> Did you read what Robert wrote?
> What makes the graffiti significant is (a) its presence within
> architectural spaces closed from the time of building until
> 1837 and (b) (Robert’s point) its presence at locations which a
> forger with a paintbrush couldn’t reach.
Yes I read what Robert wrote.
I am not questioning that the graffiti was probably in place at the time of construction of the pyramid; I am disputing that the content of the graffiti in any way confirms the identity of the builder of the pyramid..., or even the existence of a pharoah called 'Khufu'.
I example how graffiti can refer to identities or phenomena in totally different time frames to its actual creation