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Chephren

(ˈkɛfrən)
n
(Biography) See Khafre

Khaf•re

(ˈkæf reɪ, ˈkɑf-)

n.
(Chephren) fl. late 26th century B.C., Egyptian king of the fourth dynasty (son of Cheops).
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The victim Askia Khafra worked relentlessly in horrific conditions in the hope of making enough cash to better his life
Daniel Beckwitt, 28, apologized to the parents of 21-year-old Askia Khafra, who was burned beyond recognition by the September 2017 fire that broke out above the tunnels they were digging in a suburb of Washington, D.C.
'' One of the two owners of the tomb is the priest of King Khafra, the whole world is watching this great discovery that dates back to the fifth dynasty'' Hawass announced during the press conference.
According to jurors, Beckwitt committed "depraved heart" second-degree murder in the death of Askia Khafra, 21, whom he had hired for excavation work.
The company was established in 2013 as part of Al Khafra Holding Group.
18, 2018, photo, police tape surrounds the house where Askia Khafra died in a fire while digging underground tunnels for a secretive campaign to build a nuclear bunker in Bethesda, Md.
The death of 21-year-old Askia Khafra inside a Bethesda, Maryland home last fall was tragic and bizarre.
The Ministry of Antiquities announced on Saturday the discovery of a new tomb near the Pyramid of Khafra on the Giza Plateau, belonging to a priestess named Hat Bet, who lived during the Fifth Dynasty.
The pyramids were constructed as a final resting place for three of Egypt's rulers, named Khufu, Khafra, and Menkaura.
As brother Khafra is saying, it's time to stand up.
Common scale Ezekiel's scale Measure Millimeters Inches Millimeters Inches Cubit 444.25 1749 518.29 20.405 Span 222.12 8.745 259.14 10.202 Handbreadth 74.04 2.91 74.04 2.91 Finger 18.51 0.72 18.51 0.72 TABLE 3 Great Pyramid at Gizeh, Khufu 20.620 [+ or -] -005 Second Khafra 20.64 [+ or -] -03 Granite temple 20.68 [+ or -] -02 Third Pyramid Menkaura 20.71 [+ or -] .02 Peribolus walls 20.69 [+ or -] -02 Great Pyramid of Dahshur (?) 20.58 [+ or -] -02 Pyramid at Sakkara Pepi 20.51 [+ or -] -02 Fourth to sixth dynasty, mean of all 20.63 [+ or -] -02 TABLE 4 Egyptian common cubit 18.24 inches Egyptian royal cubit 20.64 inches Great Assyrian cubit 25.26 inches Beladi cubit 21.88 inches Black cubit 20.28 inches TABLE 5: Middle East names and dimensions for the cubit and related measures.