> If you concur, then a portion of between 60%
> almost 80% of the structure is clearly identified
> as to the identified king in charge of builders!
> There is some doubt in my mind, still, as to
> whether the project was an ongoing development and
> not necessarily all completed in one kings
You still appear to be accepting the wholly unevidenced and illogical dogma that these were built by kings as tombs. It may be seem fine line but when you take away the assumptions what is left is that these were produced by a pyramid building society in order to retain their history. Take away the idea that these were tombs dragged up ramps for specific individuals in a moribund (individually and collectively) society and everything looks much different. Suddenly infrastructure arises where there was once only religion.
Even the most fundamental truths and facts are obscured when one makes assumptions and then uses the word "pyramid" to refer even to the tiny piles of rubble. We know the pyramid was named "Khufu's Horizon" but then we imagine it acquired this name when he "ordered it built" or when he was "interred in it". This is improbable! It's far more likely it became his pyramid in a ceremony that occurred long before completion. Even if this weren't what the Pyramid Texts literally say simple logic dictates it's impossible to start a generational project and consistently have it complete just in time for an individual's death.
The "tomb" concept is a logical absurdity. If it were a tomb there would be ample direct evidence it's a tomb. If it were a tomb built for a specific individual the landscape would be littered with half complete pyramids. Sneferu wouldn't have multiple tombs.
Across the board the assumptions are illogical, erroneous, and unevidenced. Modern beliefs float on quicksand and would sink were they not so airy. You can't found a science on appearances and best guesses. The best guess that ancient people were highly superstitious looks good on its surface but is illogical in light of the fact that we know they invented agriculture, cities, and pyramids.