Horus dressed as a Roman. When I first saw this I found it very odd. It looks wrong, but it must have gave a powerful message to the Egyptians back in the day.
A stela of the emperor Tiberius shown kneeling before foreign gods.
A Stela of the emperor Domitian making an offering before a sacred bull. I don't know if it is relevant, but Domitian isn't shown kneeling, like Tiberius was in the previous photo.
It's fascinating that Egypt was conquered by, amongst others, Alexander the Great and the Romans yet they both felt the need to placate the people by continuing their ancient traditons. Okay, the hellenized and romanised those traditions, but they kept the foundations there. Proof, I feel, of the value the world placed on Egypt. Rome, after all, considered her their bread basket.