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Some Egyptologists consider this to have been the result of deliberate design proportion.
Some Egyptologists suggest this Lower Chamber was intended to be the original burial chamber, but Pharaoh Khufu later changed his mind and wanted it to be higher up in the pyramid.
Some early Egyptologists have proposed that it was a stylised representation of the giraffe, due to the large flat-topped ' horns ' which correspond to a giraffe's ossicones.
Some Egyptologists have reconstructed these as Set poking out Horus's left eye, and Horus retaliating by castrating Set.
Some current historians tend to believe Herodotus ' account, primarily because he stated with disbelief that the Phoenicians " as they sailed on a westerly course round the southern end of Libya ( Africa ), they had the sun on their right-to northward of them " ( The Histories 4. 42 ) -- in Herodotus ' time it was not known that Africa extended south past the equator ; however, Egyptologists also point out that it would have been extremely unusual for an Egyptian Pharaoh to carry out such an expedition.
Some Egyptologists hold to this view though the majority believe Smenkhkare to have been a separate person.
Some Egyptologists have suggested that Maahes was of foreign origin ; indeed there is some evidence that he may have been identical with the lion-god Apedemak worshipped in Nubia and Egypt's Western Desert.
Some of the early Egyptologists and excavators of the Giza pyramid complex believed the Great Sphinx and other structures in the Sphinx enclosure predated the traditional date of construction ( the reign of Khafra or Khephren, 2520 – 2492 BC ).
Some Egyptologists have suggested that one of these scenes of mourning refers to Kiya, although no specific evidence supports this claim.
Some Egyptologists hold that Menes is the same person as Hor-Aha and that he inherited an already-unified Egypt from Narmer ; others hold that Narmer began the process of unification but either did not succeed or succeeded only partially, leaving it to Menes to complete.
Some Egyptologists prefer to shorten his reign by a full decade to only 3 years because his highest Year Date is only a Year 1 II Akhet day 8 stela.
Some Egyptologists place Senenmut's entry into royal service during the reign of Thutmose I, but it is far more likely that it occurred during either the reign of Thutmose II or while Hatshepsut was still regent and not pharaoh.
Some Egyptologists have theorized that Senenmut was Hatshepsut's lover.
Some are serious enough to be considered problematic ( for example ; 1. none of the astronomical observations have dates that mention the specific pharaoh in whose reign they were observed, forcing Egyptologists supply that information on the basis of a certain amount of informed speculation, 2. there is no information regarding the nature of the civil calendar throughout the course of Egyptian history, forcing Egyptologists to assume that it existed unchanged for thousands of years ), other criticisms are not considered as problematic ( for example ; there is no extant mention of the Sothic cycle in ancient Egyptian writing, which may simply be a result of it either being so obvious to Egyptians that it didn't merit mention or to relevant texts being destroyed over time or still awaiting discovery ).
Some might even argue that there are as many systems of transliteration as there are Egyptologists.
Some Egyptologists, such as Von Beckerath, in his book Chronology of the Egyptian Pharaohs, speculate that Hatshepsut may have celebrated her first Sed jubilee to mark the passing of 30 years from the death of her father, Thutmose I, from whom she derived all of her legitimacy to rule Egypt.
Some Egyptologists see him as a son of Userkaf and Khentkaus I.
Some Egyptologists have proposed raising the 41 year figure by a decade to 51 years to more closely match certain anonymous Year 48 and Year 49 dates in Upper Egypt.

Some and interpreted
Some have suggested that the title " Acts " be interpreted as " The Acts of the Holy Spirit " or even " The Acts of Jesus ," since 1: 1 gives the impression that these acts were set forth as an account of what Jesus continued to do and teach, Jesus himself being the principal actor.
Some of their works are considered precursors of archaeoastronomy ; antiquarians interpreted the astronomical orientation of the ruins that dotted the English countryside as William Stukeley did of Stonehenge in 1740, while John Aubrey in 1678 and Henry Chauncy in 1700 sought similar astronomical principles underlying the orientation of churches.
