Wadjet's name in hieroglyphs is written with the papyrus umbel character. Because the papyrus plant is the heraldic flower of Lower Egypt, Wadjet served as the tutelary deity of the Delta. As such she became a protectoress of the Pharaoh. The diminutive figure depicted below is likely the god Heh, one of the deities who supports the heavens. His hieroglyphic sign depicts him with the arms raised, as here, and came to mean "millions" and "many" and by extension the wish for the Pharaoh to reign for millions of years.