* why should 'fantasy' not be discounted? By definition, fantasy is beyond the realm of plausibility and therefore need not be entertained in a discussion about the meaning of a temple relief;
* what is the "puzzle" to which you refer? Surely not the depiction of the creation myth in a crypt, with the mummiform Horus on the opposite wall? You see, when one puts reliefs into context of other reliefs on the walls of the same room, and then acknowledges that the room is a crypt, a place of repose for the corporeal body, there is no "puzzle" to be solved.
Also, what are your thoughts with respect to the complete absence of any physical, archaeological evidence from Egypt which might otherwise serve to corroborate fantastical notions of "light bulbs" illuminating the AE world?
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