- the double crown worn by ancient Egyptian kings, symbolic of dominion over Upper and Lower Egypt, which had previously been separate kingdoms.
Origin of pschent
Examples from the Web for pschent
Historical Examples of pschent
The nobles of the court having drawn near to place the pschent upon my head: 'Place the diadem upon his forehead!'
Combined with one another they form the complete regal head-dress ordinarily called the pschent.
From the sole of the feet to the apex of the pschent which the king bears on his head, they are about sixty-five feet in height.
What colossal statues, hewn out of one block of stone and towering to the sky, with the pschent crowns of their diadems!The Tour