common on scarabs of Rameses II than is that of annules. Another example, very much in the best style Scarabs, PI. xxxiv, 24. of the Middle Kingdom, is illustrated by Newberry
:

2243. Glazed

steatite Scarab, faded to
II,

brown, of type
i.e.,

A

3-8, inscribed with the sign T
is

and a part of the prenomen of RAMESES Length in.
2244. Blue glazed
of

"

User-MAAT-Ra

good."

XlXth

dynasty. [No. 40084.]

steatite Scarab, of

type

D

3,

Rameses II (User-maat-Ra Setep-en-Ra), neb-s\<g\\. XlXth dynasty. Length, ^-f in.

inscribed with the prenomen with a disked uracils, above the

[No. 41857.]

uracils,

2245. Glazed faience Scarab, faded to white, of type D 2. On the base is an with disk above, and before it a cartouche containing the prenomen nf Rameses II. Beneath is the sign t=t. XlXth dynasty. Length, I in.
[No. 457SI.]

^^:.

'ii

is

2-M i, on the base of which 2246. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of t)pe inscribed the prenomen of Rameses II, in a cartouche, from which spring two the cartouche is surpairs of itraci, the uppermost with disks above the heads mounted bv plumes. XlXth d\-nasty. Length, j in. [No. 30608.]
;

D

,

/SSu
^^^f/
v^y

I'* '>.

2247. Blue glazed steatite Scaiab, of type A 4. On the base is roughly cut prenomen of Ramesks II, in a cartouche, between a winged sun and the symbol of stabilit)', from which spring two uraei. XlXth dynasty. Length, -^ in.
the

[No. 30607.]

2248. Light green glazed steatite Scarab, of t\pe 4, elongated, inscribed with the prenomen of Rameses II, in a cartouche, between two blundered forms of the name of Much worn. XlXth dynasty. Length, | in. Amen-Ra. Aiidreivs Collection, 1848. Petrie Hist. Scarabs, 1559. [No. 4108.]
:

A

o

1""^

O O II

O G

.-«••
II

.,--'"-?

v^^
A
4.

2249. Deep lapis-blue glass Scarab, of elongated
base is cut an imitation of the Length, f in.

t\-pe

name

of

RamESES

II.

XlXth

On the dynasty.

[No. 30617.]
2 F

.

226

CATALOGUE OK
2250. Part of
a
lapis-bliie

SCARAliS, CVLINDER-SKALS, ETC.

[2250-2258

i;la.ss

are

engraved

figures

of

Amen

and

Scarab, of t_\-j)e A 6, Ra, being part of an

rouLjhl)- cut.

On
the

the

base
of

imitation

of

name

Ramkses
2251.

II(?),

§

^.

Xl.Xth

d\-nast\-.

Length,

:^

in.

[Xo. 12514.]

(jla/.cd steatite
II,

Scarab, faded to brown, of

tx'jje

A
|

8,
is

inscribed with the

[jrenomen of Kami'.si;s
Trobabl)-

o
41

,

on the
j'^r

•'^37

sign (the sign

confused with

T

j

XXV'Ith

d)'nast\-.

Length,

in.

[No. 40103.]

2252. Glazed
the

steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t\-pe
II,

A

cS,

inscribed with an imitation of
in.

prenomen of Rame.sk.s

|^°.

XXX'Ith

d}-nast>-.

Length, /^

[Xo. 48671.]

back

2253. (jlazed steatite Plaque, with rounded back, faded to white. On the O is the prenomen of Rameses II, U.sER-MA.\T-R.\ SETKP-Ei\-R.\,
;

and on the
the

flat

base are the symbols

,

" I*"irm

is

the

Lord

of

|

Two

Lands."
/

From
.

Hala
.',

Sultan
in.
-

Tekke, C\-prus

(Ihitish

^—
©

o

^

MiiS'iim Excav-

ations). ^

XlXth

d\'nnst\'.

