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14 Karat Gold Scarab Beetle Pendant Necklace

500.00
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14 Karat Gold Scarab Beetle Pendant Necklace

500.00

Beautiful Egyptian revival scarab beetle charm in solid 14K yellow gold, cast from an Art Deco era original. Ancient Egyptian symbols or scene on back. 3/4" long on an 18" 14K gold slinky box chain.

Over the history and religious beliefs surrounding the Scarab Symbol which was one of the most important religious Egyptian Symbols in the mythology of ancient Egypt. The scarab beetle was also called the dung beetle because of its practice of rolling a ball of dung across the ground which it then used as a food source. The Scarab beetle symbolized the sun because the ancient Egyptians saw a likeness between the scarab beetle rolling the dung and the sun god rolling the sun, making it shine on Earth. In ancient Egyptian religion the scarab was also a symbol of immortality, resurrection, transformation and protection much used in funerary art. The life of the scarab beetle revolved around the dung balls that the beetles consumed, laid their eggs in, and fed their young represented a cycle of rebirth. When the eggs hatched the scarab beetle would seem to appear from nowhere, making it a symbol of spontaneous creation, resurrection, and transformation. In ancient Egypt, a scarab amulet provided the wearer with protection and confidence in the certain knowledge of reincarnation.

All items arrive in a black with gold foil gift box.

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Beautiful Egyptian revival scarab beetle charm in solid 14K yellow gold, cast from an Art Deco era original. Ancient Egyptian symbols or scene on back. 3/4" long on an 18" 14K gold slinky box chain.

Over the history and religious beliefs surrounding the Scarab Symbol which was one of the most important religious Egyptian Symbols in the mythology of ancient Egypt. The scarab beetle was also called the dung beetle because of its practice of rolling a ball of dung across the ground which it then used as a food source. The Scarab beetle symbolized the sun because the ancient Egyptians saw a likeness between the scarab beetle rolling the dung and the sun god rolling the sun, making it shine on Earth. In ancient Egyptian religion the scarab was also a symbol of immortality, resurrection, transformation and protection much used in funerary art. The life of the scarab beetle revolved around the dung balls that the beetles consumed, laid their eggs in, and fed their young represented a cycle of rebirth. When the eggs hatched the scarab beetle would seem to appear from nowhere, making it a symbol of spontaneous creation, resurrection, and transformation. In ancient Egypt, a scarab amulet provided the wearer with protection and confidence in the certain knowledge of reincarnation.

All items arrive in a black with gold foil gift box.