Some argue that the evidence for antipsychotics from discontinuation-relapse studies may be flawed, because they do not take into account that antipsychotics may sensitize the brain and provoke psychosis if discontinued, which may then be wrongly interpreted as a relapse of the original condition.
Some scholars have argued that the calm, orderly, monotheistic creation story in Genesis 1 can be interpreted as a reaction against the creation myths of other Near Eastern cultures.
Some have interpreted this last point as an early expression of ' popular sovereignty ' – that government is contractual and that kings can be chosen by the community rather than by God alone.
Some have interpreted apostasy to mean a number of different things, such as a group of Christians in one sect leaving for another more conservative sect, one of which the author disapproves.
Some B-class bracteates showing three godly figures have been interpreted as depicting Baldr's death, the best known of these is the Fakse bracteate.
Some of their lyrics, especially those derived from the blues, have been interpreted as misogynistic.
Some teach that the gift of tongues is equal to the gift of prophecy when tongues are interpreted.
Some privatization transactions can be interpreted as a form of a secured loan and are criticized as a " particularly noxious form of governmental debt ".
Some of the alien species in Heinlein's fiction can be interpreted in terms of an allegorical representation of human ethnic groups.
Some militias that had seized power after the Barre regime's ouster interpreted the UN troops ' presence as a threat to their hegemony.
Some critics have said that the emotional springboard of the First Violin Sonata and many other of Prokofiev's compositions of this time " may have more to do with anti-Stalinism than the war ", and most of his later works " resonated with darkly tragic ironies that can only be interpreted as critiques of Stalin's repressions.
" Some people argue that this can also be taken as meaning not to kill at all, animals nor humans, or at least " that one shall not kill unnecessarily ," in the same manner that onerous restrictions on slavery in the Bible have been interpreted by modern theologians as to suggest banning the practice.
Some historians have interpreted passages in his diaries as suggesting that King regularly had sexual relations with prostitutes.
Some museum experiences have very few or no artifacts and do not necessarily call themselves museums ; the Griffith Observatory in Los Angeles and the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia, being notable examples where there are few artifacts, but strong, memorable stories are told or information is interpreted.
Some Christian theologians, beginning with Paul of Tarsus writing in Galatians, have interpreted an allusion to crucifixion in Deuteronomy.
Some images are motivated by the biography of the person depicted, but some designs just draw their motif from the poet's name ( thus, Dietmar is shown riding a mule, since his name can be interpreted as meaning people's horse ), while others draw on imagery from their lyrics ( Walther von der Vogelweide is shown in a thoughtful pose which exactly matches the description of himself in one of his most famous songs ).
Some have interpreted Dei Verbum as teaching the infallibility position, while others note that the conciliar document often quotes previous documents such as Providentissimus Deus and Divino Afflante Spiritu that clearly teach inerrancy.
Some texts should probably be interpreted as warnings against spies ( Vigilate, nescitis enim ) or lying tongues ( Quis est homo ) or celebration of the memory of martyred priests ( O quam gloriosum ).
Some have interpreted the vision in a solar context ( e. g., as a solar halo phenomenon ), which may have been reshaped to fit with the Christian beliefs later expressed by Constantine.
Some critics have interpreted Allende's responses as an admission that signing the Statute was only a tactical move.
Some critics have found Derrida's treatment of this issue surprising, given that, for example, Derrida also spoke out against antisemitism and, in the 1960s, broke with the Heidegger disciple Jean Beaufret over a phrase of Beaufret's that Derrida ( and, after him, Maurice Blanchot ) interpreted as antisemitic.
Some judges and proponents of racially drawn congressional districts have interpreted Section 5 of the Act as requiring racial gerrymandering in order to ensure minority representation.
Some Christian writers later rejected the idea that humans could bring back the spirits of the dead and interpreted such shades as disguised demons instead, thus conflating necromancy with demon summoning.

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