> Precisely. Settled on after the fact in order to reconcile
> Vyse's cartouche with Manetho's scraps.
I am exercising extreme patience at this point.
This has NOTHING TO DO with Vyse.
Rosellini had established the essentials of the phonetic reading by 1832.
All Vyse provided was further examples in a cursive script of names whose hieroglyphic forms were already known.
> Been there, done that.
Have you really, Audrey? So why are you incapable of stating your results? Or of sticking to the point and NOT lapsing into your usual rambling ad hominem?
> If you had prior knowledge of anything pre-Vyse, you would
> be able to lay out the complete history of the evolution of the
> Khufu name from day one.
Why on earth would I do that? Who’s asked me to? Pure red herring. The truth is that you made claims about what was known pre-Vyse and you’re the one ducking and diving and weaselling now out of backing them up.
Given your attitude, I am not prepared to waste further time or effort on attempting to correct your bigoted ignorance on these topics. The truth, Audrey (and you’ve given me no reason to be polite about this) is that whatever you read is subject to the processes of your mind and the result is always mush.