This beautiful bug comes from the scarab family (like the Rhinoceros beetle, which is also available from Mercurious designs). They were worn as amulets in early Roman times and are named not only for the appearance of their horns, but also because they use their mandibles to wrestle each other in a similar fashion to their larger namesakes.
The Ankh is one of the most common of the ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs and represents "life", or immortality. The exact origins of the glyph are uncertain, possibly derived form sexual...
The Condor is almost a mythical creature...he really is the King of the Birds, with a massive wingspan of three and a half meters, who flies higher than all others,...
Eye of Horus Ring
Horus is the ancient Egyptian God, the son of Isis and Osiris, usually represented as a falcon-headed man. He has many and varied attributes including being the symbol of the...