Length, &

r,,
|->^jj

9S-12-1, 201.]

2254. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t\-]je 4, inscribed with the prenomen of R.\ME.ses II. F'rom Knkonii (Cj-prus) precise locality uncertain. XlXth dynasty. Lengtli, 1 in. Excavations in ()'/>/ //s, PI. i\', p. 41. Murra}-, Smith and Walters
; :

A

4
[No. 97-4-1, 760.]

2255. Light gre)'-blue faience flat rectangular Plaque, with two lines round the sides. On the obverse are cut the obelisk, symbol of Amen, and the signs "I am the .servant of Bast." n q On the reverse is an imitation of the car- Jj, .^ n .^ touche of Rameses II, with the feathers above it. Roughl}' cut. P'rom Naukratis. \ [[ XXVIth dynasty, i] in. by i in. [No. 88-6-1, 51.]
>

Presented

l\v

the Egr/'t Exploration

l-iiini,

1888.

plaque, with each cartouche surmounted by the disk and In one is cut a figure of the goddess Sekhet, plumes. queen in the other is the name of standing Nekertari Meri-Mut, the wife of Rameses II. On the back is inscribed the name of the owner, the " lady of the house, Aiiauhai, deceased in peace." XlXth Perforated twice across, at tojj and bottom.
Laijis
lazuli

2256.

double

cartouche

/^

^

^—^ %

if

t

;

^0:
&

\\ _^
(l_\-nasty.
I

Li

in. Length, [No. 35410.]
'\

2257. Green glazed
beloved of Mut,"

steatite

^n"^
_a?i}

Cowroid, inscribed with the ''^^ '^^^
(the wife of

name

of queen " NefERT.VKI,
dynast>-.

J \ t'l'^,,,^^

Rameses

II).

XlXth

Length,

§ in.

[No. 41926.]
c?
j

2258. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of t\-pe A 6, inscribed with the name of queen NefektAri, wife of Rameses II; "king's wife, Nefert.ARE" [No. 40867'.] Chipped at side. XlXth dynasty. Length, i in.

^ ^

<ci.

\\

2259-2267]

RA>rESE.S
steatite .Scarab, faded to

II.

227

2259. Glazed
of queen

brown, of type
"^^^^^
(]

A

3-6, inscribed with the

name

NkkkrtAri,

as before:

1

^

I

XlXth

djnasty.

Leni^th,

fji

i"-

[No. 38989.]

2260. Glazed
before.

steatite Scarab, faded to

brown, of type

.A 6,

inscribed as

^
I

XlXth

d\-nastv.

Length, ,V

''i-

* h'

[No. 32453-]
J()
\\

Xf

as before.

2261. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of XlXth d\-nast\-. Length, i in.

t\-pe

A

3-4, faded to brown,

inscribed
T

1 ^^^ <^>

[No. 48673.]

*

=

[J

^

2262. Glazed
version
of the
,q

steatite Scarab, faded to white,

name

of

queen

Nefert.'\RI,

of t)'pe G 4, inscribed with a garbled XlXth dynasty. wife of Rameses II.

Length,

in.

[No. 48767-]
to white of type

the

name

2263. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded of queen Nefertari, garbled.

G

Chipped.

XlXth

fin.

4, inscribed with Length, dynasty. [No. 427 5 -]
1

^
±
^

^^
.----.
,,\,
sic

i^j

2264. Green glazed

steatite

Nefertari.

XlXth

dynasty.

