I am still struggling to follow your line of reasoning here. You said you can detect Victorian elements to the characters, ergo it must be a fake and ergo the marks must have been painted vertically onto the block in the Victorian Age.
It has always been the view of mainstream that these marks would have been painted onto the block while the block was still at the quarry or being transported to Giza ergo the marks would likely have been painted horizontally i.e. before the block was rotated 90* in the chamber.
If I understand you correctly, you are actually agreeing with the mainstream view i.e. that the marks were painted onto the block horizontally--is that correct? But surely this would contradict your view that there are Victorian elements to the glyphs i.e. if of the Victorian Age, they would have been painted onto the in-situ block vertically?
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