The mother of the Pharaoh, King Khufu, was Queen Hetepheres I. She was married to King Sneferu, and her title was Mother of the King.
King Khufu's name was ACTUALLY Khufu (in Ancient Egyptian). The Greeks called him Cheops.
Khufu is the birth name of the fourth dynasty. King Khufu became pharaoh after the death of his father. It is unknown how long he reigned.
Meritites I is the first wife of King Khufu.
His mother was Queen Hetepheres and his father was King Sneferu.
To my knowledge King Khufu of Egypt was not so much a god as just an Pharaoh. The pyramid of Giza was made in his name.
king khufu's father was king Snefru
If you meant Khufu the Pharaoh, then his father was King Sneferu and his mother Queen Hetepheres. :)
King khufu was 41 when he died
king Khufu married queen hetepheres
His mother is not known, but his father is believed to be Snefuru, the builder of the first great pyramid.
king khufu was nine years old when he became king
No, that was not his nickname but it was his other name! =D
King Khufu did not have a symbol, however he did have a special writing of his name in hieroglyphs Pharaoh did). I believe the spelling of his name in hieroglyphs is a flat teacup, a swirl that is angular, (no vowels ) , then a snake facing to the left with antennae vowels).
King Khufu died at the age of 44.
Nobody BUILT Khufu! Khufu was an Egyptian king.
King Khufu was buried in his pyramid at the Giza Pyramids.
King Khufu's education was you guys shouldn't use answers.com
Khufu is the now-accepted transcription of the name of the pharaoh (Egyptian King) who built the Great Pyramid at Giza. The Greeks called him Cheops.
King Khufu ruled for twenty-five years and became king at age 16.
King Khufu had 24 child fifteen daughters and nine sons. :)
King Khufu's pyramid was built in 2577BC- 2560 BC
the great pyramids at Giza was the pyramid bult for king khufu