Cowroid, inscribed Length, -^ in.

with

the

name

of

queen

^^^^ ^^'"

[No. 40773-]

i^

are the

2265. Glazed names and

steatite rectangular brick-shaped Plaque, faded to white.
titles

On

the obverse

of R.WIESE.S

II,

Lands, ME.SSU

User^maat-Ra Setep-en-R.^, Meri-Amen." On the reverse is
:

Qm
'i o

T

Lord of the Two Lord of Risings, R.\-

inscribed a record of his marriage to a daughter of Khattusil, king of Kheta

O

"King's

wife,

Urt-maa-xefeku-R.\,

^^^

daughter of the great Prince of Kheta." Very good work. From Tell el-Yahiidiya. in. Petrie XlXth dynasty. f| in. by Newberr\-: Scarabs, Hist. Scarabs, 1603.

^

:

iJI

c D]
I

=PI.

x.xxv,

(^^•^.Q

^

228

CATAI.ncUK OV SCARAKS, CVLINDKR-SKALS, ETC.

[2268 2275

2268. Blue faience Scarab, of
with the

t)-pc

A

3-4, cast in a mould, anrl stam|)ed

name

of

Merexptah.

XlXth

dynasty.

Length,

ij

in.

i^
^^^
1

iilij

[No. 27003.]

€»

2269. Glazed
probabl)'
d)'nasty.

steatite

Scarab,
the

faded

to

brown,

of

t\-pc

A

3,

inscribed

ifiifji?)'

an

imitation
§ in.

of

prenomen of king Merenptah, (ya.
"w^~^

XlXth

^^
5f^

Length,

'^
.Scarab,

[No. 40376.]

2270. Glazed
"

steatite

faded

to

white,

of

t\-pe

A

3,

inscribed

•¥-

1^-^

,

The Soul

of the

Sun

liveth,"

or " Living Soul

of the Sun," possibly intended for king
(?).

Ba-en-Ra,

X^, (Merenptah).

XLXth

d)-nasty

Length, ^

in.

[No. 40529.]

2271. Blue glazed steatite Scarab, of
Ra-ineni,

t>-pe

A
the

4,

inscribed Ankli-cii-Ptcih

^

n ^o
I

^.^-j^,

possibl\-

a

play

upon
\\in.

name
:

of

MERENPTAH.
1614-

y\. XLXth \ Hay Collection, 1868.

d\-nasty.

Length,

Pctrie

Hist. Scarabs,

[No. 17150.]

Q
2272. Glazed
"
steatite

Scarab,

Amen-MESES, beloved

of

Amen."

faded to white, of type A 3, inscribed Chipped. XLXth dynast)-. Length, i in. [No. 46238.]

|i

|

^
r

,_,
n
[|i

2273. Blue composition Scarab, of tvpe
Amen-ME.SE.S and the symbol of
" right," ^

L
.

2,

inscribed

with

the

name

of

^
ki^^r
*-^^'

XLXth

d\-nasty.

Length,

-}> in.

[No. 28363.J

" Amen-MESE.S, 2274. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of type 3, carefully cut, inscribed rightful prince, beloved of Amen." The name of is indicated by a single

A

Amen

figure

of the

god,

wearing

his

|

plumes, walking to the right with his
branch, symbolic of

left

hand
i

i^'','^
"^'X

raised towards the royal

name, ~~|p, and a palm

" man_\,[:

y^

years"

in

his right hand.

Un-

?p
^

usual
24.

t\-pc.

XLXth

dynast.w

Length,

in.

^^^^

Newberry:

Scarabs, PI. .v.xxvi,

1X0.29241.]
title

.attrilnition

Assigned by Newberry (/.,-.) to Ramksks IV, who bore the seems very questionable. The figure is Amen, not Rfi.

licq

iiiaCxt,

"rightful prince"; but this

2275. Blue-green glazed steatite Scarab, of t_\-pc A 3, fine colour, inscribed with the prenomen of .Sa-Ptah, Khu-EN-R.\ Setep-EN-RS. XLXth d_\nast\-.
Length,
-j^ in.

[No. 4082S.]

2276-2284]

SETI

ir.

