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Item:323631093787ANCIENT EGYPT ANTIQUES FAIENCE WINGED SCARAB AMULET, LATE PERIOD (664–332 BC) Information About This Item:Height: 3.cm / 1.18.inchWidth: 6.cm / 2.36.inchWeight: 9.gram /0.4.ozColor: As You Can See in Picture Condition: Items in Original Condition- Perfect Condition Material: faience stone in Luxor Egypt.Shipping: DHL Fast Shipping 4-12 DAYS with Tracking NumberReady to Ship Your Orders Within 1-2 Business Days After the PaymentEgyptian Winged Scarab AmuletAn Amulet Is a Small Object That a Person Wears, Carries, or Offers to a Deity Because He or She Believes That It Will Magically Bestow a Particular Power or Form of Protection. the Conviction That a Symbol, Form, or Concept Provides Protection, Promotes Well-Being, or Brings Good Luck Is Common to All Societies: in Our Own, We Commonly Wear Religious Symbols or Carry a Favorite Penny or a Rabbit’s Foot. in Ancient Egypt, Amulets Might Be Carried, Used in Necklaces, Bracelets, or Rings, And—especially—placed Among a Mummy’s Bandages to Ensure the Deceased a Safe, Healthy, and Productive Afterlife. Egyptian Amulets Functioned in a Number of Ways. Symbols and Deities Generally Conferred the Powers They Represent. Small Models That Represent Known Objects, Such as Headrests or Arms and Legs, Served to Make Sure Those Items Were Available to the Individual or That a Specific Need Could Be Addressed. Magic Contained in an Amulet Could Be Understood Not Only from Its Shape. Material, Color, Scarcity, the Grouping of Several Forms, and Words Said or Ingredients Rubbed Over the Amulet Could All Be the Source for Magic Granting the Possessor’s Wish. Small Representations of Animals Seem to Have Functioned as Amulets Already in the Predynastic Period (Ca. 4400–3100 B.C.). in the Old Kingdom (Ca. 2649–2130 B.C.), Most Amulets Took an Animal Form or Were Symbols (Often Based on Hieroglyphs), Although Generalized Human Forms Occurred. Amulets Depicting Recognizable Deities Begin to Appear in the Middle Kingdom (Ca. 2030–1650 B.C.), and the New Kingdom (Ca. 1550–1070 B.C.) Showed a Further Increase in the Range of Amulet Forms. with the Third Intermediate Period (Ca. 1070–664 B.C.), There Was an Explosion in the Quantity of Amulets, and Many New Types, Especially Deities, Appeared.Note: Dear Buyer / This Is Very Distinctive. A Piece of Carved FAIENCE Stone in the Desert of the Egyptian City of Luxor Since 1942 Is a Very Unique Pieces, as I Collect the Old Pieces Very Distinctive Welcome Any Questions About This Item at Any Time I Wish Good Luck to All.I Guarantee That the Item Will Be Shipped in a Legal Manner According to Your Country's Rules and Policies and That I Will Take Care That Any Necessary Permits Will Be ArrangedItems in Original Condition100% faience in Luxor Egypt IF YOU ARE A HOBBYIST WHO HAS ACQUIRED EVERYTHING THAT IS RARE AND OLD AND VERY VALUABLE, YOU CAN FOLLOW UP ON MY POSSESSIONS Thank You for Looking and the Best of LuckCondition:100%FAIENCE stone in Luxor Egypt,, Provenance:Luxor Egypt, Material:Stone
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RARE EGYPTIAN ANTIQUE FAIENCE Winged SCARAB AMULET, Late Period 664–332 BC