Robert Deutsch, Messages From the Past (Tel Aviv: Archaeological Center Publications, 1999), p. 51. It is important to mention the cubic bronze weight in the British Museum (WA119433) on which a two-winged scarab is portrayed and is thought to be the royal symbol of the Kings of Judah. Curtis and Reade, Art and Empire, p. 195. Yigal Yadin already suggested in 1965 that the symbol of the four-winged beetle served as the royal insignia of the Judean monarchy: “A Note on the Nimrud Bronze Bowls,” Eretz-Israel, 8:6 and n. 1 and 2. He passed away before the information about the two-winged beetles appeared.