|Queen of Egypt|
|Religion||Ancient Egyptian religion|
Hetepheres I ("Her Face Is Satisfied") was a Queen of Ancient Egypt. She lived during the 4th dynasty of Egypt, but she was born at the end of the 3rd dynasty.
Family[change | change source]
The father of Hetepheres was Pharaoh Huni, and her mother was Queen Djefatnebti. Hetepheres married her half-brother Sneferu. With him, she was a mother of Princess Hetepheres, who she named after herself. Sneferu and Hetepheres I also had a son, Khufu, who was Sneferu's successor.
One granddaughter of Hetepheres I was named Hetepheres II, and she was a daughter of Khufu.
Titles[change | change source]
- King's Mother
- Mother of the Dual King
- Attendant of Horus
- God's Daughter of His Body