C. Bonner, Amulets Chiefly in the British Museum, Hesperia 20, 1951, 301-345
, 301-345, no. 40.
Obv. Compound figure standing to front. The head, which is that of a jackal, is turned to l.; the body is that of a scarabaeus. Two wings project from the shoulders and two from the waist, and a bird tail slants downward at r. Four arms, the upper pair holding tall scepters, the lower, attached at the hips, hold a dagger and a flail. The legs seem to be human. Under the feet, ouroboros making a cartouche which encloses the word ΙΑW.
Haematite. Upright oval, 17 x 12. Compare the beetle bodied figure in SMA
, Pl. 3, 66 /CBd-1313/
(rev.) , and pp. 159
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