Hedjet: Difference between revisions

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*[[N-red crown (n hieroglyph)]]
*[[N-water ripple (n hieroglyph)]]
It is important to note that the Egyptian Hedjet symbolically represents a pestle and in doing so, denotes the wearer as "the crusher". By observing the Lower Crown as the "mortar" united with that of the Upper "pestle", readily conveys, to the observer, hidden symbolical associations, until now, privy by a few.