I have just recently bought this from a antique shop nearby and would like to know what it translates too
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It read: 賽特 (transliteration of Seth)
Set (Set, also known as Seth, Setekh, etc.), also known as Xī Dé, was originally the god of power, the god of war, the god of storms, the god of the desert, and the god of the outer land in Egyptian mythology.
It is not an ancient Chinese seal, it is a 浮雕 (relief)
A seal would have mirrored image of the words
It seems like "赛" and "特"。 If it is an old seal, the direction should from right to left (so should be 特赛)。 "特赛" seems like not a Chinese word so it has no meaning. Moreover, since the word is in the seal, the separate meanings of these two common characters are meaningless here. It may be a name of someone or a company / organization.