Re: Colours and Egyptian art
In Response To: Re: Colours and Egyptian art ()

You wrote;

"The glyph for KEM is a burnt black piece of coal." Just how old is this glyph supposed to be? 4,000 years or more? Did Egypt have access to coal then? Or ever? Or did you mean charcoal or merely a dark rock or burnt wood?

And, it appears the only valid opinions you show us are those you alone consider valid?

And, again, your words;

"There are no opinions needed."! My exclamation mark.

I am sorry, but it seems you have the only "expert" opinions on these subjects? If so, then it seems we have very little to discuss, since you readily dismiss any theory that does not agree with you?

But, I have probably misread your real agenda and proposals, if so I apologize, but maybe you will correct me, if I am wrong?