1) What positive evidence can you provide Wadi
al-Jarf predates the 4th Dynasty?
2) What evidence would qualify under your as yet
unknown "higher standard of proof" that could
date Wadi al-Jarf or any other site for that matter?
> First of all, I never said el-Jarf definitely
> predates the 4th Dynasty. I said it was
> possible, not definite. It's another
> possibility since it's not been proven in
> fact to have been built in the 4th Dynasty.
So despite the fact you think it "possible" as usual you have zero evidence to offer to support this possibility. What has been "proven" is that so far nothing has been found to date it before the 4th Dynasty and everything that has been found points directly to it.
> Second, you are incorrectly applying my standard
> of proof.
Ironic how it is only "misapplied" when applied to you which without exception you are incapable of meeting your own "standards" and offer the same weasel cop out. Is it "possible" my road was made hundreds if not thousands of years ago? Just because there is zero evidence to support this claim if only the opposite the fact we cannot be "100% sure then this means it is "possible"? MAybe it was built by native Americans and just by coincidence it got paved over in modern times. Maybe that is why it got paved over-who knows???
> My standard of proof simply says that
> insufficient proof has been offered to
> authenticate the claim that el-Jarf was
> indisputably constructed in the 4th Dynasty --
And yet there is indisputably no evidence found that dates it prior to this time. If so, tell us what it is. This the question but of course you cannot because you never can.
100% nonsensical doubt mongering BS. Once again instead of providing even the slightest amount of positive proof to back up your claims you offer nothing but a conspiracy of doubt completely of your own making all the while ignoring all that has been said which completely contradicts it.
> Likewise for the boat pits. But why stop at
> "archaic Dynastic"?
Why would I keep going when there is nothing else to go to?
> The condition of the galleries
> at el-Jarf seem to date those galleries far older
> than anything dynastic.
Lol. This is complete and utter gobbledygook. There is nothing about this:
That makes it "seem" like it is "far older" than 4600yrs old let alone one day older. I really find it hard to believe you are being honest. Here look at this "ancient" mining tunnel:
My, I can tell just by looking at it it must be thousands if not tens of thousands of years old.
Sorry, but it was made in the early 1900's. But "how do we know"?!? Maybe it was repurposed from a lost civilization. Anything is "possible".
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 10-Sep-16 21:40 by Thanos5150.