Djet - Dynasty 1: Third King of the First Dynasty, also referred to as Uadji (Wadj and Zet), his tomb is located at Abydos (Tomb Z).
Djet - Dynasty 1
Djet - Dynasty 1

Pharaoh: Djet
Date: 3050 - 2890BC
Dynasty: 1

Notable Events:
Third King of the First Dynasty, also referred to as Uadji (Wadj and Zet), his tomb is located at Abydos (Tomb Z).  The funerary stele is inscribed with the royal serekh containing a snake hieroglyph, surmounted by the Horus falcon with the 'palace facade' design in the lower half (now housed at the Louvre, Paris).

Attestations:

  • Seal impression from mastaba V in Gizeh
  • Tomb Z in Abydos (his own tomb)
  • Inscriptions from tomb 3504 in Saqqara. The tomb might belong to the official Sekhemka, who served under king Djer

Attestations in the Petrie Museum:

  • Copper tools from Abydos, subsidiary tomb 387 of the enclosure of Djet

[Image: Serekh containing the name of Djet, on display at the Louvre. This file is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution ShareAlike 1.0]

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