> Hi Dennis,
> DUNE wrote:
> > Hi Lee,
> > Have you any pics of Sneferu's sarcophagus , i cant seem to
> > find any on line, which is odd as he built 3 pyramids.
> You don't find any because none were ever found.
> I picture one above found in mastaba 17 near Meidum, but that's
> as close as you'll get to finding one that may or may not be
> attributed to Sneferu.
What troubles me, is that we can say with 100% certainty that G1 and G2's stone box / sarcophagus is contemporaneous with the date of their pyramids construction ,and both of G1 and G2's stone boxes are devoid of any inscriptions , but then we see from your pic of Khufu-ankh's sarcophagus emblazoned with all sorts of inscriptions that we are told fit the style of the 4th Dynasty,and who is said to have been the guy organizing the construction of G1, one cant help but wonder why G1 and G2's were so blank.
And then you have to ask yourself, are G1 and G2 really 4th Dynasty pyramids,
I know this has been pointed out many times before, but it seems we are no nearer to resolving this mystery.
Sneferu's sarcophagus has never been found, ?? , or was it taken and inscribed by a later king ?? , can any inscribed stone sarcophagus date it to its correct time period, ?? too many unanswerable questions,
Here's an interesting article that shows we can still discover new things about those ancients
Medical Mystery of Usermontu: Why the Discovery of 2,600-Year-Old Knee Screw Left Experts Dumbfounded
I didn't see if they said what the metal of the implant was made of ?
Post Edited (22-Jul-15 11:43)
G1 x G2 x G3 / 12 / 5280 / 1.73206803 = 186,282,398