A: Scene enclosed by an Ouroboros, with head at top, to right. At the top: a cock-headed Anguipes in armour and mantle, head to right, right hand raised high and holding a whip, left hand holding a round shield. Below, a scarab with outstretched wings, both wings topped by a uraeus. Below, a lion walking to left, trampling a body lying on the ground and approaching a female figure standing to right in a long robe, hand raised to mouth. Below the lying figure, a crocodile, head to left. Inscribed on the two sides of the scarab: ιαω → Ἰάω. Inscription outside the Ouroboros, partly illegible → Ἰαεω-palindrome, Ἀβρασάξ.
B: The lion-headed Chnoubis-snake upright, without coils, nimbate head surrounded with six rays. Beside Chnoubis, on the left, a uterus in the shape of a cupping vesel, with a key. To the right of Chnoubis, a further key (bottom) and a Chnoubis-sign (top). Inscription around: χνουβισπαυσονπονοντουστομαχουαβρασαξ → Χνουβίς, παῦσον πόνον τοῦ στομάχου, Ἀβρασάξ. 'Chnoubis, stop the pain of the stomach, Abrasax.'
Michel 2001 on CBd-1752
Dasen–Nagy 2012, 300, fig. 6 (both the gynecological and digestive use is marked on the gem)