Djet

Djet, also known as Wadj, Zet, and Uadji (in Greek possibly the pharaoh known as Uenephes or possibly Atothis), was the fourth Egyptian pharaoh of the first dynasty. Djet's Horus name means “Horus Cobra” or “Serpent of Horus”.

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Matra Djet - Model Range - Matra Bonnet Djet / Matra Sports Djet / Matra Sports Jet
... Three types of Matra Bonnet/Matra Sports Djet/Jet were produced from 1965 'til 1967 ... Matra Bonnet Djet V / Matra Sports Djet 5 / Jet 5 1,108 cc Renault 8 Major engine, 70 bhp (52 kW), 170 km/h (106 mph) Matra Bonnet Djet V S / Matra Sports Djet ...
Djet - Legacy
... Djet owes his fame to the survival, in well-preserved form, of one of his artistically refined tomb steles ... It is carved in relief with Djet's Horus name, and shows that the distinct Egyptian style already had become fully developed at that time ... Another artistic landmark dated to Djet's reign is the ivory comb of Djet now housed in the Egyptian Museum ...
Matra Djet - The Djet
... The car started out as the René Bonnet Djet (later known as Djet I) in June 1962 ... The car was named Djet, because Bonnet thought the French could not pronounce the word jet correctly ... giving a top speed of 165 km/h (103 mph) or, in the Djet III with an uprated Gordini engine, 190 km/h (118 mph) ...
Matra Djet - Model Range - René Bonnet Djet
... There were four types of René Bonnet Djet René Bonnet Djet I 1,108 cc Renault 8 Major engine (65 PS), 165 km/h (103 mph) ... René Bonnet Djet II 1,108 cc Renault 8 Gordini engine (80 PS), 190 km/h (118 mph) ... René Bonnet Djet III / Djet IV 996 cc engine with double overhead camshaft (80 or 100 PS) ...
Matra Djet
... The Matra Djet was a French sports car designed by René Bonnet and modified by Matra ... had various names in its life from 1962 till 1967 René Bonnet Djet, Matra Bonnet Djet, Matra Sports Djet and finally Matra Sports Jet ...