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Scarabaeus sacer is the most famous of the scarab beetles.
To the Ancient Egyptians, S. sacer was a symbol of Khepri, the early morning manifestation of the sun god Ra, from an analogy between the beetle's behaviour of rolling a ball of dung across the ground and Khepri's task of rolling the sun across the sky.
They accordingly held the species to be sacred.
The legs are held together by eyelets built into the design.
The wings are attached to the beetle using a few hand stitches. Use a jewelry clasp to secure the back.
|6"x10" Product Specs|
|Finish Size: Each Wing||4.78" x 9.33"|
|Stitch Count: Each Wing||70529|
|5"x7" Product Specs|
|Finish Size: Beetle||3.92" x 6.71"|
|Stitch Count: Beetle||33187|