|Jewel of Memphis|
|Use||One of the stolen Abydos Jewels|
|Found At||Castle of Uruk|
Museum Description Edit
So many people claim to be the rightful owner to this jewel that a Djadjat tribunal was held in Thebes, for which there was a record number of three hundred and twelve defendants. So confused was the Great Kenbet, who presided over the case, he eventually entrusted it to Abydos Museum, for which his cousin, the Mayor, is grateful. - Abydos Museum
Journal Description Edit
One of the stolen Abydos jewels. - Book of Sphinx
- The Jewel of Memphis is the second donated jewel to the Abydos Museum.
- Memphis, Egypt was the capital of the Ancient Egyptian Empire.