Ti watching a hippopotamus hunt, relief in the mastaba of Ti, Saqqara, Egypt, Fifth Dynasty, ca. 2450-2350 BCE. Painted limestone, 4' high. (What is not being discussed anymore, is that these depictions were actually to scale. Ti was a Giant, and there were many like him all over the world. The World Governments confiscated the Skeletons, and destroyed all historical and scientific records proving this.)
The triumph of Shapur I (r. 241-272). This Sassanid rock relief depicts Shapur's victory over two Roman emperors, Valerian and Philip the Arab. This is presented at Naqsh-e Rustam, where Shapur is represented on horseback wearing royal armour and crown. Before him kneels Philip the Arab, in Roman dress, asking for grace. In his right hand the king grasps the uplifted arms of what may be Valerian; one of his hands is hidden in his sleeve as the sign of submission.