No one alive have seen Him.
He was not even mentioned to have lived in the Asia.
His Message was just passed on in centuries.
The question is, Who is that represented?
Was that a cow? A Bull? A Dog faced Egyptian?
Or Was That Representation of The the Holy One?
When He suffered for mankind?and when once God sent His Only Son?
Time will come when all the books and papers are burned down but all that is left is His Statue.
Then Mankind has hope in remembering HIm even by representation of Him for people to have a question to ask in the Future?
WHO IS HE?or WHO WAS HE?
What you are seeing now is hope, that His Power, HIs miracles, His teachings, His name will be remembered in more centuries to come, and that will no longer be in non existing disintegrated books and the people in the future are just left with His Likeness to be remember once we all are gone.
The weapon of the Future is far beyond our imagination.
The weapon that can wipe out all books and papers of centuries of what humans passed on.
But the real message is yet to remain.
The RELIC OF CHRISTIAN FAITH.
Beyond our time , humans will discover remains of what are solid representations for people to remember HIS MIGHTY NAME,and when humans beyond our lifetime will discover HIS RELIC,the humans in the future will see that once this world believed in HIM.
He finds way for Humans beyond our lifetime to remember Him even if He will just remain a relic to a no paper future after humans are mostly wiped out by the weapons created also by humans.
If I am a sculpture, I will carve more of HIM in Marble and solid Stone than any animals or humans because It is not too hard to see our future ,when we can already see now the weapons humans created to destroy most of our nations.
LET HIM BE REMEMBERED BEYOND CENTURIES
Even in a form most people despise.
IF THE REPRESENTATION OF HIM MEANS SURVIVAL OF FAITH , THEN LET HIM REMAIN FOR OTHER PEOPLE TO SEE ONCE HUMANS BELIEVED IN HIM.
The oldest known portrait of Jesus, found in Syria and dated to about 235, shows him as a beardless young man of authoritative and dignified bearing. He is depicted dressed in the style of a young philosopher, with close-cropped hair and wearing a tunic and pallium—signs of good breeding in Greco-Roman society.