|Jewel of Weni|
|Use||One of the stolen Abydos Jewels|
|Found At||Castle of Uruk|
Museum Description Edit
This enchanted, cobra-headed jewel was discovered on a battlefield protruding from the chest of a fallen king. Used to deliver the fatal blow in a war that left no survivors, nothing remains of the tribe who forged it. - Abydos Museum
Journal Description Edit
One of the stolen Abydos jewels. - Book of Sphinx
- The Jewel of Weni is the sixth and final donated jewel to the Abydos Museum.
- Weni, or Weni the Elder, was a famed Egyptian tactician who served under the pharaoh's Teti and Pepi I Meryre. Oddly fitting, since the gem was found at the sight of a battle.
- The cobra on this jewel is probably Uraeus, a symbol of protection for the pharaoh, and patron of Lower Egypt.