I suppose a phylactery (tefillin) could be called an amulet, depending on your definition of amulet. But I prefer to use the more precise, and therefore more descriptive, term.
This is a photo of the object (link here, creative commons license). It is clearly a phylactery/tefillin.
Thanks to Joseph Lauer for the references.
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