Herodotus refers to them as Cheops, Chephren, and Mykerinos.
The third, that of Chephrens successor, Mykerinos (Menkera), is of the most beautiful execution.
The stone ceiling of the Mykerinos chamber was at first thought to be vaulted, it having the form of a low pointed arch.
Lattice-work was found represented upon the stone sarcophagus of Mykerinos.
It merely affirms that the example given by Kheops, Khephren, and Mykerinos were by no means lost in later times.