”Osburn spent many months at Giza and wrote two comprehensive volumes about his work there, and, to me, had no hidden agenda. So, I don't doubt his word although he may have been mistaken on some technical matters of hieroglyphics.”
There may be some evidence for a ”hidden agenda” in Mr. Osburn’s observations and subsequent presentations. Osburn’s mission was to corroborate Egyptian dynastic history with his personal biblical beliefs.
”William Osburn, Jr. was an Egyptologist and the author [of] many books on the subject, including several that attempted to demonstrate the truth of [the] Bible by reference to Egyptian history and archaeology. Osburn favored an interpretation of Egyptian history that condensed the earliest dynasties in order to fit Egypt’s long history into the Bible’s much shorter chronology.” Jason Colavito, Pyramidiots, page 138, Footnote 3.
“Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?“ - Decimus Junius Juvenalis
“Numero, Pondere et Mensura“