229

2276. White faience Plaque, in the form of a plate of scale armour, gabled at the top, with a central ridtje, and three perforations at each end imitating those for the fastening of a scale to the leather jerkin beneath, inscribed with the name of queen Tausret, in a cartouche, surmounted by plumes. XlXth dynasty. Length, i^ in. [No. 14788.]

2277. Faience Scarab of large clums}' type A, with high back. On the base are inscribed the names of Seti (II) Merenptah, User-kheper-Ra Discoloured and glaze mostly worn off. Meri-Amen. XlXth dynasty. Length, i|- in. [No. 42213.]

2278. l?lue-green faience brick-sha[jcd Plaque, unperforated, probabl)- from a foundation-deposit inscribed on both sides with the name of Seti (.II), Merenptah. Chipped on one side. XlXth dynast)-. Loftie Essay, cxvii. [No. 24188.] Length, i\
;

T=r

W

m

:

inscribed
d}-nast)'.

2279. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of type A 7, on which is ~~ ~~ U.ser-KIIEPER-Ra Setep-EN-R; XlXth Ra. the prenomen of Seti II, "'
'

„-^(.

Length,

j:

in.

Loftie

:

Essay, c.xxxv.

[No. 24206.]

O

Ii

2280. Glazed
inscribed with the

steatite

Scarab, faded to white, of type
II.

A

5,

coarsely cut,
| in.

prenomen of Seti

XlXth

d}-nasty.

Length,

[No. 32346.]

of Seti

2281. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to grej', of t)-pe A 3-7, inscribed with the prenomen Chipped. X I Xth dynasty. Length, ^ in. II, as before. [No. 49771.]

2282. Green

glazed steatite

Scarab,

of type
as

A

i,

roughly cut,
striated.
"<yi'me.t

inscribed with the prenomen of XI Xth d\'nastv. Length, ^ in.

Seti

II,

before.

Legs

5^- f
[No. 41993.]

-^

2283. Glazed

steatite Scarab, faded to white, ot t\-pe
-J-i

A

4,

inscribed as before.

i^'i.a

XI Xth

dynast)'.

Length,

in.

[No. 40842.]

w^^ H

2284. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type XIXthd)-nasty. Length, -^^ in.

A

3-4, inscribed as

2283.

1*/*
i*'>^^-^•'

[No. 38724.]

\^

230

CATALOCUK OF SCARAHS, CVLIXI IKR-SKAI.S,
2285. Glazed
stotitite
^

KTC.

[2285-2298

Scarab, faded U< white, nf t\|ic

A

5,

inscribed as

2283.

Xl.Xth
4274.S.]

d)-nasty.

Length,

in.

[Xc

dynasty.

2286. Light bkie composition Scarab, of t>pc Length, ^^ in. 2287. Light blue glazed
steatite

A

5-7,

inscribed

as

2283.

XLXth

[Xo. 42449.]

Scarab, of t>-pe

A

4,

inscribed as

2283.

XlXth

dynast}-.

Length,

-^-'fr

in.

[Xo. 41972.]

2288. Glazed
at sides.

steatite .Scarab, faded to white, of t\-pe

A

5,

inscribed as

2283.

XlXth

d_\-nast\-.

Length, J

in.

Chi]jped [Xo. 38563.]

2289. Glazed
d\-nast\-.

steatite .Scarab, faded to white, of
-/^ in.

type

.A.

5,

inscribed as before.

XlXth

Length,

[Xo. 39826.]
Scarab,
in.

2290. Glazed

steatite

faded to

brown,

of t}'pc

A

5-7,

inscribed as before.

XlXth

dynast)-.

Length, f^

[No. 38739.]

2291. Pale blue-green faience Scarab, of type

A

5.

On

the base

is

prenomen of Seti
dynasty.

II,
in.

UsER-KfiETER-R.A

Setep-[en]-Ra.

Chipped

inscribed part of the XlXth at side.

Length, -^

[Xo. 42370.]

