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Egyptian Scarab Beetle - JoniMax.Com
​Egyptian Scarab Beetle

Egyptian Scarab Beetle - A Scarab Beetle is one of several species of the dung beetle - most notably the Scarabaeus sacer (hence the name of scarab or scarab beetle). The scarab is a type of beetle noted for rolling dung into spherical balls. The scarab beetle was sacred to the ancient Egyptians as it seemed to emerge from nowhere. The apparent 'self-creation' of the scarab beetle resembled that of the Egyptian God Khepri / Khepera / Khephri an alternative name for the Sun God Ra or Atum, who created himself out of nothing. The scarab beetle therefore served as a symbol of regeneration and creation conveying ideas of transformation, renewal, and resurrection.

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Egyptian Scarab Beetle - A Scarab Beetle is one of several species of the dung beetle - most notably the Scarabaeus sacer (hence the name of scarab or scarab beetle). The scarab is a type of beetle noted for rolling dung into spherical balls. The scarab beetle was sacred to the ancient Egyptians as it seemed to emerge from nowhere. The apparent 'self-creation' of the scarab beetle resembled that of the Egyptian God Khepri / Khepera / Khephri an alternative name for the Sun God Ra or Atum, who created himself out of nothing. The scarab beetle therefore served as a symbol of regeneration and creation conveying ideas of transformation, renewal, and resurrection.

28"x 28" mixed media