> SC: I discussed this in a long, private
> conversation with Robert in August 2017, so after
> the youtube link you gave. For the avoidance of
> doubt, it's my view, and always has been, that
> there are some marks in these 'Vyse Chambers' that
> I believe are probably genuine and others that are
> probably not so. We just have to figure out which
> is which.
That probably highlights clearly that you are merely guessing. With a bias, to gain from embellishing Sitchin's original unfounded guesses.
The masons levelling and centre line marks are almost certainly original.
If any of the 17 full or partial cartouches or renderings of 3 varieties of the kings name are original then it reduces your contribution merely to a wilful defamation of a defenceless deceased man and his colleagues character, based on such guesses. Seemingly merely for personal gain and notoriety, and to permit some fragile credence your more bizarre hypothetical musings concerning the age and purpose of G1. This is all without even a basic inspection of the actual marks.
However post "Hoax" you also have attempted to also challenge the authenticity of the numerals on the Chevrons (roof slabs) of Campbell's Chamber.
Whilst it is possible Vyse and team could have been acquainted with hieroglyphic numerals in 1837, then I ask the reader to consider why a forgery team would go to the additional trouble of causing the confusion arising from the sequence numbering of the roof slabs. Particularly if some of those marks were genuine.
The big hoot, is this imaginary "secret cache" of ancient papyri that contained all this information. Essential for your hypothesis to explain the legible crew names and variety of kings names.
Given the considerable attention Merers Journal (Papyri Wadi al Jarf ) has drawn it is staggering that you think Vyse was in your imagination so stupid as to consider such a valuable document (s) worthy of destruction or rendered never to see the light of academic inspection . Especially since such document would necessarily be discussing a major 4th Dynasty construction project carried out for King Khufu.