- Khamerernebty II, Queen of Mycerinus
- see Mycerinus.Biographical Dictionary of Ancient Egypt by Rosalie and Antony E. David
Ancient Egypt. A Reference Guide. EdwART. 2011.
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Mycerinus — (Menkaure) King c.2528 2500 BC. Mycerinus (the Graecised but better known name of Menkaure) was the king who built the third pyramid at Giza. Much smaller than the monuments of his father, *Chephren, and his grandfather *Cheops, the pyramid… … Ancient Egypt
Menkaure — Menkaura, Mycerinus (Latin), Mykerinos (Greek), Mancheres (Manetho) Statue of Menkaure at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts … Wikipedia
Menkaura — Pharaoh Infobox | Alt= Menkaure, Mycerinus (Latin), Mykerinos (Greek), Mancheres (Manetho) Name= Menkaura | Caption=Statue of Menkaura at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts. NomenHiero= N5 Y5 D28 D28 D28 Nomen= PrenomenHiero= N5 Y5 D28 D28 D28… … Wikipedia
Menkaure — (reigned c. 2532–2503 BC) The Greek form of his name is Mycerinus. Ruler of Dynasty 4. Son and successor of Khafre and probably Queen Khamerernebty I. He built the third pyramid complex at Giza next to that of his father and his grandfather,… … Ancient Egypt