|Prince of Egypt|
Sarcophagus of Mindjedef
|Burial||mastaba G 7760, Giza|
|Father||Crown Prince Kawab|
|Mother||Queen Hetepheres II|
|Religion||Ancient Egyptian religion|
Mindjedef was a son of Crown Prince Kawab and Queen Hetepheres II. He was the grandson of Pharaoh Khufu and Meritites I and great-grandson of Sneferu. Mindjedef was born during the reign of his grandfather and he may have lived to see his cousin Menkaura on the throne. Mindjedef was a brother of Queen Meresankh III and uncle of Princes Rawer and Minkhaf II.
It is known that Mindjedef had a wife called Khufuankh ("Khufu lives"). Khufuankh bore one son to her husband.
Mindjedef was buried at Giza in mastaba G 7760. Mindjedef and Khufuankh are depicted with a small son in the chapel, but his name is not preserved. His sarcophagus is now at the Metropolitan Museum of Art (acc. no. 54.80a-b).