A intricate ancient Egyptian white steatite scarab bearing the royal cartouche of Thutmosis III and a seated male figure. The syllabic hieroglyphs of the cartouche read as Men-Kheper- Re, the throne name of Thutmosis III. The seated figure is identified as male and wears a uraeus on his forehead. The scarab is pierced at each end to allow for suspension.
Date: Circa 1550 – 1292 BC
Period: New Kingdom, 18th Dynasty