Yes--I noticed that too.
The drawing was created by Monnier. Not sure what he was thinking there. There are a number of other things in his paper that are wrong. But that's neither here nor there.
I also wonder about that alleged 12th block he claims exists beyond the east wall. What he claims to be the edge of another block is but a thin slither that is observable. But what exactly does Perring's dotted line mean? Is it really the edge of a 12th block tucked away there or perhaps something else Perring is indicating?
Petrie tells us this:
Petrie, 'The Pyramids and Temples Of Giza', p.91
Monnier claims this 12th block rests upon the eastern wall. Well, if Petrie is right then Monnier is wrong. They both can't be right. The photographic evidence of Dr Colette Dowall and Dr Robert Schoch suggest Petrie is right. Which means Perring's dotted line probably does not indicate a 12th block at all but probably something else altogether - perhaps merely a plaster infill or something.
I repeat here--we need modern technology in those chambers to help answer these questions.
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 17-Jun-18 21:37 by Scott Creighton.