The Prince Rahotep and the Princess Nofret
In the early Fourth Dynasty, Prince Rahotep, son of Sneferu, was embarking on his career in the government. This work would consume all his years, as he rose from post to post, finally reaching the highest offices of the land.
We know of Rahotep from his magnificent tomb at Meidum, which housed a pair of statues: Rahotep and his wife, Nofret, enthroned for eternity.
Rahotep and Nofret, via studyblue.com
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