2292. Light blue glazed steatite Scarab, of t_\-pe A 7, inscribed with the in. prenomen of Seti II. Chipped on one side. XlXth d\-nast}-. Length,
.',

q"!®..
I

S"'"^

[X"o. 32430.]

^
-5*1-'^,

the

2293. Green glazed prenomen of Seti II,

.steatite

Scarab, of type

A

4.

On

as

2292.

XlXth

dynast)-.

Length,

the base is inscribed in. Petrie //«/.
,'.

:

,'-•''*!

j

Sc\tm/>s, 1626.

.

[No. 4116.J

W~£),/'

of Seti

2294. Glazed steatite .Scarab, faded to white, of t)-pe A 5, inscribed with the prenomen XlXth dynasty. Length, ,'1^ in. Lohic £ssirj', cxxxW. II, as 2292.
:

[No. 24205.]

2295. Glazed
inscribed d)-nasty.
"

steatite

.Scarab,

parti)IIj,

U.SER-K1IE['ER-R.\ Length, § in.

(Seti

faded to brown, of type A 4, beloved of Amen." XlXth
'

^"fiQ
"
f|

t^
'"

I

w

[X''o.

32400.]
„-j!
'~
I

H

T=^
^^

inscribed "

2296. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t)-pe A 5, User-KI1EPER-Ra, Chosen of Ra, Given b)- Amen-Ra."
Length,
}.

©

U
^0
^:

'—-'
^

X

I

Xth dynasty.

in.

Loftie

:

Bssn/, cxxxiU.

[Xo. 24204.]

^«rfc ~^!^y ^^?^S-^
"

KIIErER-R.\ (Seti

2297. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of t)-|)e A 3, with long base, inscribed II), Lord of Thebes, Lord of the Two Lands." q
inscription
is

UsEK-

The

corrupt,

tlu-

]

being confused with T, and the name
.

i]
]

of Apet (Thebes) with that of the Uaset Xoir.e (the Thebaid). Well XI Xth dynasty. Length, | in. cut. [X'^o. 26621.]

I
,^j

"i

1

^ =
^^—
4S \J)

W

2298. Light green faience Scarab, of t\-pe A 5, inscribed with the prenomen of Seti II (User-kiiei'ER-R.\-Setep-[en-R.\]), between a winged sun and the ned-sign, with the figure of the goddess Maat.

"^^^fi^^^^
.

-^^
^lT*

.^iiS^

|

XLXth

dvnastv.

Length,

J

in.

1^^
-—_^

[No. 37865.]

^s-^ '^~

Q

2299 2307]

RAMESES
steatite
is

III.

2299. Glazed

.Scarab,

faded
corrupt

to

brown, of t>pe

A

3,

rouyliK-

cut,

inscribed

o

'kJ

^

whicli

proliabl}-

a

form of the

name and prcnomen

of " [U.sek]-RI1K1'i:r-Ra

Skt[i]

(IIj,

Lord of the [Two] Lands."

XLXth

Length,

ii

in.

dynasty. [Xo. 16994.]

2300. Glazed

steatite .Scarab, faded to white, of t\-pe

A

4-G
G

4,
J)

inscribed with

a combination of the prenomen.s of
d\-nasty.

Rameses

II

and

.Skti II,

4

XlXth
III

^i'l''^;

Length,

I

in.

[No. 42634.]

o
2301. Bhie glazed steatite Scarab, of t\-pe D 3, inscribed with the name of Setxekht Meri-Amex-Ra. XXth dynasty. Length, j-g- in. [Xo. 42-74.]

e/1

o
2302. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to yellow, of type D 2, inscribed with the prenomen of Setxerht, U.ser-kh.vR.a Meri-Amen SetepEN-Ra. XlXth dynasty. Length, | m.
[No. 38576.]

