Remains of King Weneg
Dynasty 2   (~ 2.500 BC)

Weneg's name is found on a group of incised stone vessels from the galleries underneath the step pyramid of Djoser in Sakkara. His name is written with a single flower (here marked in red) and his Horus-name within a serek has not been found so far (year 2008).
His royal insingnia are clear with the sedge/vulture and bee/cobra, the old royal national symbols of Upper and Lower Egypt.