‘The “Millo” was probably the most astonishing and unique walled fortress ever built by ancient Egypt.’ p. 188. It was supposed to have been what made ancient Jerusalem so outstanding.
It was large, zig-zagging, and constructed by having an outer and inner wall, with the space between them filled in for added support. It is mentioned as one of the Wonders of the Ancient World.
No such wall has ever been found in the mid-east, let alone Jerusalem. Yet there it is in Cuzco.
These same 3 zigzagging walls around Cuzco appear on an early map of the city, calling it “Jerusalem”!