Smaller, turquoise faience amulet, in the form of a dung beetle, scarab.
It is oval, with hard wings indicated by a T indent on the upper side, as well as the stylized head. Other features, such as other wings that are usually present in the profile, are not indicated on this specimen. On the bottom side, there are hieroglyphs, identical to the ones on scarab MSO AA-1432. On the middle of the body, from head to bottom, there is a perforation for the amulet string.
Turquoise faience amulet in the form of scarab Museum of Slavonia, Osijek inv. no. MSO-AA-1433 unknown site New Kingdom (1539-1069 B.C.) faience 1.8 x 1.3 x 0.9
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