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Which king lists are you specifically talking about? There is a difference between those inscribed at the Wadi and those in Manetho. If you mean the former, these are not considered 'myth and legend' by Egyptology. Do you have a citation for the specific persons who have said this, or are you just making it up? If you mean the latter, his list is most definitely part 'myth and legend'.
The Turin Papyrus & The Sumerian King List both have thousands & thousands of years consigned to the mythology realm by archaeologists. Yet the Turin is probably considered the most valuable to Egyptology for it's OK kings. I wasn't aware of a Wadi that had a king's list or that Egyptology used any Wadi list for chronology.
Unless you're referring to the Wadi with the Khufu cartouche that Egyptologists use to substantiate the one in Campbell's Chamber. But that Wadi is actually the source of the original conception of this particular cartouche being that of the builder of G1.