Sneferukhaf was an Egyptian prince who lived during 4th dynasty. He was a son of Prince Nefermaat II and unknown woman, and thus a grandson of Princess Nefertkau I. He was named after his great-grandfather, Pharaoh Sneferu. He had two sons. He was buried in mastaba G 7070 at Giza.
|Title||Prince of Egypt|
|Parent(s)||Nefermaat II and unknown woman|
|Relatives||Nefertkau I (grandmother)|
His full list of titles were:
|iry-pˁt||hereditary prince/nobleman, 'keeper of the patricians'||1157|
|mniw nḫn||protector/guardian of Nekhen/Hierakonpolis||1597|
|mdw ḥp||herdsman of Apis||1699|
|rȝ p nb||mouth of every Pe-ite/Butite (see Buto)||1831|
|ḫtm(ty)-bity||sealer of the King of Lower Egypt||2775|
|zȝ nswt||king's son||2911|
|smr wˁty||sole companion||3268|
Translations and indexes from Dilwyn Jones.
- The Genealogies of the Dynasties
- Baud, Michel, Famille royale et pouvoir sous l'Ancien Empire Egyptien 1 & 2 IFAO, 1999, [http://gizamedia.rc.fas.harvard.edu/images/MFA-images/Giza/GizaImage/full/library/baud_famille_1.pdf - PDF from Digital Giza (2 parts), ISBN 2-7247-0248-4.
- Jones, Dilwyn, An Index Of Ancient Egyptian Titles Epithets And Phrases Of The Old Kingdom 1 & 2 BAR, 2000, ISBN 1-84171-069-5.