Khafre

(from the article `Giza, Pyramids of`) ...they have been almost entirely stripped of their outer casings of smooth white limestone; the Great Pyramid, for example, is now only 45125 feet ...
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Khafre

fourth king of the 4th dynasty (c. 2575–c. 2465 ) of Egypt and builder of the second of the three Pyramids of Giza.[4 related articles]
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Khafre

Khafre (khä'frä) or Chephren (kef'ren) , fl. 2565 B.C., king of ancient Egypt, of the IV dynasty, and builder of the second pyramid at Giza. His face is perhaps that represented on the Great Sphinx. An obscure king, Dedefre, may have come between Khufu and Khafre in the dynasty.
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Khafre

4th King of the 4th dynasty, was the son of built the second largest pyramid. Greek names Chefren /Chephren.
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