Djedefhor | appearance in ancient egyptian fiction

Appearance in ancient Egyptian fiction

He is one of the main characters in a story included in the Papyrus Westcar. In the text of that papyrus, Djedefhor is mentioned as one who brought the soothsayer and magician called Djedi to the court of Khufu. This Djedi was inspired by real Prince Djedi, who was a son of Prince Rahotep and nephew to Khufu.[7]

Other Languages
čeština: Hardžedef
Deutsch: Hordjedef
español: Dyedefhor
euskara: Dyedefhor
فارسی: جدف‌هور
français: Hordjédef
hrvatski: Džedefhor
italiano: Djedefhor
ქართული: ჯედეფჰორი
magyar: Dzsedefhór
occitan: Djedefher
polski: Dżedefhor
srpskohrvatski / српскохрватски: Džedefhor