The club building, designed by architect Lancelot Sukert and completed in 1928, was situated close to the Detroit Institute of Arts (DIA), as many Scarabs
were affiliated with it as well.
Bruce Gill kindly assisted with identification of the scarabs
, based on photographs of live specimens.
The following is a list of localities and the scarabs
It is believed that the ability to both see and reflect CP light probably evolved to allow jewel scarabs
to communicate with each other while staying hidden from predators, but Brady and Cummings are planning more research to see exactly how these beetles use this very rare way of seeing and being seen.
in this context are amulets in the shape of a dung beetle by the same name.
At the Karnak temple, the moms ferried 10 sheep and goats across the Nile, then Ruiz had to search for a carved scarab
in a simulated archaeological dig.
Today, you can still buy scarabs
on cuff-links, brooches, pins and rings.
Certainly, those scarabs
he identifies as the Omega- and Jasper groups ([sections]54-58) were locally made, amply shown by their engraving techniques and the subject matter of their designs, at least partially drawn from the repertoire of west Asiatic cylinder seals.
were crafted from all types of material to commemorate social highlights from weddings to successful hunting trips, their significance in ancient Egypt was profound.
In the first, sections are included for stone vessels, ceramics, scarabs
, beads, ostrich eggshells, and statuettes, among other categories, with related Minoan works included in sub-chapters.
Omid, who brings his multi-cultural slant on life to the Comedy Store this weekend, played the sneaky treasure hunter who gets, er, bugged, by blood-sucking scarabs
Six sites are discussed in detail and placed in their greater context of the era and geographic location; specialist chapter topics include reports on the Roman and Late Roman fine wares, the stamped amphora handles, coins, Late Ottoman pipes, scarabs
and scaraboids, and shells.