AN EGYPTIAN FAIENCE LOTUS VESSEL
AN EGYPTIAN FAIENCE LOTUS VESSEL New Kingdom, Dynasty XVIII, 1550-1307 B.C. Blue in color, the piriform bottle with off-set disk rim, the details in black glaze, with joined triangles on the neck, alternating opened lotus flowers and buds on the body 6¼ in. (15.9 cm.) high
Egyptian Scarab Beetle - Representing the God Khepri - Heart Scarab
The Egyptian scarab beetle - a symbol of rebirth. Scarab dung beetles roll their dung, symbolising the sun travelling through the heavens. Scarab beetles were associated with the god Khepri. Heart scarabs used for protection during Weighing of the Heart ceremony.
Sesen (The Lotus) A Symbol of The Sun, Creation, Purity and Rebirth A Lotus Flower. the radiant yellow center of the Egyptian blue lotus (nymphaea cerulae) resembles the Sun emanating from the primeval waters as told in the myth of creation. At night the flower closes and sinks underwater, at dawn it rises and opens again.