Q^3:
o
1^^^

-c

::f

X

'.» rr

I

2303. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type L 2, inscribed with another form of the prenomen of Setxerut, User-kh.\u-R.\ Meri-ma.at Setep-en-R.\. Chipped back. XXth d\^nast\-. Length, f in.
[No. 42872.]

r ^=^
Sill

O

2304. Glazed
of

steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t}-pe

D

3,

inscribed with the
{-}-

prenomen

Setxerht,

as

2303.

Chipped back.

XXth

cl}-nast\-.

Length,

in.

[Xo. 42873.]

2305. Glazed
base of which
a
is

steatite

Scarab,

faded
(jf

to white, of type

A

3,

on the

'

1

cut a seated figure

a king holding the crook, [,
is

above

I
O

lion, couchant,

J&s.

By

the side of the king

a cartouche containing the

prenomen of SETXERHT, UsER-KlK\-R.\ SETEr-[EX]-R.V.

Rough work.
[Xo. 38580.]

XXth

d\iiasty.

Length,

\\; in.

2306. Faience Scarab, faded to white, of type L i, with long base, on which are inscribed the joint prenomens of SETXERHT and Ramese.s III, User-KHAU-Ra and User-maat-R.\, Meri-Amen Setep-[ex]-R.^. XXth dynasty. Length, f in.
[Xo. 17134-]

G
|

P^
II
I

1=^

Q

2307. Coarse blue faience Plaque, inscribed on one side with the name of Rameses and on the other with his prenomen. Both are accompanied by the ideograph of
"

III,

many

Q

years

"

touches, which

on each side of the carread " Lord of the Two

^
^

Lands,

User-ma.\t-Ra

Meri-Amex,"

of Coronations, RAME.SE.S (Prince of Heliopolis)." .XXth

"Lord

Heq-An

f^

Length, |

in.

dynasty. [Xo. 40896.]

CATALOGUK OF

SCAKAliS, CVLINDF.K-SFALS, KTC.

[2308 2318

2308. Blue glazed steatite Cartouche- Plaque, inscribed on the obverse with the |irciioincn, and on the reverse with tlie name of l\AMi:si-;s III. I list. Searabs, 1653. Petric XXtli dynasty. LeuLjth, |^in.
:

[No. 41

!0.]

Lisjht green faience Plaque, of coarse style, inscribed w ith the of RameSES (III), " Prifice of Heliopolis." (Cast in a mould, under-side flat.) XXth d)-nasty. Length, i in.

2309.

name

[No. 4^999-]

I

2310. Light

green

faience

Ramk.sks

III, as

2309.
green

XXth
faience

Plaque, of coarse stjde, dynasty. Length, i in. '

inscribed

with

the

name

of

[No. 43000.]
inscribed

2311. Light

Ramfses

III, as

2309.

XXth

Plaque, of coarse style, dynasty. Length, i yL in.

with

the name of [No. 43001.]

2312. Dark blue faience rectangular Plaque, inscribed Doth Rami;sfs on both sitles with the name of " Ramfsfs (III), Prince XXth dynast}-. Length, -{-i in. Petrie of Heliopolis."
:

S

^
!

Hist. Scarabs, 1657.

Lane

Collection, 184J.

ffl

ni

[No. 41

12.]

i^^'

O
name
2313. Green glazed steatite Scarab, discoloured, of t\-pe D of Rameses III. Chipped. XXth d\-nast)-. Length, -jMn.
2,

inscribed with the

</[(]]
,,

[No. 46331.]

the

name

2314. Light bhie faience Scarab, of type L i, cast, and stamped with XXth dj-nasty. Length, 5^ in. of Rameses II. [No. 28227.]

\
III.

XXth

2315. Green jasper Scarab, Length, § in. dj'nasty.

(jf ts-jie

A 6, inscribed

w

ith

the

name of Ramfsfs

[No. 28613.]

2316. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white^ of t\-]je L Length, ^ in. with the name of Rameses III. XXth d)'nast)'.

i,

inscrilied

[No. 24209.]

