> But go ahead and
> conveniently ignore all those other
> contradictions and omissions.
> Then perhaps you can explain how he can depart
> from Tura and head to Akhet-Khufu on one day, and
> then on the very next day, depart from Tura on his
> way to Akhet-Khufu again.
Because he just didn't write it down.
Know what else is not recorded? What side he parted his hair on. Also, when did he eat, drink? My dear lord, he must have never eaten nor drank because it's not in there. Nothing about the peoples' specific duties loading stone. What ought we conclude? AHHA! Merer worked alone and levitated it on board. What about his age? Was he 12, 85, what? Ooo, the seriuos implications of it all. Was rhe craft he used a canoe or a 150ft freighter? This could seriously challenge the stone carry capacity: a bag of pebbles or 100 ton raw chunk to be cut up at the worksite?
I could do this 'ommission' thing all week. No need though, as this sort of track invented by you is utterly ridiculous, as anyone can plainly see.
A 'Doctor' I wouldn't dare accept a diagnosis from; an art expert I wouldn't dare have calculate the re-entry of a kite; a barking 'hieroglyph' expert kept far away from teaching children 'the dog ran down the road'; a 'translator' who translates translations of translations who should be wearing a Dr Hector mask on an Egyptian tour; a Scottish priest who should disband his flock before a suicide pact delivers them to eternal grace in the Akhet.
Did I omit anything?
Probably ... but maybe a timely algorithmic chart can figue it out. May Ra bless us with such divinity.