The Abydos Jewels are quest items in Sphinx and the Cursed Mummy.

History Edit

There were a total of six jewels that belonged to the Abydos Museum. A grand unveiling was to take place, but it was thwarted when it was discovered that someone had stolen them. Later on, it was uncovered that the Mayor's Advisors had taken them to the Castle of Uruk, and Tutankhamen had to retrieve them and give them to Bas-Ket, who would in turn deliver them to Sphinx.

Jewels Edit

Jewel Museum Description Reward
Jewel of Shu This Jewel was kindly donated by Lady Nut, renowned for holding the most extravagent wedding ceremoney. The number of guests in attendance exceeded the population of the town in which it was held. Gold Ankh Piece
Jewel of Memphis So many people claim to be the rightful owner to this jewl that a Djadjat tribunal was held in Thebes, for which there was a record number of three hundred and twelve defendants. So confused was the Great Kenbet, who presided over the case, he eventually entrusted it to the Abydos Museum, for which his cousin, the Mayor, is grateful. Gold Ankh Piece
Jewel of Edfu Legend tells us this jewel was encased in a stone that fell from the skies, many years ago. While there is little to support this, the crater in which it was discovered does form the same shape as the jewel itself. Gold Ankh Piece
Jewel of Siptah Ownership of this jewel is said to enchant those who carry it with unfailing honesty. The legendary bandit Siptah donated this jewel to the meuseum, before turning himself in to the autorities, confessing to over two hundred criminal acts... Parasol
Jewel of Uraeus When quarrying began many centuries ago, this jewel was discovered deep within the bowels of the deserts. Convinced of greater wealth deeper down, the king who ordered the excavation caused the deaths of thousands of slaves. Only after these innocent lives were lost did he concede that no more treasure would emerge from the depths. Gold Ankh Piece
Jewel of Weni This enchanted, cobra-headed jewel was discovered on a battlefield protruding from the chest of a fallen king. Used to deliver the fatal blow in a war that left no survivors, nothing remains of the tribe who forged it. Gold Ankh Piece


  • Most of the jewels are protected by a fire-related trap. When the Mummy finds one of the Jewels, he is almost instantly transformed into the Fire Mummy.
    • The only Jewel not protected by fire is the Jewel of Shu.
  • It is unknown why Set had the Jewels stolen, as most of them are simply jewelery with no known special powers (aside from the Jewel of Siptah).
  • The Jewel of Siptah is merely an assumed fan name, as the Jewel Inspector never mentioned the name. Its name comes from the jewel's original owner, Siptah.

Quest Items
Abydos Jewels Jewel of Edfu | Jewel of Memphis | Jewel of Shu | Jewel of Siptah | Jewel of Uraeus | Jewel of Weni
Amulets Abydos Amulet | Heliopolis Amulet | Mysterious Amulet | Old Amulet | Temple Amulet
Sacred Crowns of Egypt Sacred Crown of Abydos | Sacred Crown of Heliopolis | Sacred Crown of Set | Sacred Crown of Uruk
Keys Courtyard Key | Earth Key | Exit Key | Glyph Key | Lunar Key | Sarcophagus Key | Solar Key | Stairs Key | Treasure Room Key | Wardrobe Key
Misc Abydos Pass Card | Abydosian Pearl | Atun Eye | Bas-Ket | Beetle Breeding Jar | Blue Diamond | Book of the Dead | Book of Sphinx | Canopic Vase | Coconut | Curse Stone | Dark Stone of Invisibility | Eagle Stone | Gold Ankh | Gold Ankh Piece | Healing Herb | Medal of Champions | Medicine Bag | Monster List | Nefertiti's Letter | Parasol | Rosetta Stone | Zip Line Handle