The colors of the double crown were white and red.
The Double crown was White and Red.
Red and white
white, red and blue were the colours of the three crowns not of the double crown
Double Crown Resources.....symbol is DDCC.
The crown of upper Egypt was white, and the one for lower Egypt was red. Those were united in one piece.
Truthfully the Double Crown is made of the red crown of Egypt and the white crown of Egypt. The blue crown was usually worn during military campaigns or wars.
The significant of Narmer's double crown was to symbolize the kingdom's unity.
The double crown is the crown that ancient Egyptian Pharaohs wore after lower (Northern) and upper (Southern) Egypt were united under one ruler.
The white crown of Lower Egypt The Red crown of Upper Egypt The double Crown which was a composition of the two. Ramses II used the double crown of lower and Upper Egypt... It was red and white.
They wore the White crown, Red crown, Double crown, Blue crown, Atef crown and the Nemes Headdress.
The double crown represented the unification of the two regions of Egypt, upper and lower Egypt.
The double crown of the Pharaoh signified his reign (and the unification) of both Lower and Upper Egypt: the white crown of Upper Egypt and the red crown of Lower Egypt.
The significance is that his crown symbolized the kingdom's unity ( Upper and Lower Egypt), he wore a double crown: the helmet-like white crown represented Upper Egypt, and the open red crown represented Lower Egypt.
they wore the double crown to symbolize their rule over Upper and Lower Egypt.
A double crown
The Pharaohs double crown represented him being the king of a united nation. The upper and lower Egypt united.
The double diadem of the Royal Egyptian Crown signifies the Upper and Lower Kingdoms of Egypt.
I think the colors are,Green, Red, Gold, and a Blueish Purple.I might be wrong......
The ancient Egyptian double crown (shmty) consists of the white crown of upper Egypt (hedjet) inside the red crown of lower Egypt (deshret). It is thus a half visible white crown covered partly with a red crown with a proboscus-style attatchment out the front.