> They continued cladding this way doing the upper steps first
> all the way to the bottom. The last stone on the pyramid was
> likely a cladding stone at 79' in the center of the north side.
Now I finally understand what you've said before about them being step pyramids. Thanks for the explanation
How do you figure pillagers got the casing down from the higher courses? Don't you see that as a major problem considering the weight?
And why take stones from the top, why not from the bottom and whittle the pyramid into an obelisk.