Word of the day: Pschent 

Say it:p-skent

Part of speech: Noun

Definition: The headdress of the later Egyptian pharaohs formed of the two crowns worn by the respective pharaohs of Upper Egypt and Lower Egypt before the union of the country under one rule.

Etymology: Greek

Synonyms: Crown

Use in a sentence:What colossal statues, hewn out of one block of stone and towering to the sky, with the pschent crowns of their diadems.

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