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And yet, nothing you've posted has yet to confirm your insistence that Tallet, or any other investigator, found any of those galleries "UNBREACHED
". What "mainstream evidence" have you cited that indicates that anyone ever found those galleries blocked up at any time throughout the ages? Did Herodotus claim it? How about Pliny the Elder or Vitruvious or Marcellinus? How about Wilkinson or Burton, or Tallet and Marouard? None of them? And if there truly is "mainstream evidence" that any of those galleries were indeed closed when first discovered, why hasn't any investigator actually stated that's what they found, since such a find would indeed be a very rare and valuable discovery?
Clearly, finding an unbreached gallery from that long ago would be VERY big news, and yet no investigator has come forth to acknowledge that they found any such thing. Rather, they repeatedly acknowledge that what they found were the "remains" of what they assume originally were closure blocks, but they actually have not shown that any of those blocks were actually used to seal those galleries, let alone show us any example of such a block actually intact in a closure position. Wilkinson describes the internal excavations of galleries without reporting that any of them were sealed when he arrived at the scene.
Not a single mention of an unbreached gallery that needed to be opened. Every investigator reporting those galleries only reported descriptions, illustrations, or photos of open galleries.
How can any of us ever know, when all we can do is think?
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 17-Sep-16 15:37 by Origyptian.