I had a feeling _Scarabs, Scaraboids, Seals and Seal Impressions from Medinet Habu_, (Oriental Institute Publications) would be good for a few Set sightings. The thick book arrived today and it did not disappoint. There are eight samples of scarabs with the name of the Pharoah Setnakht. That's only a fraction of the fifty nine featuring his name which they found at Medinet Habu:
The obverse is inscribed 'Setnakht MeryAmun' (Set is powerful, Beloved of Amun)
A correspondent shared with me a scarab in his private collection:
This scarab is very similar to the one above it. How did the antiquities dealer (or the Egyptologist he consulted), come to the conclusion it was from Middle Kingdom, while the one found at Medinet Habu has been dated to 19th to 21th New Kingdom dynasties? Based on the Medinet Habu scarab, it might be from the New Kingdom era.
Wadjet is "the patron and protector of Lower Egypt and upon unification with Upper Egypt,
the joint protector and patron of all of Egypt with the goddess of Upper Egypt.
The image of Wadjet with the sun disk is caller the uraeus."(source Wikipedia)
There's a few good instances of the Was Scepter. Here's one that is unique in that it suggests it was being used for more than just royalty:
"Power and goodness [to] every house on the first day of the month festival."