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Preceded by:
Huni
Pharaoh of Egypt
4th Dynasty
Succeeded by:
Khufu
Sneferu
Hellenized: Soris
Alternative spelling: Seneferu/Snefru
Sneferu

Limestone statue of Sneferu at the Cairo Museum.

Reign
c. 2600 BC (24, 30 or 48 years)
Nomen
<
snfrrw
>
Seneferu
He has Perfected Me
Horus name
G5nb
U5
tO33
Nebmaat
Lord of Ma'at
Nebty name
G16nb
U5
t
Nebmaat
Lord of Ma'at
Golden Horus
G8
Biknub
Golden Falcon
Legacy
Father Huni (?)
Mother Meresankh I
Consort(s) Hetepheres I
Issue Khufu, Ankhhaf, Netjeraperef (?),
Ranefer, Kanefer (?), Iynefer (?),
Rahotep (?), Nefermaat (?),
Meritites I, Neferetkau,
Neferetnesu (?), Henutsen (?)
Burial Red Pyramid (?)
Monuments Meidum Pyramid, Bent Pyramid,
Red Pyramid

Sneferu (transliteration: snfr.w, meaning: "He has Perfected Me") was the founding Pharaoh of the Fourth Dynasty of Egypt during the Old Kingdom.

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Predecessor:
Huni
Pharaoh of Egypt
Fourth Dynasty
Successor:
Khufu
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