But in my theory, when assigning the G1 and G2 pyramids to the mountain counterparts we note that there is an error of the alignment of the maped G2 to G3 distance of roughly 5.6 meters.
The question that arises is what is the reason for this discrepancy.
Below I look into the Lehner line based on the geography of Hellas.
I have drawn the virtual Giza bases on the geography of Hellas. Here, I use the Petrie data for the Menkaure pyramid base.
We note that the Lehner line aligns with the ancient city of Plataea and near the site of the Battle of Plataea.
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