>I enjoy your posts and you often bring clear facts to support
>However, it appears that you are using all of your energy on
>this thread to refute "stale" claims made by GH & RB in books
>10 to 12 years ago. Both authors, through further self
>discovery, now concur that the Gizamids were built ~ 2,500 B.C.
>and that the size of some of the stones were overstated in the
Unfortunately, that "gross exaggeration" from "10 to 12 years ago" still lingers on irrespective of whether or not you and Mr. Creighton imagine the original proliferators have washed their hand and waltzed away from the mess they created. I hope you realize that those overstated claims are spread through the web and fringe archeology literature and that they have not magically disappeared along with a little-too-late self discovery on the part of GH & RB or anyone else. As for a 2,500 B.C construction date, does that also include the Sphinx, Sphinx temple, and Valley temple or are they from well before 2500 BC? Because that is what I was discussing.... not the Giza pyramids.
Archae Solenhofen (firstname.lastname@example.org)