Scarab made of glass, described by Charles Gatty as "imitation lapis lazuli". Unisinscribed base. Upper left quarter missing. Chipped in places and with running cracks, pitted, and surface dirt. Two loose fragments. Said to be found within the coffin of Ditamunpaseneb (18.104.22.168). A mummified body was removed from the coffins of Ditamunpaseneb, daughter of Yufa, on 30th March 1903 and unwrapped before an audience at the Liverpool Free Public Museums (now World Museum) by museum director Henry Ogg Forbes. According to the Museum Annual Report for 1903 Henry Ogg Forbes, gave a lecture and unwrapped a mummy: “At the lecture of the 30th, the mummy of a lady named Auf-aa of the XXVI. Dynasty (660-590BC) was unwrapped before the audience to illustrate his lecture on ‘The Mummy’. The face was found in a remarkable state of preservation, the hands crossed upon the breast, but the flesh had apparently been removed from the limbs before enswathement of the body. The beautifully manufactured cloth in which it was wrapped, however, had been used for another mummy at a much earlier date.