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Djedi was an Egyptian prince who lived during the 4th dynasty of Egypt. He was a son of Prince Rahotep and Nofret and had two brothers and three sisters.[1] He is depicted in the tomb chapels of his parents and has the title of "King's Acquaintance".[2]

In an ancient Egyptian tale, "Khufu and the Magicians", mention a magician called Djedi or Dedi, and it is possible that this person called Dedi was inspired by the real prince Djedi, Khufu's nephew.[3]

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  1. W. M. Flinders Petrie: Medum, London 1892, plate XV (online: [1])
  2. Dodson, Aidan. The Complete Royal Families Of Ancient Egypt With Over 300 Illustrations 90 In Color. pp. 53–61.
  3. "Tales of Magic in Ancient Egypt". Archived from the original on 2010-06-12. Retrieved 2023-12-03.