Scott Creighton wrote:
> Graham's most recent
Thanks for pointing that out. Glad he made that statement in a public forum, but unfortunate he didn't think about it the first time around.
> Something worth considering in your research is that between
> Eusabius and Africanus (based on Manetho) there could be as
> many as 123 missing mortal kings (not the gods or demi-gods)
> from the king lists.
> The artifact below (an Ostrich eggshell from the Nubian Museum)
> is also of interest as it appears to show the Giza pyramids at
> some time between 500 and 1900 years BEFORE they were
> supposedly built.
Very, very interesting Scott. Thank you. This is a very significant piece and is hard to argue against what you have pointed it out to be.
I've also seen other pre-dynastic pottery that I thought was curious though not as obvious as yours. Of course these are classified as depictions of "mountains", but they sure are very pyramid looking and I fail to see what mountain ranges in Egypt they would represent.
Here is an interesting 1st Dynasty representation of an ankh: [xoomer.virgilio.it]
I will make a note of the missing kings and put it on my list.