Pharaoh Chefren

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Pharaon Chefren

Chefren, Khaf Ra, in the original Egyptian denomination, he was the
fourth pharaoh in the IV Dynasty, ascended to the throne as his brother Radjedef’s successor.
He too, conquered soon, with the decisiveness of his manners and actions, the reputation of a cruel tyrant, able to keep Egypt in an iron fist, and to pursue an expansionist politic toward the Sinai and Palestine regions.Beautiful representations of Chefren have reached us: the most
monumental and famous is undoubtly the one recognized in the

Sphinx’s impassive face and his pyramid.
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