It's the language, Philip.
Again, more slowly this time:
The scribe uses a logogram of a pyramid on the Rhind papyrus.
The same glyph is used as a determiner in the phrase "Akhet Khufu" to refer to Khufu's pyramid, as cited already by Martin - many times, to your chagrin, as also previously stated.
The glyph is the same on both the inscription and later on the Rhind papyrus.
This is because (are you keeping up?) the glyph is a referent to a PY - RA - MID.
As for the language, either you'll have to trust me or learn to read it for yourself so you can see for yourself precisely what it says. This is not deflection: I simply have more important things to do than explain to you what you might learn for yourself.
Instead, from a position of ignorance (about the papyrus and what it 'says') you persist in what amounts to vacuous noise on your part.
It's not rude to encourage you to learn something for yourself before pontificating on a subject you are, in the purest etymological sense of the word, ignorant about. I'm sorry if that's how you choose to read my posts. No rudeness intended here, just a jocular tone and (let's face it), persistent suggestion that you actually invest time in a subject which, if by the sheer number of your posts on these forums about AE, clearly fascinates you.
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 16-Jan-18 19:14 by eyeofhorus33.