I'm a machine milling expert. This guys right. They had large very accurate: 3 axis milling machines, saws, drills and lathes capable of machining the hardest stone faster and more accurately than we can do today.

And by my calcs if you levered up the end of one of those 65ft Baalbek granites it would break in the middle. And hardwood rollers would need 120 of them each compressed to a half inch contact strip to get enough compressive strength from your rollers to last one trip under the stone if you are lucky. So maybe 15000 hardwood rollers per stone delivered.
Still It was probably over 20000 years ago, and they might have used Ice roads and mammoths to tow them there. Or those helicopters etc in reliefs in Abydos.