First off, my ancestry has nothing to do with if a pharoah mimic an actual human beard or pretended their beard was a snake. Any reasonable person would agree with the first option.
Secondly, why are no statues depicted with full beards? Why did ruling class egyptian society favor the beard projected only from the chin versus the full beard? I showed you a painting that clearly shows the only difference between peoples was skin and facial hair..but for some reason, you choose not to address hardcore picture that I provided in a link. I feel like I a going in circles with you and wasting my time because you seem to not be able to focus your answers on the questions I pose and you have yet to answer the question unless your answer was that the beard was inspired by a snake projecting only from the chin. If that is your answer, you are entitled to your opinion but my evidence from picture far outweighs any pictures you have brought forward to support you opinion.
Obviously, tradition is the reason the beard was depicted upon the child and woman because they were rulers but you failed to see that beard has an origin and my question is was origin insipred by a real man's beard..or according you..a snake? Beards are genetic, they are passed along the Y chromosome from father to son...NO european has a beard projected from his chin..why because the y chromosome is never influenced by a woman. YOu tell me that it was inspired by the form of snake to project only from the chin. My last question is, why was the full beard not displayed on the the statue? We already have concluded that tradition, and not the actual beard structure of the pharoah..is what led to the display of the beard on the statue--so quit bringing the fact that a kid and woman couldn't have beard. You answer is that the design projected from the chin and not a full beard was to mimic that of snake snake..and not a real human beard. Ok. I respect your opinion but I disagree. The one issue I have with your view, is that you pretend as if this beard type doesn't exist and that it couldn't have been inspired by a human's actual beard, but from a snake which I find funny but again, you are entitled to your opinion. I showed you my evidence for my statement, where is yours? You word means nothing without evidence.