Ramesses II smiting the Nubians. The stature of the representation of Ramesses II in the painting is one of a God, this is why he appears larger than those he is subduing or smiting. This was a common practice in the the Egyptian art work.
tanding figure of Wepwawetemhat, Asyut, 1st Intermediate Period, 10th or 11th Dynasty, painted wood, 112 × 23.1 cm, diam. 71.1 cm. MFA 04.1780. Excavation photograph, as discovered in 1903 by Chassinat and Palanque in an unplundered rock-cut tomb, Emily Esther Sears Fund, 1904. Courtesy of Une campagne du fouilles dans la nécropole d'Assiout, by É Chassiant et Ch. Palanque, 1911, Cairo