A Scarab encircled in an Ankh.
The Ankh was the Ancient Egyptian symbol of life. The Scarab was one of the forms their Sun God could take. The Scarab Beetle was often seen rolling a ball of dung across the desert floor(to be used as food for it's young). To the Egyptians, this suggested a metaphor for the movements of the sun across the sky, so that the scarab was synonymous with Ra, the Sun God. A Scarab could be shown simply as a winged disc. Together, the Scarab and the Ankh could mean: to live beneath the Sun. In other words, to be a human being.
1 1/2" tall. 3/4" wide. 33" long cord.