1

inscribed

2317. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t\-pe L I, rough!}with the name of Ramfsfs III, " Ramsesu {sic) Prince of
(

9,

|*,

1

¥1 llht
I

Heliopolis."

I is

given form).

XXth

d)'nast\-.

Length,

J in.

Loftie

:

f

I

Essay, cxxxxii.

[No. 2420S.]
4, inscribed w-ith the

of Ra.MESFS Essay, cxv

2318. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t\'pe A III, above the ncb-<\<g\\. XXth dynast}-.

name

»^

m

Length, ^^
'

in.

Loftie:

^|j]|

[No. 24186.]

-^

2319-2327]

RAMESES

III.

233

2319. Glazed steatite Scarab, of t\pc

Rameses (III ?), beloved of Amen-Ra, one side. XXth d\'nast\' (?). Length, ^
"

3, faded to iv'ory white, inscribed treading down all lands." Chipped on in. Loftie Essay, c.x.x.xvi. [No. 24207.]
:

A

,v»r-'"'^'

^—

.

^^V

".

I

ij>_'!»j('

2320. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to v. hite, of t}pe 7. the base is cut a figure of a king, holding the crook, standing between the two cartouches of R.JiMESE.s III. XXth dynast)-.

A

On

Length,

W

in.

[Xo. 32322.]

2321. Glazed steatite Scaraboid, faded to brown, with a figure of a hippopotamus, l\ing on its side, cut in high relief on the back. On the base is cut a figure of a king standing before a cartouche
containing the prenomen of Rameses III. off. XXth dynasty. Length, \ in. Petrie (back not given).
:

Upper part chipped Hist. San-abs, 1648
[No. 171
36.]

the
1 1

2322. Blue faience cartouche Plaque, roughly cast, and stamped on one prenomen of Rameses III. From Tell cl-Yahudi}a. XXth d_\nast\-.
in.

3

...

side

\\

ith

Length,
1

1

^^^^^

81 37.]

2323. Light blue faience Cartouche-Plaque, cast, and stamped on one side with the prenomen of R.-VMESES III. From Tell el-Yahudi\-a. XXth d\-nasty. Length, -J^ in. Petrie: Hist. Scarabs, 1643. [Xo. 17132-]

O
2324. Light blue faience thin rectangular Plaque, of ver\' coanse ware and glaze, stamped with the prenomen of Rameses III. Chipped at lower corners. From
Tell el-Yahudiya.
-j*

j

XXth

d}-nasty.

Length, if

in.; width,

i

i

in.

[No. 18082.]

r"^
\\

2325. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of tj-jie G i, ver}- flat, inscribed with the prenomen of RAMESES III, as before. XlXth dynast}-. Length, f in. [No. 38737.]

2326. Blue paste Scarab, of

XXth
PL

d)-nast_\-.

Length,

^

in.

t\-pe L 2, inscribed as before. Head broken off Petrie: Hist. Scarabs, 1642. Newberry: Scarabs,

xx.xvi, 20.

[No.

1

7 123.]

2327. Light blue glazed steatite '" Scarab, faded to white, of tvpe L 2, inscribed ' " with the throne name of RAMESES III, with other illegible si ns. XXth dvnastv. Length, 4 in [No. 39406.]
'

"^

£

\^
O

2

G

1

:

234

CATALOGUE OF SCARABS, CVL.INDER-SEALS,

ETC.

[2328-2337

the

2328. Hlue faience Scarab, of type L i, cast in a mould, stamped with prenomen of Ramf:ses III, UsER-MA.\T-R.\ Meri-Amex. Thick glaze. XXth d)-nasty. Length, -^ in.
[No. 27277.]
..

O
"j"
,f;
I

^?

1""^

H
of

2329. Green glazed

steatite

Rameses

III.

Slightly chipped.

Scarab, of type A 3, inscribed XXth dynasty. Length, -j^L in.

with

the

prenomen

[No. 46456.]

