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Blue Hand-Carved Egyptian Alabaster Scarab Beetle Engraved with Amulets (3 H, 2.5 W inch)

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Scarab Beetle Handmade of White Alabaster with Egyptian Amulet Ornaments (3.5 H, 2.5 W, 1 L inch)

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Blue Hand-Carved Egyptian Alabaster Scarab Beetle Engraved with Amulets (3 H, 2.5 W inch)

  • Purchase now this sacred ancient Egyptian scarab beetle antique, designed and handmade by talented Egyptian artists.
  • It is 100% handmade from authentic Egyptian alabaster, one of the Pharaoh’s most beloved material.
  • Unique collectable antique, perfect for lovers of ancient Egyptian mythology. A great addition to altars or as a one of a kind decor statement piece!
  • Decorate your home with an ancient symbol of immortality, resurrection, transformation and protection just as the ancient Egyptians would have.
  • It is engraved with carefully-carved hieroglyphics on the bottom that have protective properties.
  • Scarab beetles were popular amulets and impressions seal in ancient Egypt.
  • Dimensions: 8.5 H, 6.5 W cm (3 H, 2.5 W inch)
Availability: In stock

This gorgeous blue scarab beetle sculpture is 100% handmade from natural Egyptian alabaster. Alabaster was a highly-used material in Pharaonic times—used to make everything from small vessels to sculptures and tombs. Alabaster was used for a variety of different items, from small vessels to carry perfumes, to burial items, to sculptures and tombs. It was a highly-versatile material due to its soft and easily malleable texture as well as its natural white color with natural colored veins.

The scarab beetle was one of the most significant religious symbols in ancient Egypt, associated with the mighty sun god, Ra.

The Egyptians viewed the scarab as a symbol of renewal and rebirth. The beetle was associated closely with the sun god because it rolls large balls of dung to lay their eggs, a behavior that the Egyptians thought resembled the progression of the sun through the sky from east to west.

Its young were hatched from this dung ball. This was seen as an act of spontaneous self-creation, giving the beetle an even stronger link with the Ra’s creative force. The connection between the beetle and the sun was so strong that the sun god was thought to be reborn in the form of a winged scarab beetle every morning when the sun rises. As this young sun god, Khepri, rose in the sky, he brought light and life to the land.

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