> Were the causeways of Ancient Egypt really
> practical constructions for utilitarian use?
> Are the angles of the causeways of the Giza
> Pyramids coincidental?
The ancient people from all over the world were keen observers of the sky. Night and day, including Egypt.
So mid solstice/ equinox alignment is not surprising (to me) and not coincidental. Albeit I see the finer points of the supposed exact angle of causeways has been offered but minor technicality and moot.
I am not sure why you seem to think the "temples" are not contemporary with the overall complex but it makes sense that if a Nile high water harbour was close to the Sphinx then it would be likely that the most practical route for delivery of Aswan granite would be via the causeway route?
Given your amusing sense of play (you did try to stir things up a little even in your OP) I would propose we ought consider then enormous difficulty of constructing such causeway.
I am asked to believe that a AE worker, in the days gone by, would approach digging on the Giza plateau with great fear because you never know whether the next adze stroke could produce an enormous fountain of crystal clear carbonated water and release massive poisonous doses of ground hugging, strangling 'like a python' Co2!
They were supposedly sprouting all over Egypt in the distant past.
What is worse is since they had copper mines, and likely therefore had copper soled work boots(?) then traction would have been very difficult on the deliberately designed 4.6 degree slope. The salvation of all this was it meant, in all their slipperiness, was they were transformed into human funiculars capable of hauling hundreds of tons without effort. It is true some bloke in Bangladesh is going to, err well..trying to, confirm it!
Btw..... that picture sucks.... I am calling it a fake!