Zahi Hawass is, finally, convinced that the Khufu statuette is most likely a replica of a life-size or over life-size statue. In his view the original was probably located in Memphis in Lower Egypt, which would explain why Khufu wears the red crown. This assumption also underpinned his dating to the 26th dynasty: at that time, homages to the Old Kingdom were very popular; old, long-forgotten deities were portrayed in reliefs and statues and miniatures of royal statues made and sold as talismans or votive offerings and old, long-forgotten titles of the Old Kingdom were reprised and awarded to officials
The Inventory Stela suggested as 26th Dyn homage to Khufu holds contradictory information which Sitchin
And others opine Khufu is not the builder of the Great Pyramid.
The Queen Hetepheres burial debate reveals Khufu and Snefru names in the burial Chamber and possessions
Robert Temple opines that Snefru and Khufu are burried below the Giza plateau. ..and not in pyramids.