- Never-user-Rê (throne name)
- never-woser-Rê (other Lesart)
- set ib taui (hearing US name)
- Rathures (name after Manetho)
- Ini (name)
- set ib Nebti (Nebti name)
never-user-Rê was inSon of the Neferirkare. It was married with Reputnebu, and its daughter Cha merer nebti became wife of the Ptah schepses, high priest of the Ptah of Memphis.
Between the pyramid Neferirkares and Sahures are appropriate for the smaller and less well received pyramid complex of the never-user-Rê. The valley temple which is because of the edge of the fruit countryoriginally for Neferirkare, the predecessor never-user-Rês, was begun but never finished. Never-user-Rê took over therefore with the building of its plant the foundations for the valley temple and the Aufweg, which do not run straight to the pyramid, since it had to be rerouted to its grave plant.
It established a Sonnenheiligtum in Abu Gurob, 100 m x 75 m, with a alabaster altar a Obelisken bricked by 5,5 m x 6 m, slaughterhouses and, which one regarded in former times as a pyramid („pyramid of Righa “).
Never-user-Rê preferred “Papyrussäulen”, whose remainders one found at its dead temple.
See also: List of the pyramids
|SHORT DESCRIPTION||old-Egyptian king of the 5. Dynasty, around 2.445 - around 2.414 v. Chr.|
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