They suppose it to relate to a daughter of Mycerinus, the son of Cheops.
Mycerinus' base is acknowledged to be half the base of Cephren.
See the engraving of the Mneuis, called by Herodotus the bull of Mycerinus.
We may take the sarcophagus of Mycerinus as an example of this.
Figure 21 represents the comparative levels and dimensions of Mycerinus, Cephren, and Cheops.
Similar tombs are to be found near the pyramid of Mycerinus.
Herodotus says, that he saw the bull of Mycerinus; and that it alluded to this history.
Chephren also, and Mycerinus built pyramids, and the Greeks have a story--which is not true--that another was built by Rhodopis.
For Mycerinus either never left or else returned to the religion of the Egyptians.
Nitocris, the sister of Mycerinus, succeeds him, and finishes the third great Pyramid.