This number is interesting since it is one half the height of Khufu's pyramid in rc. But another interesting factor is that it is the base length of Userkaf's pyramid. Userkaf was the pharaoh that erected the next pyramid after Menkaure. But he did not build it at Giza, he built it right next to Djozer's pyramid in Saqqara , where it seems seeds were stored(beneath it). Another interesting factor is that Userkaf was in contact with Greeks - islands of the Aegean.
But sporos also means offspring, descendants. So what does the Dadmos myth tell us? It refers to the planting of the teeth of the slain Dragon. From it warriors who were the descendants - sporoi - of the Thebans/Kadmeians grew. They sere called SPATROI - singular SPARTOS. Then we have SPARTA.
Returning to the teeth in ancient Greek tooth OSTOYN. Move the letters around and one gets STOOYN => stone. These teeth are megalithic monuments - like the pyramids.