> Sorry I wasn't clear; I said I was looking for a
> firsthand eyewitness account, not 3rd person
Oh, really⸮ I’ve been waiting ever so long for an example of the writing of your posited “other” builders. I don’t insist on a “firsthand eyewitness account”. Any piece of writing would do.
Allow me to remind you that you have produced NONE WHATSOEVER.
Your remark is otherwise ignorant and naïve beyond belief or thoroughly disingenuous trolling (as you certainly should know by now that there is no autobiography from this period).
> Thanks, yes, I've read the entire inscription many
> times as seen in Breasted and have read several
> evaluations/critiques, one of which is from
> Michael Burger (2015) which I mentioned in a
> previous post.
Interesting that the one you choose to cite is the “Introduction for Students” of a collection of readings edited by the named medieval historian.
> I mentioned previously that I have yet to find any
> firsthand eyewitness report of the construction of
> any major pyramid in the 3rd millennium BC. I
> can't even find an eyewitness reporting that they
> actaully [sic] saw it at all. Weni never said he visited
> Saqqara and saw any pyramid there. Sure we have
> reason to assume this or that inscription is
> referring to people who saw one or more of them,
> but where are their personal testimonials? Over a
> million people (likely several million) saw those
> things being constructed over the 200 years it
> allegedly took to build those things, and yet not
> a single eyewitness report of it.
As compared with all that writing by your “other” builders⸮
> And I'm just making the point that such an
> omission from an otherwise enormous body of
> documented evidence and artifacts from that period
> strikes me as enormously enigmatic, to say the
And here yet again (pass the sick bag) we have Femano’s Big Lie, in which the fragments we have of the period are passed off as all of it, to be followed by yet another iteration of his “negation as failure” con.