Blue, yellow and black glazed composition pectoral decorated with a partial open-work representation of Khepri as a winged scarab wearing the sun-disc with uraei; two eyes at the bottom; pierced longitudinally.
Green porphyry heart-scarab; clypeus marked; elytra marked with triple suture; eight rows of Hieroglyphic text on base.
Blue glazed composition funerary scarab: the separately inlaid scarab has the clypeus and elytra marked; the wing and base section is pierced in eleven places around the edge.
Relief panel showing two baboons offering the wedjat eye to the sun god Khepri, who holds the Underworld sign | Late Period–Ptolemaic Period | The Met
Green serpentine heart-scarab; striated elytra; eleven rows of Hieroglyphic text on base including name of Wahibramerneith.