Khufukhaf I was a prince and priest of the royal administration during the 4th Dynasty of Ancient Egypt. Since Khufukhaf I was the son of King Khufu and Queen Henutsen, he was given the honorary title of vizier. Prince Khufukhaf’s tomb is located in the necropolis of Giza. The tomb was discovered by American archaeologist Geroge Andrew Reisner, who directed the excavations of the royal necropolis at the foot of the Great Pyramids. The tomb of Khufukhaf is a double mastaba. The north side of the tomb is dedicated to his wife Nefretkau while the south side is dedicated to Khufukhaf.