>1. 1000 ft to 200 ft is not in any way a "mountain" it is a JUST little hill
>2. Walls around pyramids were originally mud brick some still exist from 2nd dynasty and they do not hold could not hold >water let alone the weight and pressure you imagine.
>3. The Nile (or de Nile?)
1. OK, I concede the point...It is not a mountain. Mountains are usually associated with having a sheer cliff. In this case, you would only fall a little over two football lengths. Not even sure there are any cliffs, though generally any height in which you can fall to your death, would qualify. The description "mountains" was used, to imply it was not flat desert. When I hear the word hill, it is usually associated with rolling hill's. And, I do not think that is the case either.
2. Walls, other than those around G1, & G2 are not of concern. Those walls have nothing to do with Mud. I have not claimed how high the water would be. If those walls were used to harvest water, as many ancient societies did, then so be it. Additionally, for the Funicular Causeway concept to work, you only need a small amount of running water, below the floor level of the Temple. Lower than the entrance. Personally, I believe the Temple walls were included and part of the system. If you can prove that's not a possibility, then do so. You will not be able to do that. You will only be able to use the standard ... there is no evidence of that.. and that proves nothing!
Why the Mud walls? What's up with that diversion? Mud walls have absolutely no bearing on this topic.
The Topic is: Water for the Giza Complex.