posted on May, 28 2009 @ 03:39 AM
Mark Lehner is a good example of accepted, mainstream theories of the Giza Plateau. His
book is okay, solid rather than exciting.
If you go down the link, other books are suggested based readers experience. Many ATS people will disagree, but probably the best place to start is
. It features all the established theories of Ancient Egypt and is pitched in an
intelligent way. All the theories and explanations are supported by evidence. Where there are questions the site says so. Zahi Hawass is major figure
on the site and some ATS members have strong opinions about that. My point is that it's best to study the accepted explanations and dates before
wandering into the fringe and utter nonsense areas of ancient Egypt...
Hall of Maat
is my favorite site to visit to establish the veracity of unusual claims and new discoveries. The
members are mostly very well informed and some are working archaeologists and anthropologists etc. One of our Mods is a member...
Astronomy in Ancient Egypt
Very good summary of Egyptology pdf
Catchpenny: Exploring Myths of AE
Off into the world of speculation and mystery......
has his own site where he often writes about Ancient Egypt. His associate
focuses more on AE.
I don't really have an interest in the 'mysterious' side of AE, but there are lots of sites out there. I only suggest that you read up the accepted
theories and facts first, so you can judge the accuracy of claims found elsewhere.