2330. Green glazed steatite Scarab, of t>'pe A 3, roughly cut. On the broad base is cut a figure of a solar deit}', with the prenomen of Rameses III. XlXtli dynasty. Length, | in. [No. 3061 1.)

2331. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to

gre\',

of type

A

3-4, inscribed

|

^

n

o

>

LsER|:

MA.at-Ra (R.AMESES

III

?),

with part of the

name of Amen-Ra.

XXth dynast}-.
roughly

Length, in. [No. 46090.]

2332. Glazed
base is part d\-nasty, or later.

steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t>-pe of the prenomen of R.\meses III, or a later

A

3,

cut.

king.

Chip]jed.

On the XXth

O
.
|

Length,

-/^ in.

[Xo. 46457.]
inscribed with Length, f^ in. [No. 48841.]

a corrupt form of the

2333. IMue glazed steatite Scarab, faded to brown, of type A prenomen of RAMESES III. XXth dvnastw

3,

'^^^
is

2334. Blue faience Scarab, of
in.scribed

t\'pe

A

4,

with

flat

back and long base, on which

G jO^T)
-j

,

a

play

on

the

prenomen

of

Rameses

III

(?).

XXth

dynasty.

Length,

in.

[No. 28267.]

2335. Glazed
at
sides.

On

elongated.
the gods

steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type 3-4, chipped the base are cut two scenes, divided b)' the sign In the upper scene Rameses III is represented being led by
1

A

.

Ra and Amen

:

behind the

latter are the signs
:

|

f

|

"
.

Divine

Prince of Heliopolis," referring to the king above is the winged solar disk. In the lower scene is a royal sphin.x, wearing the ^r^^-crown, trampling

upon the prostrate
"

figure of an

enemy

;

aboNC

his
il,

back are the signs

]

T,

Good God."
is

On

one side

is

the royal scimitar,
dvnast\-.

on the other the club,
1.',

|

below

the sign ^3:7.

XXth

Length,

in.

[No. 38788.]

2336. Glazed
side.

On

prenomen
Length, J^

steatite Scarab, faded to white, of t\pe 3-4, chipped on one the base is cut a figure of the god Amen-Ra, standing before the of Rameses III, User-ma.\t-R.\ Meri-Amex. XXth dynast}-.
in

A

[No. 39066.]

2337. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to gre}--green, of t}-pe Chipped. On the base 3. cut a figure of the god Ptah, seated on a throne before a cartouche containing the [jrenomen of Rameses III, User-MA.AT-R.\ Meri-Amen. Above is the fl}ing vulture, "emblem of the ' " goddess Mut or Nekhebit. XXth d\-nasty. Length, in. [No. 39070.]
is
;,'

A

2338-2346]

RAMESES

III

AND

I\-.

235

2338. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to grey, of type 3, inscribed with part of the prenomen of Rameses III (?), between two w/cw/'-feathers, beneath the " Ptali XXth d)nast.\-. Length, i in. Cf. 1254-1258 and 2191-2192. border."
[No. 48773-]

A

type 5, inscribed with the prenomen a cartouche, before a disked cynocephahis, holding a wcrrrZ-feather, beneath an uncertain object (winged sun ?). Worn. XXth dynast)-. Length, J in. [No. 48713.]
of

2339. Glazed

steatite Scarab, faded to white, of

A

Rameses

III, in

2340. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to grey, of t\'pe A 3. On the base is cut the prenomen of Rameses III, User-MAAT-[Ra] Meri-Amen, in a cartouche surrounded by four uraei and surmounted by the plumes of Maat. XXth d)-nast}Length, tV in[No. 3873 5.J
2341. Glazed steatite Scarab, faded to white, of type A 4, roughh- cut, inscribed with the prenomen of Rameses III, in a cartouche, which is surmounted by plumes, and from which spring two uraei, one wearing the White Cr