> Not for Mr. Hancock, unlike you he seems to understand the GP
> is 4th dynasty..... but of course that mean the ancient
> Egyptian now have the ability to construct all the temples at
> Giza..... better find some way to imagine those 100s of 200 ton
> blocks back again.
You are the only one imagining 100's of 200 ton blocks at this point Archae. Its quite boring having to repeat everything 500 times and argue semantics with someone on balance you are trying to agree with. You are quite "special" in that regard, but I guess that is part of your shtick.
Yes, I am unlike Hancock, and thankfully or you.
The simple fact of the matter, agreed on by all, is that there are "many" blocks comprising these 3 temples contemporary with the Sphinx that weigh between 50 and 100+ tons with the largest of them being at least 200 tons. Tooling around on the 360 site I can see many blocks in these temples that would fall into the 100 ton range. There are other blocks at Giza that according to Hawass may be as much as 400 tons. No one, including you, knows the exact measurements of the Valley Temple blocks or just about any of the other temple blocks for that matter. Hancock makes a big deal about cranes and "200 tons", but whether 50, 100, or 200 tons makes no difference as to its age. And also whether 50/100/200, does not diminish the complexity of the task and lest we forget the casing stones and King's Chamber blocks are a whole other can of worms regardless of size.
I will leave it at that (again).