Fabrication, made it up, who cares.
This 'example' is indicative of a 'poor standard'? From our point of view - with new information - yes, but not from _his_ point of view.
Again, so what?
Did Reisner make a study or give commentary of the Khufu cartouche?
Then why is it a relevant example? There are thousands of examples from history where people made errors, but at the time they didn't think they were errors. You might as well cite Ptolemy for Almagest or Kircher for hieroglyphs. None of them have any bearing on the Khufu cartouche. This whole Reisner sidebar is a gargantuan deflection.
I am still surprised - nevertheless grateful - Lee and others continue to attempt to educate you.
In the end you have nothing but a neverending tunnel being dug deeper and deeper with no particular direction in mind. It's all just offshoot mining into mud where you keep hoping you'll find gold.
It is a very common practice for individuals who subliminaly recognize they've lost an argument, and in order to keep the 'narrative' going the datapoints just keep jumping all over the map.
I implore you to stop this nonsense. Please.