> Afraid youll just have to ask Lehner who he had in mind.
> Nothing like a selective quote to support a week argument. Your
> comment was about Egyptologists in the present tense but you
> still can't supply a single example.
> Why didn't you just admit you didn't have the names in the
> first place and end this nonsense?
> It's interesting to read a bit further where Lehner says "It is
> unlikely to have been a straight-on ramp, running directly from
> quarry entrance to near the top of the pyramid since it would
> have been impracticably steep to reach the higher courses".
> So you can't claim Lehner to be one of the "orthodox" types you
> are so keen to disparage and yet are unable to name.
Of course he wouldn't think it ran straight from the quarry to the pyramid top; it would be far too steep.
Just because most professionals now refuse to be pinned down in an argument doesn't mean they are willing to give up the idea that "well, we know they used some kind of ramps".
There were no ramps and no amount of backpedling and and semantics will change this simple fact.