scarab

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A type of beetle belonging to the family Scarabaeidae, especially the species Scarabaeus sacer, sacred to the ancient Egyptians
A symbol, seal, amulet, or gem fashioned to resemble the sacred beetle
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scarabaeid beetle considered divine by ancient Egyptians
{i} any large hard-shelled beetle from the Scarabaeus family; artistic representation of a beetle (esp. in ancient Egyptian artwork)
Another name for the dung beetle The beetle rolls a ball of dung across the ground, and lays its eggs inside Eventually the eggs hatch, and young beetles emerge The ancient Egyptians considered the scarab lucky, and some believed that a scarab moved the sun across the sky
an amulet or stamp-seal carved to resemble the dung beetle of the same name, associated with regeneration; a so-called heart scarab amulet, with a hieroglyphic inscription on its underside, was placed within a mummy's bandages to ensure resurrection in the afterlife
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A representation of the ancient Egyptian Scaraboeus beetle, carved in either glazed pottery or in gemstones such as amethyst, carnelian, and lapis lazuli Scarabs were customarily in swiveled mountings so that the intaglio carved on the reverse side could be viewed
Any one of numerous species of lamellicorn beetles of the genus Scarabæus, or family Scarabæidæ, especially the sacred, or Egyptian, species Scarabæus sacer, and S
A gem that is carved into the shape of a dung beetle These were popular in ancient Egypt, and many were made from lapis lazuli
the dung beetle; an ancient Egyptian symbol for rebirth
An Egyptian dung-bettle, symbol of rebirth
Same as Scarabæus
a type of large black beetle (scarabaeus). In Egyptian religion, a symbol of immortality much used in funerary art. It was inspired by the life cycle of the scarab beetle; the dung balls that the beetles consume, lay their eggs in, and use to feed their young represented a cycle of rebirth and were associated with immortality and with the passage of the sun across the heavens. Many scarabs were made of precious metals and were worn as amulets or used as seals. First appearing 2575- 2130 BC, they were fashioned in great numbers during the Middle Kingdom and New Kingdom
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This symbol related to death and rebirth and also represents Atum (also known as the sun God Ra) as pushing the Sun around the heavens until it is reborn at dawn, only to die each night where he/she fights with the underworld to emerge victorious to begin a new day To dream of a beetle could signify new beginnings
scarab beetle
Any of very many beetles, of the family Scarabaeidae, especially Scarabaeus sacer regarded as sacred by the ancient Egyptians
scarab beetle
Any of about 30,000 beetle species (family Scarabaeidae), found worldwide, that are compact, heavy-bodied, and oval. Each antenna terminates in three flattened plates that fit together to form a club. The outer edges of the front legs may be toothed or scalloped. Species range from about 0.2 to 4.8 in. (5 to 120 mm) long and include one of the heaviest known insects. One species of dung beetle, Scarabaeus sacer, was sacred to the ancient Egyptians. Many species are agricultural pests (e.g., chafer, Japanese beetle, June beetle); many are popular with insect collectors because they are large and have beautifully coloured, hard, highly polished forewings
scarabs
plural of scarab
scarab