> No paintings or inscription inside the Pyramids.
> You maybe looking for something that no longer
> exists. For some unknown reason, there is
> nothing inside those Giza Pyramids to help us.
There's "nothing" inside the pyramids but the titles of the builders litter the cemetery around the pyramid.
The following is my interpretation of the actual jobs with the actual titles.
Well diggers; those who bring forth the gods with long claws and sharp teeth (attested in PT only)
Upper Eye Operator; blessed dead (attested in PT only)
Funicular Operator; ferryman (weir operator)(attested widely in the literature)
Loader Operator; Overseer of the Boats of Neith (in workers cemetery)
Architect; Anubis priest very well attested
Quarry Workers; sculptors (in workers cemetery)(Overseer of Sculptors)
Djed Operator; blessed dead (well attested)
Overseers; sons of horus: (Overseer of the Side of the Pyramid) (in noble cemetery)
Head of All Loading; Weigher/ Reckoner (in nobles cemetery)
Sail Operator; Leader of Boat (in nobles cemetery)
Tool Maker; Overseer of Metal Shop (in nobles cemetery)
Platform Builders; Overseer of Carpenters (in nobles cemetery)
Head of water supply; Overseer of Canals (in nobles cemetery)
Finishers; Overseer of necklace stringers (in nobles cemetery)
Masons; In Great Saw Palace on east side (Overseer of Masons)
Writers of Book of Thot; (they) who make their gods in words that can not be erased (later eras)
natural processes which built the "instrument of ascension"; the crew of the boat of re (earthly ennead)
Shaduf Operators; w3g-priests (in literature) (probably in grand gallery)
Runners; runners (in literature)
Signalmen; signalmen (in literature)
There would have been surprisingly few laborers and other positions on the pyramid and many of these were performed by women and children. Most of the main jobs are accounted for. To my knowledge (which should be "complete" on this issue) there are no other known pyramid jobs. There are, of course, some known jobs that could have been associated with building pyramids but they don't fit this pattern. This is the best fit pattern so far as I know and Egyptology can identify only one single pyramid worker in all of Egypt. This worker was the "overseer of the Side of the Pyramid". Obviously one man did not build several great pyramids alone. Therefore Egyptologists are necessarily overlooking ALL of the actual pyramid workers. These are they!