> GR: I think solutions have been proposed but many here
> don't like the answers.
> SC: And here's why: [www.grahamhancock.com]
And I’ve already explained what’s wrong with your clunking approach to the palaeography (look it up) of the the Seti temple:
Again: in (good photographs of) the reliefs in Seti’s temple, every identifiable example of Aa1 (“kh”) is an unlined disc.
You’re now claiming that the disc here is solar?
Then why’s it painted a different colour to those in the same relief which clearly are solar?
Which difference in colour is also exemplified here (click the picture for source):
Did you forget this? Or did you merely never take it in in the first place?
If you’re going to cite Budge, try reading him:
The variant shown above is present: end of first line in the entry marked red. (See, you do understand colour coding.)
We’re not claiming that we know their writing system better than they did, Scott: we’re claiming that we know it better than you do, which is quite a different thing.