> He does this again and again (and no, I am not
> going to waste my time searching for and citing
> the individual posts). He says things and then
> “forgets” he’s said them. I don’t buy it
> for a moment.
> He’s come out with this “60 years” BS in
> post after post. Those interested may find them
> via the following potted search:
Perhaps those interested can tell me whether Stower is accurate in accusing me of claiming in "post after post" that "no "Egyptologist" contradicted Reisner".
Alternatively, allow me to save the readers some time. I just went through the 22 posts that resulted from the search in Stower's link, and in none of them do I state that no Egyptologist ever contradicted Reisner. I only stated the discipline of Egyptology hasn't challenged Reisner's narrative. Rather, mainstream Egyptology still embraces the majority of Reisner's narrative to this day even though the entire narrative is a complete fabrication based on what he found in G7000x. The fact that luminaries such as Edwards, Lehner, and Romer all report Reisner's speculations as accepted fact to this day confirms that Egyptology has not yet challenged Reisner's narrative despite Lehner's and Münch's direct rebuttals. Apparently, while some Egyptologists question whether Hetepheres was buried in Dashur, there still seems to be widespread mainstream agreement that Hetepheres was indeed the wife of Sneferu and the mother of Khufu, and that G7000x represent a reburial - Münch being the only exception I am aware of since he has proposed that G7000x was merely a funerary deposit of personal artifacts and not a tomb for Hetepheres.
How can any of us ever know, when all we can do is think?
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 12-Jun-16 02:22 by Origyptian.