> You seem, in your total outdated ignorance, to
> suggest this is not evidenced?
> a. Please confirm I understand your request (as
> restated above) correctly?
> b. Please indicate what hieroglyph rendition, that
> YOU would accept as being meaning "sledge", and
> why any such is correct and acceptable. Better if
> you could elaborate into the progression into
> primitive hieratic glyphs.
> c. Can you guess the rest? Most even partially
> serious researchers of the subject will already
> No rocking horse motions for you, for at least 12
> months... maybe ever!
> You cum back you hear, you take your shoes off!!
> Surprising that looney tunes from Southern
> California or Chicago, put sh!T on Ozzie accents!
Whatever you're on about, why not just spill it?
What evidence do you have that sledges were employed at any great pyramid site?
Yes, I believe they did use sledges at Giza to pull stones from the quarry but I am not aware of any real evidence for same. I know they used heavy sledges to move heavy loads but this doesn't prove superstitious people pulled loads and even less that they pulled them up tombs.
I'd accept any "spelling" of "sledge" that hasn't changed in the last 12 years. Frankly there just isn't any writing concurrent with great pyramid construction so anything you have from that era will be very impressive.
I trust it won't be a reinterpretation of Tallet.
We all see what we expect so I assume you saw something that proved they used ramps. Remember some months back when people started crowing about the "ramp" at the quarry that proved they used ramps on the pyramid? Everything is evidence for what we believe and nothing even registers when it conflicts. So what did I miss?
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 11-Jul-19 04:23 by cladking.