In Ancient Egypt there were a number of different crowns that could be worn by the Kings, the Gods and the Royal Women. The most frequently depicted, and.
The Double Crown is also known as the Pschent crown. It was a combination of the Red Crown of Lower Egypt and the White Crown of Upper Egypt.
The White Crown of Upper Egypt is also known as the Hedjet crown. It looks a bit like a bishop's mitre and was probably made from cloth or felt.