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presented as in their physical prime, with bulging muscles so that they appear composed eternally in the statue even after their bodies have decayed.
The scale and position of figures in Ancient Egyptian art indicates relative importance. In the statue, Sahure is the largest figure because he is the king, and thus more important than the nome. Additionally, Sahure is also positioned slightly in front of the nome, also revealing his supremacy over the nome.