ankh: an object or design resembling a cross but having a loop instead of the top arm, used in ancient Egypt as a symbol of life.
amulet: an ornament or small piece of jewellery thought to give protection against evil, danger, or disease.
BCE: abbreviation for before the Common Era (used of dates before the Christian era, especially by non-Christians).
capital: in architecture, the top of a column, pier, anta, pilaster, or other columnar form, providing a structural support for the horizontal member or arch above.
canopic: a covered urn used in ancient Egyptian burials to hold the entrails and other visceral organs from an embalmed body.
celestory: In architecture, clerestory are any high windows above eye level.
Copt: a member of the Coptic Christian Church.
djed: It is a pillar-like symbol in hieroglyphics representing stability.
demotic: a simplified cursive form of the ancient hieratic script.
hieratic: the ancient Egyptian writing of abridged hieroglyphics used by priests.
hypostyle: of a building) having a roof supported by pillars, typically in several rows
scarab: a large dung beetle of the eastern Mediterranean area, regarded as sacred in ancient Egypt.
sarcophagus: a stone coffin, typically adorned with a sculpture or inscription and associated with the ancient civilizations of Egypt, Rome, and Greece.