> Or here:
> 92259,1098065#msg-1098065]Merer Diary
> He is not mentioned as a pharaoh and the name
> Khufu is only found in conjunction with a place,
> i.e. Akhet-Khufu, Ro-She Khufu, ect. The
> significance of this, as I have argued before, is
> that without it it does not date the diary which
> as far as we know could have been the reign of
> Djedefre or even Khafre.
However there is a mention of Ankhhaf who is suppose to be Khufu's half brother.
[quote="Ankhhaf was a son of pharaoh Sneferu and an unknown wife. Ankhhaf's tomb in Giza (G 7510) depicts his sister-wife Princess Hetepheres. Hetepheres was the eldest daughter of Sneferu and Queen Hetepheres I and thus Ankhhaf's half-sister. Hetepheres had the titles "eldest king's daughter of his body", "the one whom he loves" (sat nswt n khtf smst mrt.f) and "Priestess of Sneferu" (hmt-nTr Snfrw). Ankhhaf and Hetepheres had a daughter, who was the mother of their grandson Ankhetef."]
His tomb: [url]http://gizamedia.rc.fas.harvard.edu/images/MFA-images/Giza/GizaImage/full/photoreg/A3547_NS.jpg[/url]
He is 'thought' to have been bumping around circa 2613 to 2494 BC - a large range.