From article at link...
......."Finally, the Egyptian builders were not above taking credit for their labors; workers sometimes actually incised dates onto pyramid blocks, and one piece of graffiti in a chamber in the Great Pyramid bears the phrase, 'We did this with pride in the name of our great King Khnum-Khuf,' another name for the Pharaoh Khufu," he added.
"There is no controversy concerning who built the pyramids," Feder said. "Anyone caught trying to rewrite this history through theft or subterfuge isn't doing archaeology. They're breaking the law and insulting the memory of the thousands of ancient workers whose labors produced one of the wonders of the ancient world."
What a load of BS. I know why they did it.
There is not one single mark in the great pyramid, not one, except the cartouche of Kufu which was done crudely by hand like graffitti. Interstingly, the cartouche was found by a man named Wilkerson who as it turns out was from a wealthy family and he went to Egypt to find fame.
In fact, he family pulled the plug on his adventure and before he had to leave....BAZINGA! He finds a cartouche (of Kufu) that no one else saw before. And even more interesting was that the cartouche even contained an error which turned out to be the exact same error that was a misprint of Kufu's cartouche in a book about Egypt published about a year prior. Uncanny.
But there's nothing to see here....academia says it's setttled. Well that's good news, now I'll have more time to shovel the foot of global warming off my property. Good thing they settled that one too.