> You may mock, Jon, and when you stop doing so do
> take a look at Anthony Sakovitch's hypothesis on
> water and the King's Chamber and its shafts.
> Robin (MJT)
No one is mocking anyone.
I'm questioning your assertion of "cold hard facts" which aren't "cold hard facts" at all.
They're part of your hypothesis and beliefs, which you are quite entitled to. Which until proven are no more valid or less valid than any others and therefore should not be presented as "cold hard facts" in any discussion.
I also think it possible that the walls might have been adorned with reed mats and pictures, anything is possible.
At this time we simply do not know, one way or the other.
I personally have seen photographic evidence presented by Romulus that for me supports the notion of water ingress through the KC air shaft openings.
If water ingress is the cause of the staining, the discussion at the moment seems to be about the source of any water ingress.
At present I prefer the external weather conditions or internal condensation build up.
I may be wrong.