> Might I dare remind you that "ramps" are
> unattested ,in the one and only definitive
> record of all ancient untranslatable speak !
Men dragging stones on ramps is unattested but this doesn't mean the "Overseer of the Side of the Pyramid" didn't oversee the "Overseer of the Boats of Neith" which was "Nephthys; The Lady of Builders" who went "to and fro" in the "two boats tied together". There's plenty that IS ATTESTED that we don't need what is NOT ATTESTED.
What is not in evidence is even the concept of superstitious men dragging stones on ramps. No such idseas were ever expressed. They didn't even have the vocabulary to frame such ideas which is why the word "ramp" is also unattested.
If you could tell an ancient that they dragged stones up ramps and the causeway was a holy walkway they'd probably die laughing.
> Just like tooth paste or cleaning teeth . THAT DID
> NOT HAPPEN either because it is not written in the
> sacred lexicon of Unas . However maybe it is...?
Evidence suggests they used natron and seltzer water for most personal hygiene. Later Egyptians used it for tooth paste as well but the PT does not specifically list "mouth" as one of the things they cleaned with it; just eyes and ears.
> If one of the multiple ancient Egyptian cold water
> geysers elevated water to 81'3" then there is no
> way of building with water counterweight above
> that height!
Sure there is.
But let's keep this on topic.
How did they have symbolism without the word "symbolic" or any other word of the type? Why couldn't they just want the sun coming up behind them on the way up to the pyramid? Why do we make this all so complicated when all the evidence suggests extreme simplicity?