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Known by many names, Khufu, whose full name was Khnum-Khufwy, means “Khnum Protects Me.” Khnum was the ancient Egyptian ram-headed god of procreation, water and fertility.
The Greeks gave Khufu the name “Cheops” and he is probably best known throughout history by this name.
The Abydos Boats were actual boats that could hold up to 30 rowers and were likely painted yellow.
His ship, made of tamarix (salt cedar), is credited with being the most famous of these boats.
Khufu (aka Cheops) ruled during the Old Kingdom and was the second pharaoh of the fourth dynasty of kings.
He succeeded his father, Pharaoh Snefru, and ruled from 2589 BC to 2566 BC, although this is a general estimation as far too little is known about this famous pharaoh.
It has been suspected that he was the victim of foul play, perhaps murdered by Djedefre, one of his brothers.
Khufu had nine sons and fifteen daughters, and every one of them was somehow placed in the royal court with impressive positions.